To center on a public plaza, two cubic structures with matte-glass facades will contain a museum, library, and a subterranean archive.
Mark Major, a British lighting designer, was honored for his Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Design.
The approximately $165 million project will include an elevated cubic structure with public spaces situated below.
The ceremony honors the winners of the Interiors Awards, which recognize projects across 14 categories.
The New Lower Hill Master Plan calls for an estimated 1.2 million square feet of residential units, as well as 1.25 million square feet of commercial space with offices, retail components, and hotels.
The approximately $220 million structure will overlook Lake Michigan and Chicago from its site next to the pre-existing Henry Crown Sports Pavilion/Norris Aquatics Center and Combe Tennis Center.
As the National Historic Landmark’s first revamp in more than 45 years, the renovations involved restoring and modernizing the interior with a contemporary and energy-efficient infrastructure.
At approximately 900 feet tall, the glass-clad building will be just shy of supertall classification.
The three programs were located at Mississippi State University, Philadelphia University, and the University of Florida.
Slated to rise approximately 3,800 feet over Basra, Iraq, the Bride will surpass Dubai’s 2,723-foot-tall Burj Khalifa.
McCormick Place Event Center will serve as an expansion to Chicago's McCormick Place—the largest convention center in North America.
Chosen with the goal of increasing visibility and sales, the North Michigan Avenue store will replace Apple's flagship Chicago location.
Renderings are currently slated for reveal this spring, with construction of the approximately 80,000-square-foot building to follow in 2019.
The 150,000-square-foot BBC building will replace the broadcasting company’s Llandaff headquarters in Cardiff, Wales.
Financial setbacks previously delayed the Nordhavn harbor development, which was granted city approval in 2008.
The new Patient Hotel and Administrative Building, for Copenhagen’s Rigshospitalet hospital, replaces an outdated structure that will be demolished to make way for a North Wing treatment building.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) reported an ABI of 53.1 in October, which indicates a slight decrease from September’s score of 53.7.
Portland was founded in 1987 as a design consultancy specializing in branding and retail strategy, with an emphasis on predicting changes in consumer behavior.
The acquisition joins Starwood’s global lifestyle brands with Marriott’s luxury, select-service, convention, and resort brands, to offer a more comprehensive portfolio.
The single-story institution will house a collection of Roman artifacts referencing the history of the former Roman port of Narbonne.
Centered around a 40,000-square-foot indoor-outdoor marketplace, Saint Elmo Public Market will debut in 2018 with more than 225,000 square feet of creative office space, as well as a relocated Saxon Pub.
The tower will occupy a site that is currently home to the historic 1908 Dime Savings Bank of Williamsburg, which may be integrated into the new structure.
The 376,736-square-foot Department of Biomedicine will adjoin the university's pharmaceutical center, replacing an existing laboratory that is dedicated to academic use.
The $32 million addition to Denmark’s ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum will include approximately 13,000 square feet of underground exhibition space, along with two semi-subterranean art installations.
Launched earlier this year, the program connects filmmakers with architects to collaborate on short films that highlight the importance and impact of architecture today.
The 600-foot-tall tower will be the Brooklyn borough’s first ground-up commercial structure since the implementation of the 2004 Downtown Brooklyn Development Plan.
Despite the fact that select aspects of the interior and roof still remain in the works, the waterfront building recently opened on a site that was once occupied by warehouses.
The 27,000-square-foot structure facilitates learning, idea sharing, and start-up creation for more than 7,000 members and 50 resident start-up companies.
The hotel will feature a turf-clad roof and observation deck, solar panels, and winter-inspired interiors.
Completed in partnership with Forum Architects of Singapore, the project included three residential colleges, two buildings, and a series of outdoor courtyards.
The project intends to improve internal circulation and unify programming, which is currently distributed across 25 facilities.
The first Chicago Architecture Biennial opened in early October as a sweeping, citywide event that was conceived on the model of the contemporary bank—it’s too big to fail.
Capital Market Authority Tower will house an organization that is in charge of the country’s capital market regulation.
The approximately 170,000-square-foot building spans five floors, with an additional basement level, all linked together by a prefabricated-steel staircase.
The winning mixed-use concept aims to streamline pedestrian traffic while facilitating more than 45 million annual travelers.
The previously proposed design by MAD Architects has been approved by Chicago City Council Members.
The “7x7x7: Design, Energy, Water” initiative aims to demonstrate the importance of contemporizing California school facilities with more sustainable features.
Inspired by the nearby Wasatch Range mountains, a new three-story, approximately 1.7 million-square-foot terminal will replace three existing terminals.
The approximately 100,000-square-foot retail complex will sit within a Victorian-era coal yard in King's Cross.
An icon of Fascist architecture nicknamed “The Square Colosseum,” the 1943 building features a marble-clad facade punctuated by a series of archways.
The structure will house additional exhibition space for both the Bauhaus-Archiv and Museum für Gestaltung throughout subterranean galleries, a five-story tower with a glazed facade, and a one-story block along Von-der-Heydt-Strasse.
Renderings show a striated facade comprised of textural, fiberglass-reinforced polymer panels and horizontal bands of windows—conceived to juxtapose a postmodern building nearby.
The 306,000-square-foot Research Building Two (RB2) will be used for scientific research that addresses local health concerns, such as cancer, obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and substance abuse.
Created for Live Nation’s House of Blues Entertainment Division, the 40,000-square-foot music venue was converted from the former 1893 Ajax Metal Company building.
After three years of service, the architect will start his own practice—the Partnership for Architecture and Urbanism.
To cost more than $1.5 billion, the development aims to streamline connections between the local railway station and the Bakerloo tube line.
The American Institute of Architects reported an ABI of 53.7 in September versus August’s score of 49.1.
The Museum of Indigenous Knowledge will showcase its location’s history and geography within a 96,875-square-foot structure inspired by the Philippine's Neolithic era.
The firm received the prize during a ceremony that was held on October 15 at the RIBA headquarters in London.
The approximately 5-acre site will house public spaces with free exhibitions, indoor art galleries, and educational facilities in support of art workshops and courses.
A Washington, D.C. liberal arts school that caters to the deaf and hard of hearing, the university will soon redevelop its campus as a mixed-use cultural district.
Winners will be published in the December issue of Contract and honored during a ceremony at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong on December 10, 2015.
The site's two 47-story towers will be anchored by a five-story podium with an artificial rooftop beach and rainforest-like development.
The company is moving its global headquarters to 860 Washington Street, a boutique commercial building designed by James Carpenter Design Associates that is currently under construction.
The Schwarzman Center will be the school's first university-wide student life facility when it debuts in 2020.
The annual award honors significant contributions to the profession that benefit humanity on a global scale.
Conceptual plans will address the 190-acre property’s internal connectivity and envision public spaces that link it to the community.
The iconic building is now in need of a high degree of maintenance while being located on a prime block in downtown Chicago.
The BLS monthly employment report includes statistics specific to architecture and its related fields, such as construction, manufacturing, and architectural and engineering services.
Exceeding LEED Platinum standards, the $400 million, 33-story high-rise receives passive natural ventilation via a double-skin facade with slender glass panels that create a staggered, diagonal pattern referencing boat sails.
Known as the Center for the Study of Women’s History, the 3,000-square-foot gallery will be unique among U.S. museums when it opens in 2017.
This 330,000-square-foot property is planned to open in 2017 for 2,000 to 3,000 Uber employees.
Honored at the 2015 ULI Fall Meeting in San Francisco, winners include five projects in North America, three projects in Europe, and two projects in Asia.
The yet-to-be-finalized plans depict a futuristic complex with 770,000 square feet of dedicated office space and 90,000 square feet of green space.
The David M. Rubenstein Forum will host conferences, workshops, lectures, ceremonies, and other events.
To open in 2017, the Southampton cancer treatment facility will be located adjacent to the Southampton General Hospital’s oncology unit.
Established by U.S. President Barack Obama’s grandmother, the foundation seeks to provide, education, food, and shelter to African families in Kenya.
LHSA + DP was selected through an international competition held by the Americans for Bulgaria Foundation, who also hired on Sofia-based A+A Architects, along with several other local engineers and fabricators.
The structure adjoins Regenstein Hall—home to the Henry and Leigh Bienen School of Music—and allows for Bienen to consolidate for the first time.
The 210,000-square-foot building is expected to house four academic departments, a suite of active learning classrooms, student life programming, and an event space.
Founded in 2012 by Joseph Mizzi and Nchimunya Wulf, 14+ Foundation is a nonprofit that aims to develop, build, and operate schools and orphanages in underdeveloped African areas.
In reference to the region’s prominent use of timber, the gallery will be a 230-foot-tall structure clad in wood with cantilevered roofs.
The site offers a host of facilities geared toward the company’s scientists and engineers, such as a series of 100 laboratories totaling 63,000 square feet.
The Tianjin City project—located approximately 75 miles southeast of Beijing—will open in 2018 as a collaborative effort between Juilliard and several other institutions.
The award was founded in 2008 and is annually bestowed upon emerging architects and urban designers in recognition of works with significant social impact.
The new fourth-floor space will span an estimated 13,000 square feet in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin's Pabst Professional Center, an office development.
The schematic design was recently approved by Oklahoma City Airport Trust and hopes to increase the terminal’s capacity.
The mixed-use complex will be an urban campus with structural architecture that aims to aesthetically meld with the district.
Since its debut, Zaera-Polo has issued a statement that the station’s design does not honor his original concept, which was altered by British railway operator Network Rail.
Founded in 2012, the awards honor the highest level of creativity and design excellence in interior design and architecture projects throughout their eponymous regions.
The event will be held November 14–17, at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in Washington, D.C.