Richard Turlington Architects Project - COOP High School

Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects retained the technical consulting services of Richard Turlington Architects to develop all the building envelope details and prepare the associated working drawings.

This was a particularly important project for Richard Turlington Architects as the building was created as his children matriculated into this school and it was important that they be presented with a learning experience that was as spatially unique as the curriculum.

Although this is a public school with a budget, the exterior façade is beautifully crafted, using brick, slate, copper and patterned curtainwall glass.  The entire assembly is wonderfully detailed consistent with the design intent.