California African American Museum

Project Description

Conveying important milestones, leaders and inspirational messages the 18,000 square foot multi-plane glass scrim features digitally printed text, color and images on glass. The cantilevered laminated glass lites are supported by concealed routels to reduce visual impact of the attachments and reduce soiling on the surface of the glass. The steel framing members are coated with a ceramic composite coating to reflect lighting and reduce the visual mass of the members.


LB Enclosures provided material applications, prototyping, schematic design, and design development of the structural glass facade scrim elements.

  • Architects
  • Huff + Gooden
  • New York, New York USA
  • HGA
  • Santa Monica, California USA
  • Location
  • Los Angeles, California, USA

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