Located in the Mission Bay neighborhood of San Francisco, Pierpoint Lane is an urban garden project designed by Roderick Wyllie, Tim Kirby and Tyler Chandler of Surfacedesign together with this year's American Architecture Awards laureates, SHoP Architects, for Uber that includes a public park, a major streetscape, and a public amenity roof-level terrace.
American Prize for Architecture laureates SHoP Architects' new Uber Headquarters is a two-building complex in San Francisco’s Mission Bay district that combines innovative workspace design, ground-up sustainability practices, and an integrated approach to community building—indoors and out.
SHoP Architects’ principals Angelica Trevino Baccon, John Cerone, Dana Getman, Gregg Pasquarelli, Coren Sharples, Christopher Sharples, and William Sharples have been selected as this year’s Laureates of The American Prize for Architecture by both The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies.
Woods Bagot and SHoP Architects together with landscape architects Oculus won this competition to design Collins Arch in 2014, which was initiated by Cbus Property, calling for a landmark development for Collins Street—a major road in Melbourne with a mix of heritage buildings and skyscrapers.
SHoP Architects’ plans for the new, 52-story, 734-foot transformational development for Bedrock will make the Hudson’s Site the tallest building in the city and an experiential destination focusing on technology, arts and culture will be among the amenities for residents and visitors alike.
SHoP Architects’ renovation and restoration of the U.S. Consulate General in Milan for the U.S. Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations (OBO) revives the site’s architectural and historic legacy as a secure, functional, and resilient project—in tribute to the close collaboration of American and Italian people.
New York-based SHoP architects complete the exterior of a super tall skyscraper in Manhattan, the tallest residential building in the Western hemisphere, paying respect for the architecture of the past, looking backward to create a new design language.
The design collaboration between New York-based SHoP Architects and Woods Bagot has won an international competition to design Mirvac Group’s proposed landmark workplace precinct at 55 Pitt Street in Sydney.
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