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  • Exterior

    1st Avenue Commercial Office

    2011 Annual Design Review: Work: Honorable Mention

  • Commendable Achievement, Interior Lighting - 155 North Wacker Drive, Chicago

    Following the tradition of great Chicago high-rise office buildings, 155 North Wacker Drive first roots itself to the street with a grand lobby and atrium before it begins its 46-story climb toward the sky.

  • Outstanding Achievement, Exterior Lighting - The Bank of America Tower at One Bryant Park, New York

    Located a block from Times Square, One Bryant Park's lighting designers—Cline Bettridge Bernstein—had the unenviable task of creating a nighttime presence for this high-rise office tower, one that would not only make its mark on the New York skyline, but also adhere to the LEED Platinum building's...

  • Outstanding Achievement, Whole Building - ThyssenKrupp Quarter, Essen Germany

    The corporate headquarters for materials and technology group ThyssenKrupp, best known for its steel technology and escalators, is home to 2,000 employees.

  • Entrance

    Parker Hannifin European Headquarters

    Etoy, Switzerland/Westlake Reed Leskosky

  • Triple Platinum

    A vice president at RTKL talks about the process of designing three different structures to LEED Platinum certification levels.

  • Designing for Design

    Perkins+Will offers up opportunities and insights from designing its own LEED Platinum-certified spaces.

  • West façade

    Orange Cube

    Le Cube Orange (The Orange Cube)/Lyon, France/Jakob + MacFarlane

  • In bright sun, the fins of the sunshading system fold flat against the building to block as much heat as possible. On the shaded side of the building, the fins open to allow in the maximum amount of daylight.

    ThyssenKrupp Quarter

    Essen, Germany/JSWD Architekten and Chaix & Morel et Associés

  • One Shelley Street

    The original idea for the new Macquarie Group office at One Shelley Street in Sydney was more akin to a scene from a Pixar movie than to the perception of a modern banking institution.



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