Corporate Headquarters – Pennsylvania National Insurance

The postmodernism 16 story highrise has punched windows and prominent vertical columns.

March 15, 2018

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Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

The postmodernism 16 story highrise has punched windows and prominent vertical columns.  It  stands on the former site of the Senate Hotel and Yoffee Building.  The 321,000 gsf new headquarter office building has a six-story base with a nine-story tower with a self-contained parking garage.

The building’s vestibule and lobby has shaped ceilings and special lighting. The finishes include wood, patterned floors in porcelain tiles, gypsum wall board with special coatings, and broadloom carpet in the waiting area and at the reception desk. The elevator lobbies use matching materials and the cabs have porcelain tile floors, wood panel walls and custom ceilings.

The Board Room has wood & broadloom carpet floors, and walls finished with wood and fabric panels. The 762 car parking garage is faced with brick, with precast concrete trim to match the office building. The first floor retail shops have windows similar to the ground.


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