Four SOM projects have been named 2019 Global Award for Excellence winners by the Urban Land Institute (ULI). The Cornell Tech Campus Framework Plan and Phase 1 Site Development, Guoco Tower, the Knowledge and Innovation Community, and the Foshan Lingnan Tiandi Master Plan were all recognized.
Five SOM projects were selected as winners in the Urban Land Institute's Asia Pacific Awards for Excellence. The awards program recognizes projects in the region that exemplify the highest standards of land use and enhance the public realm.
Singapore's Land Transport Authority has selected Tanjong Pagar Centre as the winner of the Best Design Land Transport Integration category of its 2019 awards program. The award, presented at a ceremony in Singapore on March 29th, 2019, honors designs that incorporate multiple modes of transportation.
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.
SOM was recognized with three awards in the 2019 Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) Awards program. Manhattan Loft Gardens in London and Tanjong Pagar Centre in Singapore won a combined three Awards of Excellence.
World Architecture News recognized three SOM projects in the 2018 WAN Awards program. 252 East 57th Street was named the winner in the Tall Buildings category, while Tanjong Pagar Centre and Hangzhou Wangchao Center were selected as finalists.
Tanjong Pagar Centre in Singapore is now fully open. Situated between the city’s Central Business District and historic Chinatown, the development brings vibrant public space to a prime location, and was recognized with six awards from EdgeProp Singapore.
The Chicago chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) honored three SOM projects with three Design Excellence Awards. The award winners were announced at the 63rd annual Designight ceremony at the Navy Pier Aon Grand Ballroom on October 26th, 2018.
In an interview for Artnet News, SOM Senior Consulting Design Partner Roger Duffy discusses how the design of 252 East 57th Street was inspired by Alvar Aalto. Duffy shares insight on SOM's longstanding commitment to merging art and architecture and his interest in modernist design.