Other Projects Query2


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  • The multifunction ShoWare Center, located just outside of Seattle, seats 6,100 fans during hockey games and ice shows, and 7,800 people during concerts. The ShoWare Center lettering above the main entrance is actually a reflection of a sign that is installed horizontally below the soffit. While mirrored surfaces tend to be associated with luxe environments--casinos, discos, and boutiques--at the ShoWare Center, the polished stainless steel soffit was an efficient way to amplify the lobby and façade.

    Showare Center

    LMN Architects create a vivid steel and glass arena, highlighted by bright green paths and LEDs, in Kent, Wash., to be used by the local Seattle hockey team and for concerts.

  • The new Traverwood Branch Library in Ann Arbor, Mich., uses wood from nearby ash trees killed by the emerald ash borer in a very local lesson about sustainability.

    Traverwood Branch Library

    Inform Studio incorporated the fallen ash trees killed by the invasive emerald ash borer beetle into its sustainable design for this library branch in Ann Arbor, Mich.

  • Serta International Headquarters

    A new headquarters and R&D facility outside Chicago designed by Epstein | Metter Studio uses daylight and creative planning to answer the client's needs.

  • Samitaur Offices, Culver City, Calif.

    Disordered Order in Culver City

    The Samitaur Offices brought a brand of disordered order to Culver City, Calif.,that Moss has since used to transform the neighborhood.

  • Pallets of landscaping materials create a mosaic of natural textures on the side of a storage barn in western Connecticut, enhancing the design of the compact structure while cleaning up the previously littered site.

    Storage Barn

    Gray Organschi Architecture designed a positive-energy storage barn to organize the site of a Washington, Conn., landscape maintenance business.

  • A family walks through the community plaza in front of the new Hollenbeck Police Station, in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of East Los Angeles.

    Hollenbeck Police Station

    AC Martin's new police station in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of East Los Angeles strives to create a strong sense of community.

  • Esto Gallery: Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Architects

    A limited retrospective of the work of Charles Gwathmey, who died on Aug. 3, 2009.

  • St. Joseph Patient Care Center

    A new patient care center at the Orange, Calif. hospital campus has 150 patient rooms, general surgery ORs, and green features.

  • Tiny Lounge

    Looking at the short list of wines at the Tiny Lounge brings an admonition from designer Brad Lynch.

  • Currier Museum of Art

    Ann Beha Architects expands the Currier Museum of Art, doubling the gallery sace and unifying previous additions, all while maintaining the institution's boutique feel.

  • New Life, Old Fabric

    When the 1975 P/A Awards jurors honored the Faneuil Hall Marketplace proposal, they couldn’t have realized how successful the project would be.

  • Yankees vs. Mets

    Bradford McKee takes a look at the two new stadiums built for New York's two major league baseball teams, and is surprised by the results.

  • Oak Street Garage Signage

    A new wayfinding and signage system cools heads at a city government parking garage.

  • National Center for Drug Free Sport

    El Dorado injects a sense of whimsy into a sober program: a drug-testing center for athletes.

  • TWA Building Renovation

    At 135,000 square feet, the TWA Corporate Headquarters Building in Kansas City, Mo., is the largest project that El Dorado has completed to date, and the only one already listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • Pedestrian Strands

    Public art lines highway overpasses in Kansas City

  • The Botwin Building

    A green commercial mixed-use building takes the place of a lost Kansas City icon.

  • El Dorado Architects

    We travel to Kansas City to profile the funny, smart, and practical architecture firm El Dorado Architects.

  • Francis Parker School, San Diego

    WHEN GREG PAPAY first saw the Francis Parker School's upper school campus in San Diego in 2002, he saw a collection of disparate buildings that had accrued organically over 40-odd years.

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    2009 Sixth Annual Light Architecture Design Awards - Introduction

    In the six short years since their inauguration, the A|L Light & Architecture Design Awards have emerged as a contender on the lighting award and competition circuit.