It’s that time again, the 2012-2013 Dormy Awards. The Ayers Saint Gross-designed Ivory Tower at The George Washington University made the list.
“If you ask freshmen why they chose their colleges, they usually say one of two things,” says Baltimore architect Adam Gross, who’s worked on projects at the University of Virginia and Swarthmore. “Either they got a good financial aid package or they thought the campus was beautiful.”
If you were in Fells Point on Friday you probably noticed something unusual: landscape architects working to change the look of a simple parking space.
Under Armour Inc. wants to expand its Tide Point campus by 400,000 square feet, starting with a 20,000-square-foot retail store the company hopes to open in 2013. Ayers Saint Gross is the architect of the project.
With University of Colorado at Colorado Spring’s strategic plan set to expire next June, 2012, Aug. 30 marked the Chancellor’s opening forum for updating the strategic plan. Consultant Ayers Saint Gross will assist in planning the entire UCCS landscape, and because UCCS property sits within the North Nevada Avenue urban renewal zone, the funding for this consulting will come largely in part from the Colorado Springs Urban Renewal Authority.
Five Ayers Saint Gross employees got to share their style with the Baltimore Sun.