Changing Skyline: A gossamer update to a redbrick tradition

Inga Saffron, architecture writer/critic for The Philadelphia Inquirer, wrote about the design of the new home of the Annenberg Public Policy Center in a March 5 story.

"What makes the Annenberg center so clever is that it manages to be ephemeral and substantial at the same time. From certain angles, the creased edges of the building appear to dematerialize into shimmering nothingness. But behind that glass veil stands a second facade, a light-colored wooden scrim reminiscent of an ancient shoji screen," Saffron wrote.