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Angle of Reflection: A Cool-Roof Coating Rehabs Award-Winning Architecture

A Cool-Roof Coating Rehabs Award-Winning Architecture

After it was built in 1969, Sonoma State’s old University Commons, where the cafeteria was located, earned an award for “superlative achievement in total design” from the International Design Award Program due to its use of natural light that illuminated the interior space.

The distinctive 14,000 sq.ft. building, now home to Sonoma State’s Wine Institute, and its trademark pyramidal steel-based skylights have aged since its award-winning days, and the school recently took efforts to renovate the roof and rescue the building.

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