For its 125th anniversary issue, Architectural Record names the top 125 buildings built since the magazine's founding in 1891. Three SOM projects were honored: Lever House, Cathedral of Christ The Light, and Burj Khalifa.
Architectural Digest places the Cathedral of Christ the Light at the top of its itinerary for a perfect visit to Oakland. The SOM-designed building, composed of an inner wooden vessel sheathed in a veil of glass, conveys openness and welcome in Oakland's downtown.
Each week, Dwell magazine highlights their favorite design or architecture Instagram photo. Last week, the publication featured an elegant photo of the SOM-designed and engineered Cathedral of Christ the Light in Oakland, California.
Craig Hartman, SOM Design Partner, will speak at the Ball State University College of Architecture and Planning's 50th Anniversary Symposium on April 9, 2015. A former recipient of the University’s Distinguished Alumni Award, Craig will give the keynote lecture titled “Shadow and Light: Making Sacred Space for the 21st Century."
Architecture & Design recently featured an upcoming symposium on church design in Melbourne, Australia. SOM Design Partner Craig Hartman will speak about the Cathedral of Christ the Light at the event.
Craig Hartman, SOM Design Partner, will give a keynote speech at a symposium on church design in Melbourne, Australia. The event will focus on the Cathedral of Christ the Light, designed by SOM.
The Catholic News Agency highlights an upcoming symposium on church design that will focus on the Cathedral of Christ the Light. SOM Design Partner Craig Hartman will give a keynote lecture at the event.
On December 9, 2014, two SOM experts will help lead a tour and combined workshop of the Cathedral of Christ the Light. The building, which is composed of an inner wooden vessel sheathed in a veil of glass, was designed by SOM and is located in Oakland, California.
The American Concrete Institute has chosen SOM’s Cathedral of Christ the Light as the cover photo of its Formwork for Concrete Manual, now in print for its 50th year. The building achieves an extraordinary level of lightness and luminosity through the highly innovative use of modest materials.