Project: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, USA
Materials Used: Fiber-reinforced-polymer panels, curtain-wall aluminium frames, silicate crystals from Monterey Bay
Year of Completion: May 14, 2016
The ripple-faced panels on the facade simulate the water in nearby San Francisco Bay. Silicate crystals from Monterey Bay embedded in the surfaces of the panels catch the changing light and cause the façade to shift in appearance throughout the day.
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The issue was published in the November 2016 issue of the SURFACES REPORTER.
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