Columbus Metropolitan Library Branch Renovation Features Multi-Material Sustainable Facade

Columbus Metropolitan Library, Karl Road Branch, Moody Nolan, Pure Freeform, Lumiflon USA, Photography Cory Klein
The Columbus Metropolitan Library’s new Karl Road Branch location is a two-level 40,000 square-foot public-use center. The library’s massive renovation is part of a two-phase project to renovate or rebuild all CML locations. Part of Phase II, the Karl Road Branch location was built in 1988 and remained one of the most heavily used library locations.

PPG Assists Architects In Revamping Iconic Building With Custom Coatings Technology

Bulletin Building, Schuylkill Yards, George Howe, KieranTimberlake, PPG, Coraflon, Photography, Matt Krissel
The Bulletin Building in the University City neighborhood of Philadelphia was initially built in 1954 by legendary American architect George Howe. The former headquarters of the Evening Bulletin newspaper, the building became iconic, undergoing a series of renovations since the newspaper collapse in 1982. The most recent renovation was completed by KieranTimberlake and the Practice for Architecture and Urbanism.

First Office Building Offers Taste of Modernity To Danish Business Park

C F Moeller, Advice House, Denmark, Office Building, Photography Julian Weyer
The psychology of color tells us that orange, a mixture of reds and yellows, showcases creativity. In an article in Arch Daily, the color is described as euphoric and enthusiastic, seen in imaginative projects worldwide. ALUCOBOND® PLUS Spectra Collection's orange panel, Spectra Cupral, has a color-shifting ability. The color-changing panels display an array of orange hues based on focal, natural, and artificial lighting factors.