Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery’s Terra Cotta Work Featured in New Textbook
Ballinger’s design of the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery is featured in the recently published book, “Architectural Terra Cotta: Design Concepts, Techniques, and Applications.” The volume, published by Routledge, is a celebration of terra cotta, examining the evolution of its use over time as well as new, creative uses of it. University of Oregon professors, practicing architects, and authors Donald B. Corner and John Rowell highlight the three surface treatments Ballinger employed for the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery façade. A rigorous layout grid of three different “terra cotta groups” adds richness to the exterior envelope’s composition. Learn more about the design of the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery here.
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