Located steps from the Atlantic Ocean in Sagaponack, NY this contemporary Pink Pool House by Roger Ferris + Partners is a perfect escape residence containing a small 1,500 square-foot shingle-style surf shack and an above-ground pool: a refined interpretation of the suburban American Dream.
Situated in Ansan, South Korea, UNITEDLAB Associates along with Vtrilloarquitectos have designed the optimal plan to create a cultural park consisting of a complex of exhibition and educational facilities and a columbarium to commemorate and share the pain of the victims of the Sewol ferry disaster.
Inglewood, Los Angeles, California Named the Intuit Dome, the LA Clippers’ new home designed by AECOM is a “basketball net-inspired” structure that creates a multidimensional experience that goes beyond that…
HOK completes an adaptive reuse project that transformed a long-vacant building listed on the National Register of Historic Places into a multitenant lab and office facility for St. Louis’ burgeoning bioscience startup ecosystem, located in St. Louis, Missouri.
Using light as a tool, Donald Lococo follows all the technical requirements of beachfront architecture, maximizes panoramic ocean sunrise and sunset views to a singular communal area, and then dialing back solar gains by limiting solar exposure, a responsible solar heat gain is achieved.
Lee Mindel and the design team at SheltonMindel have conceived a gallery space open to the largest city, the street, and the community at large, reflecting deeply American values of openness, transparency, and celebration of all cultures, welcoming all international cultures to be part of a democratic discourse accessible to all.
Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects and Peter Logan Architecture and Design have completed the Seaplane Lagoon Ferry Terminal, a civic facility that provides public transportation while creating an icon that environmentally and architecturally enhances Alameda, an infrastructure development commissioned by the City of Alameda and the San Francisco Water Emergency Transportation Authority.
Designing a series of flexible gallery spaces, a visual classroom, terraces, and public gathering areas, BNIM builds the University of Iowa Stanley Museum of Art which suffered a historic flooding in 2008, and transforms it into a new cultural arts destination on the University of Iowa campus that restores a dedicated art museum presence to the campus community after 14 years.
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