The project will expand existing floor space across a series of new pavilions.
The 110,000-square-foot gallery is located within the transformed Scottish Rite Masonic Temple.
The revamped museum features a material palette to appear crafted from a single block of stone.
Nine projects have been honored across two categories.
Internal open-concept offices will span seven floors and 500,000 square feet of the nine-story building.
The eight-story tower will comprise 236,000 square feet of offices and public amenities.
The $100 million renovation will emphasize structural preservation and enhancements to the visitor experience.
Governor Andrew Cuomo confirmed the conversion of the James A. Farley Building into the Moynihan Train Hall.
The memorial is set to be installed on the grounds of Emanuel AME church.
The school’s first international campus will feature four volumes linked via green bridges.
The 398,265-square-foot design will include a cantilevered clad with a skin of vertical timber louvres.
The expansive CNC-milled aluminum wall installation is inside the cloud-based data discovery service’s San Francisco IBM Watson Experience Center.
The transformation into a hotel and exhibition space is anticipated to take up to 15 years.
The mixed-use Portland structure will arrive in 2018.
The sponsors of Visit. Win. Fly are: Aquafil USA, Bentley, Davis Furniture, Integra, Kwalu, Rubbermaid Commercial Products, and Mohawk Group.
Covering a breadth of design-related topics, Rottet discussed her career and the upcoming projects that her firm is tackling.
The author and mogul promoted wellness across professional and residential environments.
Pam Light and Brad Liebman discuss how to make workplaces more active and dynamic.
This year’s winners include Steelcase, BuzziSpace, SurfaceWorks, and TURF Design.
The expansive renovation of Herbert Rowse’s Art Deco landmark was completed in 2015.
Winners will be announced during the 2017 Healthcare Design Expo & Conference in Orlando.
The iconic American architect would have turned 150 years old on June 8.
Designs from Morphosis, Weiss/Manfredi, and Handel Architects will debut in time for the fall semester.
In addition to a student category, the Interiors Awards will honor projects across 15 professional project type categories, including the newly added category of lobby repositioning.
The 164,000-square-foot structure is one of two new buildings plotted for the campus.
Drexler will continue to serve as board of directors chairman.
AIA President Thomas Vonier reaffirmed the organization’s dedication to climate change mitigation.
The Apple Store Piazza Liberty in Milan will be housed beneath a public plaza and waterfall feature.
The 11-story Zone A Building will be installed near the existing Google offices at 6 Pancras.
The 19th century structure nearly doubles the 16-acre museum’s total square footage.
DS+R and Gensler’s $400 million phase will see the museum’s overall gallery space expand to 175,000 square feet.
The multifunctional venue will anchor a series of on-campus art facilities.
The 58-story tower is designed with a vertical garden integrated into its exoskeleton.
Over the last 15 years, Chicago-based Ross Barney Architects, led by Carol Ross Barney, FAIA, has transformed a sequence of nine blocks along the Chicago River into a public amenity. The Chicago Riverwalk is now complete for residents and visitors alike to enjoy, right outside of theMART.
Wehmueller serves as principal for Helix Architecture + Design.
Feedback from Los Angeles stakeholders inspired an increase of green space.
The tower will serve as the Pullman National Monument Visitor Center.
The research and innovation center features metal framework from Gustave Eiffel’s original design.
The Nordic-Office of Architecture’s 1.2 million-square-foot design uses snow as a coolant.
The overall score sank from 54.3 to 50.9 last month.
The award is bestowed in commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the Aga Kahn Award for Architecture.
The panel that included four New York–based designers: Siobhan Barry, Dash Design partner and executive creative director; Ricardo Nabholz, interior design director for Mancini Duffy; Christine Vandover, principal at HOK; and Clayton Whitman, associate principal at CallisonRTKL.
Lee Broom displays a decade of designs on a monochromatic carousel set within a vault beneath Milan’s Centrale train station.
A pioneer in modern furniture and textiles, designer and architect Florence Knoll Bassett celebrates her 100th birthday on May 24.
Hackett lent his expertise to Ford’s Smart Mobility division.
The design comprises three buildings including a 1,312-foot-tall office tower.
The extension will add 4,000 seats to Portland’s 91-year-old soccer stadium.
The University of Chicago’s forthcoming facility now comprises an eight-story tower and two-story base.
Design is led by New York–based Pei Cobb Freed & Partners in collaboration with Columbus, Ohio–based Moody Nolan.
The property will embrace traditional Lingnan architecture.
The team also includes Adamson Associates and PMA.
The 17-story facility will span 1.5 million square feet at the site of the former Penn Tower.
The New York firm’s booth offered users a chance to experiment with the technology in a game of virtual beer pong.
This year’s winner in the Architecture Design category is MASS Design Group, Contract’s 2012 Designer of the Year.
Zintra Acoustic Solutions by MDC took home the Best of Competition award at this year’s HD Expo conference in Las Vegas.
The five-story, 114,000 square-foot project is slated for completion in late 2018.
The awards recognize a commitment to social responsibility in commercial interior architecture and design.
Winners were announced last night during the annual ceremony and gala at the Lyric Opera of Chicago.
The 29th annual event will be held at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center May 21–24.
The first new-build onsite in 200 years, the London library will be topped with a nine-story tower.
The honorees will showcase their work in New York and participate in the league’s annual lecture series.
The 35-acre campus will include 1.5 million square feet of non-academic structures.
The undulating design in the town of Vitrolles features a dual facade with a glazed base and white concrete upper shell.
The firm’s proposal will transform the site into a sustainable and versatile entrepreneurial hub.
Practicing architects and designers are welcome to attend the free reception.
The multi-building complex will be situated across a 43-acre campus in the suburb of Awkar.
Honoring innovative architectural and interior design solutions that enhance the quality of healthcare delivery, the deadline to enter is July 11, 2017.
The $196 million redesign and expansion will revamp 90,000 square feet of existing space.
The nine-person team will curate the 2019 event, which will explore the relationship between rationality and high architecture.
The venue will comprise a series of intersecting wooden volumes in reference to regional history.