Institutional Projects

 

Institutional Projects

  • Longwood Gardens' Living Wall

    As designed by Kim Wilkie, Longwood Gardens' new green wall is the largest in North America. How was it installed?

     
  • Manufacturers Bank/Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

    SOM's Manufacturers Bank, having survived insensitive alterations, may now face an ignoble future as a big box store.

     
  • Merchants Millpond Visitor Center

    Designed by Frank Harmon Architect, of Raleigh, N.C., the modest, wood-framed structure­ incorporates a low-tech approach to sustainable design and recalls a historic mill that once occupied the site.

     
  • Sustainability is a Golden Ticket in Las Vegas

    CityCenter is turning the desert playground of Las Vegas into a city of gold—LEED Gold.

     
  • Listening to the Land: Site Design Merges with Building Design

    The fundamental principals of landscape architecture and site design are now resonating with developers, investors, and corporate users and in turn, also are influencing building design.

     
  • County Clerk Elections Operations Center

    Annual Design Review 2009: Work: Honorable Mention

     
  • Listening to the Land: Site Design Merges with Building Design

    The fundamental principals of landscape architecture and site design are now resonating with developers, investors, and corporate users and in turn, also are influencing building design.

     
  • Miami Art Museum Reveals Herzog & de Meuron Design, Loses Director Riley

    On Oct. 21, the Miami Art Museum revealed the design for its new home. Within days, there was more news about the institution: director Terence Riley was stepping down.

     
  • 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.

     
  • 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.

     
 
 
 

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