Harlem Hospital

Harlem Hospital

02-Harlem-Hospital-New-York
01-Harlem-Hospital-NY-US
12-50-04A
03-Harlem-Hospital-New-York
12-50-07A
12-50-08A
02-Harlem-Hospital-New-York 01-Harlem-Hospital-NY-US 12-50-04A 03-Harlem-Hospital-New-York 12-50-07A 12-50-08A

As part of a major renovation of this historic hospital founded in 1887, HOK felt it was vital to bring the hospital’s history and charm to the general community. Their idea of creating a huge glass facade depicting iconic murals from inside the hospital could be implemented only one way: with Ceramic digital glass printing using weather-resistant digital ceramic inks. The full-color building facade made of 429 glass panels faithfully replicates the colors and style of 1930s Harlem art and culture; it stands up to New York’s famous weather extremes; and it looks equally good from inside and outside, in daytime and at night.

  • Architect:
  • Photographer:
    Paul Warchol
  • Partner:
    GGI
  • Printed Area:
    3676 sqm / 12,000sqf
  • Number of Panels:
    429
  • Colors:
    Digial Mix
  • Glass Type:
    Laminated and Insulated Glass
Project featured in:
architizer.com