Other art includes a chain metal chandelier from Peter Ferrari and an interactive seating area designed by Georgia Tech’s Digital Lab. More artists featured at the complex include Jeremy Brown, Katie Burke, Myrtie Cope, Steve Dezember II, Molly Rose Freeman, Lacey Longino, William Massey and John Tindel.
The complex was designed by architects Lord Aeck Sargent and Brock Hudgins Associates, a press release said. The first residents will move in this weekend.
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