Glass lights up Connecticut middle school
“It’s a very transparent, democratic and liberal space highly integrated with the environment.” — Eran Chen, design principal, Perkins Eastman
The basics: Glass was used extensively throughout the 200,000-square-foot Roger Ludlowe Middle School in Fairfield, Conn., to enhance natural lighting and connect the complex to the outside world. $38 million, completed September 2003.
See the December issue of Glass Magazine for more information about Roger Ludlowe Middle School