At the 2015 AIA New York State Conference, SOM's Mark Regulinski will participate in a seminar with the Center for Architecture Science and Ecology (CASE), a research center created by SOM and the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. The seminar will highlight the work of this trailblazing industry-academic partnership.
SOM has received five 2014 Design Awards from the Middle East Chapter of the AIA, more than any other firm this year. SOM projects received the Design Award, the highest honor, across four categories, as well as one Merit Award.
The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies have honored five SOM projects with their prestigious International Architecture Awards.
Nicholas Scalco, SOM Senior Digital Designer, will speak at the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Technology Symposium tomorrow. The annual conference brings together computational specialists to discuss and present how they use technology to enhance building design and construction.
SOM has won a total of eight Spark Awards in the categories of space, transport, and app design. Spark is a community of creative people, bound together by the idea that design can make positive change in the world.
SOM's plan for Sheikh Khalifa Medical City has won a 2013 National Healthcare Design Award from the American Institute of Architects and the Academy of Architecture for Health.
SOM has been named Large Middle East Firm of the Year by Middle East Architect magazine. In addition to this honor, SOM Partner William F. Baker was named Middle East Engineer of the Year and Sheikh Khalifa Medical City was acknowledged as Institutional Project of the Year.
Sheikh Khalifa Medical City, a massive medical complex in the heart of Abu Dhabi, is featured in Architect Magazine’s “On the Boards” series. Construction on the facility—which will be the largest hospital in the UAE—is slated to begin in 2013.
ArchDaily reports on the recent unveiling of SOM’s design for Sheikh Khalifa Medical City, a massive complex in the heart of Abu Dhabi that combines a general hospital with medical centers for women and children. This shared-services model enhances patient care while improving efficiency.