The National Museum of the United States Army was unanimously selected as one of three Architecture Award winners as part of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) DC Chapter Design Awards.
Building on SOM’s 30-year collaboration with Ritz-Carlton, the studio is designing a landmark mixed-use project in one of Nashville’s most vibrant cultural districts.
Designed and fabricated by SOM and the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, the pavilion is an open-air learning lab and gathering space for a school in Chicago’s South Shore.
Governor Kathy Hochul today unveiled designs for The High Line – Moynihan Train Hall Connector. The project is the latest chapter in the decade-long evolution of Midtown West in New York City.
The United States Naval Academy's Cyber Studies Building—Hopper Hall—and the National Museum of the United States Army have both been selected as winners of Engineering News-Record's MidAtlantic Best Projects awards.
Join an in-depth discussion with Zeb McLaurin and Dawveed Scully of the INVEST South/West initiative and the recently awarded Englewood Connect project.
The University of California, Merced 2020 Expansion has received a National Award of Merit for the Educational Facilities category from the Design-Build Institute of America.
One Manhattan West, Tianjin CTF Finance Center, and the Robotic Construction - the Glass Vault were named finalists in the 2021 IstructE Awards. The shortlist presents some of the world's most innovative and exemplary projects in structural engineering.
From August 10 to 12, SOM will lead a series of online panels and presentations as a part of the Arquitectos Colectivos Symposium.
SOM joins over 100 museums, architecture studios and community organizations involved in the 2021 Chicago Architecture Biennial. This year's edition will take place from September 17 until December 18 across various sites throughout the city.
In Carbon Leadership Forum's July issue of its Member Impact series, Sustainable Engineering Director and chair of the ASHRAE Task Force on Building Decarbonization, Embodied Carbon (LCA) work group, Luke Leung speaks on SOM's efforts to reduce embodied carbon emissions.
Moynihan Train Hall, the monumental civic project that converted the James A. Farley Post Office in New York City into an extension to Penn Station, has been recognized in the 2020/2021 World Architecture Festival Awards shortlist.
The City of Chicago has approved the sale and redevelopment of the abandoned Michael Reese Hospital site. The new Bronzeville Lakefront brings investment, health services, public space, and housing to the Bronzeville neighborhood in South Chicago.
For this year's Chicago Architecture Biennial, SOM is working with a team at the University of Michigan to design and build an outdoor pavilion utilizing robotic fabrication techniques for Epic Academy in South Shore. Constructed from sustainably sourced timber, the pavilion function as an outdoor classroom and an event and performance space.
The former Michael Reese Hospital site has been approved by the City of Chicago for the sale and zoning of the $4 billion mixed-use redevelopment, Bronzeville Lakefront, which will include commercial, institutional and residential spaces.