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11 W Quincy Court

Collection: Weaves + Textures
Pattern: Sateen
Techniques: Texture | Vitracolor

Using Sateen as a texture, the architect specified lines to run in multiple directions—horizontal, vertical, diagonal—in reference to American Minimalist artist Sol LeWitt's wall relief "Four Lines in Different Directions," which is installed on the side of the building. This project features custom Vitracolor back-paint to both brighten the new focal entryway and create continuity with the building's exterior.

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GSA, Richard Bolling Federal Building

Techniques: Eco-etch | Digital Printing + Vitracolor

Artist Anne Lindberg was commissioned to bring color and movement to the central public space of the RBFB. Skyline Design brought Lindberg's "Curtain Wall" to life with three different techniques: Eco-etch, Digital Printing, and Vitracolor. The etched vertical lines on the front of the glass add subtle tones and dimension to the colorful stripes on side two of the glass.

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Lehigh University

Technique: Eco-etch

Skyline Design collaborated with Bohlin Cywinski Jackson Architects to recreate two artworks by Larry Kirkland on glass. The scale of the original artwork was greatly increased to span the monumental panels in this installation. Kirkland's images were etched onto the glass façade to provide ample daylight inside the building while representing the mission of Lehigh University’s STEPS (Science Technology Environment Policy Society) Center. Using Eco-etch saved time and reduced costs.

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