Di Cara Rubino Architects designed the new additions at Red Bank Regional High School in Little Silver, NJ. These additions expanded the classroom space within the facility, however they also left a corridor in the core of the building without daylight access. In order to address the lack of daylight in this corridor, Di Cara Rubino Architects specified a large skylight array of Lightglass running nearly 60′ long by 4′ wide. This skylight is made of 28 interconnected Lightglass units, each 25″x49″. Now students and staff benefit from the experience of daylight and a connection to nature, regardless of their location in the facility.