3/17/20

People

A Message to Our Global Community

As reports of Coronavirus continue to develop, the care for our people and community is of the utmost importance to us. We are dedicated to doing our part to flatten the curve of this pandemic.

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A Message to Our Global Community

3/16/20

SOM in the Press

Ho Bee Land Wins S$223.6m Tender for Biomedical Sciences Facility at One-North

The Business Times reports on Biopolis 6, a new biomedical sciences facility designed by SOM. The building is the latest addition to the One North Masterplan, Singapore's emerging science and technology development, and features a community-focused design that fuses elements of nature, technology, and wellness.

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Ho Bee Land Wins S$223.6m Tender for Biomedical Sciences Facility at One-North

3/11/20

People

Javier Arizmendi Elevated to AIA College of Fellows

SOM Design Director Javier Arizmendi has been elevated to the College of Fellows by the American Institute of Architects. Established in 1952, the College recognizes architects whose work has advanced both society and the field of architecture.

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Javier Arizmendi Elevated to AIA College of Fellows

3/11/20

Awards, Press Releases

SOM Foundation Announces Two Winners of the 2019 Research Prize

The SOM Foundation is pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 SOM Foundation Research Prize. Two university-led teams will each receive a grant of $40,000 to conduct original research on the topic “Shrinking our Agricultural Footprint.”

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SOM Foundation Announces Two Winners of the 2019 Research Prize

3/10/20

SOM in the Press

Aerial Walkway: Sea-Tac Airport Near Seattle

Structure Magazine, a German-language publication by DETAIL, features the new aerial walkway at Sea-Tac International Airport in the March 2020 issue. Recently installed, the walkway connects the soon-to-be completed International Arrivals Facility to the airport’s existing South Satellite terminal.

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Aerial Walkway: Sea-Tac Airport Near Seattle

3/6/20

SOM in the Press

Condo Sales Begin at the Revamped Waldorf Astoria

The New York Times reports on the renovation and restoration of the Waldorf Astoria. Led by SOM, with residential interiors by Jean-Louis Deniot, the project is slated for completion in 2022.

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Condo Sales Begin at the Revamped Waldorf Astoria

3/6/20

People, SOM in the Press

Sneak Peek Inside New Waldorf Astoria New York

Rosanna Scotto of Good Day New York tours the iconic Waldorf Astoria with Associate Director Frank Mahan. SOM is leading the renovation and restoration of the hotel's landmarked spaces.

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Sneak Peek Inside New Waldorf Astoria New York

3/5/20

Events, People

Yasemin Kologlu Speaks at Kennesaw State University

On March 16th, Design Director Yasemin Kologlu will speak at the fourth annual EQUINOX symposium at Kennesaw State University. The event focuses on the 17 interconnected United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to catalyze multidisciplinary partnership and scholarship on sustainability.

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Yasemin Kologlu Speaks at Kennesaw State University

3/3/20

People, SOM in the Press

With Disney, a Manhattan Neighborhood Reinvents Itself

The New York Times highlights 4 Hudson Square, Disney's new headquarters for its New York operations, and talks with Design Partner Colin Koop. Designed by SOM, the building will will fit seamlessly into its neighborhood of Hudson Square, a distinguished Lower Manhattan district that is rapidly transforming into a major center for startups, media, and technology.

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With Disney, a Manhattan Neighborhood Reinvents Itself

3/2/20

Events, People

SOM Participates in New York Build 2020 Expo

In March, SOM will participate in the New York Build 2020 Expo. The two-day event will feature panel discussions, workshops, and other sessions focused on contemporary issues in the construction industry.

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SOM Participates in New York Build 2020 Expo

3/2/20

SOM in the Press

New Technologies Help Concrete Go on a Greenhouse-Gas Diet

Architectural Record spotlights CarbonCure technology, an innovative approach to reducing the global concrete industry's massive carbon footprint. In San Francisco, the SOM-designed new academic building for UC Hastings College of the Law utilizes the new technology in its poured concrete floors.

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New Technologies Help Concrete Go on a Greenhouse-Gas Diet

3/1/20

SOM in the Press

Billie Jean King Main Library

The new Billie Jean King Main Library is featured in the March issue of Architectural Record. The two-story timber structure prioritizes sustainability, and its use of exposed Douglas fir creates a warm and inviting interior space for the community of Long Beach.

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Billie Jean King Main Library

3/1/20

SOM in the Press

Tinsel-Town Turret

Sunset La Cienega Hotel is featured in the Spring 2020 issue of AN Interior magazine. The two-tower boutique hotel, located on the iconic Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, was designed in conjunction with the neighboring Sunset La Cienega Residences.

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Tinsel-Town Turret

2/26/20

People

Trailblazing Architects Inspire Future Design Leaders

Throughout February, a group of our designers active in NOMA has worked to shine the spotlight on notable architects who have worked at SOM over the years—pioneering figures who broke barriers decades ago, and leaders who continue to shape the future of architectural practice.

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Trailblazing Architects Inspire Future Design Leaders

2/25/20

Events, Press Releases

Georgi Petrov and Daniel Inocente Lead Seminar at John Hopkins University

On February 27th, 2020, Associate Director Georgi Petrov and senior architectural designer Daniel Inocente will lead a graduate seminar at the Department of Civil Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. In a presentation titled "Architecture in the Age of a New Frontier," they will discuss the future of designing for space exploration.

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Georgi Petrov and Daniel Inocente Lead Seminar at John Hopkins University