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Viracon Project Wins Honorable Mention in 2014 Vanceva® World of Color Awards™ Competition
Colorful Glass Interlayer Lights up Marian University Center for Health Sciences
The Marian University Michael A. Evans Center for Health Sciences in Indianapolis, IN has won an honorable mention in the Vanceva® World of Color Awards™ Competition. Vanceva selected the project for its innovative use of colorful interlayers with Viracon glass.
The Vanceva® World of Color Awards™ is an international competition honoring architects and designers who use Vanceva color interlayers in laminated glass. With two winners and four honorable mentions, the contest celebrates creativity and the beauty of architectural colored glass. Eastman, the 2014 competition’
Both beauty and creative design are apparent in Viracon’s laminated glass at the Marian University Michael A. Evans Center for Health Sciences. Constructed at the corner of 30th street and Cold Spring Road in Indianapolis, IN, the colored glass façade wraps around the lobby and presents a shining new landmark at a major intersection in the city. The application translates as a colored glass “lantern,”
Viracon’s glazing performs well from an energy perspective, while providing a VLT (Visible Light Transmittance)
For more project details, including the specific Viracon products used on the building, visit:http://viracon.com/
The Marian University Michael A. Evans Center for Health Sciences opened in August 2013. Members of the project team included architect Schmidt Associates, architect BSA LifeStructures, and glazing contractor Hoosier Glass Co. Inc.