With help from experts at Docomomo, Curbed explores iconic examples of modern architecture throughout New York City. Lever House, One Chase Manhattan Plaza, and the Pepsi-Cola Corporation World Headquarters are highlighted, as are SOM designers Gordon Bunshaft and Natalie de Blois.
Public Safety Answering Center II and John Jay College of Criminal Justice are both recipients of an AIA NY Excelsior Award for Public Architecture. The award program recognizes buildings that serve as models of excellence for public design, professional practice, and advocacy.
In an interview with PLOT Magazine, Meredith Bostwick-Lorenzo Eiroa discusses her role at SOM, where she is an academic planner and project manager. The dialogue highlights projects including Barnard College's Teaching and Learning Center and John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
In a roundup of exceptional works of architecture in the United States, Business Insider includes three SOM-designed buildings: John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City, the W.R. Grace Building in New York City, and and U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel in Colorado.
SOM's designs for two university projects are currently on display at the University of Virginia, as part of the School of Architecture's inaugural Alumni Exhibit. Titled "Living Learning: Designing University Environments," the show is open to the public though August 19th, 2016.
Building Design + Construction reports on the winners of this year’s Innovative Design in Engineering and Architecture with Structure Steel (IDEAS²) award winners. Two SOM projects, Denver Union Station in Colorado, and John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, earned top honors
Two SOM projects, Denver Union Station and the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, have earned 2015 Innovative Design in Engineering and Architecture with Structural Steel (IDEAS2) awards. Given annually by the American Institute of Steel Construction, the IDEAS2 awards are the highest honors bestowed by the U.S. steel industry.
Metropolis Magazine recently spoke with “Built by Women” Director Carol Shapiro about the initiative’s new exhibition, which spotlights notable structures designed and built by women in New York City. Shapiro cites the Pepsi-Cola Corporation World Headquarters, designed by SOM’s Natalie de Blois, as one of the notable historic structures featured at the show.
Four SOM projects will be featured at the Built by Women NYC exhibition at the Center for Architecture in Manhattan. The show, which opens on March 2, 2015, will spotlight 98 sites designed, engineered, or constructed by women throughout the city.