The Moon Village has received an honorable mention in Architect Magazine's 2019 R+D Awards. The annual program, now in its 13th year, awards technological advancements in the industry.
The Architects' Journal features Manhattan Loft Gardens, a 143-meter-tall tower in London. The building combines rental apartments, a five-star hotel, two restaurants, and cedar-lined sky gardens carved out of the building's profile.
Dezeen features Manhattan Loft Gardens, a 42-story building located near Stratford International station in London. With a uniquely engineered concrete and steel frame, the double-cantilevered tower combines residential apartments and a hotel.
The new International Arrivals Facility (IAF) at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is highlighted in the July issue of Architectural Record magazine. Designed by SOM in collaboration with Miller Hull, the IAF is one of six major aviation projects that will soon be ready at airports around the globe.
Architectural Record talks to Managing Partner Laura Ettelman and Director Derek Moore about what's next for the future of airport design. The two share insight on the local inspiration behind Terminal 2 of Kempegowda International Airport.
ArchDaily profiled 100 Mount Street, the recently completed tower in North Sydney. With an innovative cross-braced exoskeleton structure, the 39-story building is a distinctive addition to the city’s growing north side business district.
The first edition of "Building Sounds," a podcast created by London Festival of Architecture, explores the history of Canary Wharf. Daniel Ringelstein speaks about SOM's role in designing the master plan for the district, which has shaped its ongoing development across three decades.
Interior Design magazine highlighted the Optimo Hat Company in its coverage of the annual IIDA Interior Design Competition. The SOM-designed conversion of a historic firehouse into the factory and headquarters for the Chicago-based hat maker was named one of five winners in the awards program.
SOM's master plan for Shanghai Old Town is featured in the current Congress for New Urbanism (CNU) Journal. The project, a recipient of a 2019 CNU Charter Award, prioritizes the preservation of one of Shanghai's oldest districts while allowing for modernization and strategic development.
Dezeen features SOM’s Tenaya Towers at UC Santa Barbara, exploring how the project fits into the university's master plan, also designed by SOM. The towers are part of a larger student housing development, named the San Joaquin Villages, which includes residential buildings designed by various architects.
Commercial Observer sits down for an interview with Partner T.J. Gottesdiener. Gottesdiener discusses the architectural renaissance happening in New York today, SOM's planned relocation to 7 World Trade Center, and the firm's impact on the revitalization of Columbus Circle.
The workplace for Los Angeles-based media company Awesomeness is featured in the latest issue of Contract Magazine. Located in a former Paper Mate pen factory, the SOM-designed office space blurs the line between work and lifestyle.
The Superior Court of California in San Diego is featured in Structure Magazine. Designed by SOM, the courthouse is a bold civic landmark that provides a new judicial facility with enhanced seismic performance.
SOM's Gunnar Hand speaks with Architectural Record about the significance of technology and data in the development of urban environments. Hand discusses the RegenCities project, a mapping-based community development initiative that seeks to make cities more equitable, efficient, and livable.
BluPrint interviews the developer of NEX Tower, a crystalline office building in Manila's Makati business district. The building's human-centered design includes the largest green wall in the Philippines, along with spaces that prioritize daylight and views.