Brooklyn Academy of Music
Brooklyn, New York
Brooklyn Academy of Music is the oldest continuously operated music hall in the country. Designed by Herts & Tallant and built c.1908, BAM is the premier performing arts center in Brooklyn. The top-most 15 feet of this building, including the cornice and parapet wall, was recreated in a polychromed glass fiber reinforced concrete (gfrc).
The project has been awarded the Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award by the New York Landmarks Conservancy and the Excellence in Historic Preservation by the Preservation League of New York State.
Materials: Brick, Terra Cotta
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