Designed by Michael Hara and Robert Good of HGA Architects and Engineers and landscape architect Damon Farber, the Water Works Park and Pavilion is a 9,000-square-foot masterplan that eloquently intertwines the past with the present, located on the Mississippi River at the convergence of multiple cultural, physical, and spiritual histories.
The visionary project, realized in 2022, is the result of collaborative efforts led by architect Duvall Decker and envisioned by client Nirav Patel and encapsulates the essence of Cooperwood—creating a vibrant, familiar, and yet uncannily unique presence.
Located next to the Joshua Tree National Park, Patrick Tighe's Stilness is a "temple", a 10,000-square-foot space that serves as the hub of the facility and is encompassed by a large sunken desert garden.
The result of a uniquely collaborative design process, the UCSF Joan and Sanford I. Weill Neurosciences Building by Mark Cavagnero Associates with SmithGroup for the University of California is a new typology in education buildings and a lively addition to the San Francisco campus.
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