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2013 design annual


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HOK’S MISSION IS TO DELIVER EXCEPTIONAL DESIGN IDEAS AND SOLUTIONS THROUGH THE CREATIVE BLENDING OF HUMAN NEED, ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP, VALUE CREATION, SCIENCE AND ART.


PREFACE


Design is the art and science of defining and

In science and art, success results from knowledge

creating optimal, sustainable and beautiful

and intuition. Though research and analysis

environments for people. HOK's design solutions

are essential, sparks of imagination ignite new

result from a collaborative process that encourages

discoveries. HOK’s approach emphasizes this

multidisciplinary professional teams to research

integrated design process. Our geographic and

alternatives, share knowledge and imagine new ways

cultural diversity expands our knowledge, which our

to solve the challenges of our built environment.

talented individuals transform into innovative design solutions that create real value.

Human need is the foundation of our creative process. Everything we do responds to the needs

We create this value for clients, users, communities

and aspirations of our clients and our communities.

and ourselves. From a robust exchange of ideas,

We give form and meaning to rooms, buildings,

solutions emerge that solve profound functional and

landscapes and cities. At every scale, we understand

technical challenges while creating lively, memorable

the flow of human activity that energizes the spaces

and sustainable places for people.

we design. We balance internal functions with external demands of site, climate and culture.

This is what motivates and unites us.

HOK's global practice compels us to be responsible

HOK Design Board

stewards of the environment. As we shape buildings and landscapes, we preserve natural resources and celebrate sustainable values. We measure our work by its contributions to the well-being of the users and the place.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Project Haiti Orphanage and Children's Center

10

agnès b. Asia Headquarters

20

Alibaba Campus Landscape Design

28

AOL Canada Headquarters

34

Austin Planetarium

42

Baku Flame Towers

48

BBC New Broadcasting House

56


Boston Seaport Square Conceptual Design

66

Carleton University Residence Commons Expansion

72

Concept Design for Confidential Pediatric Hospital Client

80

Confidential Airport Terminal Expansion Competition

88

Confidential Corporate Headquarters Competition

96

District of Columbia Consolidated Forensic Laboratory

126

Fisher Street Flats + Crossrail Shaft

136

Harlem Hospital Center Mural Pavilion

144

Huamao International Center

152

Humber College Building L Media Centre

160

Istanbul International Financial Center

168

KONE Centre

176

Marina Mall

184

Millward Brown Office

192

Moscow City Plots 17 + 18

198

Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital

204

National Mall Turf + Soil Reconstruction

212

NOAA Center for Weather and Climate Prediction

218

Ogilvy & Mather Office

228

PHX Sky Train™ at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport

232

Royal London Hospital

240

RSA Canada Headquarters

248

San Francisco Public Safety Building

254

Sun Moon Lake Resort Hotel

262

Tamar Redevelopment Project Landscape Design

270

Union Station Train Shed

276

United States Embassy in Moscow New Office Annex

286

University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

294

University of Florida Lake Nona Research Center

304

University of Miami Frost School of Music

312

Xiamen Cross Strait Financial Center Concept Master Plan

320

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INDIANAPOLIS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

118

500ft

Confidential Research Campus Competition

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Confidential Religious Institution Competition

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Confidential Hospital Competition


Project Haiti Orphanage and Children's Center 11

Port-au-Prince, Haiti

The net zero design uses passive and

The main three-story, L-shaped structure

pro bono design partner for Project Haiti,

renewable strategies to support a safe,

surrounds a central courtyard, the focal point

the replacement of an orphanage and

healthy environment for children, staff and

of the orphanage’s social life. A separate

children’s center that was severely damaged

future parents. The building systems are

tower contains training and office space.

Annual EUI: 34.76 kBtu / sf / yr

in the 2010 earthquake. In a country

designed to provide independence from

The kitchen and dining areas and corner stair

26.7% below ASHRAE 2007

with no enforceable codes or functioning

the city’s unreliable power grid, harnessing

tower provide refuge during hurricanes.

infrastructure, this design puts forward a net

excess energy to power streetlights and

zero energy, water and waste facility that

public charging stations on the street.

Completion: To be determined

meets LEED Platinum standards.

lightweight infill and contains a ground-level To ensure a safe water supply, a closed-loop

“safe zone” where occupants can gather in the

The design integrates biomimicry to create

system collects, treats and stores water

event of an earthquake.

a locally attuned and responsive building

on-site. A water collection system on the

solution. The building references a culturally

roof funnels water into an underground

significant keystone species, the kapok

cistern. Gray and black water are fed into a

tree, both in the branching diagrid supports

bioreactor, which filters and cleans it for

of the balcony system and the low emissivity,

reuse in landscaping.

heat-shedding characteristics of its second skin. Protecting the building like tree

To promote Haiti’s rich artistic heritage,

bark, a bamboo “boundary layer” shields

the design uses local materials and

exterior walkways and vertical surfaces

artwork, especially ironwork, murals and

from direct sunlight while allowing for

woodwork crafted by local artisans. Through

daylighting and natural ventilation. A roof

this project, designers intend to educate local

garden acts as the building’s “foliage,”

craftsmen on replicable, resilient

supporting the solar energy system and

construction techniques.

providing additional green space.

◄ central courtyard

In response to seismic risk, the design uses

2013 design annual

HOK is the U.S. Green Building Council's

6,000 sq. ft. / 560 sq. m.


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â–˛ sustainable features diagrams

â–˛ site plan 1

administration

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training room

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storage

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bathroom

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multi-purpose room

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dining room

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kitchen


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▲ level 3 floor plan

▲ roof plan

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counseling room

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bedroom

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roof garden

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office

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staff / guest room

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photovoltaic roof

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bathroom

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bathroom

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treatment room

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janitor

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bedroom

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roof garden

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laundry room

PROJECT HAITI ORPHANAGE AND CHILDREN'S CENTER

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â–˛ building system axonometric

â–˛ partial elevation


▲ south elevation

▲ west elevation

▲ north elevation

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PROJECT HAITI ORPHANAGE AND CHILDREN'S CENTER

▲ east elevation


▲ water collection

▲ circulation

▲ green space

▲ airflow

▲ energy generation

▲ sun screen


PROJECT HAITI ORPHANAGE AND CHILDREN'S CENTER

▲ section

17 ▲ east elevation


▼ aerial rendering

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PROJECT HAITI ORPHANAGE AND CHILDREN'S CENTER


agnès b. Asia Headquarters 21

Hong Kong

Completion: 2011

The design concept comes from an

Timber floors extend from the gallery into

Much of the French brand’s unique culture

understanding of agnès b., a French fashion

the reception, where an 18-meter-long

is revealed in the design of the staff pantry,

designer known for a brand focusing

glass partition with a black metal frame

which is natural and simple, yet original. A long

on fashion and film. The internationally

sets a dramatic backdrop for the reception,

table of salvaged wood forms the centerpiece

recognized brand has branched out into

capturing industrial sleekness with

for casual staff gatherings. The color scheme

restaurants and cafès, art galleries,

European soul.

is inspired by the brand’s signature black and

chocolatiers, florists and fine household

white tones, highlighted with gray feature

merchandise. This vision is expressed as

Beyond the reception area, meeting spaces

much through art and philanthropy as through

and training rooms are centralized near the

simple, yet original, fashion design.

press room, which has sliding doors that can be opened to form a larger event space.

To reflect this ethos, the design brings together themes including French culture

The office layout is straightforward and

and identity, fashion, film, lifestyle, art and

efficient. Private offices are located on the

philanthropy, and simplicity and originality.

core side to optimize daylight and views. A central corridor connects different

The experience of the new agnès b. office

departments. Cabinets divide departments,

begins from the first step out of the elevator

providing flexibility for future changes

and into a gallery exhibiting works by artists

while creating an open studio environment.

from around the world who have collaborated

Informal meeting spaces encourage

with the fashion designer. These exhibits

collaboration and interaction.

rotate regularly to correspond with changes in the fashion seasons. A double-glass sliding

Reflecting the brand’s love for and patronage

door opens into the reception area.

of the arts, agnès b.’s private photography collection is displayed throughout the office.

◄ reception

walls that add depth to the space.

2013 design annual

17,500 sq. ft. / 1,600 sq. m.


▲ press room

▲ press room


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lift lobby

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reception

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conference room

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meeting room

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press room

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open offices

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break room

AGNÈS B. ASIA HEADQUARTERS

6


â–˛ break room


25 ▲ break room AGNÈS B. ASIA HEADQUARTERS

▲ conference room


▼ reception

27

AGNÈS B. ASIA HEADQUARTERS


Alibaba Campus Landscape Design 29

Hangzhou, China

Completion: 2014

Located a few miles from West Lake, Alibaba

The Alibaba campus landscape initiates a

Group's new corporate campus rests in an

dialogue between the two seemingly opposing

emerging IT-focused district. The landscape

forces. A large, central green space evokes

scheme design for Alibaba B2B Phase II

the scale and character of West Lake. The

aligns the contemporary vision and culture

twisting building form provides a constantly

of Alibaba with the historically significant

shifting sequence of mountain-like exposed

qualities of West Lake.

and sheltered spaces. The careful integration of local plant species defines the spaces and

West Lake is the spiritual heart of Hangzhou,

creates seasonal and spatial experiences

one of China's cultural and artistic centers.

that encourage Alibaba's people to interact

Embraced on three sides by lush green

and exchange ideas.

mountains, West Lake has been subtly sculpted over the centuries by several generations of artists. Each layer contributes a fresh perspective to the landscape that gives Hangzhou its iconic character. Today, leaders in high-tech industries and biomedical research continue Hangzhou’s tradition of thought leadership. While the focus is different, West Lake is a reminder of the rich landscape tradition that has shaped the city.

◄ central green

2013 design annual

17.9 acres / 7.2 hectares


â—„ regional site diagram

â—„ local site diagram


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central green

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performance stage

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connect stage

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share stage

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vent waterwalls

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pedestrian bridges

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site entry points

8

employee drop-off

9

office blocks

10 convention center 11 employee hotel

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ALIBABA CAMPUS LANDSCAPE DESIGN

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▼ landscape stage

33

ALIBABA CAMPUS LANDSCAPE DESIGN

▲ campus arrival


AOL Canada Headquarters 35

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Completion: 2011

The challenge was to design an inviting but

The exposed brick and wooden structure

The two floors are organized around a central

"edgy" workplace that would support AOL

complements the mid-century modern classic

bay and connected by an open stair flanked by

Canada's open, collaborative nature and be

pieces, giving the workplace the feeling of

a café and lounge space. Contrasting with the

flexible to accommodate its changing needs.

an oversized living room. Steel barn doors, a

warm, nostalgic look of the brick and beams,

Located in a rustic, brick-and-beam building,

concrete block wall and other original features

a black central wall leads to an industrial

the new workplace supports the company's

recall the loft building’s industrial past.

black iron staircase that connects the floors.

socially engaged, innovative culture.

The lower floor’s café is a gathering point The space features unique furniture pieces

situated around a wooden stair platform. The

Workstations line the perimeter, with business

created by local artists using reclaimed

upper floor offers game, dining and play areas

groups located in casual, interactive spaces.

materials. The handcrafted reception desk

accented with unique furniture pieces.

Low-height workstations offer views to

was modeled after an industrial tool chest,

Toronto’s eclectic urban environment through

while a basket-like chandelier adds interest to

large, round-arched windows. The neutral

the office environment. Colorful illustrations

color and materials provide a backdrop for

commissioned by AOL add visual identity to

displaying AOL’s branding and position as a

the central collaboration areas.

technology leader. A variety of open and closed meeting Daylight is accessible to all. In the transparent

environments provide options for

central bay, enclosed spaces wrap around

collaboration. Special events hosted in the

wooden columns and provide views to the

flexible office space have enabled AOL

interior brick facade and adjacent

Canada to build stronger bonds with clients.

work neighborhoods.

◄ main lobby

2013 design annual

15,000 sq. ft. / 1,400 sq. m.


▲ office area

▲ employee dining area


level 3 floor plan â–ş

huddle room

3

workstations

4

MDF room

5

collaboration space

6

lunchroom

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AOL CANADA HEADQUARTERS

level 2 floor plan â–ş 1

elevator lobby

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reception area

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huddle room

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video conference / boardroom

5

workstations

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collaboration space

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lab

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editor in chief

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▲ employee dining area

▲ open meeting space


39

AOL CANADA HEADQUARTERS

▲ conference room


▼ dining area + conference room

41

AOL CANADA HEADQUARTERS

▲ reception


Austin Planetarium 43

Austin, Texas, USA

Competition: 2012

The Austin Planetarium reveals to visitors the

the Texas Capitol and University of Texas

ways science and technology work together

campus. The densely organized program

across disciplines to enable us to understand

elements emphasize the museum’s civic

and change our world. Its exhibits introduce

role by opening toward Congress Avenue.

visitors to scientists from the past and

The planetarium’s formal orientation invites

present, creating role models and opening

the academic campus into the site and

career paths for students.

complements the emerging museum district.

As part of a public-private partnership with

The exterior multi-use plaza, celestial window

the state of Texas, this project will bring a

and open facade welcome the public into the

planetarium, science museum, technology

museum. The entry portal’s access into the

center and mixed-use development to

universal atrium provides physical and visual

Austin’s Capitol complex, drawing more than

connections to the planetarium and gallery

one million visitors annually and creating

exhibits. The interior composition presents

synergies with neighboring museums.

the galleries as floating solids within a spatial volume. Together, the residential tower,

◄ street view

The Austin Planetarium, Science Museum and

planetarium, science museum and technology

Technology Center reinforces the urban and

center create value through their adjacencies

cultural significance of its location between

and shared address.

2013 design annual

801,800 sq. ft. / 74,500 sq. m.


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sky view seating

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gallery

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gift shop

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retail

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planetarium

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tower storage


▲ site context diagram

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AUSTIN PLANETARIUM

▲ physical model


▼ entrance

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AUSTIN PLANETARIUM


Baku Flame Towers 49

Baku, Azerbaijan

Completion: 2013

Since achieving its independence, Azerbaijan

Located on the west side of the complex,

has been positioning its capital, Baku, as an

the office tower provides more than

outward-looking, high-tech city. Located on

33,000 square meters of flexible, Class A

a hill overlooking Baku Bay and the old city

commercial office space.

center, this iconic trio of buildings transforms the skyline and promotes its historic identity.

The retail podium acts as the anchor for the project, providing leisure and retail facilities

Known as the “region of eternal fires,” Baku’s

for the three towers’ residents and visitors.

history of fire worship inspired the iconic design, which consists of three flame-shaped

To respond to the prominent hillside site

towers, each with a different function.

near the Caspian Sea, the team designed a

Standing 140 meters high, the Baku Flame

hierarchy of buildings from the tall towers

Towers are visible from most vantage

down to several smaller structures forming

points in the city.

the retail and leisure pavilions. These buildings link the towers at the base while

The 39-story residential tower – the tallest of

mediating between the scale of the towers

the three – sits to the south, accommodating

and their surroundings.

130 luxury apartments with stunning views. The hotel, operated by Fairmont Hotels, is located on the northern corner of the site and consists of 318 rooms over 36 floors.

◄ towers illuminated

2013 design annual

2.52 million sq. ft. / 234,500 sq. m.


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mall entrance level 1

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retail units

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cinema complex

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BAKU FLAME TOWERS

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â–˛ view to towers

â–˛ podium retail cladding


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BAKU FLAME TOWERS

▲ podium axonometric


▼ view of harbor + flame towers

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BAKU FLAME TOWERS


BBC New Broadcasting House 57

London, UK

Completion: 2012

BBC's New Broadcasting House provides an

feasible, central resources are shared.

On the ground floor, a spacious public

iconic new home for its broadcast network,

Flexible workstation clusters with extra

media café offers the public a view down

which reaches a worldwide audience of more

data and power outlets accommodate

into the BBC newsroom. An entrance space

than 241 million people. Bringing together

changing team sizes.

showcasing BBC programs and public art

BBC Television, BBC News, Global News,

creates a dynamic destination.

Radio and World Service for the first time, the

Vertical links between shared informal

central London building houses nearly 6,000

working areas on each floor promote

Sustainable design features include

staff from three 24-hour news channels,

collaboration among individuals, programs

an emphasis on durable, environmentally

nine radio networks and 26 foreign language

and departments. Quiet, one-on-one spaces

friendly furniture and finishes. The

services. The space features Europe's largest

are grouped around the perimeter of the two

majority of the furniture was sourced from

newsroom.

large atria. A series of back-to-back booths,

emerging British talent.

or railway carriages, facing the atria provide The BBC challenged the design team to

collaborative space on each floor. Breakout

create a workplace incorporating technology

facilities are organized around a cyclorama

that encourages new, more efficient ways of

overlooking All Saints Church.

working. The space needed to spark creativity by harnessing the convergence of the BBC

The scheme celebrates the distinct identity

staff into an integrated hub. The BBC also

of each department within the overall BBC

wanted the space to encourage the public to

brand and its distinctive red and orange

learn more about its people and programming.

palette. This brand consistency allows the BBC’s teams to broadcast from most

◄ overlooking newsroom

The team planned flexible work areas that

locations within the building. Throughout the

accommodate the current and future needs

space, flexible, high-tech broadcast studios

of the BBC's 24-hour teams. Whenever

are available to any program or department.

2013 design annual

484,400 sq. ft. / 45,000 sq. m.


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BBC NEW BROADCASTING HOUSE


Boston Seaport Square Conceptual Design 67

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Completion: To be determined

With views of Boston Harbor and

The massing of the Seaport Boulevard retail

downtown Boston, this unique setting will

street is a series of interlocking boxes on a

become one of the city’s prime office and

full-block podium. An atrium allows light into

residential addresses.

the lobby and offices. The glazed curtain wall facade features projections celebrating the

The Seaport Square mixed-use development,

“South Boston Bay Window.”

part of BGI’s Boston Seaport Development, will create a new neighborhood and

Seaport Square is designed for LEED

pedestrian streetscape that connects to

Silver certification.

Boston’s central business district. In addition to retail and entertainment, the mixed-use project includes residential, office, laboratory, hotel, educational and cultural space. Two 200,000-sq.-ft. mixed-use complexes on Blocks L1 and L2 are defined in the overall master plan. The area is located next to Seaport Boulevard and is bound by Boston Wharf Road to the north and East Service Road to the south. The residential neighborhood is surrounded by green zones, retail and cultural amenities.

◄ street view

2013 design annual

400,000 sq. ft. / 37,200 sq. m.


â–˛ site plan


mechanical

office

mechanical labs

retail parking

parking

▲ section

69

BOSTON SEAPORT SQUARE CONCEPTUAL DESIGN

▲ elevation


▼ street view rendering

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BOSTON SEAPORT SQUARE CONCEPTUAL DESIGN


Carleton University Residence Commons Expansion 73

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Completion: 2011

This three-story expansion to an existing

The use of brick echoes the neighboring

1969 commons building adds energy to the

residence buildings. Contemporary metal

university's residential precinct. Its massing,

cladding and open fenestration reflect the

transparency and orientation help create a

materials of other campus buildings. The

clear point of arrival.

generous amount of glazing maximizes natural light and creates visual connections

The design team studied Carleton’s most

to the new urban plaza, which is located in

recent buildings and its nine student

previously unused open space along

residences to explore how the expanded

Campus Avenue.

commons building should look, feel and function. Through this examination, the team

The expansion houses all of the food

adopted four key design concepts: collide,

services, including a new 24/7 dining area,

conceal, bridge and expose.

for the residential precinct. A multipurpose conference center on the second floor is

Viewed from the street, the exterior of

available to the university community and for

the new building collides with the existing

rent by external organizations.

two-story structure, concealing its outdated facade. The loading docks are concealed by an eye-catching glazed staircase. Inside, the original facade is exposed and connected by a main circulation path that bridges the old and new.

◄ main entrance

2013 design annual

41,000 sq. ft. / 3,800 sq. m.


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Glengarry House

4

Lennox and Haddington house

5

Renfrew House

6

Prescott House

7

Lanark House

8

Frontenac House

9

Grenville House

10 Russell House 11 St. Patrick's Building 12 Leeds House 13 Stormont Dundas House 14 plaza 15 Campus Avenue

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CARLETON UNIVERSITY RESIDENCE COMMONS EXPANSION

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CARLETON UNIVERSITY RESIDENCE COMMONS EXPANSION

▲ view to conference rooms


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CARLETON UNIVERSITY RESIDENCE COMMONS EXPANSION


Concept Design for Confidential Pediatric Hospital Client 81

New York, USA

Competition: 2012

This design concept shapes a possible

space to higher levels of the building. The

solution for the expansion of a children’s

structure’s tree-like columns define the park

hospital in New York City.

and blur the lines between the building and its landscape. This design engages pediatric

The building program includes ICU beds,

patients and their families, making the

medical and surgical beds, a hematology/

hospital feel more comforting.

oncology/infusion suite, a heart center, a day hospital/sleep center, a nephrology and

To contribute to the creation of a safe

transplant center, a dialysis suite, an imaging

environment, the design gives pediatric

center, and a drop-off and lobby area. The

patients the ability to alter specific aspects

project also includes an expansion to the

of their rooms and of the building facade.

existing operating suite, backfill renovations

Children can use a tablet to add leaves,

to the hospital and new connections to the

animals, color and other elements from an

existing buildings.

approved menu. The children see these changes on their footwall and the public

◄ aerial rendering

The pediatric hospital’s unique role in the

sees them on the continuously changing LED

community gives form to this design concept.

surfaces of the building facade. The active

The corner of this urban environment is made

footwall technology also enables patients to

available to the public as a park. This plan

virtually interact with other children, attend

reclaims more site area by adding program

family events or go to school.

2013 design annual

165,000 sq. ft. / 15,330 sq. m.


â–˛ physical model


83

CONCEPT DESIGN FOR CONFIDENTIAL PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL CLIENT

▲ physical model


▲ main entrance

▲ patient room

▲ street view

▲ exterior terrace


85

CONCEPT DESIGN FOR CONFIDENTIAL PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL CLIENT

▲ main entrance


▼ roof terrace

87

CONCEPT DESIGN FOR CONFIDENTIAL PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL CLIENT


Confidential Airport Terminal Expansion Competition 89

South Korea

Competition: 2009

The team created this concept for a new,

The design concept creates a single,

freestanding international terminal to be

unified terminal organized with three

constructed at the north end of the airport.

main concourses flanking a large central atrium “winter garden” that is accessible

The competition brief required a single,

to passengers and serves as an important

unified terminal with a mix of different-sized

amenity during the changing seasons.

aircraft contact gates and additional remote stands.

All aircraft contact gates are within a 500-meter walking distance from the

The brief required the terminal to be

landside departures hall.

implemented in two major phases. The initial phase includes a terminal complex with

The central spine linking the landside

38 gates to serve 55 percent of the total

terminal departures and arrivals facilities

forecast demand. In the next and final

to the third concourse houses a significant

phase, the terminal needed to easily expand

amount of space for retail and food and

to full capacity – 72 gates – without disrupting

beverage services.

airport operations. In addition to the passenger terminal, the program includes an airside ramp control tower, an automated people mover, a baggage handling system, a service vehicle roadway tunnel, a ground transportation center, and an approach and departure roadway system.

◄ aerial rendering

2013 design annual

3.76 million sq. ft. / 350,000 sq. m.


â–˛ site plan


0 20 40 120

kUh IN

OUT

240m

6 1

3

5

4

2 91

â–˛ level 3 floor plan 1

people mover access

2

central garden

3

baggage area

4

rail station

5

curbside pick-up

6

arrivals

7

parking

CONFIDENTIAL AIRPORT TERMINAL EXPANSION COMPETITION

7


▲ curbside drop-off

▲ ticket desks + meeting area


93

CONFIDENTIAL AIRPORT TERMINAL EXPANSION COMPETITION

▲ interior atrium


▼ site aerial

95

CONFIDENTIAL AIRPORT TERMINAL EXPANSION COMPETITION


Confidential Corporate Headquarters Competition 97

Missouri, USA

Competition: 2012

The four concepts the team created for this

The "workplace excellence" concept featured

design-build competition embody the different

here emphasizes the vital role of collaboration

ways design brings value to buildings.

in the contemporary workplace. A ring of flexible office space surrounds a conference

In addition to the tangible real estate metrics

and training center with courtyards and atria.

of first, operating and exit costs, the four

A raised floor accommodates a stratified

solutions demonstrate the importance the

mechanical system and mixed-mode ventilation.

client places on intangible values including employee performance, brand and identity, a

Three other concepts not depicted here

sense of culture and community, and workplace emphasized presence and identity, employee excellence.

◄ exterior landscape

performance and culture and community.

2013 design annual

Phase I: 300,000 sq. ft. / 27,900 sq. m.


â–˛ site plan


0

50

100

200

400ft

CONFIDENTIAL CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS COMPETITION

▲ site model

99 ▲ interior atrium


▼ street view rendering

101

CONFIDENTIAL CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS COMPETITION


Confidential Hospital Competition 103

Singapore

Competition: 2012

The proposed hospital is located on an

and establish identity. These goals drive an

L-shaped site adjacent to a mid-rise

architectural solution that supports the health

residential housing neighborhood. The

of patients and the community.

nearby metro rail transit and bus interchange is a major transportation hub that integrates

The program requirements of the regional

the hospital with its urban surroundings and

hospital, community hospital and specialty

drives most of the hospital’s visitor traffic.

outpatient clinics are organized to maintain

The edges of the site also feature a light

critical adjacencies while providing separate

rail station, bus stop and access to the

identities for each function.

Tampines Expressway. The site’s organization forms a clear entry The building is oriented to optimize daylight

point and allows users to navigate through the

and heat control strategies while offering

hospital in a logical, natural manner. Instead

views to the Sungei Punggol River from upper

of turning away from adjacent properties,

levels. Passive ventilation takes advantage of

the hospital acknowledges and welcomes

seasonal wind shifts.

the residential neighborhood. Designed to respect prescribed height limitations, the

The design begins with the understanding

hospital maintains a consistent skyline and

that an integrated urban gesture is required

scale within the existing urban context.

to create a continuity of form, introduce scale and offer visual interest to frame space

◄ aerial rendering

2013 design annual

2.64 million sq. ft. / 245,000 sq. m.


2 5 level 7-12 floor plan â–ş 1

clinics

2

patient suites

3

support

4

public

5

garden

4

3

4

1

5

3

1 2

4

level 1 floor plan â–ş 5 1

lobby

2

retail

3

emergency

4

diagnostic imaging

5

offices

6

clinical measurement unit

7

satellite lab

8

theater

6

7

8


0

20

40

160ft

CONFIDENTIAL HOSPITAL COMPETITION

▲ view to main entrance

80

▲ east elevation

105


â–˛ courtyard


CONFIDENTIAL HOSPITAL COMPETITION

▲ patient room

107 ▲ main lobby


▼ street view rendering

109

CONFIDENTIAL HOSPITAL COMPETITION


Confidential Religious Institution Competition 111

Kansas, USA

Competition: 2012

The design for a new church and campus for

Partially embraced by a narthex podium and

the largest United Methodist congregation in

set in a gracious garden, the sanctuary is the

the US addresses the diverse, evolving needs

heart of the campus. Placing the sanctuary’s

of contemporary worship.

3,500 seats close together supports the logistical needs of the multimedia

The church’s growth – from a congregation of

sermons and creates a sense of intimacy.

six in 1990 to its current size of 19,000 – has

The sanctuary is imbued with a quality of

been generated by the dynamic conveyance

sacredness, or “thin space.”

of the church’s message. Sermons employ a range of multimedia tools to connect with a

The site design makes the landscape an

21st-century congregation.

extension of the worship space, recalling the church’s values of community engagement

The logistical needs of these technologies

and environmental stewardship. Pocket

often are incompatible with traditional notions

gardens surrounding the sanctuary

of sacred space, making it difficult to promote

permeate the narthex, providing daylight

a close worship community. The design

and a connection to the outside world while

addresses these challenges by exploring the

re-establishing the Methodist ideal of the

church as a new model for contemporary

“temple in the garden.”

worship – one that fosters a deep sense of connectedness within the congregation.

◄ aerial rendering

2013 design annual

150,000 sq. ft. / 13,900 sq. m.


7 9

8

8

7

4

3

5

2

1

â–˛ ground floor plan 1

reception

2

bookstore

3

concessions

4

landscape porch

5

stage

6

backstage

7

education building

8

loggia

9

play garden

6


0

20

50

100

200ft

▲ landscape view

113

CONFIDENTIAL RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION COMPETITION

▲ main entrance landscape


▲ reception

▲ auditorium

▲ reception


▲ section

115

CONFIDENTIAL RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION COMPETITION

▲ sustainability diagram


▼ view from pedestrian path

117

CONFIDENTIAL RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION COMPETITION


+

+

Confidential Research Campus Competition 119

Sweden

Competition: 2012

This design concept for a multidisciplinary

The design creates a landmark home for

ideal physical environment for research

research campus in southern Sweden

the facility that significantly enhances

and idea sharing. The various arms of the

provides a potential design solution for

the region’s position as a center for world-

structure house offices, conference areas,

the world’s leading neutron spallation

class research.

laboratories, a small hotel and other support

source research center.

◄ aerial rendering

facilities. Each individual arm of the radial A singular, landscaped shape unites and de-

composition provides efficient, flexible space,

As one of the world’s largest and most

scales the building. The landscape flows over

and they all meet at the commons adjacent to

advanced science infrastructure projects,

the buildings that house various functions,

the target building. The shape of the sloped

the facility is designed to accommodate up to

effectively making it a “non-building.” All of

roofs allows for the creation of cascading,

5,000 European researchers. The program

the facility’s “24/7” operations take place in a

informal meeting spaces and provides strong

includes a 600-meter-long linear proton

climate-controlled environment. Most of the

visual connections across floors.

accelerator building, a heavy-metal target

site provides a park-like setting that is open to

station, state-of-the-art neutron instruments,

the public. Moving across the large entrance

a central lab, an office building, a lecture hall,

plaza toward the Science Village, visitors get

and a supercomputing data management and

the impression of walking into a building’s

software development center.

open, welcoming arms.

The “Green Splash” concept developed by the

Shaped by the physics of neutron spallation,

BIG/HOK consortium was one of two winners

the facility is designed as a continuous

in the international design competition. The

building form that promotes interaction

jury noted this concept’s “extraordinarily

and collaboration. Close connections

strong design idea, integrating the building

between laboratories, research spaces and

complex with the surrounding landscape,

instruments, as well as the proximity to the

expressed in an emblematic building.”

Science Village, are intended to create the

2013 design annual

1.33 million sq. ft. / 124,000 sq. m.


â–˛ phasing diagram

â–˛ site plan


3

level 1 floor plan ►

3

2

lab

3

instrument hall

4

klystron hall

4

4

2

1

60

office

20

1

2

0

1

3

120

1

240m

2

ground level floor plan ► 2 office

2

lab

3

café / kitchen

4

auditorium

5

library

6

klystron hall

6

6

1

2

1 3 4

1 5

basement level floor plan ► 1

transfer area

2

decay tanks

3

HEBT

4

high beta

5

medium beta

6

spoke section

1

2

3

4

5

6

CONFIDENTIAL RESEARCH CAMPUS COMPETITION

1

121

2

1


â–˛ village facade elevation

â–˛ plaza aerial


123

CONFIDENTIAL RESEARCH CAMPUS COMPETITION


▼ landscape park

125

CONFIDENTIAL RESEARCH CAMPUS COMPETITION


District of Columbia Consolidated Forensic Laboratory 127

Washington, DC, USA

rooms. Upper floors feature laboratories and

The south office facade’s automated louver

forensic science and public health efforts

related office spaces for each department.

system animates the surface with a dynamic,

into one state-of-the-art facility. It includes

Mechanical equipment is located in the

textural skin. The east and west elevations

office space and MPD forensic labs, as

rooftop structure, with the exhaust pipes

feature narrow openings punched through a

Annual EUI: 184 kBtu / sf / yr

well as toxicology, histology and public

consolidated into three chimneys above the

limestone facade.

50% energy reduction from average

health laboratories.

mechanical penthouse.

These advanced research facilities enable

Placing laboratories along the north side

penthouse roof to become a masonry frame

the DC Metropolitan Police Department, the

allows natural light to enter the building

anchoring the building’s glass and metal skins.

Office of the Chief Medical Examiner and

without significant heat gain in these

The stone recalls the greater context of DC’s

the Department of Health to provide a

mechanically sensitive spaces. Core and

civic architecture, while the window pattern is

broad range of safety and health services to

laboratory support spaces are in the center,

inspired by DNA electrophoresis results.

city residents.

with office spaces on the south side.

The building has two levels below grade and

A six-story edge atrium serves as the main

certification. An advanced thermal wall

six above. The below-grade structure includes

entry. From the outside, the atrium acts a

scheme and an exterior curtainwall control

employee and police fleet parking, electrical

beacon that reveals the central stairway

and filter sunlight while promoting natural

and mechanical spaces, and an examination

and structure. Inside, the atrium promotes

airflow. The south-facing louver system is clad

bay for vehicles. The ground floor houses

collaboration and provides striking views for

in photovoltaic panels, and enthalpy wheels

loading bays, evidence intake and shared

occupants. Natural light creates a bright,

are used for heat recovery air handling units.

spaces such as conference rooms, a lunch

pleasant environment in office and lab spaces.

Completion: 2012

The limestone wraps up to the mechanical

The facility achieved LEED Platinum

room, administrative office and training

◄ street view

2013 design annual

This project combines DC’s public safety,

351,000 sq. ft. / 32,600 sq. m.


3

2

4

1

â–˛ site plan 1

main entry

2

parking entry

3

delivery entry

4

loading area

DN

6

UP

4

3

DN

9 4

7 8

2 UP

UP

DN

7 DN

â–˛ ground level floor plan 1

lobby

2

break room

3

press room

4

training

5

administration offices

6

intake

7

loading docks

8

loading yard

9

parking ramp

5

DN

1


1

1

1

UP

UP

UP

UP

DN

DN DN

DW

DN

4

DW REF.

REF.

4 UP

3

DN

UP

20

2

3

DN

0

2

40

▲ level 5 floor plan

1

laboratories

1

laboratories

2

offices

2

offices

3

atrium

3

atrium

4

conference rooms

4

conference rooms

80ft

▲ level 3 floor plan

129

1

UP DN

DN

DN

UP DN

UP

DW

UP

DW

4

4

REF.

REF.

2

1

3

2

3

DN

UP UP

▲ level 2 floor plan

▲ level 4 floor plan

1

laboratories

1

laboratories

2

offices

2

offices

3

atrium

3

atrium

4

conference rooms

4

conference rooms

DC CONSOLIDATED FORENSIC LABORATORY

1


â–˛ exterior view


▲ exterior facade details

131

DC CONSOLIDATED FORENSIC LABORATORY

▲ main entrance


â–˛ main entrance


133

DC CONSOLIDATED FORENSIC LABORATORY

▲ entrance lobby


▼ view from street

135

DC CONSOLIDATED FORENSIC LABORATORY


Fisher Street Flats + Crossrail Shaft 137

London, UK

Completion: 2018 Annual EUI: 107 kBtu / sf / yr

Crossrail is a major railway project being built

The shaft structure and headhouse will

in South East England. The project includes

serve as the base for a proposed 22-unit

the construction of twin-bore, east-west

apartment building. This eight-story, over-site

tunnels and an upgrade to existing rail lines to

development is an infill structure fronting both

the east and west of central London.

Fisher Street and Catton Street. It features one- to three-bedroom apartments with

25% energy reduction over the TER The design for Crossrail's Fisher Street Shaft

balconies, including two duplex penthouses

consists of a 15-meter-wide underground

and a biodiverse roof garden.

concrete shaft, Crossrail’s headhouse at ground level and an above-ground

The residential scheme creates a building

apartment building.

that fits the scale of the existing townscape. Inspired by early-20th-century Cubism, the

◄ view from Fisher Street

The single-story headhouse provides

contemporary form opens a dialogue with

intervention access to the shaft, which is

the adjacent Southampton Row Grade II

required for emergency access, ventilation,

listed building. Its angular form increases the

mechanical and electrical maintenance,

visual impact of the listed building and

and general access to the tunnel system's

promotes a new relationship on the site. The

four underground levels. The headhouse

faceted copper planes maximize natural

also houses a street-level entrance lobby

light in lower-level apartments and in the

for the apartment building.

urban street environment.

2013 design annual

44,000 sq. ft. / 4,100 sq. m.


1

2 3

â–˛ site plan 1

Fisher Street

2

Catton Street

3

Southampton Row


level 7 floor plan ► 0

two-bedroom apartment

3

three-bedroom duplex

2

4

existing listed building

2

2

1

1

3 8 16m

139

FISHER STREET FLATS + CROSSRAIL SHAFT

3

ground floor plan ► 1

existing listed building

2

Crossrail headhouse over shaft

3

access to flats

4

bins / cleaner

5

bicycle storage

6

service rooms

7

intervention / maintenance

5 2

1

6

4

access to shaft

7


8

8 7

7

7

7 9 7

5

6 4 1

2

2

section through shaft â–ş 1

Crossrail headhouse

2

Crossrail shaft services

3

bicycle storage and terrace access

4

existing building

5

plantroom for apartments

6

duplex

7

apartments

8

duplex penthouse with roof terrace

9

elevator

2

2

3


0 2 4 8 16m

141

FISHER STREET FLATS + CROSSRAIL SHAFT

▲ axonometric of development above shaft + tunnels


▼ rooftop view from Southampton Row

143

FISHER STREET FLATS + CROSSRAIL SHAFT

▲ Catton Street frontage from Southampton Row


Harlem Hospital Center Mural Pavilion 145

New York, New York, USA

Completion: 2012

The Mural Pavilion is the new centerpiece

disparate structures. The top of the building is

African-American artist Vertis Hayes created

of the Harlem Hospital Center. The building

designed to accommodate the future addition

the “Pursuit of Happiness” mural in 1937

unifies previously disconnected structures

of two floors.

as part of the federal government’s Works

spread over two city blocks to create an Through a celebration of its historic cultural

that commissioned artists during a period

atrium and a dramatic, five-story, historically

context, the hospital is designed to welcome

of significant unemployment. Visible from

significant mural welcome visitors and form a

and serve Harlem's diverse community of

the street and accessible from the atrium, a

new front door to the community.

cultures. The iconic mural on the exterior of

permanent art gallery houses the complete

the Mural Pavilion illuminates Harlem's history

“Pursuit of Happiness” mural, with works of

All major clinical elements at Harlem Hospital,

and culture while showcasing the hospital’s

other WPA artists in adjacent galleries.

including the emergency department,

prominent role in the community. Soaring

surgery, invasive procedures, imaging and

65 feet high and spanning a city block, the

Sustainable design features include a

critical care beds, have been organized to

colorful, 12,000-square-foot glass facade

high-performance curtain wall, optimized,

provide patient- and family-friendly care.

mural depicts excerpts from the story of

high-performance mechanical systems and

The patient-centered care design integrates

the African diaspora, creating a dramatic

low-emitting finishes, including paint, carpet,

inpatient, emergency room and outpatient

frontispiece along Lenox Avenue for the

resilient flooring, adhesives and sealants.

services under one roof, creating a unified

circa-1887 Harlem institution.

healthcare complex from seven previously

◄ main entrance

Progress Administration (WPA) program

integrated healthcare campus. A light-filled

2013 design annual

195,000 sq. ft. / 18,100 sq. m.


8 6

7

8

9

5

4

3

2

â—„ level 1 floor plan

1

1

main lobby

2

public lobby

3

gallery 1

4

gallery 2

5

cafĂŠ

6

education

7

entry vestibule

8

waiting room

9

registration


0

5

10

30

60ft

HARLEM HOSPITAL CENTER MURAL PAVILION

▲ main lobby ▲ main lobby

147 ▲ concept elevation


â–˛ main entrance


HARLEM HOSPITAL CENTER MURAL PAVILION

▲ main entrance

149 ▲ section


▼ main entrance

151

HARLEM HOSPITAL CENTER MURAL PAVILION


Huamao International Center 153

Zhengzhou, Henan Province, China

Completion: 2015

This project includes four Class A office

room unobstructed views to the north and

buildings, a five-star hotel and two stories of

south. The hotel's central position on the

high-end retail space on the western edge of

site demonstrates its leading role

the city's Zhengdong New Area.

in the development.

The four office buildings and retail space are

Though the hotel plan is based on traditional

designed to respond to the grid pattern of the

hospitality design principles, its dynamic,

old city. A large, signature green space is on

flowing facade supports the project's water

the southern portion of the site.

garden concept. On the north and south facades, undulating curves and slopes in the

The curved facades of the east and west

enclosure create a ripple effect. At higher

office buildings maximize the view to

levels of the hotel, the south face expands to

Zhengdong's new central business district

the east and west, allowing more guest rooms

and establish a dynamic image for the

to face the park.

development. A two-level retail podium connects all four office buildings, maximizing

Enhancing the hotel’s iconic wave design,

the retail street frontage.

the top of the tower curves to accommodate an exclusive executive club with exterior

Located on the southeast corner of the site, the hotel tower offsets the west-side office building. This configuration gives every hotel

◄ hotel rendering

garden plazas.

2013 design annual

2.26 million sq. ft. / 210,000 sq. m.


2

2

2

2

1

â–˛ site plan 1

hotel tower

2

office tower


1 0 5 10

1 25

▲ level 17 floor plan 50m

1

guest rooms

155

4

2

5

1 ▲ level 1 floor plan 6 1

banquet entrance

2

lobby

3

check-in

4

lounge

5

dining

6

restaurant

HUAMAO INTERNATIONAL CENTER

3


▲ site section

▲ hotel aerial

▲ hotel rendering


157 ▲ north facade detail HUAMAO INTERNATIONAL CENTER

▲ south facade detail


▼ aerial rendering

159

HUAMAO INTERNATIONAL CENTER


Humber College Building L Media Centre 161

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Completion: 2011

The challenge was to design a four-story

symbolic heart of the campus. It is a theatrical

The volume of the lobby area reflects the

academic building that provides classrooms,

space for public performance, creative

building's importance and provides a visual

study areas, a 400-seat cafeteria and

activity and recreation.

connection to the outside. Materials, color,

high-end media studios on a tight, historic site along Lake Ontario.

texture and daylight all help create a sense The new Building L, with an exterior of

of place. Public corridors feature more visual

glazing, zinc panels and brick, completes the

connections to the exterior.

The Humber Lakeshore Campus was built

academic quadrangle. Much of the courtyard

during an era when educational facilities

had previously been given over to vehicular

The team designed the building to the

commanded a powerful presence through

parking, with no designated pedestrian

equivalent of LEED certification. Sustainable

a sober architectural language set within

realm, in stark contrast to the well-defined

attributes include the harvesting of natural

expansive, ambitious landscapes.

academic promenade framing the space.

light, low-flow plumbing fixtures and a

The new building creates green space that

variable speed chiller for the campus cooling

Demolishing the college's existing Building L

accommodates collegial gathering

plant. Occupancy sensors and high-efficiency

provided an opportunity to create a building

and connections.

light sources reduce power consumption.

that would contribute to a strong urban context and provide a new front door for the

A pedestrian walkway around the quadrangle

campus. The design acknowledges and defers

completes a functional path connecting the

to the existing heritage buildings and to the

new facility. The design preserves sun angles

evolution of the original site plan.

and spaces between buildings, providing visual corridors to the lake and views of the

The arrangement of academic and administrative buildings around the courtyard defines the quadrangle as the functional and

◄ main entrance

well-landscaped grounds.

2013 design annual

100,000 sq. ft. / 9,300 sq. m.


â—„ site plan

3

3

3

3

3

4

2 1

3

2 3

â–˛ learning commons entrance

3

1 3

1

entry canopy

2

gathering space

3

existing heritage buildings

4

campus quadrangle


1

student space

2

staff

3

lab

4

media studio

5

media centre

6

roof

DR: 05

level 4 floor plan ►

3 6

1

6

2 5

4

DR: 06

4 0

DR: 5A

5 10 20

5

1

student space

2

eating area

3

servery

4

kitchen

5

terrace

5 1 3

6

1

learning commons

2

conference room

3

gallery

4

classrooms

5

café

4

2

5

2 4 1 5 4 3

163

HUMBER COLLEGE BUILDING L MEDIA CENTRE

level 1 floor plan ► 1

40ft

level 2 floor plan ►


▲ west elevation

▲ east entrance


▲ section

165

HUMBER COLLEGE BUILDING L MEDIA CENTRE


â–˛ media centre

â–˛ learning commons


▼ stairwell

167

HUMBER COLLEGE BUILDING L MEDIA CENTRE


Istanbul International Financial Center 169

Istanbul, Turkey

landscape and practical requirements

space, hotels, community, conference, retail,

to become a model of sustainable

Site area: 170 acres / 69 hectares

education, parks and recreation amenities

and sixth-largest in Europe, Turkey requires

development for the expansion and

complement the residential fabric.

a new financial center that will satisfy its

densification of Istanbul.

Master plan completion: 2012 Annual EUI: 60 kBtu / sf / yr

current challenges while respecting its

Major infrastructure improvements include a

heritage. The forward-looking plan is rooted

The 69-hectare site lies at the intersection

new transportation system featuring a new

in Turkish culture.

of two major highways, atop a future subway

subway line and station, as well as sustainable

line. Strategically located between the

power, water, data and security infrastructure

The Istanbul International Financial Center

Atasehir and Umraniye districts, the site

systems. These systems are integrated into a

will become a focal point for Turkey, as

offers easy accessibility and views to the

unifying podium that provides a surface for a

well as for the international finance and

historic center of Istanbul.

great urban park for Istanbul.

30% energy reduction from average

business community. The master plan builds on the site's natural The master plan provides a framework

strengths by emphasizing its advantageous

and tools for developing a sustainable

position at the heart of the Asian side

financial center that blends human need,

of Istanbul and the quickly developing

environmental stewardship and economic

districts that surround it.

viability into a global model of urbanism. The plan creates four distinct districts

◄ aerial rendering

The center will attract investors while

focusing on culture, commerce, civic

maintaining a high quality of life for

and governance. These districts are

inhabitants and visitors. A mixed-use program

integrated into a mixed-use, transit-oriented

integrates dense urban fabric, a productive

development. Financially oriented office

2013 design annual

With a growing population of 73 million and an Built area: 50 million sq. ft. / 4.65 million sq. m. economy that is the 16th-largest in the world


2 1

3

4 1

2

1 1

5 5

4

â–˛ site plan 1

park + recreation

2

school

3

government

4

mosque

5

bank


171

ISTANBUL INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTER

▲ District 2 plaza


▲ Tower B elevation

▲ sustainability diagram

▲ Tower D elevation

▲ Towers F + G elevation


ISTANBUL INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTER

▲ commercial plaza

173 ▲ rendering


▼ street view rendering

175

ISTANBUL INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTER


KONE Centre 177

Moline, Illinois, USA

The building envelope reinforces the basic

offices, condominiums and retail space to

massing and orientation strategy. Metal

Completion: 2012

downtown Moline’s Riverfront District.

panels on the south create a thermal

Annual EUI: 66 kBtu / sf / yr

The steel and glass building provides Class

fl uctuations. High-performance, specialty

28.3% energy reduction from average

A office space for KONE's US Operations

coated glass provides additional insulation.

Center and other tenants. It includes four

An array of 1,365 photovoltaic panels rises as

condominiums on the eighth floor and a

a canopy over the garage deck.

barrier that protects against temperature

gracious ground floor lobby that links the building to the Mississippi River and the

A one-level parking structure accommodates

Great River Trail. The project completes

corporate tenants and residents. Shell space

HOK's early-1990s master plan for

at the southern end of the garage provides

redeveloping the city’s riverfront.

concession and retail space to serve as a public plaza that hosts music in the summer

Built on a brownfield site, the eight-story tower provides expansive views of the Mississippi River with broad exposures to the north and south. This creates opportunities for natural daylighting while minimizing solar heat gain.

◄ view from southwest

and ice skating in the winter.

2013 design annual

The LEED Platinum KONE Centre brings

125,000 sq. ft. / 11,610 sq. m.


1

3

2

site plan â–ş 1

building lobby

2

office parking

3

residence parking

4

plaza retail

4


3

0 8

1

open office

2

work rooms

3

balcony

32

1

16

level 6 floor plan ►

2 64ft

D

D

179

KONE CENTRE

2 DN

1

level 1 floor plan ►

UP

UP

1

elevator lobby

2

café

3

kitchen

4

showers

3

4

S

D


▲ interior lobby

▲ reception area

▲ south entrance

▲ view from north


181

KONE CENTRE

▲ section

▲ elevator core


▼ aerial view from south

183

KONE CENTRE


Marina Mall 185

Doha, Qatar

Completion: 2014 Annual EUI: 411 kBtu / sf / yr

The design of Marina Mall supports Doha’s

The three-story mall includes cinemas, spa

vision for a vibrant, community-oriented

facilities and restaurants with terraced

lifestyle for the 37-sq.-km. Lusail waterfront

dining overlooking the marina. Smaller pods

development master plan and its 19 mixed-

embedded in the landscape around the

use districts.

mall are designed to animate the threshold between the mall and the marina. These

QSAS 5 Rating The design is inspired by the natural forms

pods house additional retail space, exhibition

created when water and land meet. Five

spaces and entertainment areas, such as a

interconnected retail islands link the mall

skate park and children’s play area.

into the landscape and back to the water. A body of water running throughout the center

The design targets a QSAS 5 rating,

of the scheme guides the visitor through the

equivalent to LEED Platinum.

mall, leading to the marina. Internal waterfalls visually connect the different levels. The spaces between the five pebble-shaped islands are carefully landscaped, creating a series of green spaces.

◄ northwest entrance

2013 design annual

645,800 sq. ft. / 60,000 sq. m.


â–˛ site plan


0 10 20

8

7 50

7

7

7

7 8

8

8

7

4

8

7

8 100m

8

8

8 5 2

8

8

7 6

7

6

8

8

8

MARINA MALL

8 8

7 5

8

8 8 8

1

â–˛ level 0 floor plan 1

anchor stores

2

circulation

3

medical center

4

office

5

parking

6

prayer rooms

7

restaurant

8

retail

1

187

3


▲ cross section looking north

▲ long section through west mall


▲ view into restaurant court

189

MARINA MALL

▲ interior view, east mall

▲ restaurant court terrace


191

MARINA MALL

â—„ marina plaza from northeast


Millward Brown Office 193

Chicago, Illinois, USA

Completion: 2012

The design of Millward Brown’s office

The design conveys a warm, residential

embodies the media firm’s reinvented

aesthetic. To blur the line between public and

brand, incorporating its updated

private spaces, the office features

space standards while expressing its

glass doors, no formal reception and clear

Chicago identity.

views into collaboration areas and the general workspace. Client areas are located

The office design embraces the building’s

deep within the space. The journey to

distinct architecture, which features exposed

these areas is enhanced by splashes of color

ceilings, large windows, vintage details and

and brand messaging.

structural columns. The design emphasizes natural, sustainable

◄ lunch room + collaboration space

The open-plan office includes medium-height

materials and furnishings. Warm, wooden

workstation panels. Reducing the number

ceilings denote collaborative, shared spaces

of individual workspaces promotes the use

such as conference and café areas. Reclaimed

of collaborative spaces. The layout allows

barn wood frames the glass entry walls of the

everyone to enjoy daylight and views.

small conference rooms.

2013 design annual

18,200 sq. ft. / 1,700 sq. m.


â–˛ meeting area


0 8 16 32 48ft

▲ workstations

▲ conference room

195

MILLWARD BROWN OFFICE

1

4 2

3

4 ◄ level 7 floor plan

2

2

5

1

reception

2

open collaboration

3

café

4

informal teaming

5

conference


▼ reception

197

MILLWARD BROWN OFFICE


Moscow City Plots 17 + 18 199

Moscow, Russia

Completion: 2017

The design employs a paired-tower expression

A large, south-facing entrance plaza forms

for two new 70-story office and residential

the primary visitor and pedestrian arrival

buildings for Plots 17 + 18 in the Moscow City

address. This space is anchored by a series of

section of downtown Moscow.

glass and stone two-story retail shops.

The two towers are clad in light stone and

Lower levels house parking and incoming

glass to differentiate and anchor their image

mechanical services. In addition to the retail

against a taller, geometric collection of

space, the five-story podium contains vehicle

adjacent glass towers. A stepped massing

parking spaces. The podium is capped by

is designed to differentiate, through

a roof garden for use by office tenants and

silhouette and form, the two towers from

residents.

Annual EUI: 36.7 kBTU / sf / yr 20.6% energy reduction from average

these extruded towers. Careful consideration to climate, window-to-wall ratio and optimized daylight harvesting is embedded in the exterior wall envelope design and vertical stone-to-glass expression.

◄ aerial rendering

2013 design annual

3.76 million sq. ft. / 350,000 sq. m.


▲ elevations

▲ entry drive


0 10 20 40

▲ tower level plan

80m

201

▲ street view rendering

▲ ground floor plan

MOSCOW CITY PLOTS 17 + 18

▲ podium terrace plan


▼ view of podium

203

MOSCOW CITY PLOTS 17 + 18


Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital 205

Singapore

and public areas celebrates the hospital’s

The hospital sets a new benchmark for

hospital of Parkway Pantai Limited, one of

Asian heritage. Visitors from a wide range of

sustainability in Singapore. Eco-friendly

Completion: 2012

Asia's largest private healthcare providers.

cultures immediately feel at home.

features including aerial gardens and

25% energy reduction from average

Challenged to create a “hospital of the future”

The modulation of lighter and darker

helped the building earn Green Mark Platinum

that would provide the best possible healing

experiences contrasts with conventional

certification.

environment, the design team blended

clinical environments, which often are overly

world-class technology and advanced

bright. By linking as many individual spaces

From its architectural design and interior

medical expertise with hospitality-focused

as possible to natural light and minimizing

furnishings to its staff uniforms and inpatient

patient care. The sophisticated medical

illumination in transition areas, the design

meals, the hospital exudes the assurance and

plan combines a Singaporean care model

creates an environment that feels like an

finesse of a five-star hotel while providing the

demanding privacy and comfort with

upscale hotel or residence.

highest level of care, reflecting the values of

integrated photovoltaic green technology

international benchmarks for interventional

Parkway Pantai.

platforms, high-tech operating theaters and

All 312 patient rooms are private, featuring

diagnostic treatments.

custom furnishings and fittings. Floor-toceiling windows allow the healing power of

Inspired by the rich cultures of Southeast

natural light to shine through to patients.

Asia, the design achieves a fresh,

Balconies, gardens and rooftop landscaping

contemporary yet timeless aesthetic. Classic

link patients to the nurturing environment.

golden onyx creates a luxurious mood as

The unique canted room design gives patients

staff members confirm appointments,

better access to the outdoor environment

provide concierge assistance to families and

while helping clinical staff monitor

escort patients to their destinations. Native,

their activities.

sustainably harvested teak in the lobby

◄ hospital aerial

2013 design annual

Mount Elizabeth Novena is the flagship

780,000 sq. ft. / 72,500 sq. m.


5

4

8

7

2 8 1

6 3

leve 1 floor plan â—„ level 1

entry lobby entr

2

regis registration

3

park parking

4

pati patient / service lifts

5

inpa inpatient public lifts

6

outp outpatient public lifts

7

acci accidents + emergencies

8

reta retail


4 2

1 4

3

◄ levels 13 floor plan

inpatient public lifts typical patient rooms

4

VIP + deluxe patient suites

12

3

6

patient / service lifts

2

0

1

24 48m

207

7

5 4

◄ level 3 floor plan

3 6

1

patient / service lifts

2

inpatient public lifts

3

outpatient public lifts

4

operating theater

5

OT registration + waiting

6

post-op recovery rooms

7

ICU patient rooms

MOUNT ELIZABETH NOVENA HOSPITAL

1

2


▲ section

▲ section


209

MOUNT ELIZABETH NOVENA HOSPITAL

▲ cafeteria

▲ patient room

▲ operating room


â–ź reception + lobby


▼ reception

211

MOUNT ELIZABETH NOVENA HOSPITAL


National Mall Turf + Soil Reconstruction 213

Irrigation, Drainage, Water Collection System + Re-Landscaping Washington, DC, USA Improving the condition of the National

This project defines sustainable strategies

Four 250,000-gallon cisterns collect

Phase II + III: 17.9 acres / 7.2 hectares

Mall, an open-air national park in downtown

for maintaining healthy soils and turf on

stormwater for irrigation. ADA-compliant

Washington, DC, known as America’s front

the National Mall. It improves stormwater

granite curbs are designed to guide water

Phase I completion: 2013

yard, has been the subject of study and

absorption and maintains existing

to the cisterns and redefine the edge of the

Phase II projected: 2015

debate for 40 years.

vegetation while preserving the iconic

National Mall’s lawn panels. Through the

quality of this historic landmark.

use of alternative water sources, advanced

The National Mall hosts nearly 25 million

controls and smart scheduling, the system

annual visitors and 3,000 special events,

The team identified types of grass that can

reduces the amount of potable water applied

including cultural gatherings, First

withstand the National Mall’s heavy use

for irrigation by more than 75 percent.

Amendment assemblies and national

and irrigation systems that are durable and

celebrations. No other public space

environmentally sound. The design solutions

can compare with its intensity of use

alleviate soil compaction and provide proper

and cultural symbolism.

air, water and nutrient infiltration. The plan replaces subsoil and surface soil with an

Though the National Park Service has

engineered soil that is permeable, effective

spent decades cultivating the 20 acres of

for plant growth, and that retains water within

lawn and 600 elm trees, the National Mall's

its subsurface structure. Walkways and re-

condition has deteriorated. The soil is heavily

graded lawn panels drain into a new, deeper

compacted, turf is often worn away,

subsurface drainage structure.

irrigation systems are nonfunctioning and drainage is imperfect.

◄ US Capitol Building

2013 design annual

Phase I: 11.3 acres / 4.6 hectares


â–˛ National Mall refurbishment

â–˛ National Mall refurbishment


▲ curb + drain

▲ curb + gutter

▲ lawn panel drainage channel

215

NATIONAL MALL TURF + SOIL RECONSTRUCTION


▼ Washington Monument

217

▲ lawn irrigation system

NATIONAL MALL TURF + SOIL RECONSTRUCTION

▲ lawn + pedestrian path


NOAA Center for Weather and Climate Prediction 219

Riverdale Park, Maryland, USA

This new office and research complex is the

by an outdoor dining terrace to a rain garden,

10 acres / 4 hectares

centerpiece of the largest planned research

where it collects and filters through wetland

park in the National Capital Region. Nearly all

plantings. An underground cistern collects

meteorological data collected globally arrives

on-grade stormwater runoff to reuse for

here for analysis by the National Oceanic

site irrigation.

Completion: 2012 Annual EUI: 79.6 kBtu / sf / yr

and Atmospheric Administration’s

32% energy reduction from average

environmental scientists.

The planting palette for the site features native and adapted species that can

To support the organization’s mission of

withstand challenging heat and drought

understanding and predicting changes in

conditions with little irrigation. The variety of

the earth’s environment, the design reduces

native grasses, perennials, ferns and shrubs

the center’s impact on the environment

weave together in broad drifts beneath

and physically embodies man’s relationship

scattered trees, creating the feeling that the

to nature. Just as natural systems do not

building has risen out of a natural landscape.

operate in straight lines, the building is configured in a series of curving wings that

The NOAA Center for Weather and Climate

intersect in a central atrium. The building form

Prediction is a LEED-NC Gold certified, Level

is organic, with waves of space.

IV secure facility.

A large, extensive green roof covers a majority of the roof surface, functioning as the building's “fifth roof.” Excess stormwater runoff from the roof moves down a waterfall

◄ main entrance

2013 design annual

268,000 sq. ft. / 24,900 sq. m.


8 3

5

2

4 6

1 â–˛ site plan 1

guard station

2

main entrance

3

green roof

4

surface parking

5

parking structure

6

service road

7

loading area

8

rain garden


0

◄ level 2 floor plan

15

1 offices

2

atrium

3

conference center

30

1

1 60

2 3 120ft

221

◄ ground level floor plan

8

7

9 5 6

4

1

lobby

2

auditorium

3

conference center

4

library

5

atrium

6

data center

7

offices

8

fitness center

9

cafeteria

10 loading dock

1

3

2

NOAA CENTER FOR WEATHER AND CLIMATE PREDICTION

10


▲ rain garden

▲ north elevation

▲ facade detail


223

▲ south elevation

NOAA CENTER FOR WEATHER AND CLIMATE PREDICTION

▲ main entrance


▲ auditorium

▲ office


▲ interior detail

225

NOAA CENTER FOR WEATHER AND CLIMATE PREDICTION

▲ atrium ▲ atrium


▼ view from south

227

NOAA CENTER FOR WEATHER AND CLIMATE PREDICTION


Ogilvy & Mather Office 229

Culver City, California, USA

Completion: 2011

Ogilvy & Mather’s Los Angeles office is in an

Ogilvy’s people use large work boards

iconic warehouse building in the Hayden Tract

for sharing information in natural, casual

area of Culver City, which features a series of

discussion areas. The design gives

dramatic, radically contemporary buildings.

these boards center stage in the space, acknowledging their importance to the

The office design mimics the architecture

agency's work processes.

of the neighborhood and supports the advertising agency's culture. The demolition

With an open plan, lots of sunlight and multiple

of a signature tunnel entrance opened up the

settings for meetings, the space encourages

reception area and created space for naturally

the collaboration and teaming that are critical

lit work areas and conference rooms. Daylight

to Ogilvy's creative process.

from a glass front and skylights fills the workplace. The design features bold images from the agency’s history.

◄ reception

2013 design annual

27,200 sq. ft. / 2,530 sq. m.


3

2

4 1

2 3

5 3

3

13 12

7 8

2 11

10

11

2

11

â–˛ level 1 floor plan 1

reception

2

conference room

3

executive offices

4

huddle room

5

entry

6

open office

7

vault

8

lounge

9

sound

10 Pro Tools 11 Final Cut Pro 12 telepresence room 13 touchdown 14 post production 15 library 16 kitchen 17 video conference 18 focus room

â–˛ collaboration space

9

6


0

5

10

30

50ft

231

OGILVY & MATHER OFFICE

▲ huddle room


PHX Sky Train™ at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport 233

Phoenix, Arizona, USA

The electrically powered, automated PHX

mover system supports the growth of

Sky Train™ is expected to reduce the airport’s

one of the country’s busiest airports by

greenhouse gas emissions by nearly 6,000

creating an important transportation link

tons a year. The three stations will use 42

Annual EUI: 120 kBtu / sf / yr

between the terminal, its support facilities

percent less power than an established

42% energy reduction from average

and the community.

baseline, and the system uses low-

Completion: 2013

maintenance, durable materials. The project Designed with Gannett Fleming, the

has achieved LEED Gold certification.

1.92-mile-long PHX Sky Train™ segment includes three elevated passenger stations.

Following two future stages adding two

It links the Phoenix region’s METRO light rail

stations and three miles of track, the PHX

system with the airport's largest economy

Sky Train™ will function as a critical connector

parking area and the 88-gate Terminal 4.

between all of the airport terminal's core functions, the rental car facility and the public

The system significantly increases the landside capacity of the airport, providing relief from the previously congested terminal curbside and roadways and opening up space for future growth. The design allowed for phased construction so the construction team could insert the stations into a fully functional airport without interrupting its operations.

◄ elevated walkway

light rail system.

2013 design annual

The new PHX Sky Train™ automated people

200,000 sq. ft. / 18,600 sq. m.


5

1

2

4

3

â–˛ level 2 floor plan 1

back of house

2

west mezzanine

3

canopy

4

east mezzanine

5

pedestrian bridge


0 16 32 64

level 3 floor plan ► core

2

platform

3

guideway

2

1

3 128ft

1

1

235

ground level floor plan ► 1

back of house

2

west concourse

3

breezeway

4

east concourse

5

light rail connector

1

2

3

3

4

PHX SKY TRAIN™ AT PHOENIX SKY HARBOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

5


â–˛ exterior facade


▲ section

237

PHX SKY TRAIN™ AT PHOENIX SKY HARBOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

▲ terminal interior


▼ passenger drop-off

239

PHX SKY TRAIN™ AT PHOENIX SKY HARBOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


Royal London Hospital 241

London, UK

The soaring imagery of the new patient towers

is the UK’s leading trauma and emergency

expresses the dramatic transformation of the

Phase I: 2012

care center. It is the home of London's Air

Royal London Hospital and provides a focal

Completion: 2015

Ambulance, which operates from a special

point for community pride. Five shades of blue

area on the roof, as well as Europe’s largest

glass, horizontal stainless steel fins and large

Annual EUI: 172 kBtu / sf / yr

renal service. A dedicated unit for women

planks of terra cotta express the vitality of the

Part L Compliant

and children features London’s second-

institution and the community.

largest pediatric service. The hospital also offers general services for the City of

The design creates a state-of-the-art medical

London and Tower Hamlets.

facility that blends in with existing buildings that date back to the 18th century. It is

The hospital's cluster of interconnected

sympathetic to the hospital’s retained historic

contemporary glass buildings includes

buildings, including the landmark facade on

two 17-story towers, one equipped with

the original Grade II-listed London Hospital

the helipad for London’s Air Ambulance,

on Whitechapel Road.

and a 10-story tower. The solution to build up, rather than spread out, condensed the

This Skanska-commissioned project is

development and improved adjacencies.

transforming the setting for care

These new facilities form a health campus

delivery and healing for a large segment

incorporating the neighboring Queen Mary

of London’s population.

University of London’ s medical school, the School of Midwifery and the dental hospital.

◄ accident + emergency entrance

2013 design annual

The new 727-bed Royal London Hospital

1.56 million sq. ft. / 145,300 sq. m.


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1 2 3

0

offices + changing

3

gynecology inpatient + emergency unit

4

children's outpatient services

5

neonatal department

6

antenatal outpatient department

7

maternal + fetal assessment + ultrasound

8

maternity inpatient

4

40m

2

2

20

gynecology outpatient

5

10

1

5

level 7 floor plan â–ş

8 6 2

7 243

ROYAL LONDON HOSPITAL

3 2

1 4

1 4 1

4 5

ground floor plan â–ş

4 1

outpatient

2

ambulance drop-off

3

accident + emergency entrance

4

public entrance

5

vehicular drop-off

1

1


â–˛ towers linked over Stephany Way


▲ facade details

245

ROYAL LONDON HOSPITAL

▲ imaging + diagnostics waiting area


▼ London skyline from the east

247

ROYAL LONDON HOSPITAL


RSA Canada Headquarters 249

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Completion: 2012

RSA Canada, one of the country's leading

A special client floor supports a wide range

property/casualty insurance providers, used

of gathering spaces and functions. The

the relocation of its headquarters in Toronto

southwest end of the floor provides traditional

as an opportunity to refresh its internal brand.

meeting spaces, all accessible from a "sidewalk" that terminates at a town square-

The new environment, in a recently

style breakout space designed for casual

constructed LEED Gold building, supports

interaction. A catering kitchen, operable walls

the company's philosophy of innovation and

and "grazing" stations support the floor's

collaboration, with a strong overarching

multi-functional nature.

customer focus. Developed through extensive design sessions with all employees, the

The southeast end of the floor houses an

space creates an engaging, sophisticated

employee lounge with food preparation and

environment that reflects RSA Canada's focus

seating areas. Placing executive offices at the

on the future while recognizing its 300-plus-

north end of this floor encourages leaders to

year history.

interact with clients and staff.

The new space standards and planning

Artifacts from RSA Canada's history are

principles reduce the number of enclosed

strategically located throughout the office.

offices, increase open office areas and

Contrasting colors provide a fresh look for the

accommodate easy reconfiguration for

company's future.

evolving workplace needs. Typical floors have interior offices and meeting rooms with glazed fronts, providing access to daylight for all occupants. Cafés on the north and south ends of the building promote interaction, while the corners of the floor provide space for team meetings.

◄ entrance foyer

2013 design annual

110,900 sq. ft. / 10,300 sq. m.


▲ employee dining area

▲ reception

▲ employee dining area


1

4

2 2

4

1

FHC

4

3 FHC

FHC

5

FHC

2 FHC

FHC

FHC

FHC

2

4

2

2

9 7 6

8

1

5 6 0

3

1

5

1

meeting room

1

reception

2

workstations

2

conference room

3

touchdown

3

workstations

4

café

4

meeting room

5

video conference

5

lounge

6

quiet room

6

lunch room

7

board room

8

galleria

9

breakout area

30

▲ level 8 floor plan

15

▲ level 6 floor plan

50ft

251

RSA CANADA HEADQUARTERS

▲ gathering space


â–ź communal gathering space + kitchen

253

RSA CANADA HEADQUARTERS


San Francisco Public Safety Building 255

San Francisco, California, USA

Completion: 2014

This new public safety building for the city

podium. Circulation is concentrated

and county is located on a city-owned

along the west perimeter facade, with office

parcel in San Francisco’s Mission Bay

and conference rooms facing east and open

Redevelopment Area. It will house the police

office area in between.

Annual EUI: 41 kBtu / sf / yr

administrative headquarters, a relocated

47% energy reduction from average

district police station, a new district fire

The tower’s exterior skin is easily maintained

station and fleet vehicle parking. The project

and energy efficient. A glass curtain wall

includes the rehabilitation of a 1920s

allows office floors to take advantage of views

masonry fire station for community use.

and enjoy natural light while providing an appearance reflecting open government.

The podium’s lower levels house local services, including the police and fi re stations.

The team explored several design options for

The upper levels contain office space for

the west facade, which receives challenging

the police headquarters.

afternoon sun loads and is the most visible public facade. With its varied densities of

The massing for the new building respects the

patterned frit, the west facade balances

existing two-story structure. A central entry

daylight and mechanical constraints while

court incorporates the existing building as the

creating an identity that sets it apart from

south face of the plaza, allowing the historic

traditional office buildings being developed in

masonry structure to maintain a unique

the area. A louvered screen frame wraps the

identity while playing an important role in the

north and south facade, providing sun control.

overall composition of the site. HOK designed the San Francisco Public Two wings connect with a central core to form

Safety Building, which is targeting LEED Gold

a Z-shaped plan. The four-level tower forms

certification, with Mark Cavagnero Associates.

two outward-facing courtyards atop the

◄ street view rendering

2013 design annual

298,000 sq. ft. / 27,700 sq. m.


level 3 floor plan â–ş 1

police headquarters

2

fire station

3

fleet parking

4

garden

3

4

4

1

2

level 1 floor plan â–ş 1

entry court

2

entry

3

police headquarters lobby

4

police headquarters

5

fire station

6

police station

7

fleet parking

8

community meeting room

9

garden

7

6 5 2

3 4 1

8

9


◄ roof plan

0 10 20 40 80ft

257

1

1

1

police headquarters

SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC SAFETY BUILDING

◄ level 5 floor plan


▲ west elevation

▲ south section


▲ side entrance + plaza

▲ view from street

259

SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC SAFETY BUILDING

▲ side entrance + plaza


▼ main entrance

261

SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC SAFETY BUILDING


Sun Moon Lake Resort Hotel 263

Sun Moon Lake, Nantou County, Taiwan

Completion: 2015

The design brings a new resort to the Sun

Passive solar and natural ventilation –

Moon Lake Scenic Area, a destination known

including a multi-story atrium and wing wall

for its natural beauty and nature reserves.

– enhance indoor thermal comfort with stack

The challenge was to maximize views while

and cross-ventilation, reducing the need for

conserving resources and respecting nature.

mechanical ventilation and lighting.

Located next to an existing tourism center,

Renewable energy, rainwater harvesting,

the hotel is part of a larger plan that includes

graywater recycling and solar heating help

a cable car station, public pier bicycle paths

keep the resort’s carbon footprint small.

and a mountain trail network. The resort

Green roofs, which enhance thermal and

cluster embraces the public plaza, defining an

acoustic comfort while reducing stormwater

exclusive water garden and scenic lake view.

runoff, provide an appealing and regionally relevant roofscape.

◄ aerial rendering

2013 design annual

594,800 sq. ft. / 55,300 sq. m.


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â–˛ level 1 floor plan 1

main lobby

2

food + beverage

3

VIP guestroom

4

retail

5

outdoor pool

6

ballroom


0 10 20 40

3

80m

2

1

1

265

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level 3 floor plan â–ş 1

guest room

2

food + beverage

3

green roof

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â–˛ night aerial


▲ main entrance

267

SUN MOON LAKE RESORT HOTEL

▲ pool vista


▼ poolside rendering

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SUN MOON LAKE RESORT HOTEL


Tamar Redevelopment Project Landscape Design 271

Hong Kong

Completion: 2012

This iconic new civic space demonstrates

Because the building functions as the seat

the power of landscapes to restore lost

of Hong Kong’s government, the team

connections and transform perceptions while

structured the design around clear, socially

promoting civic engagement.

relevant design strategies that address public ambitions. The design creates a sense of

The design of the Tamar Redevelopment

openness to new ideas and cultures, fostering

Project provided an opportunity to create

physical and symbolic connectivity. It is a lush,

a unique public open space for Hong

"people-friendly" area with a variety of open

Kong's citizens. The Tamar site occupies a

green spaces.

prominent location within the city's central business district. It also anchors a new

Since opening in 2012, this public green

central waterfront open space system that

space has become a city-wide destination.

reconnects the city with the historic Victoria

It has accommodated events ranging from

Harbour and the mountains that provide an

intimate gatherings beneath the shade

iconic backdrop for the skyline.

trees framing the space to large events that animate the entire lawn.

After helping to complete a master plan for Hong Kong's Central Waterfront in 2005, HOK was invited to join a team that developed a design scheme for the Central Government Headquarters, which serves as the heart of the plan.

â—„ aerial view

2013 design annual

10 acres / 4 hectares


â–˛ green carpet


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2

2

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8 5

6

3

273 7

4

11

13

9 10

â—„ site plan 1

Victoria Harbour

2

central waterfront

3

green carpet

4

floating deck

5

sculpture court

6

LegCo square

7

LegCo garden

8

CGCL forecourt

9

Harcourt Amphitheatre

10 elevated pedestrian bridge 11 LegCo green roof 12 CGCL green wall + green roof 13 CGCO drop-off

TAMAR REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT LANDSCAPE DESIGN

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▲ LegCo green roof

▲ public open space


275

TAMAR REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT LANDSCAPE DESIGN

▲ green carpet


Union Station Train Shed 277

Washington, DC, USA

Completion: 2028

Designed by Daniel Burnham, Union Station

At the heart of the plan is a new train shed

New passenger concourses are seamlessly

opened in 1907 as one of the world’s

that welcomes passengers to Washington,

integrated with the existing historic station

preeminent passenger rail facilities. The

bringing natural light into the station and

building. Passengers and station visitors

station, a national landmark, provides the

symbolically organizing the connections of

encounter significant retail and passenger

first impression of the District of Columbia for

all transit modes. The train shed provides

amenities in light-filled spaces. At the

many visitors. Today, as one of the country’s

vertical connectivity to the commercial

backbone of the circulation system are two

busiest multimodal transportation hubs, it

development above and horizontal

north-south public concourses: the central

is operating far beyond capacity, serving

connectivity between the train station and

concourse on the station's north-south axis

100,000 passenger trips per day on Amtrak

its neighborhood. Additional station space is

and the west concourse connecting to Metro

and commuter trains, Metrorail and buses.

accommodated on multiple levels below the

and the business district to the west. These

tracks and platforms.

public concourses connect new passenger

Amtrak and other stakeholders collaborated

spaces with the existing station.

to create a master plan that envisions the

The sinuous, undulating forms of the train

phased construction of an iconic, multimodal

shed's roof evoke the concepts of movement

transportation hub – a wonderful, new urban

and the three-dimensional motion of trains,

neighborhood. The plan preserves the historic

light rails, passengers, pedestrians, the

Union Station as an architectural treasure

automobile and the passage of time. A

while revitalizing commercial activity in the

vegetated roof retains rainwater and tempers

area, tripling passenger capacity, doubling the

the interior environment.

number of trains the station can handle and greatly improving the passenger experience. The development positions Union Station as an integral part of Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor investment plan.

◄ train shed entrance from H Street bridge, plaza view

2013 design annual

3 million sq. ft. / 278,700 sq. m.


â–˛ aerial rendering


deck level floor plan ► 1

Columbus Plaza

2

train shed

3

Station Place

4

REA building

5

K tower

6

NoMa bid park

7

greenway + bike trail

7 5

6

2

1

0 50

4

100

3 200 400ft

main level floor plan ► 1

Columbus Plaza

2

ticketing

3

platform

4

train tracks

5

greenway + bike trail

5 279

1

2

3

4 UNION STATION TRAIN SHED

first street level floor plan ► 1

parking

2

taxi staging

3

retail

4

Metro

5

west concourse retail

4

6

Amtrak support functions

3

7

Station Place

8

central concourse

9

market passage

1

5 9

11 2

8 6

10 REA building

1

1 10

11 bus terminal + parking access 12 K Street underpass

3

1

7

12


▲ phase I

▲ aerial of platform overbuild


▲ phase II

281

UNION STATION TRAIN SHED

▲ train shed interior elevated walkway connector


â–˛ east elevation

â–˛ train shed interior communter connection + green roof


283

UNION STATION TRAIN SHED

â–˛ train shed interior platform + north-south commercial concourse


â–ź train shed terminal, H Street entrance

285

UNION STATION TRAIN SHED


United States Embassy in Moscow New Office Annex 287

Moscow, Russia

of this building is to promote this relationship

in Moscow is an addition to the embassy

through consular functions, conferences and

building originally designed by HOK. The

public events, as well as through departments

addition includes a new consular section, 300

that have an economic and social impact

Annual EUI: 157 kBtu / sf / yr

desks for State Department and US federal

on Russian society. The new buildings and

18.7% energy reduction from average

agency personnel, public diplomacy spaces

gardens, with a dynamic streetscape and an

including a new auditorium and two floors of

open public realm, are a physical manifestation

residential apartments.

of this relationship.

The initial project on this embassy compound

The design incorporates current State

was to redesign the Moscow Chancery. The

Department goals for sustainable design

design concept broke apart the previously

and construction. The building’s clear solar

designed inward-facing, solid cube and

orientation and major south-facing facade,

replaced it with a glassy building that opens

which incorporates sun shading elements,

toward the Russian Parliament.

expresses a commitment to energy efficiency

Completion: 2016

and sustainability. The annex design extends this message. While the chancery’s design reflected the embassy's official business functions, the design of the annex strengthens the relationship between the American and Russian people. The goal

◄ view from Russian Parliament

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The US State Department's New Office Annex

241,900 sq. ft. / 22,475 sq. m.


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6

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2

3

â—„ site plan

4

1

existing chancery

2

new office annex

3

Russian Parliament

4

Moscow River

5

Moscow Zoo

6

Barrikadnaya apartments


▲ south elevation

▲ west elevation

289

UNITED STATES EMBASSY IN MOSCOW NEW OFFICE ANNEX

▲ main entrance at dusk


â–˛ north lawn

â–˛ consular edge atrium


UNITED STATES EMBASSY IN MOSCOW NEW OFFICE ANNEX

▲ main lobby

291 ▲ main entrance at night


▼ view from south

293

UNITED STATES EMBASSY IN MOSCOW NEW OFFICE ANNEX


University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences 295

Buffalo, New York, USA

Completion: 2016

The University at Buffalo (UB) is relocating

thorough analysis of the scale and texture of

The first floor is devoted to the lobby, 400-

its medical school facilities from its south

the city and the history, quality and craft of

seat auditorium, subway stop, pedestrian

campus to a new downtown campus that

Buffalo architecture.

passage and loading dock. The design

will complement the Buffalo Niagara Medical Center.

proposes retail space along High Street, To the west of the urban site is the existing

Main Street and part of the Allen Street

NFTA subway stop, the Allen Street

pedestrian corridor. The second through

Located at the center of the region’s emerging

neighborhood and a pedestrian access point

fourth floors are the laboratory floors, while

biosciences corridor, this new transit-

to the site. To the south is an existing building

the fifth through seventh floors house

oriented medical school development will

that limits access. To the east are historic

medical education activities.

anchor a lively, urban mixed-use district and

outpatient structures and large healthcare

bring 1,200 students, faculty and staff to

facilities. To the north is the site of a planned

Reflecting UB’s sustainability and climate

downtown Buffalo. With the goal of fostering

children’s hospital and medical office building.

impact reduction goals, the design team is

collaboration and interdisciplinary care, the

targeting LEED Gold certification.

new academic medical center will create

The design locates the front door to the

connections that allow students, faculty,

School of Medicine to the east. The existing

biomedical researchers and clinicians to move

Washington Street is closed south of High

easily from classroom to bedside to lab.

Street and made into a pedestrian connection extending under the Phase II development.

The project presents an opportunity to

This allows the School of Medicine to create a

transform the Buffalo Niagara Medical Center

private front door and an easier drop-off area

campus and to make a bold statement for

for guests while anchoring the area west of a

architecture and urban design in Buffalo. The

proposed green space.

design team approached the project after a

◄ aerial rendering

2013 design annual

560,000 sq. ft. / 52,000 sq. m.


◄ phase I site plan

◄ phase II site plan


10

10 10

11

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5 2

10

100ft

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50

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297

8

â–˛ phase II ground level floor plan 1

building entry

2

lobby

3

security desk

4

auditorium

5

green room

6

loading dock

7

vivarium dock

8

embalming room

9

subway

10 retail 11 pathology museum

7

UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES

6


▲ facade diagram

▲ entry diagram

▲ summer garden

▲ winter garden


▲ elevation

299

UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES

▲ street view rendering


▲ exterior courtyard

▲ exterior courtyard


301

UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES

▲ aerial rendering


▼ street view rendering

303

UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES


University of Florida Lake Nona Research Center 305

Orlando, Florida, USA

Academic and research activities located

Amenities such as conference rooms, informal

dynamic new addition to the Lake Nona

on each floor are connected by a multi-story

meeting areas, copy and break rooms are

Medical City development. It allows the

atrium. All of the internal functions are

centrally located to connect labs and offices.

University of Florida to establish collaborative

organized to provide daylighting to labs and

Annual EUI: 183 kBtu / sf / yr

relationships with the adjacent Sanford-

windows into classrooms.

50.5% energy reduction from average

Burnham Medical Research Institute,

Completion: 2012

values, quality and sustainability for a high-

Nemours Children’s Hospital and other

The first floor accommodates a state-of-the-

performance, contemporary architectural

Florida research entities.

art conference center with a large auditorium,

design. Together, the materials form a

breakout conference rooms and a media-

distinguished structure reflecting the

The form of the new center represents the

equipped lobby that can accommodate social,

dignity, enterprise, vigor and ambition of the

innovative, collaborative and life-changing

academic and student events. The rest of the

University of Florida.

activities housed inside. With its contrasting

first floor is clinical research space operated

colors, shapes and forms, the building

by the Institute on Aging.

presents a contemporary, dynamic image from all directions.

devices reduce demand on cooling systems for the building, which has achieved LEED

laboratories made up of large, “ballroom”-

Platinum certification.

plan island bench areas with mobile sinks

along with a “through lobby,” promote an

and casework supported by fume hood and

equal sense of entry for people arriving by

BSC alcoves. Labs have views of a wooded

car, foot, bike or public transit. A plaza offers

preserve to the south. An internal glass

opportunities for outdoor conversations

wall provides visual connections to offices.

arrival and place.

Passive solar site strategies and sun shading

Research areas include two floors of open

Entry portals from both the north and south,

while imparting an immediate sense of

◄ main entrance

The building materials integrate aesthetic

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This academic and research facility is a

100,000 sq. ft. / 9,300 sq. m.


3 3

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▲ level 2 floor plan

4

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atrium / open to below

2

auditorium

3

classroom

4

lab

5

office

6

conference

7

clinical space

3 3

1

7

7

7

6

7 5

2

5

▲ ground level floor plan

▲ north elevation

▲ west elevation


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5

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4 0 10 20 40

▲ level 4 floor plan

atrium / open to below

2

auditorium

3

classroom

4

lab

5

office

6

conference

7

clinical space

80ft

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3

307 3

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▲ level 3 floor plan

1 3

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▲ section

▲ section

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA LAKE NONA RESEARCH CENTER

4


â–˛ laboratory classroom

â–˛ auditorium


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA LAKE NONA RESEARCH CENTER

▲ main stairwell ▲ courtyard


▼ main entrance

311

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA LAKE NONA RESEARCH CENTER


University of Miami Frost School of Music 313

Coral Gables, Florida, USA

Located in the heart of the University of

rooms, a large jazz rehearsal room and two

control light and heat transmission in each

33,700 sq. ft. / 3,100 sq. m. (renovated)

Miami's Coral Gables campus on the banks of

performance spaces: the “white box” recital

room and an override switch allows users

Lake Osceola, the Phillip and Patricia Frost

hall for pure acoustic performance and

to control light in individual spaces. Using

Phase I completion: 2014

School of Music’s existing facilities were a

practice and the “black box” recital hall for

a traditional Floridian design strategy, stair

Phase II projected: 2015

collage of disparate buildings dating from

mixed media, electronic music, performance

and elevator lobbies are sheltered from rain

Phase III projected: 2017

the late 1950s. Though notable examples

and experimentation.

and direct sun but are naturally ventilated,

Phase IV projected: 2018

of mid-century-modern design, the older buildings need considerable renovation.

Patricia Louise Frost Studio North Wing

reducing energy use while enhancing the The new structures are framed in white

user experience of a green campus in a

precast concrete, using subtly shimmering

benign climate. Air-conditioning systems

Annual EUI: 107 kBtu / sf / yr

The renovations and additions nearly double

quartz sand and a titanium dioxide

employ active chilled beam units to cool

53.6% energy reduction from average

the size of the school while creating a

nanoparticle additive. In the presence of

the studios. Rooftop photovoltaic panels

new courtyard and enhancing the central

sunlight, catalytic titanium dioxide reduces

will reduce energy use by approximately 16

Patricia Louise Frost Studio South Wing

quadrangle. The renovation preserves

concentrations of airborne pollutants. The

percent.

Annual EUI: 210 kBtu / sf / yr

the historic existing buildings, while the

strong structural skin resists mold and

31.6% energy reduction from average

design of the four new buildings pays

stains while reducing air pollution.

careful attention to their unique acoustic requirements.

Rooftop cisterns will collect rainwater for graywater use inside the buildings, saving

Lighting, power and comfort systems are

more than half of conventional water use.

designed to save more than 50 percent

◄ phase I north wing gate

Phase I Patricia Louise Frost Studio Wings

in energy compared to similar campus

Aiming for LEED Platinum certification, the

are teaching spaces. Future phases include

buildings. The design emphasizes natural

Patricia Louise Frost Studio Wings will open

a 200-seat recital hall with a glass-backed

light and exterior views to the green

in 2014.

performance stage overlooking Lake

campus. The large windows use modulated

Osceola. The Center for Experiential Music

electrochromic glazing to reduce solar

contains classrooms, mixing and control

glare and heat gain. Sensors automatically

2013 design annual

83,500 sq. ft. / 7,800 sq. m. (new)


2

â–˛ ground level floor plan 1

School of Music gateway

2

typical music studios

3

existing Foster Building

4

vertical circulation

5

percussion studio

â–˛ site aerial

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10

25

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UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI FROST SCHOOL OF MUSIC

▲ phase I elevation

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concrete skin = 320 trees

▲ the titanium dioxide concrete  skin will scrub the air of NOx car pollution

▲ phase I studio

▲ rooftop solar power use + cost will reduce by 16%

▲ 100% of rooftop rainfall will be captured for use inside buildings


317

UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI FROST SCHOOL OF MUSIC

▲ phase II main recital hall


▼ School of Music entrance

319

UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI FROST SCHOOL OF MUSIC


Xiamen Cross Strait Financial Center Concept Master Plan 321

Xiamen City, Fujian Province, China

Completion: 2011

The master plan creates a regional, cross-

classifications. One creates an innovative

strait financial services center on the east

vertical traffic system linking the street level,

coast of Xiamen Island. The center promotes

the underground network and a series of

economic and financial exchange between

above-ground connections to form a three-

mainland China and Taiwan.

dimensional pedestrian network. An efficient public transport system integrates

Based on the site's abundant natural

subway stations and reduces carbon

resources, a primary goal was to create an

emissions. This system contributes to the

ecofriendly green system that links the city’s

formation of an internationally renowned,

main landscapes, roads and regional parks.

low-carbon living society.

The design creates a green corridor that connects the sea and the city as two axes

The open green corridor and pedestrian

of urban growth.

walkways above and below the street level form a special structure for the central

The 1.5-sq.-km. core area is the closest

business cluster and a park, making them

development to Taiwan in Xiamen. The plan is

magnets for activity.

zoned for three areas: an office core, high-end

◄ aerial rendering

services and a residential neighborhood. The

An open-gate landmark building symbolizes

traffic plan for the core area has different

an open door connecting China and Taiwan.

2013 design annual

5,100 acres / 2,100 hectares


â–˛ zoning diagram

â–˛ site analysis diagram


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traditional village

2

public seashore park

3

Street Financial Forum

4

Golden Beach Hotel

5

Financial Seashore Park

6

hotel resort

7

Jinmen Financial Park

8

Wutong residential

9

Sun and Moon Financial Park

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10 Tapu resettlement housing

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11 Guanyin Mountain 12 Guanyin Mountain Office Park 13 Yangming Financial Park 14 Olympic Tennis Center

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15 Wuyuan Bay Linear Park 16 tunnel access

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17 flyover

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18 Xiamen Time Square Center Green 19 Axis Park 20 Gaolin residential 21 Gaolin resettlement housing

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22 planned school 23 City Park 24 Huzai Mountain 25 Software Park Phase 2 26 Cooperation Park

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27 Wuyuan Bay wetland 28 Wellness Park 29 Jilin Bay residential 30 hospital

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31 gym 32 planned commercial 33 regional retail node 34 high-end residential 35 lakeside reservoir 36 International Conference Center 37 International Convention Center 38 Media City

XIAMEN CROSS STRAIT FINANCIAL CENTER CONCEPT MASTER PLAN

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â–˛ park organization

â–˛ business districts and corridors


325 ▲ neighborhood programming diagram XIAMEN CROSS STRAIT FINANCIAL CENTER CONCEPT MASTER PLAN

▲ green belt diagram


▼ aerial rendering

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XIAMEN CROSS STRAIT FINANCIAL CENTER CONCEPT MASTER PLAN


Image Credits

Project Haiti Orphanage and Children's Center........................................HOK agnès b. Asia Headquarters......................................................................Owen Raggett Photography Alibaba Campus Landscape Design........................................................ Cicada Design Inc. AOL Canada Headquarters........................................................................Richard Johnson Austin Planetarium....................................................................................HOK Baku Flame Towers....................................................................................HOK, Farid Khayrulin BBC New Broadcasting House..................................................................Hufton + Crow, Chris Ansell Boston Seaport Square Conceptual Design.............................................Jock Pottle, Neoscape Carleton University Residence Commons Expansion.............................. Tom Arban Concept Design for Confidential Pediatric Hospital Client......................HOK, Visualhouse Confidential Airport Terminal Expansion Competition............................ HOK Confidential Corporate Headquarters Competition................................ Crystal Confidential Hospital Competition........................................................... HOK, AIP Studioworks Confidential Religious Institution Competition........................................ HOK, Crystal Confidential Research Campus Competition............................................HOK, BIG District of Columbia Consolidated Forensic Laboratory..........................HOK, Alan Karchmer

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Fisher Street Flats + Crossrail Shaft........................................................HOK Harlem Hospital Center Mural Pavilion..................................................... Paul Warchol Huamao International Center.....................................................................Lifang Humber College Building L Media Centre................................................. Tom Arban, Alina Cornea Istanbul International Financial Center.....................................................HOK, Brooklyn Digital Foundry KONE Centre..............................................................................................Sam Fentress Marina Mall................................................................................................ HOK Millward Brown Office...............................................................................Steve Hall, Hedrich Blessing Moscow City Plots 17 + 18.......................................................................H2-Studios Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital.............................................................HOK, Owen Raggett, CIAP Architects National Mall Turf + Soil Reconstruction..................................................HOK, Alpha Corporation NOAA Center for Weather and Climate Prediction...................................Alan Karchmer, University of Maryland Ogilvy & Mather Office..............................................................................Eric Laignel PHX Sky Train™ at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.................. Babak Aliabadi Royal London Hospital...............................................................................HOK, Paul Harmer RSA Canada Headquarters..............................................................

Richard Johnson

San Francisco Public Safety Building....................................................... HOK, Mark Cavagnero Associates Sun Moon Lake Resort Hotel.....................................................................Silkroad Digital Technology Co., Ltd Tamar Redevelopment Project Landscape Design...................................HOK, Architectural Services Department, Gammon Hip-Hing Joint Venture, John Choy Union Station Train Shed.......................................................................... HOK, Amtrak, Akridge, Shalom Baranes Associates, PC


United States Embassy in Moscow New Office Annex............................ HOK University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences....... Bezier- CG, Jock Pottle University of Florida Lake Nona Research Center....................................Moris Moreno University of Miami Frost School of Music............................................... HOK Xiamen Cross Strait Financial Center Concept Master Plan................... HOK, Shanghai Xin Pan Gu Computer Graphics Technology Co Ltd


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