The Roosevelt Island campus of Cornell Tech, which opened in September 2017, is featured in Architectural Record. Design Director Colin Koop shares insight on the amount of public space incorporated into SOM's master plan for the New York City campus.
SOM's Colin Koop discusses Cornell Tech in Building Design + Construction's Greenbuild Report. In creating the master plan for the new campus, SOM designed an elevated "Techwalk," or main pedestrian walkway, and other resilient features to account for its location in New York City's East River.
CityLab sits down with SOM Design Partner Roger Duffy to discuss Cornell Tech's New York City campus. SOM designed the master plan for the project, which was conceived in 2008 through an economic development initiative with former Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Dezeen features Cornell Tech's New York City campus, for which SOM designed the master plan. The 12-acre campus on Roosevelt Island officially opened in September, 2017, with three buildings designed by different architectural firms.
SOM Director Colin Koop discusses Cornell Tech's new campus with Fast Company's Co. Design. The Roosevelt Island campus of the applied sciences university, for which SOM designed the master plan, officially opened in September, 2017.
The real estate development website New York YIMBY features Cornell Tech's new Roosevelt Island campus. The design of the roughly 12-acre campus, based on a framework plan created by SOM, is expected to foster interaction and creativity.
Designboom features the new Cornell Tech campus, which officially opened on September 13th, 2017. Designed around a framework plan created by SOM, the campus sets a high standard for the intersection of technology and sustainability in New York City.
Officially opened on September 13th, 2017, the Roosevelt Island campus of Cornell Tech is featured in New York Magazine's Daily Intelligencer. SOM created the master plan for the new campus, which reflects "visionary eagerness" and a spirit of collaborative design.
Curbed reports on the New York City campus of Cornell Tech, which officially opened on September 13th, 2017. The advantages offered by the SOM-designed master plan, and the advanced and sustainable amenities offered within the campus' three main buildings, are highlighted.
The New York Times reports on the dedication ceremony at Cornell Tech's new campus on Roosevelt Island, which took place on September 13th, 2017. With a master plan designed by SOM, the campus is expected to encourage the growth of the New York City tech sector.
Metropolis reports that Cornell Tech's Roosevelt Island campus, for which SOM designed the master plan, is expected to be a strong representation of technology within the five boroughs of New York City. The campus officially opened on September 13th, 2017.
ArchDaily reports on the official opening of the Cornell Tech campus on Roosevelt Island in New York, which took place on September 13th, 2017. With a master plan designed by SOM, the campus features some of the most energy-efficient buildings in the world.
American School & University features Cornell Tech's Roosevelt Island campus, which officially opened with its first three buildings on September 13th, 2017. SOM designed the master plan for the campus of the applied science university, described as "the first ever built for the digital age."
Architectural Record reports on the dedication ceremony of Cornell Tech's new campus on Roosevelt Island. SOM created the master plan for the campus, which is expected to ensure that New York City maintains a high level of technological innovation.
In advance of World Architecture Day, Yahoo News features a roundup of eco-friendly projects around the globe. The Cornell Tech campus in New York City, for which SOM designed the master plan, is included as one architectural development that reflects this year's theme of "Climate, Change, Action!"
As part of the 2017 National Planning Conference, SOM's Meredith Bostwick-Lorenzo Eiroa assisted in a walking tour of Roosevelt Island in New York. Titled "Roosevelt Island: Planning for Unique Places," the tour included discussion of Cornell Tech, the new campus for which SOM created the master plan.
Crain's New York Business reports on how Cornell Tech, a new applied science university, has already begun transforming Manhattan's tech ecosystem. SOM created the master plan for the Roosevelt Island campus of the school, which is scheduled to open in September, 2017.
The New York Times highlights the new Cornell Tech campus on Roosevelt Island in New York City. SOM created the framework plan for the 12.4-acre applied science and engineering campus, an ambitious program that emphasizes sustainability and open space.
Plans for Cornell Tech's new university on Roosevelt Island, currently under construction, are featured on the institution's website. The master plan for the applied science university, designed by SOM, creates a boundary-free, 12.4-acre campus knit into the promenades and green spaces of the island.
The New York Times highlights three university projects that are transforming New York City. SOM created the master plans for two of these: the Cornell Tech campus on Roosevelt Island, and Columbia University's Manhattanville campus, designed in partnership with Renzo Piano Building Workshop.
In a roundup of new buildings to look forward to in 2017, Curbed features SOM's master plan for the Cornell Tech campus. The school, a new applied science university, will support collaboration between designers, engineers, entrepreneurs, and scientists.
In an article on New York's most significant developments, Fast Company's Co.Design highlights the Cornell Tech campus and Hudson Yards, two projects in which SOM is involved. Now under construction, these projects are transforming underutilized sites across the city.
In an interview with PLOT Magazine, Meredith Bostwick-Lorenzo Eiroa discusses her role at SOM, where she is an academic planner and project manager. The dialogue highlights projects including Barnard College's Teaching and Learning Center and John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Untapped Cities looks at SOM's master plan for Cornell Tech, the 2.1-million-square-foot technology campus on New York's Roosevelt Island. Building on the interdisciplinary spirit of the university, the plan intersperses corporate, academic, and residential spaces, while opening the campus to the public.
On March 30th, 2016, SOM's Roger Duffy will participate in a conference at MIT about creating places that drive innovation. There, he will speak about Cornell Tech, an example of the innovation that is made possible by partnerships between universities, government, and industry.
Wired features SOM’s master plan for Cornell Tech on New York City’s Roosevelt Island. The design orients the campus towards a centralized hub, thereby boosting spontaneous interactions and building upon the interdisciplinary spirit of the university.
With Cornell Tech’s recent groundbreaking, construction has officially begun on one of the world’s most ambitious academic hubs. The Roosevelt Island campus, which is master planned by SOM, deliberately intersperses corporate, academic, and residential spaces in an effort to encourage a fluid exchange of ideas.
On April 28, 2015, SOM Associate Director Colin Koop will serve as a panelist at the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Washington Real Estate Trends Conference in Washington, D.C. Koop will explore the rising popularity of districts that are designed to foster invention and exchange among institutions and businesses.
On October 10, SOM Associate Director Colin Koop will participate in a panel on technology and academia. The discussion, which is taking place as part of Dwell on Design NY, will explore how traditional classrooms can continue to engage a generation of digitally minded students.
In a recent roundup, Dwell spotlights three transformational education projects designed by SOM: University Center at the New School, the Cornell NYC Tech Framework Plan, and St. Alban’s School. SOM’s Colin Koop will discuss his work on these projects, and others, in an upcoming panel at the Dwell on Design NY conference.
On July 11, Laura Ettelman, SOM Director, and Meredith Bostwick-Lorenzo Eiroa, SOM Associate Director, will present at a AIA Regional Recovery Working Group workshop. The event brings stakeholders together who are engaged in resilient building and planning efforts across the region.
Cornell University has unveiled new renderings for its 2.1-million-square-foot technology campus planned for Roosevelt Island. Construction is expected to start early next year.
Julie Hiromoto, SOM Associate, will speak at the “Spotlight on Roosevelt Island” forum put on by GreenHomeNYC in August.
Cornell's new tech campus on Roosevelt Island got the official go-ahead from the City Council Wednesday, paving the way for the school to break ground in 2014. The 2-million-square-foot applied science and engineering school will occupy the site of the old Goldwater Hospital on the island's southern tip.
A plan to create a sleek campus for a high-tech, high-powered New York graduate school has gotten city lawmakers' approval. The City Council voted Wednesday on the plan to build Cornell NYC Tech on Roosevelt Island. The school is meant to help bring academic research to market and to foster the city's technology industry.