It’s been two year’s since the construction of the 42-story Museum Tower in Dallas. As many of you may recall, the luxury condo has been in dispute with the neighboring Nasher Sculpture Center over an intense “hot spot” caused by the tower’s highly reflective skin. Although Nasher has demanded that the Museum Tower cover its southwestern facade with an external louver system, thus blocking the glare from penetrating Nasher’s Renzo Piano-designed cast aluminum sunscreen, the developers have refused to oblige due to a fear of jeopardizing the project’s profitability.
Negotiations have turned to squabbles and proposals have fallen on deaf ears. However, a team lead by REX and Front has been commissioned by the Dallas Police and Fire Pension Fund (DPFPF) – the Museum Tower’s developer – to explore a “third option,” one that would not require changing the construction of either Museum Tower or the Nasher.
Architects: WEISS/MANFREDI Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism
Location: Brooklyn, NY 11225, USA
Site Design: WEISS/MANFREDI Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism
Landscape Architect: HMWhite
Civil And Structural Engineers: Civil and Structural Engineers
Lighting: Brandston Partnership
Landscape Contractor: Kelco
General Contractor: EWHowell
Contractors Construction Manager: LiRO
Photographs: Aaron Booher
Architects: Hennebery Eddy Architects
Location: 19860 Tumalo Reservoir Road, Bend, OR 97701, USA
Architect In Charge: Timothy R. Eddy, AIA
Project Architects: Dan Petrescu
Project Designer: Camilla Cok, AIA
Project Team: Siavash Kazeminejad, Kristy Hausladen, Steve Sandstrom
Design Team: James Gantz, AIA; Diana Bustardo; Alan Osborne, AIA;
Interior: Angelique Nossa, IIDA
Area: 38500.0 sqm
Photographs: Josh Partee
FXFOWLE and CO Architects (CO|FXFOWLE) have teamed up to design a seven-story School of Nursing building for the Columbia University Medical Center campus in upper Manhattan. The result of an invited design competition, the design will provide 65% more space than the school’s current location and will be designed to achieve LEED Silver certification.
REX has just released their winning competition design for a unique residential competition: a private residence for three generations. The estate includes the parents’ home, four children’s homes, event space, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, gym, spa, library, study, home cinema, and performance space.