The brief for the Catholic school called for a design that represented the client’s aspirations to create an open and inclusive environment for students and staff.
The jury selected eleven projects of various typologies: airport, visitor centre, boathouse, train station, mausoleum etc.
The project focused on the north wing, replacing multistory, non-public book stacks with a new “building within the building” for public use.
With a minimum of means, this project transforms a non-descript 1950s gymnasium. Light and sound is filtered through architecture, landscape, structure, and systems arranged in successive concentric ...
Resurrecting the ruins of the nation’s only surviving antebellum railroad complex, the Savannah College of Art and Design transformed a national historic landmark.
A secure and unexpected retreat nestled into a rocky outcropping, the residence celebrates the materiality of its Pacific Northwest site and visually and physically merges with nature.
The museum emerges from the landscape as a single, curving concrete wall that splits and carves into the ground to form the entry. Inside visitors experience a series of isolated spaces with ...
Addressing the intimacy of personal grieving: the material palette calls upon visual and experiential senses while recalling centuries of memorial tradition.
To minimize environmental impact, materials were reused rather than replaced. The improvements also included significant seismic and structural updates to improve the building’s safety and durability.
The unique kinetic cladding system, which regulates natural ventilation and light, literally transforms the shape of the building and its relationship to the surrounding landscape.