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The Collegiate School

Product
concrete skin
Area
1.695 m²
Color
liquid black
Texture
standard
Surface
ferro light
Mounting
Undercut anchor
Architect
Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates PC
Year
2018
Location
New York

Facade elements made of glassfibre reinforced concrete

The Collegiate School was founded in 1628 and is the oldest school of its kind in the US. The new 180,000-square metre building accommodates state-of-the-art classrooms, laboratories, a gym, a practice studio, an auditorium, a theatre and a café. For the facade, the architects at Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates used concrete skin slabs in liquid black. Photos: Ditz Fejer