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The Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center

Project Overview

When the highly-anticipated $41 million Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center opened its doors to rave reviews it gave us the opportunity to introduce VividGlass to a new audience of movie lovers. The renowned Film Society of Lincoln Center commissioned the project, which comprises a 17,518-square-foot complex on West 65th Street designed by David Rockwell, to be a cultural mecca for film fans. Our portion of the project included 33-foot long, 14-foot high ViviGraphix Gradiance partition walls which line both sides of the auditorium. The same glass is featured in the front doors and side lites.


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