High Performing Buildings magazine features an article written by SOM Associate Director Steven Zimmerman about the New United States Courthouse in Los Angeles. Zimmerman explores the building's energy efficiency, sustainability, and structural design.
Interior Design interviews SOM Partner Stephen Apking on the office designs for Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA) in Mexico City and Madrid. Apking explains how the projects came to be, what principles influenced the interior designs, and discusses the BBVA Global Interior Design Standards.
The Commercial Observer ranks SOM on its list of New York City's top commercial interior design firms of 2018. Interior Design Partner Stephen Apking shares insight on SOM's approach to designing spaces that support clients' goals, discussing the Waldorf Astoria hotel and other projects.
Contract magazine explores the use of quantifiable data in the design process. SOM Partner Stephen Apking and Associate Director Lois Wellwood, both of whom are based in New York, and Associate Anisa Mohammed, who is based in Washington, D.C., share insight on the use of data in the firm's projects.
The Architect's Newspaper examines the elements of workplace design that go beyond environmentalism to address user health and well-being. The WELL Building Standard® is outlined, with the SOM-designed JTI Headquarters cited as a case study for the WELL concepts of Air, Mind, and Fitness.
Interior Design Magazine honored SOM's JTI Headquarters project in Geneva, Switzerland, with a 2016 Best of Year Award. The program, now in its 11th year, honors the most significant interior design projects around the world.
On October 28th, 2016, SOM Interior Design Partner Stephen Apking will moderate a panel discussion at Office of the Future, a summit on workplace design and strategy. The event brings together over 350 industry leaders to discuss ideas and future trends in office design.
Stephen Apking, SOM Interior Design Partner, is quoted in an article on workplace design in today’s Wall Street Journal. The story traces the evolution of popular office designs throughout the 20th century, many of which, according to Apking, incorporated “ideas ahead of their time.”
When the U.S. Census Bureau outgrew its 65-year-old building, it turned to SOM to provide a solution that would apply the latest corporate-workplace thinking to a government agency while producing one of the most sustainable offices in the country.