integrated lighting solutions that enhance the architectural statement
The University of Baltimore Library is transformed to meet contemporary needs of the students and environmental demands. This glass addition provides natural daylight and adds energy to the interior circulation with light elements inserted into the faceted stairwell. The structure has a new presence on Maryland Avenue and Oliver Street near Penn Station.
Design Architect: Behnisch Architekten
Image Credit: David Matthiessen
Over 850,000 SF of office space is surrounded by a public plaza, with bridges connecting Fannie Mae’s divisions between the two curtain wall towers. The bridges serve not only as a physical connection between buildings, but also as a strong theme for the interior. The “neighborhoods” within the buildings provide a tangible representation of Fannie Mae’s mission – the linking of people with homes.