Lincoln Center - Juilliard School and Alice Tully Hall
One of the primary goals of the Lincoln Center 65th Street Development was to unite West 65th Street with the surrounding cityscape and enhance visual connections between the campus and the public by strategically replacing the existing opaque façades with a series of new, transparent glass skins and accessible entrances.
The project adds a cantilevered extension to the upper floors of the Juilliard School where it faces Broadway, creating a soaring entrance lobby below it and a new projecting, luminous glass façade. The entrance lobby is enclosed in a highly transparent, monolithic glass skin, designed to reveal the volume of the Alice Tully Theater within. The elevated façade along Broadway is composed of translucent insulating glass units supported on a system of large-span structural glass mullions.
Historically sensitive renovation of an academic and performance complex, which included the extensive use of large-span, high-transparency, and geometrically complex custom glazing systems.
- Insulated Glazing Units
- Acid-etched Glass
- Low-iron Glass
- Acoustic Wall
- Ceramic Frit
- One-way Cable Wall
- Cantilevered Glass Mullions
- Large-span Glass Mullions
- Double Wall Window System
New York, NY
Diller Scofidio + Renfro, FXFowle Architects
Lincoln Center Development Project
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