The not-for-profit organization BRIC produces and promotes arts and media programs throughout Brooklyn. Headquartered in a historic building in downtown Brooklyn, BRIC recently renovated the complex it shares with Urban Glass, an artist-access glass center. Newly named BRIC House, the $ 35 million renovation expands the organization’s space from 19,000 square feet to 40,000 and boasts an urban lobby featuring contiguous panes of glass on the ground-level facade, integrating the interior main floor with the street outside. The renovation also includes a 3,000-square-foot gallery, a 400 capacity performance space, artist studios, a public access television studio, classrooms, a café, and a central lobby amphitheater called The Stoop which offers seating on its steps. Poulin + Morris developed a comprehensive environmental graphics, donor recognition, and wayfinding sign program for the arts and media center.