A mixed-use office development in Charlottesville, Virginia, seamlessly integrates into a prominent site within the city’s historic Downtown Mall district. The building’s stepped facade helps it conform to contextual scale and attain energy and water conservation, as well as occupant health and wellness.
11 Hoyt, a residential tower in Downtown Brooklyn, New York City, designed by Studio Gang, features a “scalloped” facade made of precast concrete panels. The facade not only has ornamental significance, but it is also functional.
LMN Architects recently celebrated the completion of the Summit building at the Seattle Convention Center, a $2 billion addition to the city’s downtown area. The 139,354-m2 (1.5-million-sf) building, along with the venue’s original Arch building, creates a campus designed to usher in the future of meetings and conventions.
The USL Championship’s (USLC’s) Indy Eleven and the construction and development company, Keystone Group, have unveiled renderings of the transformational Eleven Park neighborhood development, which includes a new multipurpose stadium.
Park Union Bridge in Colorado Springs, Colo., inspired by the gravity-defying motion of athletes, masterfully combines truss and arch forms into a curved hybrid steel structure, to pay allegiance to its context and serve as a landmark site providing visual and pedestrian access to key areas in downtown Colorado.
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