New addition to Lincoln School will update building facade

A RENDERING of the design of the new two-story addition to the science wing of the Lincoln School in Providence. Designed by LLB Architects, of Pawtucket, the 3,040-square-foot addition will feature a dramatic glass-curtain wall facing the west and 20 vertical fins, or sun shades, spaced in such a way as to create rolling shade as the sun moves. / COURTESY LLB ARCHITECTS
A RENDERING of the design of the new two-story addition to the science wing of the Lincoln School in Providence. Designed by LLB Architects, of Pawtucket, the 3,040-square-foot addition will feature a dramatic glass-curtain wall facing the west and 20 vertical fins, or sun shades, spaced in such a way as to create rolling shade as the sun moves. / COURTESY LLB ARCHITECTS
PROVIDENCE – The Lincoln School this summer will break ground on a significant addition to its science wing, a two-story addition that will allow it to present a new facade facing Butler Boulevard. Designed by LLB Architects, of Pawtucket, the 3,040-square-foot addition will feature a dramatic glass-curtain wall facing the west and 20 vertical fins,…

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