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Topping off the newly-revamped Dilworth Park are two large 17-foot-wide, nearly 20-foot-high glass pavilions that act as entryways to the transit hub below. Approximately 5,000 square feet of glass was used, making for a heavy, precise project.
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The new Dilworth Park in front of Philadelphia's City Hall is home to two 17-foot-wide, nearly 20-foot high glass pavilions that serve as entryways to the transit hub below. KieranTimberlake was the architect of the project, and APG International installed the glass.
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