Those years of cut fingers and days spent away from the drafting table are long gone with the advent of 3-D printers, a revolution that has come to a relief who used to struggle in the wood shop.
From 200 registrants and 50 submissions, the winning designs were chosen by Artaic. Creativity, collaboration, and innovation were key elements in the Design ‘N Gather (DNG) Mosaic Design Competition organized by Artaic, and Lindsay Story’s creation was one of the finalists.
For 50 years, people have debated the beauty or starkness of the Brutalist architecture at UMass Dartmouth. But whether people love it or hate it, university officials want the campus to be more welcoming, better connected and energy efficient. And they have kicked off a process to redesign the school.
Heading into the close of the U.S. Green Building Council Maryland Chapter’s (USGBC Maryland) 10th Anniversary year, the organization recently held elections for individuals to serve a 2015-2017 term on the Board of Directors.
Completed in July 2013, Roosevelt Point was designed as an infill project providing a vibrant, urban response within the culturally diverse Roosevelt Row Arts District. The project is a blend of market-rate and student housing options thoughtfully and seamlessly connected by vibrant public spaces and high-end amenities.
After Dick’s death in 1995, he bequeathed the 881-acre former rice plantation 19 miles outside of Charleston, South Carolina, to the institution as a “conservationist’s classroom.” The college hired Baltimore-based Ayers Saint Gross to convert the property, a wooded marshland along the Stono River, into a nature preserve and research facility.
Until now, Maryland had about 400 monuments and memorials honoring veterans, but none of them focused specifically on women.
The group opened its own studio: Yoga NoMa. The cozy room with bamboo floors hosts several classes a day in multiple styles for all levels of students. Ayers Saint Gross, a neighborhood architecture firm, offered its interior design services gratis.
University of Arizona is breaking ground today on a $136 million research building on the Phoenix Biomedical Campus in downtown Phoenix, creating more than 800 jobs in the process.
Ayers Saint Gross was bestowed the honor of receiving three SCUP awards this year for College of Charleston Dixie Plantation Master Plan, University of Wisconsin-Madison Master Plan, and University of Baltimore for John and Frances Angelos Law Center.