Optichroic® Glass from Bendheim

In the United States it is impossible to realize a new building at a university without donations from private companies and individuals.

Often this results in the building's naming rights going to the biggest donor, as well as names given to wings, rooms, and even the furniture within. A common feature is also the donor wall, which includes all or most of the individuals and companies helping to fund the construction. An especially nice donor wall can be found at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business. Visual communications firm Poulin + Morris is responsible for the wall's design within a building designed by KPF.

Photo: Poulin + Morris Inc.

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