03 Oct 2016
Aperture 538: Brooklyn
Aperture 538 is a hip 10-unit residence in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. A copper screen lines the building and creates and abstracted image of the Brooklyn Bridge.
NYC Public School 39: Brooklyn
NYC Public School 39, founded in 1877 in Park Slope, Brooklyn, is one of the nation’s oldest schools in continuous use. It features a stunning and sophisticated copper cornice.
6 Harrison Street: Tribeca
A 22-foot copper spire is the central focus of the NY Mercantile Exchange Building Condominium in Tribeca.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral: Midtown
The historic St. Patrick’s Cathedral is adorned with multiple copper systems and copper alloy architectural structures, including seven massive, cast bronze double-leaf doors and fixed 40-foot transoms that are present at all elevations.
Theodore Roosevelt High School: The Bronx
The cupola of the Theodore Roosevelt High School building in the Bronx, New York features a gorgeous copper cladding system.
H.S. 615 Chelsea Vocational High School: Chelsea
Chelsea High School is a Beaux-Arts style public school building, completed in 1905 as P.S. 38. This copper-adorned building is a NYC landmark.
The Plaza Hotel: Midtown