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  • A stunning inversion occurs at night in Light/Station, an adaptive reuse project designed by University at Buffalo architect Christopher Romano.
    Douglas Levere, University at Buffalo
    A stunning inversion occurs at night in Light/Station, an adaptive reuse project designed by University at Buffalo architect Christopher Romano.
  • The former gas mart building on Buffalo's East Side is wrapped in deep-textured, perforated sheet metal panels, 3/64-inch thick, manufactured and fabricated by Buffalo’s Rigidized Metals. The words “GAS MART” are subtly registered into the back layer of the double-layer façade in an ode to the history of the site.
    Douglas Levere, University at Buffalo
    The former gas mart building on Buffalo's East Side is wrapped in deep-textured, perforated sheet metal panels, 3/64-inch thick, manufactured and fabricated by Buffalo’s Rigidized Metals. The words “GAS MART” are subtly registered into the back layer of the double-layer façade in an ode to the history of the site.
  • Light/Station designer Christopher Romano, photographed with some of the early prototypes he developed in the Fabrication Workshop at the University at Buffalo's School of Architecture and Planning.
    Douglas Levere, University at Buffalo
    Light/Station designer Christopher Romano, photographed with some of the early prototypes he developed in the Fabrication Workshop at the University at Buffalo's School of Architecture and Planning.
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