Project's mixed materials downplay massing

December 01, 2009 |

Philadelphia-based KlingStubbins provided design services for the 120,000-sf Carnegie Center, which is part of the 103-acre mixed-use Carnegie Center West development in West Windsor Township, N.J. The four-story building features horizontal brick bands, ribbons of glass, aluminum accents, and metal end panels and curtain wall at all four corners to break up the building's massing. Princeton University has leased the property, which is seeking LEED Silver certification.

 

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