After years of planning and construction, the campus of DuPont has finally realized a new generation of architecture. For decades the DuPont campus has been home to very traditional red brick structures whose function has provided the necessary housing of its operations. Now in 2012 DuPont has moved into the present form and function of modern architecture. Slated to build three new buildings, DuPont retained Kling Stubbins to bring to life a design that complimented the campus, and as a visitor seeing the first new building you can’t help but wonder what the employees think of the place as it is a complete departure from the previous campus feeling.
Pulp Studio was honored to be selected by Dupont to assist in the manufacturing and design of the glass elements used throughout the building. These installations feature the use DuPont products in the manufacturing process. Attached are some photos of Pulp Studio products used throughout the first building. A special SHOUT OUT to the Kling Stubbins team, Harvey Wishkoff of DuPont and R.A Kennedy for making the process and the installation a memorable experience with great results.
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