Project Specs Liberty Memorial and National World War I Museum Kansas City, Missouri ASAI Architecture << Return to article the People Architecture, interiors, landscape: ASAI Architecture Stephen Abend, FAIA Crichton Singleton, FAIA Consultants: Bob D. Campbell & Co. (structural) W.L. Cassell Associates (m/e/p); SK Design Group (civil) Ralph Appelbaum Associates (exhibits) John G. Waite & Associates (preservation) Architectural and Historical Research (history) Yarnell Associates (lighting); Acoustical Design Group Contractors: J.E. Dunn Construction Turner Construction the Products Indiana limestone: Evans Limestone Waterproofing: American Hydrotech Elevators: Otis Elevators Skylights: Super Sky Products Steel windows: Hope’s Windows Roofing: Carlisle Roofing
In the past few years, New York City has been valiantly trying to turn around its deserved reputation for treating innovative architecture like an exotic disease that should be stamped out by courageous developers, bankers, and government officials.
New York City Renzo Piano Building Workshop with FXFOWLE Curtain-wall ingenuity eliminates the fear factor Fear factor. That was the obstacle the New York Times and its New York–based architect, FXFOWLE, faced when it was time to bid the curtain wall for the media giant’s new headquarters in Midtown Manhattan. Design architect Renzo Piano conceived of a brise-soleil made of horizontal rods to project 18 inches from the curtain wall. Simple in concept, confounding in execution, when one imagines finding a strategy that would work for a 52-story tower. “While this approach has been achieved on a smaller scale in
It wasn’t image consciousness or architectural publicity that convinced the board of the Hodgdon Powder Company to hire an architect to design its new production facility’s administration building near Herington, Kansas.
Project Specs An Office for Hodgdon Powder Company Herington, Kansas El dorado Architects << Return to article the People Architect El dorado Architects Principal in Charge: Josh Shelton Project Architect: Sean Slattery, AIA, LEEP AP Furniture Design and Fabrication: Brady Neely Engineer(s): Structural: Genesis Structures Metal Building Engineering: Steelmaster USA MEP: Lankford and Associates Landscape: el dorado inc Lighting: Derek Porter Studio General contractor: Kelley Construction Company Photographer Mike Sinclair, all photos Renderer(s) El dorado inc, all drawings CAD system, project management, or other software used: Vector Works the Products Wall and Roof system: Steelmaster USA; Qounset Profile applied
Project Specs The Gary Comer Youth Center Chicago, Illinois John Ronan Architects << Return to article the People Architect John Ronan Architect 320 W. Ohio Street 4e Chicago IL 60610 phone 312.951.6600 fax 312.951.6544 jrarch.com see * for architects) John Ronan, AIA* (Lead Designer and Principal-in-Charge) Evan Menk LEED AP and Brian Malady (Project Architects), Yasushi Koakutsu, Oscar Kang, Brad Kelley, Micah Land, Nageshwar Rao (Project Team) Interior designer: John Ronan Architects Engineer(s): Arup (Structural) CCJM Engineers (MEP) Terra Engineering (Civil) Consultant(s) Landscape: Peter Lindsay Schaudt Landscape Architecture Lighting: Charter Sills Acoustical: Kirkegaard Associates Other: Cini-Little International (Food Service), db