by Angelly Carrión | November 18, 2013 11:50 am
The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts is getting a generous beautification, courtesy of leading investment-processing group SEI. The global financial services company is funding the center’s redesigning of their previously overlooked Innovation Studio.
Before these changes, the 200-seat Innovation Studio “had only a modest presence,” according to James Timberlake, half of architect firm KieranTimberlake (which recently broke ground for its design-winning New London Embassy). The new entrance on Spruce Street features a 22-foot tall glass panel onto which is projected changing graphics.
Apart from the new architectural Spruce Street entrance, the Kimmel Center’s Commonwealth Plaza will feature a column of light that will extend to the building’s lower level, demarcating the Studio from street level.
Other projects include:
The latter installation actually features a live webcam so you can watch the cars’ movement as it happens. It might not be as adorable as a puppy cam, but it’s certainly more sophisticated.
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