Renovating and expanding an art museum designed by a well-known Italian architect comes with its share of design challenges. For the Denver Art Museum, an institution of visual art, it was a necessary revitalization effort to better serve the increase in foot traffic, which has now grown to more than 800,000 visitors annually.
Equipping designers with column solutions that simultaneously meet design standards and building requirements enhance project outcomes. Metal column covers offer an innovative answer to both these standards, ranging from straightforward column covers intended for high-traffic environments, such as airports, to intricate design features in an architecturally significant space.
Architecture firm Svigals + Partners’ transformed an old-fashioned classroom at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut, into an esports hub, incorporating a faux ceiling and lighting elements to lend a cozy and connected vibe in a technically sophisticated environment.
The purpose of lighting—both natural and artificial—in the built space has always been to elevate the architectural environment, providing a level of functionality and visual comfort to space occupants.
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