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This booklet presents 26 architectural models shown in the exhibition "Sky's the Limit: The Engineering of Architecture,"at the Utzon Center.
This book examines the challenges facing the Great Lakes region and puts forward a vision for its next 100 years.
This book presents the ideas, process, and collaboration behind SOM's building for Greenwich Academy.
This volume offers insights into the future of the skyscraper, economically, socially, and artistically.
This monograph surveys 30 of the most iconic buildings designed by SOM since its founding in 1936.
SOM Journal 10 is part of a continuing series that highlights conceptual undercurrents being developed at SOM.
SOM Journal 9 is part of a continuing series that highlights conceptual undercurrents being developed at SOM.
SOM Journal 8 is part of a continuing series that highlights conceptual undercurrents being developed at SOM.
SOM Journal 7 is part of a continuing series that highlights conceptual undercurrents being developed at SOM.
SOM Journal 6 is part of a continuing series that highlights conceptual undercurrents being developed at SOM.
SOM Journal 5 is part of a continuing series that highlights conceptual undercurrents being developed at SOM.
SOM Journal 4 is part of a continuing series that highlights conceptual undercurrents being developed at SOM.
SOM Journal 3 is part of a continuing series that highlights conceptual undercurrents being developed at SOM.
SOM Journal 2 is part of a continuing series that highlights conceptual undercurrents being developed at SOM.
SOM Journal 1 is part of a continuing series that highlights conceptual undercurrents being developed at SOM.
In the years 1997-2008, the period represented in this monograph, SOM’s dedication to a modern expression produced an important series of works at all scales, in a variety of typologies, in countries around the world.
This volume showcases SOM's high standards of design, imaginative structural solutions, exceptional detailing, city making on a grand scale, and expertise in managing large and complex sites.
This volume, which presents work from the 1970s and early 1980s, reproduces a monograph first published in 1983.
This volume, which presents work from the 1960s and early 1970s, reproduces a monograph first published in 1973.
This volume, which presents work from the 1950s and early 1960s, reproduces a monograph first published in 1962.
This book provides an essential guide to the fundamental principles of designing high-rise buildings.
A comprehensive guide to the design and execution of sophisticated exterior building enclosures, this book is focused on the design process for architects and related professionals.
The Grey Group Roof Deck maximizes the interactive possibilities of urban spaces, demonstrating how this setting can respond to the scarcity of ground-level space.
Chongming Island benefits from a magnificent setting, clean soil, beautiful farms, and adjacency to the vibrant center of Shanghai.
The Great Lakes contain 21 percent of the world’s fresh water. SOM has devised a 100-year plan that outlines measures to protect the lake system and promote sustainable development.
With its centennial approaching, St. Albans School embarked upon its first new construction project in nearly 30 years.
The Census Bureau complex is a study in how to design a very large corporate campus with minimal impact to its site through sustainable design.