The program for the O'Brien Arts Center was to collect art and performance studios – scattered throughout the campus – into a central location to give the arts a real presence at the school.

St. Andrew’s School – Middletown, DE

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Richard Conway Meyer Architect used Crittall Steel Windows in the teaching/office wing to make a conscious reference to the steel casement windows used throughout the original Tudor-style campus, built of stone in 1929. RCMA were able to use the Crittall windows more freely, grouping them to show off their inherent taut elegance. They liked this double-meaning, the true universality of the product, which actually seems to reinforce the timelessness of the original St Andrew’s steel casements in a surprising way.


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