Recognize these buildings?
You may not be where you think you are.
One – Fulton, New York Municipal Building, architect: Ronald Sattelberg
Two – Columbus, Indiana Post Office, architect: Kevin Roche
Three – Klem Road South Elementary, architect: Ronald Sattelberg
You never quite know where curiosity will lead you. Webster isn’t the only place you will find buildings finished out in Panelbriks. Panelbriks are structural clay tiles that were produced by the Glen-Gery brick company in the late 1960’s into the early 1970’s. A salt compound was applied to the clay before firing to produce the varied coloration.
Klem South opened in September of 1971. (Read more about its history.) The Fulton Municipal Building and the Columbus, Indiana Post Office were built around the same time.