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AD Classics: Everson Museum / I.M. Pei

  • Architects: I.M. Pei
  • Location: Syracuse, New York, United States
  • Architects: I.M. Pei
  • References: Wikipedia, Everson
  • Project Year: 1968
  • Photographs: Jesse Ganes

© Jesse Ganes © Jesse Ganes © Jesse Ganes © Jesse Ganes

Carl J. Shapiro Science Center / Payette

© Warren Jagger Photography © Warren Jagger Photography © Warren Jagger Photography © Warren Jagger Photography

Truro Residence / ZeroEnergy Design

  • Architects: ZeroEnergy Design
  • Location: Truro, Massachusetts, EEUU
  • Architect: ZeroEnergy Design
  • Consultants: Silvia & Silvia, Light Th!s, Venegas and Company, Eleven Interiors, Helmarck & Foglia
  • Area: 6200.0 ft2
  • Project Year: 2008
  • Photographs: Eric Roth Photography

© Eric Roth Photography © Eric Roth Photography © Eric Roth Photography © Eric Roth Photography

UMass Amherst Integrated Science Building / Payette

© Warren Jagger Photography © Warren Jagger Photography © Warren Jagger Photography © Warren Jagger Photography

Minneapolis Riverfront Competition Finalist / StossLU

© StossLU
© StossLU

© StossLU © StossLU © StossLU © StossLU

The Hawai'i Wildlife Center / Ruhl Walker Architects

  • Architects: Ruhl Walker Architects
  • Location: Halaula, Hawaii
  • Consultants: Rhoady Lee Architecture and Design, Umemoto Cassandro Design Corporation, Tinguely Development Inc., Meridian Construction & Development, Ryan Associates General Contractors, William Blakeney Structural Engineers, Peter JK Dahlberg PE LLC, Mark Morrison And Associates, Smithsonian / SAO, Kohala Engineering, Pattison Land Surveying Inc.
  • Project Year: 2011
  • Photographs: William Ruhl

© William Ruhl © William Ruhl © William Ruhl © William Ruhl

Aesthetic Fillup: Gas Stations

Brandon Baunach
Brandon Baunach

The design of gas stations is mostly stripped down to that required for bare function. The inextricable relationship of the aesthetics of modernism to that of the automobile begs a different approach, one that fulfills the traditional function of a gas station but also reflects shifting movements within design. Just like the cars that have driven up to utilize them, these gas stations represent design principles contemporary to the time in which they were constructed.

Ordos 20+10 Office Complex / Preston Scott Cohen

© Preston Scott Cohen
© Preston Scott Cohen

Designed for the Ordos 20+10 project, this office complex by Preston Scott Cohen serves to create a whole new office building typology in its stance on site, promenade, and public space.

© Preston Scott Cohen © Preston Scott Cohen © Preston Scott Cohen © Preston Scott Cohen

The CityDeck / StossLU

  • Architects: StossLU
  • Location: Green Bay, WI, USA
  • Architect: StossLU
  • Project Team: Chris Reed, Scott Bishop, Tim Barner, Cathy Braasch, Steve Carlucci, Jill Desimini, Adrian Fehrmann, Carl Frushour, Kristin Malone, Chris Muskopf, Susan Fitzgerald, Jana Kienitz, Lisl Kotheimer, Bryan Miyahara, Graham Palmer, Megan Studer, Sarah White
  • Consultants:  Vetter Denk, GRAEF Anhalt Schloemer and Associates, STS Consultants/AECOM, Light This!, Pine + Swallow, Clark Deitz, WF Baird
  • Project Area: 2.5 acres
  • Project Year: 2010
  • Photographs: Courtesy of StossLU

Courtesy of StossLU Courtesy of StossLU Courtesy of StossLU Courtesy of StossLU

Joukowsky Institute / Anmahian Winton Architects

  • Architects: Anmahian Winton Architects
  • Location: 60 George St, Brown University, Providence, RI 02912, USA
  • Architect: Anmahian Winton
  • Project Team: Nick Winton AIA(principal in charge), Alex Anmahian AIA(consulting principal), Aaron Bruckerhoff AIA, LEED AP(project manager), Joel Lamere (project architect), Makoto Abe (project designer), Aaron Stavert AIA
  • Consultants: RDK Engineers, Richmond So Engineers, GZA, Shawmut Design & Construction, Hines Wasser Associates, LAM Partners
  • Area: 15000.0 ft2
  • Project Year: 2010
  • Photographs: Peter Vanderwarker

© Peter Vanderwarker © Peter Vanderwarker © Peter Vanderwarker © Peter Vanderwarker

Library Of The Present: Communal Information In Physical Space

© Iwan Baan
© Iwan Baan

The Internet is now the library of the past. Where the public library has historically served as the primary source of information gathering and dissemination, we now look to this new virtual, infinitely large library that can be accessed anywhere at any time as the Library of the present. As a result, the primary roles of today’s physical libraries have shifted. Libraries of the past focused primarily on individualized information consumption. Communal aspects of interaction and information dissemination now represent the core mission of the library when information is more easily accessible. The silent grand beaux-arts reading rooms of New York or Boston have of the past been transformed into flexible communal “living rooms” in Seattle.

Erie Street Plaza / StossLU

  • Architects: StossLU
  • Location: Milwaukee, WI, USA
  • Architect: StossLU
  • Project Team: Chris Reed, principle; Scott Bishop, project manager; Tim Barner, Adrian Fehrmann, Kristin Malone, Chris Muskopf, Graham Palmer, Megan Studer
  • Consultants: Vetter Denk, urban design; Light TH!S, lighting design; GRAEF Anhalt Schloemer & Associates, engineering
  • Area: 13000.0 ft2
  • Project Year: 2010
  • Photographs: StossLU 

© StossLU  © StossLU  © StossLU  © StossLU 

Instant Untitled / MOS Architects

© David Fenster / MOS
© David Fenster / MOS

Architect: MOS Architects Location: Venice Biennale Venice, Italy Project Year: 2010 Photos: David Fenster, MOS Architects

AD Classics: Gateway Arch / Eero Saarinen

  • Architects: Eero Saarinen
  • Location: St. Louis, Missouri, USA
  • Architect: Eero Saarinen
  • References: Wikipedia / Gateway Arch
  • Project Year: 1965

AD Classics: Gateway Arch / Eero Saarinen AD Classics: Gateway Arch / Eero Saarinen AD Classics: Gateway Arch / Eero Saarinen AD Classics: Gateway Arch / Eero Saarinen