28 Jan '14, 10pm

Did you spot CURRIES in @greensourcemag ? As seen in The Barnes Foundation in Philly, PA. #sustaina…

Did you spot CURRIES in @greensourcemag ? As seen in The Barnes Foundation in Philly, PA. #sustaina…

The Barnes Foundation, established by physician, chemist, and art collector Albert C. Barnes in 1922, houses one of America's premier collections of Post-Impressionist and early Modern art. After nine decades in a Paul Philippe Cret–designed museum in Merion, Pennsylvania, the collection was relocated to a new campus in downtown Philadelphia. (The Barnes Merion campus remains home to an arboretum and a horticulture program.) Slide Show Data KEY PARAMETERS Location Philadelphia, PA (Schuylkill River confluence with Delaware River) Gross area 93,000 ft2 (8,639 m2 ) Cost $150 million Date completed May 2012 Annual purchased energy use (based on utility bills) 130 kBtu/ft2 (1,470 MJ/m2 ) Annual carbon footprint (predicted) 35 lbs CO2 /ft2 (170 kg CO2 /m2 ) Program Museum TEAM & SOURCES Doors Curries/Assa Abloy; Total Door (metal); Harring Doors (wood) Acoustical ceilings Tectu...

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