Columbia College Chicago / 哥伦比亚大学




The historic building at 600 S. Michigan Avenue in Chicago has undergone significant urban renewal and restoration in the past century. In 2006, Columbia College purchased the building and did extensive renovations to the interior. Then, in 2010, the exterior façade needed to be redone, primarily for safety reasons. Columbia saw this as an opportunity to replace the façade with contemporary energy efficient glass consistent with the College’s commitment to environmental sustainability. This was done using digital ceramic in-glass printing, with ceramic frit covering almost 46% of the building’s glazed area. As a result solar gain was significantly reduced, as was bird collision. For a nice aesthetic twist, ghost-like images of the building’s original façade were integrated, giving a nod to the building’s extensive history.



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