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Highland Hall Residences Stanford University / LEGORRETA

15:00 - 23 November, 2017
Highland Hall Residences Stanford University  / LEGORRETA, © Hunter Kerhart
© Hunter Kerhart

© Hunter Kerhart © Hunter Kerhart © Hunter Kerhart © Hunter Kerhart + 22

  • Architects

  • Location

    450 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA 94305, United States
  • Interior Design

    LEGORRETA
  • Team

    Víctor Legorreta, Miguel Almaraz, Adriana Ciklik, Carlos Vargas, Miguel Alatriste, Tania Bárcena, Daniel Rosselló, Brenda Mendoza, Paulina Gutiérrez, Lourdes del Val, Rebeca Cors, Maggy Carral
  • Associate and Executive Architect

    Steinberg
  • Steinberg Team

    Rob Steinberg, Ernest T. Yamane, Jonathan Chao, Mani Farhadi, Maggie Zhang, and Frank Sheng
  • Area

    14000.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2016
  • Photography

    Hunter Kerhart

Panel Discussion: “Drawn to Build: Architectural Representation in the Digital Age”

02:30 - 17 October, 2015
Panel Discussion: “Drawn to Build: Architectural Representation in the Digital Age”, Giovanni Battista Piranesi (Italy, 1720–1778), Paestum, Italy: Interior of the Temple of Neptune from the North-East, 1777. Pencil, brown and grey washes, red chalk, pen and ink. Sir John Soane’s Museum
Giovanni Battista Piranesi (Italy, 1720–1778), Paestum, Italy: Interior of the Temple of Neptune from the North-East, 1777. Pencil, brown and grey washes, red chalk, pen and ink. Sir John Soane’s Museum

Sergei Tchoban, managing partner of the architectural firm nps tchoban voss with offices in Berlin, Dresden, and Hamburg, SPEECH in Moscow and founder of the Tchoban Foundation – Museum for Architectural Drawing in Berlin and Andrew Zago, partner and founder of the firm Zago Architecture in Los Angeles will talk about the architectural hand- and computer generated drawings in architectural practice today. The importance of a drawing as an official language of an architect, as well as collecting and displaying it.

The panel will be moderated by Wim de Wit, Adjunct Curator of Architecture and Design at the Cantor.

Windhover Contemplative Center / Aidlin Darling Design

14:00 - 18 March, 2015
Windhover Contemplative Center / Aidlin Darling Design, © Matthew Millman Photography
© Matthew Millman Photography

© Matthew Millman Photography © Matthew Millman Photography © Matthew Millman Photography © Matthew Millman Photography + 10

  • Architects

  • Location

    Stanford University, 450 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA 94305, United States
  • Principal-in-Charge

    Joshua Aidlin (registered architect)
  • Principal

    David Darling (registered architect)
  • Project Manager

    Roslyn Cole (registered architect)
  • Project Designer

    Kent Chiang
  • Project Team

    Melinda Turner, Michael Pierry, Jeff LaBoskey
  • Area

    4000.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2014
  • Photographs

Solar Decathlon 2013: Stanford University Places Fifth Overall, Ties First in Affordability

01:00 - 20 October, 2013
Solar Decathlon 2013: Stanford University Places Fifth Overall, Ties First in Affordability, Courtesy of Start.Home - Solar Decathlon Team Stanford
Courtesy of Start.Home - Solar Decathlon Team Stanford

Stanford University's Start.Home has won fifth place overall and tied for first place in affordability in the 2013 Solar Decathlon. Read the team’s description to learn more:

For the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2013, Stanford University designed the Start.Home to provide energy efficiency at the push of a button to a new generation of environmentally conscious occupants. With modular architecture and advanced controls to optimize each component, the house aims to spark a revolution by lowering the entry barrier for an ultra-efficient house and making sustainability trendy, social, and affordable.

Aidlin Darling Design Breaks Ground on Windhover Contemplative Center in Stanford

01:00 - 4 August, 2013
Aidlin Darling Design Breaks Ground on Windhover Contemplative Center in Stanford , Courtesy of Aidlin Darling Design
Courtesy of Aidlin Darling Design

San Francisco-based Aidlin Darling Design has broke ground on the Windhover Contemplative Center at Stanford University. Inspired by Nathan Oliveira’s meditative Windhover paintings, the single-story, 4,000 square foot spiritual retreat is intended to provide students, faculty and staff members a quiet place of refuge from the intensity of daily life. 

Bing Concert Hall / Ennead Architects

01:00 - 22 February, 2013
© Jeff Goldberg / Esto
© Jeff Goldberg / Esto
  • Architects

  • Location

    Lasuen Street, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305, United States
  • Design Partner

    Richard Olcott
  • Management Partner

    Timothy Hartung
  • Senior Designer

    Stephen Chu
  • Project Manager

    Steven Peppas
  • Project Architects

    Chris Andreacola (Concept), Mahasti Fakourbayat (Design), Greg Clawson (Construction)
  • Project Team

    Gary Anderson, Andrew Burdick, Jeff Geisinger, Kyo Jin, Joerg Kiesow, Stephen Kim, Lindsay McCullough, Charmian Place, Yong Roh, Andy Sniderman, Aimee St. Germain, Na Sun, Marcela Villarroel-Trindade, Todd Walbourn, Desiree Wong
  • Area

    112365.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2012
  • Photographs

© Jeff Goldberg / Esto © Jeff Goldberg / Esto © Jeff Goldberg / Esto © Jeff Goldberg / Esto + 21