Salisbury School / Salisbury, CT
Incorporating old school appeal with new school technology and amenities
The windows of the Centennial Humanities Building and new Phinny Library had to be dignified enough to blend with the architecture of this venerable 19th-century institution—and generous enough to showcase the scenic views of the Berkshire Foothills.
The four-story, Neo-Georgian-style Centennial Humanities building features dormer windows with 7/8" Simulated Divided Lites with spacer bars. The central cupola provides natural light that ties together the two upper floors, creating a sense of unity between distinctly different areas.
In the center of the Phinny Library, a stunning series of Marvin windows and doors flows along rounded walls filling an arched rotunda with sunlight and natural wood, and providing the durability to withstand the New England weather.