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.
The Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) has announced the winners of 2023 PCI Design awards. Three panels of jurors awarded 25 winners, including eight honorable mentions for the special buildings and transportation categories.
New York-based architecture and design studio ODA’s design of a mixed-use tower in South Florida’s Rio Vista neighborhood in Fort Lauderdale, reveals a sequence of stepped rounded volumes, to create a distinct masterpiece in the city’s skyline.
50 Hudson Yards, a 78-story office tower covering an entire block in Manhattan’s West Side Hudson Yards neighborhood, is designed as a distinctive piece of the city, mindfully sitting within New York’s urban grid to maximize ease of movement and private access.
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