The Stratford has been named a finalist in the 2020 MIPIM Awards. The London tower, which combines a five-star hotel with apartments, was selected in the Best Residential Development category.
In The Structural Engineer, The Institution of Structural Engineers features a technical article about Manhattan Loft Gardens (now known as The Stratford) written by SOM's Dmitri Jajich and Stuart Marsh. Three triple-height sky gardens carved into the tower create an arresting silhouette on London's skyline.
Manhattan Loft Gardens, New Futura, the Cornell Tech Campus Framework Plan, and Moynihan Train Hall were shortlisted across six categories in the 2019 ABB LEAF Awards. The international award program, now in its 18th year, recognizes design excellence in projects around the world.
Three chapters of the Structural Engineers Association—in Illinois (SEAOI), New York (SEAoNY) and Northern California (SEAONC)—presented SOM with awards that recognize outstanding achievement and innovation in structural engineering.
The Architects' Journal features Manhattan Loft Gardens, a 143-meter-tall tower in London. The building combines rental apartments, a five-star hotel, two restaurants, and cedar-lined sky gardens carved out of the building's profile.
Dezeen features Manhattan Loft Gardens, a 42-story building located near Stratford International station in London. With a uniquely engineered concrete and steel frame, the double-cantilevered tower combines residential apartments and a hotel.
Five SOM projects have been selected as Architizer A+ Awards Finalists, ranging in categories from pavilion to library, residential building to masterplan. Popular Choice voting is open until July 5th.
In June, 2019, SOM will participate in the London Festival of Architecture, the world’s biggest annual architecture festival. On Saturdays throughout the month, SOM architects will lead tours of The Straford Hotel & Lofts at Manhattan Loft Gardens.
Three SOM projects are scheduled to compete in the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) awards program at the 2019 Tall + Urban Innovation Conference. The conference will take place in Shenzhen, China and is hosted by CTBUH.