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.
Curbed brings "Transportation Week" to New York, spotlighting various projects around the city's five boroughs. Moynihan Train Hall, the SOM-designed project to convert the James A. Farley Post Office into a spacious transportation hub within an improved Penn Station, is featured.
Curbed features two SOM-designed projects in a roundup of beautiful airports around the world, originally published in May, 2017. Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport's Terminal 2 and Changi International Airport's Terminal 3 are recognized for innovative and culturally resonant designs.
Curbed includes the planned transformation of Philadelphia's 30th Street Station in a special feature produced for "Transportation Week." Amtrak's search for a developer to carry out the SOM-designed master plan for the train station and surrounding neighborhood is currently underway.
Archello spotlights the FBI Biometric Technology Center in Clarksburg, West Virginia. The facility's "future-proof" and sustainable design features create a flexible and adaptable high performance workplace for the largest division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
ArchDaily features the recently opened exhibition "SOM: Engineering x [Art + Architecture]." Through hand-drawn sketches, structural models, and animation, the exhibition reveals the research and process behind SOM's groundbreaking structural innovations.
In preparation for the Facades+ conference in Los Angeles, The Architect's Newspaper highlights works by local designers and practices. SOM's Paul Danna, José Luis Palacios, Garth Ramsey, and Keith Boswell are featured, as are Olympia and the new United States Courthouse in Los Angeles.
Dezeen reports on "SOM: Engineering x [Art + Architecture]," opened in partnership with the Chicago Architecture Biennial and Mana Contemporary Chicago. An exploration of the collaborative process between engineers, artists, and architects, the exhibition gives insight into SOM’s practice.
Designboom covers "SOM: Engineering x [Art + Architecture]," an exhibition presented by Mana Contemporary in partnership with the Chicago Architecture Biennial. The exhibition delves into SOM's design principles through a series of defining themes.
Metropolis includes "SOM: Engineering x [Art + Architecture]" in a roundup of highlights from the Chicago Architecture Biennial. A survey of SOM's tradition of working with leading artists, the exhibition features content from collaborations with Pablo Picasso, Janet Echelman, and Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle.
On September 5th, 2017, the official ribbon cutting took place for the Moscone Center in San Francisco. San Francisco Chronicle Urban Design Critic John King toured the space with SOM and Mark Cavagnero Associates, the design team leading the expansion and improvement of the space.
The Detroit News reports on the Detroit East Riverfront Framework Plan, a project designed to transform a blighted, industrial area into a vibrant public waterfront accessible to all Detroit residents. Writer James Dickson speaks with SOM Associate Director Aaron May.
Curbed shares progress on the SOM-designed building at 1515 West Webster Avenue along the North Branch of the Chicago River. Developed by Sterling Bay, the building will house the Midwest headquarters of logistics company C.H. Robinson.
The FBI Biometric Technology Center is featured in Dezeen. SOM’s design integrates architecture, interiors, structural engineering, and sustainability to create a high performance workplace that meets Department of Defense standards.
In a map of Chicago's biggest construction projects, Curbed profiles The Lincoln Common, a new 1.1 million-square-foot mixed-use development on the site of the former Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood.