The Marriott Edition hotel at 701 Seventh Avenue in New York City enhances the Times Square entertainment and business district with new amenities, features, and a modern silhouette. The structure’s distinct design is achieved with custom metal assemblies and glass windows.
When plans were being developed for the new Hotel Interurban in the close-in Seattle suburb of Tukwila, Washington, the adjectives ‘modern’ and ‘contemporary’ were high on the list, given the region’s tech-focused economy. Asian and Native American references were also important, to reflect the region’s cultural heritage.
The Orlando International Airport’s Intermodal Terminal Facility (ITF) features a 743-m2 (8000-sf) heavy-duty, low-rise segmented barrel vault skylight. A stretch-forming, thermally improving finish was applied to the skylight to meet the airport’s aesthetic, sustainability, and high-performance requirements.
University of Washington’s Population Health Facility (PHF) in Seattle establishes a new type of venue for interdisciplinary collaboration and innovation. The new building seeks to advance the university’s health initiative through an idea laboratory and collaboration incubator.
The Myrtle Beach Middle School in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, offers a vision of the future, in both its eye-catching design and award-winning performance. The school, like four others opened by the Horry County School District (HCSD), is engineered to be net-energy positive, meaning they generate more energy than they use over the course of the year.