The Architect's Newspaper explores the new federal courthouse in downtown Los Angeles, designed by SOM. The article examines the building's structural engineering, security features, and energy efficient design in detail, including its daylighting strategies that reduce the need for artificial lighting.
Five SOM projects are featured in "CTBUH Year in Review," an annual report with data on the world's new tallest buildings. Beijing Greenland Center, Tanjong Pagar Centre, 252 E. 57th Street, Ningbo Bank of China, and Chongqing Rural Commercial Bank Financial Building made the list.
Los Angeles Downtown News reports on the proposed Olympia project, designed by SOM in collaboration with P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S. With three towers, the tallest of which will reach 65 stories, the complex contributes to the city's growing downtown skyline.
The San Francisco Chronicle features 350 Mission as an ambitious and compelling addition to the city's skyline. The office tower's innovative design and structural engineering includes a street-level public space that aims to encourage social interaction.
Business Insider includes the SOM-designed Chicago Public Library, Chinatown Branch in a list of the most beautiful libraries found in each U.S. state. Opened in 2015, the library serves as a new civic, educational, and social hub for Chicago’s Chinatown neighborhood.
Connect Commercial Real Estate features the proposed Olympia Towers project in downtown Los Angeles. With three towers designed by SOM in collaboration with P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, the highest of which will reach 65 stories, the complex will connect the Financial District and South Park neighborhoods.
Dezeen covers the proposed Olympia project, designed by SOM in collaboration with P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S. The development contributes to the downtown Los Angeles skyline with three connected high-rises that include residential units, shopping and dining amenities, and landscaped open space.
Wired Magazine features two buildings designed by SOM in a review of the year's best architecture. The recently opened federal courthouse in Los Angeles and the newest building at the U.S. Air Force Academy both made the list.
The Architect's Newspaper features the recently revealed Olympia mixed-use development in downtown Los Angeles' entertainment district. Designed by SOM in collaboration with P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, the three-tower project includes 1,367 residential units, 40,000-square-feet of retail space, and 115,000-square-feet of open space.
LAist reports on the potential future skyline of downtown Los Angeles and the recently announced Olympia mixed-use development across from L.A. Live. SOM's design for the multi-tower project, a collaboration with P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, includes a tower that would be the tallest residential building in the State of California.
The Los Angeles Times covers the planned Olympia mixed-use development in downtown Los Angeles. Designed by SOM in collaboration with P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, the project includes three residential towers across from L.A. Live that are connected at lower levels with dining, retail, and landscaped outdoor spaces.
In the book "Columbia in Manhattanville," SOM Partner Anthony Vacchione, former Partner Marilyn Taylor, and former project team members Lois Mazzitelli and Philip Palmgren discuss the collaborative design behind the master plan for Columbia University's campus expansion.
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.
Urbanize.LA covers a proposed mixed-use development in downtown Los Angeles, designed by SOM in collaboration with P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S. The project includes three high-rise buildings and features a combination of residential, retail, restaurant, and open space.
New Atlas includes One World Trade Center in a round-up of the most iconic projects it has covered in 2016. Recently certified LEED® Gold, the skyscraper reasserts downtown Manhattan's preeminence as a global business center and serves as an architectural landmark for New York City and the nation.