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Architecture Week 2017 applauds great architecture! The Pirbright Institute for Animal Health, by HDR, wins an AIA NJ Merit Award in the built open project category.

April 13, 2017

PIRBRIGHT INSTITUTE, Surrey, England A LABORATORY FOR LIVING In the countryside of Sussex, England, a new containment facility for the Pirbright Institute will revolutionize the way people work with viral diseases effecting animal and human health. The design ushers in a new paradigm for Category 4 bio-containment (similar to USBSL-3 enhanced) in which researchers work in labs and Read More

Architecture Week 2017 applauds great architecture! Guerrilla Fitness, by Solid & Void, wins an AIA NJ Merit Award in the interior category.

April 13, 2017

Guerrilla Fitness Cross Fit Gym MOVEMENT. The space in this Cross Fit Gymnasium had two intentions: 1) Create an office for the owners to have a reprieve from the dynamic activity of the patrons 2) Direct the patrons through an office space to where the exercise area is. The layout of the spaces are determined by these factors. Read More

Architecture Week 2017 applauds great architecture! The Unitarian Church in Summit, by ikon.5 architects, wins an AIA NJ Merit Award in the unbuilt category.

April 13, 2017

Unitarian Church Expansion, Summit, New Jersey The Unitarian congregation of Summit New Jersey currently gathers in a small neo-classical chapel on a downtown corner lot. Confronted with the need and desire to have all congregates gather together at one service, they embarked on an expansion project to create a new 400 person sanctuary on an adjacent lot. Inspired Read More

Architecture Week 2017 applauds great architecture! The Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science & Innovation, University of MD, by HDR, wins an AIA NJ Merit Award in the unbuilt category.

April 13, 2017

Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science + Innovation The new Center for Computer Science + Innovation creates a renewed identity for the Computer Science department and Institute for Advanced Computer Studies and will portray a progressive and contextual image on the College Park Campus that attracts curiosity and excitement, as much as it attracts students, faculty and partners. Easily visible, with views to Read More

Architecture Week 2017 applauds great architecture! Prospect Ave Residence by Joseph Hobart Weiss, Architect wins an AIA NJ Merit Award in the residential category

April 12, 2017

Prospect Avenue Residence, Princeton, NJ Having recently purchased a prominent corner lot in town, the client had specific goals in mind. They were moving back to the town center to enjoy a more walkable lifestyle.  They wanted a modern house, and they wanted to maximize the floor area allowed for the lot while respecting the neighborhood Read More

Architecture Week 2017 applauds great architecture! Village House by Stonewater Architects wins an AIA NJ Merit Award in the unbuilt category

April 12, 2017

 

April 13: Thomas Jefferson’s Birthday

April 12, 2017

JEFFERSON, A DESIGN-BUILD CONTRACTOR? In Jack McLaughlin’s book, Jefferson and Monticello, he writes: “Although there were no architects in the modern sense of the word – those who professionally designed buildings – in colonial Virginia, the more substantial plantation homes were constructed by professionals. It was usually a master bricklayer or carpenter who took on Read More

Architecture Week 2017 applauds great architecture! Rowan University Holly Pointe Commons by Erdy McHenry Architecture, LLC wins an AIA NJ Merit Award in the residential category

April 12, 2017

  HOLLY POINTE COMMONS, ROWAN UNIVERSITY:  GLASSBORO, NJ Holly Pointe Commons is located at the southeast corner of Rowan University’s main campus, bordered by Mullica Hill Road (route 322) and North Main Street. The building includes two interconnected wings joined by study bridges above the ground level. The building is organized along a gradual curve Read More

Architecture Week 2017 applauds great architecture! MD Anderson Cancer Center by HDR wins an AIA NJ Honor Award in the built category

April 12, 2017

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MD ANDERSON CANCER CENTER ZAYED BUILDING FOR PERSONALIZED CANCER CARE PREMISE: Architecture as a catalyst to curing cancer.   The design reinterprets the conventional laboratory building typology, and replaces it with a people-centric solution with a nexus of knowledge transfer and discovery at its heart.  The transparency of the design both literally Read More

Architecture Week 2017 applauds great architecture! 93 Reade Street by CTS Group wins an AIA NJ Merit Award in the historic preservation category

April 12, 2017

93 READE STREET, NEW YORK CITY   HISTORICAL NARRATIVE 93 Reade St. is located in New York City’s Tribeca South Historic District.  This 5-story cast iron store and loft building was constructed in 1857 for the Jones family and is among the oldest surviving cast-iron-fronted buildings in New York.  Designed in the Italianate style, the Read More

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