The New York State chapter of the American Institute of Architects features five SOM-designed projects in its annual roundup of award winners. The publication showcases the recipients of the 2017 AIA New York State Design, Excelsior, and Honor Awards.
Public Safety Answering Center II and John Jay College of Criminal Justice are both recipients of an AIA NY Excelsior Award for Public Architecture. The award program recognizes buildings that serve as models of excellence for public design, professional practice, and advocacy.
In a roundup of exceptional works of architecture in the United States, Business Insider includes three SOM-designed buildings: John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City, the W.R. Grace Building in New York City, and and U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel in Colorado.
SOM's designs for two university projects are currently on display at the University of Virginia, as part of the School of Architecture's inaugural Alumni Exhibit. Titled "Living Learning: Designing University Environments," the show is open to the public though August 19th, 2016.
Building Design + Construction reports on the winners of this year’s Innovative Design in Engineering and Architecture with Structure Steel (IDEAS²) award winners. Two SOM projects, Denver Union Station in Colorado, and John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, earned top honors
Two SOM projects, Denver Union Station and the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, have earned 2015 Innovative Design in Engineering and Architecture with Structural Steel (IDEAS2) awards. Given annually by the American Institute of Steel Construction, the IDEAS2 awards are the highest honors bestowed by the U.S. steel industry.
Four SOM projects will be featured at the Built by Women NYC exhibition at the Center for Architecture in Manhattan. The show, which opens on March 2, 2015, will spotlight 98 sites designed, engineered, or constructed by women throughout the city.
The AIA recently announced the recipients of its 2015 Honor Awards. Gizmodo covers the winners in the Architecture Category, including SOM's John Jay College of Criminal Justice, located in New York City.
Dezeen presents the winners of AIA's 2015 Honor Awards, announced on January 9. Two SOM projects received awards: the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and the Beijing Tianqiao Performing Arts District Master Plan.
Archilovers shines the spotlight on the winning projects of AIA's 2015 Honor Awards, including the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Designed by SOM, the building provides all the functions of a traditional college campus within the confines of a single city block.
The American Institute of Architects has announced the recipients of the distinguished Honor Awards. SOM’s John Jay College of Criminal Justice won in the Architecture Category, and the Beijing Tianqiao Performing Arts District Master Plan won in the Regional & Urban Design Category.
The winners of the AIA's 2015 Honor Awards are featured in Architect Magazine. SOM's John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City won in the Architecture Category.
The AIA has released juror comments for SOM's John Jay College of Criminal Justice, which received the organization's Honor Award for 2015. Of note, the jury said "it is hard to imagine that it could be done better."
Four SOM projects have been selected as winners of the Built By Women New York City competition. Organized by the Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation, the program recognizes 100 New York City structures built or constructed by women. Exhibits, tours, and discussions will be held throughout 2015 to celebrate the historic and contemporary buildings.
The New York Council of the Society of American Registered Architects (SARA) has awarded John Jay College of Criminal Justice the NY Excellence in Urban Learning Environment Design Award in this year’s Design Awards program.
Today, ArchDaily features SOM’s University Center at The New School. The 16-story center strategically stacks learning, living, dining, and socializing spaces to create a vibrant vertical campus.
SOM has been chosen to design a new teaching and learning facility for Barnard College. Located on Barnard’s Morningside Heights campus, the new building will include classrooms, laboratories, dining areas, a library, and conference and study spaces.
After decades of growth, John Jay College has increasingly become a research-focused institution, especially in the area of criminal justice. A critical element of its transformation has been the implementation of an ambitious expansion plan that has nearly doubled its science facilities with laboratories for science education and research on campus.
SOM has received three 2013 Design Awards in the architecture category from the New York Chapter of the AIA, more than any other firm this year. The prestigious awards program recognizes outstanding architectural design and honor the architects, clients, and consultants who work together to achieve design excellence.
As part of an ongoing video series, Designer Pages Media speaks with Mustafa Abadan, SOM Design Partner, about various projects, including Tokyo Midtown and the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. "The determinants of design are so different from project to project," said Abadan, "but it's those elements that make the components of great architecture."
SOM set out to design a structure for John Jay College of Criminal Justice. The new design would not only increase the school’s space, but also unify its campus, all while providing sorely needed space for student life, auditoriums, lecture halls, and the technological setup for a 21st century school.
“Design by New York,” an annual exhibition presented by the New York chapter of the American Institute of Architects, is on view in Manhattan’s West 4th Street subway station. Five SOM-designed projects — Al Hamra Tower, Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Grey Group Roof Deck, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and The New School University Center — are on display until November 4, 2012.
SOM Design Partner Mustafa Abadan will participate in a panel discussion about the new John Jay College of Criminal Justice building in Manhattan.
SOM Journal, a continuing series that highlights the conceptual undercurrents being developed at the firm, presents a selection of recent SOM projects chosen by an external, interdisciplinary jury. The latest issue, SOM Journal 7, is dedicated to tall buildings.