BBC's Rachael Gillman interviews SOM Managing Partner T.J. Gottesdiener for the "Witness" history program. Gottesdiener discusses the aftermath of the September 11th attacks and the complex political and social factors that influenced the subsequent design of One World Trade Center and the surrounding site.
The Real Deal features a selection of some of the largest projects underway in New York City and includes the SOM-designed 2 Manhattan West. The tower is part of the larger Manhattan West Development, a 5-million-square-foot project on New York's Far West Side.
ArchiteXX interviews SOM Director Nicole Dosso about her two-decade-long experience at SOM. She touches upon her contributions to key projects such as One World Trade Center and Moynihan Train Hall, her approach to the technical side of design, and the lessons she's learned along the way.
Curbed features 20 largescale developments in New York City's five boroughs. Hudson Yards, the Manhattan West Development, Cornell Tech, and the World Trade Center are included as projects that are transforming the landscape of the city.
NYC Architects ranks SOM at number one in its list of the most influential commercial architects in New York City. Projects featured in the article include One World Trade Center, the Manhattan West Development, and Moynihan Train Hall.
At the beginning of each year, the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) releases a report examining every building measuring 200 meters or taller completed during the previous year. The 2017 CTBUH Year in Review features five SOM projects.
The Real Deal features SOM in its list of the firms behind New York City's biggest projects by square footage. SOM's 401 West 31st Street and 442 West 33rd Street, both part of the Manhattan West Development and led by Managing Partner Kenneth A. Lewis, are included.
On December 12th, 2017, James Carpenter delivered a lecture titled "Light in the Public Realm" at SOM's San Francisco office. Carpenter, founder of the design studio James Carpenter Design Associates, has a longstanding collaborative history with SOM.
In honor of International Women's Day, Curbed highlights the contribution that women have made in designing and building some of New York's most iconic structures, including One World Trade Center. SOM Director Nicole Dosso served as Senior Technical Coordinator for the 104-story tower.