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.
Mondo*arc India, as published by Issuu, profiles the SOM-designed Godrej BKC in Mumbai. SOM Associate Director Peter Lefkovits shares insight on the impact the project has had on the Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) commercial market of the city.
In celebration of India's Independence Day, designMENA presents a selection of buildings that have shaped India's architectural landscape. The SOM-designed Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport and the Park Hyderabad are featured as innovative and culturally resonant projects.
Godrej Garden City, designed by SOM in 2008, received Green Residential Society Platinum Certification from the Indian Green Building Council. The township is the largest of its kind to receive this designation, which is recognized as the highest rating for residential societies.
Condé Nast Traveller tells the story of how Terminal 2 at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport came to be. The SOM-designed terminal in Mumbai serves 40 million travelers per year, nearly twice as many as the building it replaces.
Skift, an intelligence platform for the travel industry, announces Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai as a winner of the Airport Service Quality 2015 Awards. The airport, which has an SOM-designed terminal, tied for first place in its category.
SOM Associate Director Christoph Timm will join an invited group of international experts to discuss fire safety challenges and opportunities in Mumbai. The conference seeks to promote a greater understanding of international fire safety practices.
American-Architects.com recently recognized SOM’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Terminal 2 as its “Building of the Week.” SOM Design Partner Roger Duffy describes how the Mumbai hub expresses a conversation between vernacular and modern architecture.
Architizer spotlights SOM’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Terminal 2, winner of a Jury Award in this year’s A+ Awards program. Roger Duffy, SOM Design Partner, explains the inspiration behind the structure’s soaring, structurally groundbreaking design.
SOM’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Terminal 2 has been awarded a Platinum A’ Design Award in the Architecture, Building and Structure Design category. Given annually, the A’ Design Awards recognize design excellence across a wide spectrum of categories—from fashion and furniture design to urban planning and parametric design.
Three SOM projects have won the 2015 Architizer A+ Awards, a program that recognizes outstanding architecture in more than 90 distinct categories. Winners will be recognized at a formal gala on May 14, 2015.
SOM Associate Director Christoph Timm will give a keynote speech at ZAK World of Facades, a conference dedicated to facade design and engineering. Timm’s presentation will include cases studies on the facade designs of Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Terminal 2, One World Trade Center, as well as a general overview of SOM’s current work.
The Architectural Engineering Institute has recognized three SOM projects as part of its Professional Project Award program, which acknowledges and showcases outstanding achievements in design and construction within the architectural engineering field. Terminal 2 at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, China Merchants Tower & Woods Park, and San Bernardino Justice Center received awards.
Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Terminal 2 is included in the recently released book, “The Future of Architecture in 100 Buildings.” The bestseller spotlights outstanding works that “embody the future of architecture.” SOM’s striking airport building, located in Mumbai, is described as a “strong visual gateway.”
Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Terminal 2 has been named a finalist in ArchDaily’s 2015 Building of the Year Awards. Selected from more than 3,000 projects by ArchDaily readers, the SOM-designed terminal is one of only five contenders in the Public Architecture category.