The new anchor of the University of Arizona’s campus in downtown Phoenix has already received numerous awards for its architectural design and development. The building is even getting a starring role in a new television show.
Ayers Saint Gross is proud to announce that the United States Green Buildings Council has certified the new John and Frances Angelos Law Center at the University of Baltimore with the highest rating for sustainability under its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program.
The design of the Health Sciences Education Building (HSEB) at the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix is inspired by the iconic canyon formations found throughout the state. Made using predominately recycled copper, the medical education building’s facade blends in naturally with the southwestern landscape, resembling the stratified earth layers and majestic canyons for which Arizona is known.
The D.C. Public Library system (DCPL) released preliminary design ideas Friday for the renovation of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in Washington, D.C. The MLK Library, which opened in 1972, is the only library designed by modernist architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and was designated a historical landmark in 2007.
David talks to Adam Gross, principal of Ayers Saint Gross, about The Inner Harbor Plan 2.0. The Greater Baltimore Committee and the Waterfront Partnership retained Ayers Saint Gross to take a look at The Inner Harbor, and come up with some ideas to revitalize the waterfront area.
On December 6, in New York City, six jurors convened to parse the merits of the more than 250 projects submitted to AN’s first annual Best Of Design Awards. We will be posting selections in six categories, starting with Building Of The Year and moving through Best Facade, Best Interiors, Best Landscape, Best Fabrication Project, and Best Student Built Work. In each category the jury selected a winner and two honorable mentions
The Washington, D.C. block that houses the only library ever designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe looks very different today than when it opened in 1972.
A favorite rest stop for millions of travelers along Interstate 95 in Maryland will reopen its doors to the public next week after receiving a $30 million makeover by the state and its private-industry partners.
Architecture in downtown Phoenix has a new “bill of health”, thanks to the angular facade, cuts, notches, and skewed floor plan of the Health Sciences Education Building, located on the Phoenix Biomedical campus.
Commuters traveling down the busy Interstate 95 corridor in Harford County will now have a new $30 million travel plaza to stop and recharge at.