The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) has named five SOM projects as 2021 Award of Excellence winners. The winners were awarded in recognition for their outstanding contributions to the design of tall buildings and cities.
On September 18th, 2020, SOM Directors Chuck Besjak and Preetam Biswas and Associate Director Ronald Johnson will speak at the American Society of Civil Engineers' 2020 V-Tech Conference. The program features technical presentations from the 2020 Architectural Engineering Institute's Professional Project Awards winners.
In a public vote hosted by ARCHIVIBE, the 2020 London Festival of Architecture, and BowerBird, The Stratford was selected as the second-most influential work of architecture in London. The project reimagines high-rise living by building a community through a series of dramatic sky gardens.
The Stratford has been named a finalist in the 2020 RIBA Regional Awards. The tower, which combines a five-star hotel with apartments, was included on the East London shortlist.
The Straits Times reports on steps workplaces are taking to adjust to COVID-19, both in the near term and in the future. Guoco Tower is highlighted as a primary example for its advanced mechanical equipment and sustainability strategies.
In the first-ever Urban Land Institute Europe Awards for Excellence, The Stratford has been selected as one of ten finalists. The project, a residential and hotel tower near Stratford International station in London, represents a new model for high-rise living.
One Manhattan West and Tianjin CTF Finance Centre have received multiple 2020 Professional Project Awards from the Architectural Engineering Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers. The honors include Best Overall Project and Most Innovative Project.
The Stratford has been named a finalist in the 2020 MIPIM Awards. The London tower, which combines a five-star hotel with apartments, was selected in the Best Residential Development category.
One Manhattan West was selected as a merit award recipient in the 2020 AIA New York Chapter Design Awards. The project is the first new office tower to reach completion in the Manhattan West Development on New York City's Far West Side.