Building: 1111 Lincoln Road
Location: Miami Beach, Florida
Design: Herzog & de Meuron
Architect of Record: Charles H. Benson & Associates Architects
Structural Engineering: Optimus Structural Design LLC
General Contractor: G.T. McDonald Enterprises Inc.
HVAC, Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering: Franyie Engineers Inc.
Landscape Design: Raymond Jungles
Civil Engineering Consultant: Kimley Horn and Associates
Size: 26,486 square feet
AE Interests: Parking structure / multi-purpose, angular columns, ambitious concrete flat-plate structure.
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Building: MIT Media Lab
Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Architect: Maki and Associates
Project Architect: Leers Weinzapfel Associates
Client: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Structural Engineers: Weidlinger Associates, Inc.
MEP Engineers: Cosentini Associates
Size: 163,000 square feet
Cost: 90 Million Dollars
AE Interests: Steel Moment Frames, Low-E Glazing, Aluminum Curtain Wall Shading, Multi-Purpose
Building: Herning Museum of Contemporary Art
Location: Herning, Denmark
Architect: Steven Holl Architects
Local Architect: Kjaer and Richter A/S
Client: Herning Center of the Arts
Structural Engineers: Niras
Mechanical Engineers: Niras, Transsolar
Landscape Architect: Schønherr Landskab
Size: 5,600 square meters/40,000 square meter site
AE Interests: Convex Ceilings, Curvalinear, Daylighting, Multi-Purpose Space, Two Way Truss System, Tension Suspended Roof
Building: MAXXI/National Museum of XXI Century Arts
Location: Rome, Italy
Architect: Zaha Hadid Architects
Project Architect: Gianluca Racana
Client: Italian Ministry of Culture, City of Rome, MAXXI Foundation
Structural Engineers: Anthony Hunt Associates, OK Design Group, Studio S.P.C S.P.L
Lighting Engineers: Equation Lighting
Acoustics Engineers: Paul Gillerion Acoustics
Planning: ABT (Rome)
Size: 30,000 square meters
AE Interests: Complex Geometry, Cantilever Deck, Daylighting Systems, Mechanized Lighting, Concrete Technology
Building: CJ Only One Center – South Korea
Location: Seoul, South Korea
Project Lead: Cannon Design
Client: CJ Corporation
Size: 1.2 Million square feet
Facilities: Offices, café bar, gymnasium, childcare, meeting rooms, data centers, and laboratory spaces
Design Concepts: Research and development facilities in three high-rise towers arranged around a dynamic central atrium to increase collaboration. Shading ribbons respond to solar exposure to alter the internal heat production.
AE Interests: Multipurpose, Solar Shading, Perforated Metal Envelope, Energy Efficiency, Curvilinear
Building: Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center
Location: Phoenix Arizona – Banner Gateway Medical Campus
Client: Banner Health
Architect, Structural, MEP & Interior: Cannon Design
General Contractor: DPR Construction
Civil Engineer: EPS
Size: 131,000 square feet
Cost: 109 Million Dollars
Facilities: Clincs, Radiation Treatment, Imaging, Support Services
Design Concepts: Improve patient comfort with natural light, water features, colored light design and nature views. The Lantern of Hope is an open air entry to the building that is illuminated at light with LEDs.
AE Interests: Healthcare Design, Solar Shading, Natural Light sources, Aluminum perforated tower, Local Masonry, Pre-Assembled Water-Jet cut Panels
Building: Linde + Robinson Laboratory for Global Environmental Science
Location: Pasadena, CA
Architect: Architectural Resources Group, Inc.
Landscape Architect: Kornrandolph
Contractor: Del Amo Construction, Inc.
Restoration Contractor: Spectra Company
Structural Engineer: John A. Martin & Associates, Inc.
Mechanical Engineer: Integral Group
Electrical Engineer: IDeAs (Integrated Design Associates, Inc.)
Civil Engineer: VCA Engineers, Inc.
Laboratory Planner: Cannon Design – Copenhagen
LEED Consultant: Davis Langdon, an AECOM Company
Client: California Institute of Technology
Uses: Laboratory and Office
Technology & Techniques: Renovated Astronomy coelostat for storm water retention, cooling tower storage, and entrance for daylight to all floors. Uses the eVap 1500 invented by Cannon Design Products group to reduce power load consumption by the laboratory equipment. Hydrogen fuel cells for main and back up power.
AE Interests: LEED Platinum, Historic Preservation, Laboratory Design, HVAC Design, Optics