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2016 design annual


Published by ORO Editions Publishers of Architecture, Art, and Design Publisher: Gordon Goff www.oroeditions.com info@oroeditions.com Copyright © 2016 HOK Group, Inc. ISBN: 978-1-939621-46-7 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 First Editions Color Separations and Printing: ORO Group Ltd. Printed in China. Proofreader: Jake Anderson Production Manager: Usana Shadday All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, including electronic, mechanical, photocopying of microfilming, recording, or otherwise without written permission from the publisher. ORO Editions makes a continuous effort to minimize the overall carbon footprint of its publications. As part of this goal, ORO Editions, in association with Global ReLeaf, arranges to plant trees to replace those used in the manufacturing of the paper produced for its books. Global ReLeaf is an international campaign run by American Forests, one of the world’s oldest nonprofit conservation organizations. Global ReLeaf is American Forests’ education and action program that helps individuals, organizations, agencies, and corporations improve the local and global environment by planting and caring for trees. You must not circulate this book in any other binding or cover and you must impose this same condition on any acquirer.


PREFACE

Design excellence defined our past and will define our future. I joined HOK in 1991 to be part of a practice with the opportunity to do the best design work of its time. Today, we are creating design solutions that address the world’s great challenges. We will continue to broaden the scope of our problem solving and use design thinking to strengthen our culture. This will attract the best people and clients. Our practice is about creating artifacts: buildings, master plans, interior spaces or pieces of furniture. We have organized our design teams around the creation of these artifacts, which are at the core of everything we do. A renewed emphasis on the building sciences reflects our belief that the craft of our design work is equally important. That point where design excellence intersects with expertise in specific markets and building types is HOK’s sweet spot. Consider what is happening with scientific innovation. Though many of the most important discoveries in the core sciences have already been made, new innovations are emerging from unexpected overlaps between the core disciplines.


This same type of cross-fertilization leads to architectural innovation. Our arena projects in Barcelona and Edmonton, both featured in this book, have brought together brilliant designers with different areas of expertise to create venues that will spark the development of vibrant mixeduse districts. When design teams approach our clients’ challenges from different perspectives, true innovation begins to emerge. This 2016 Design Annual features projects ranging in scale from community gardens to supertall buildings. What these projects have in common is that they are special places that will make significant contributions to their communities. They represent a fusion of design and purpose. They have meaning. I am proud of the HOK people whose hands shaped these projects and grateful to our visionary clients.

Bill Hellmuth, AIA President + CEO


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company Headquarters

10

BBC Worldwide Headquarters

22

Brigade World Trade Center

30

18Broadway

38

Cardiff University Centre for Student Life

42

Consumers Credit Union Headquarters

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Design Competition for Confidential Client—Metro System

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Dr. D.Y. Patil University Multispecialty Hospital

72

Equinox River Oaks Fitness Center

80

FC Barcelona New Palau Blaugrana Arena

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HOK Office

122

The IRYS System

130

January 8th Memorial and Presidio Park

134

Kentucky International Convention Center

140

@4240 Laboratory and Office Building

146

Master Plan for Confidential Biopharmaceutical Company

152

Memorial University of Newfoundland Core Science Facility

162

Nanjing Financial City Center

170

Ogilvy Washington Office

176

Penn State University Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Building

182

Pritzker Group Office

188

Research and Office Campus for Confidential Client

194

Rogers Place and the Ice District

200

San Francisco Public Safety Campus

206

Shell Woodcreek Campus

218

Soka University of America STEM Expansion Project

228

Spire London

236

Teach for America Headquarters

244

Toucheng Beach Center Expansion

250

Traverse Conference Table

258

University of Chicago William Eckhardt Research Center

262

University of Portland Beauchamp Recreation & Wellness Center

272

University of Washington Husky Stadium Renovation

280

Xixian River Landscape Competition

288

Youthscape at Bute Mills

296

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INDIANAPOLIS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Hillwood Office Tower Design Concept

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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Terminal Modernization

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Hachette UK Headquarters

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Design Competition for Confidential Client—Ferry Terminal


PROJECT LOCATIONS University of Chicago William Eckhardt Research Center

Memorial University of Newfoundland Core Science Facility

18Broadway

Rogers Place and the Ice District University of Washington Husky Stadium Renovation University of Portland Beauchamp Recreation & Wellness Center San Francisco Public Safety Campus

Pritzker Group Office Soka University of America STEM Expansion Project January 8th Memorial and Presidio Park Hillwood Office Tower Design Concept Equinox River Oaks Fitness Center Shell Woodcreek Campus Research and Office Campus for Confidential Client

HOK 2016 Design Annual Projects HOK Office

Master Plan for Confidential Biopharmaceutical Company Ogilvy Washington Office Penn State University Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Building Teach for America Headquarters Consumers Credit Union Headquarters Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Passenger Terminal Modernization @4240 Laboratory and Office Building HOK Office Kentucky International Convention Center


BBC Worldwide Headquarters Youthscape at Bute Mills Cardiff University Centre for Student Life Hachette UK Headquarters Spire London

FC Barcelona New Palau Blaugrana Arena 9

Xixian River Landscape Competition

Design Competition for

Nanjing Financial City Center

Confidential Client—Ferry Terminal Design Competition for

Toucheng Beach Center Expansion

Confidential Client—Metro System

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company Headquarters Brigade World Trade Center

Dr. D.Y. Patil University Multispecialty Hospital


Abu Dhabi National Oil Company Headquarters

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Abu Dhabi, UAE

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company’s (ADNOC)

Inspired by the region’s culture of minimalist

The design integrates complex building

75 stories

new headquarters is a 75-story minimalist

geometry and pattern making, the design

systems in a way that optimizes their

1,122 feet / 342 meters tall

stone-and-glass tower.

creates a symmetrical grid of triangles and

performance while contributing to the inherent

parallelograms. The interior angles and

beauty of the architectural form, geometries

As a distinct addition to the city’s skyline, the

orientation respond to the climate and site,

and patterns. Like a bespoke, tailor-made

supertall building embodies ADNOC’s role as

providing an ideal solar orientation.

suit, the architectural design and mechanical

Completion: 2016 Annual EUI: 67 kBTU/sf/yr

a pillar of Abu Dhabi’s economy and society.

systems work in harmony to wrap the structure

The tower accommodates more than 4,000

Because direct sunlight to the north side is

ADNOC employees and provides flexibility for

limited, that facade is fully glazed and offers

future expansion.

sweeping gulf views. To the south, a double

To maximize flexibility, the team used a

wall provides shading and mitigates direct

modular approach for the interior that

The new headquarters overlooks the Persian

sunlight. The lighting system on this facade

enables all of ADNOC’s office floors to be

Gulf on one of Abu Dhabi’s most prominent

changes in tone, color and intensity to enhance

interchangeable and repeatable. Arranging

urban sites. Its north-south orientation

the tower’s presence at night.

private and open offices along the perimeter

minimizes the ground-level footprint, leaving

provides daylighting and scenic views.

ample room for landscaped amenity space for

On the east and west sides, the natural stone-

the neighborhood.

clad facades are among the world’s tallest. In

Designed to conserve energy and water, the

addition to being a striking architectural detail,

project is targeting LEED Gold certification. It

The tower’s simple structural form and high-

the Bethel white granite stone casing acts as

was also a pilot project for Abu Dhabi’s green

quality materials communicate a sense of quiet

an integrated shading device that protects the

building rating system, now known as the

dignity. Its clarity and integrity stand out from

building’s 65-story glass core from the harsh

Estidama (the Arabic word for sustainability)

the twisting, turning and muscular massing of

Middle Eastern sun. Stretching toward the

Pearl Building Rating System.

many other tall buildings in the Middle East.

sky, the stone sides converge to a sharp point before coming together across the top of the tower to create a large architrave-type opening.

◄ main entrance

in a seamless envelope.

2016 design annual

1.9 million sq. ft. / 175,300 sq. m.


â–ş site plan 1

tower

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existing mosque

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phase 2 podium

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building

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vehicular drop-off

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reception

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► level 61 executive floor plan reception

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boardroom

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reception

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ABU DHABI NATIONAL OIL COMPANY HEADQUARTERS

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▲ north elevation ◄ north facade

ABU DHABI NATIONAL OIL COMPANY HEADQUARTERS

▲ canopy detail

▲ east elevation

▲ south elevation


▲ canopy detail

▲ ocean view from level 61

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ABU DHABI NATIONAL OIL COMPANY HEADQUARTERS

▲ south facade ◄ lobby


â–¼ facade details

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ABU DHABI NATIONAL OIL COMPANY HEADQUARTERS


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ABU DHABI NATIONAL OIL COMPANY HEADQUARTERS


BBC Worldwide Headquarters

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London, UK

Completion: 2015

Stage 6 at Television Centre in White City,

To create an open, efficient workspace, the

mitigates the noise that permeates up through

London, has been transformed into the new

team relocated four central lift cores to a

the atrium space. The only enclosed spaces

headquarters for BBC Worldwide, the primary

windowless wall on the east, replacing them

are meeting rooms, and these are deep inside

commercial arm of the British Broadcasting

with a feature spiral stairway. This helical

the building.

Corporation (BBC). The space was formerly

staircase acts as the main circulation route

occupied by the broadcast studios of BBC

for staff, providing a physical and visual

To highlight the media company’s core

News, which relocated to the BBC New

link between each of the six office floors.

business, more than 60 TV screens

Broadcasting House that HOK designed in

A daylight-filled, circular atrium creates a

throughout the building continuously

central London.

ground-floor gathering place while providing

broadcast BBC programs. The graphics for

visual connectivity between floors.

each floor are themed around non-program-

The design provides an open, flexible

specific subjects such as adventurers or

environment that promotes the BBC’s

The design drives knowledge sharing and

entertainers. Giving each floor a specific

brand while facilitating cross-functional

creativity among content providers and staff

visual tone and graphic style helps extend the

collaboration among more than 1,200

from different departments. Combining bench

life of the imagery and improve wayfinding.

employees across six floors.

workstations with loose furniture options

Some rooms are themed to reflect BBC

accommodates activities ranging from

programs such as “Doctor Who” and “Dancing

focused work to small or large meetings.

with the Stars.” The colorful graphics at

The Television Centre’s reputation as the first “television factory” when it opened

the atrium’s base include more than 1,000

in 1960 inspired the industrial design

The primary settings, or bench workstations,

individually embroidered felt pieces featuring

aesthetic. In addition to energizing staff

radiate out from the atrium with the quietest

favorite lines from BBC programs.

by avoiding the corporate atmosphere of a

locations placed along the glazed perimeter.

traditional workplace, exposing the structure

◄ helical feature staircase

and services within a 15-foot-high frame

Surrounding the staircase and atrium are

preserves the open floor plate and maintains

flexible, secondary settings that encourage

clear sightlines.

collaboration and create a buffer that

2016 design annual

94,025 sq. ft. / 8,735 sq. m.


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main reception

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3

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tea point area

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8

multi-faith room

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BBC WORLDWIDE HEADQUARTERS

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29 ▲ lower ground floor café statement wall BBC WORLDWIDE HEADQUARTERS

▲ collaboration area ◄ view from reception to atrium + lower ground floor café


Brigade World Trade Center

31

Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

Completion: 2020

The design of this landmark residential and

Guided by rigorous environmental analytics,

commercial development embodies south

the design of the towers’ massing and facades

Chennai’s economic growth and emergence

fuses aesthetics and performance. Because

as an IT hub.

solar radiation is the primary heat load

Annual EUI: 40 kBTU / sf / yr 55% energy reduction from average

component in this climate, both structures are Located in Perungudi, a suburb of Chennai,

oriented to minimize east-west exposure.

the 16-acre site offers high visibility and accessibility from the IT corridor along Old

Use of linear terra-cotta panels on the

Mahabalipuram Road.

commercial tower facades emphasizes the verticality of the buildings while shading

A clear separation between commercial

the structure and reducing solar loads. The

and residential zones creates a sheltered

panels, which vary in width and depth, are

residential district that provides an oasis of

limited to 10 unique modules to control costs.

calm amidst the hustle of daily urban life.

Abundant glazing accentuates magnificent views of the Bay of Bengal.

Lifestyle amenities that include an amphitheater, retail, restaurants, a clubhouse

Throughout the development, the design

and parks activate the elevated podium plazas

integrates reimagined elements from

for the commercial and residential parcels.

Chennai’s natural environment with principles

Designed with continuous organic forms,

of Vastu Shastra, a traditional Hindu

these podium plazas are surrounded by lush

architectural system, to create a rich, varied

landscape to encourage pedestrian movement

experience for visitors.

between the simple, linear towers.

◄ commercial tower a2

2016 design annual

2 million sq. ft. / 186,000 sq. m.


▲ solar analysis

▲ view analysis

▲ site environmental diagrams massing 1

▲ concept massing studies

massing 2

massing 3


2 3 0 5

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▲ site plan 1

office tower a1

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hotel block

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commercial plaza

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residential tower b1

6

clubhouse

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residential tower b2

8

residential tower b3

9

community garden

▲ clubhouse

BRIGADE WORLD TRADE CENTER

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Facade Design | Process Facade Design | Process

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PUNCHED PUNCHED OPENINGS OPENINGS

PUNCHED PUNCHED PUNCHED PUNCHED OPENINGS OPENINGS OPENINGS OPENINGS 12X

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HORIZONTAL HORIZONTAL

HORIZONTAL HORIZONTAL HORIZONTAL HORIZONTAL 8X

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VERTICAL VERTICAL VERTICAL VERTICAL 6X

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itial Radiation 509,562 kWh

Facade Design | Options Initial Radiation 27,509,562 kWh

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initial radiation 27,509,562 kWh

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Facade Design | Options

Facade Design | Referencing Colorful Cultural Context of Chennai 12X schemes

color inspiration

Initial Radiation 27,509,562 kWh

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Initial Radiation 12X Radiation 27,509,562 kWh 11,734,555 kWh

6X Radiation 14,399,331 kWh

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12X Radiation Initial Radiation 734,555 kWh 27,509,562 kWh

6X Radiation

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6X schemes 6X Radiation 14,399,331 kWh

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final scheme 6X vertical

12X Radiation 11,734,555 kWh

Facade Design | Options 6X radiation 6X Radiation 14,399,331 kWh kWh 14,399,331

BRIGADE WORLD TRADE CENTER

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18Broadway

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Kansas City, Missouri, USA

Completion: 2010

The design of 18Broadway transformed

reducing the impact on Kansas Cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

volunteers, including many HOK staff, the

a vacant lot in downtown Kansas City into

combined sanitary-storm sewer system.

gardens produce more than three tons of

an innovative demonstration project for

Water is redirected to underground storage

edibles annually. All produce is donated to a

sustainable urban development.

cisterns for UV treatment. The pervious site

local food bank.

perimeter captures stormwater runoff from Though the site has long-term potential to

adjacent streets and roofs, filters it through

Often toured by state, municipal and

accommodate mixed-use development,

bioswales and stores the water for irrigation.

community groups, 18Broadway serves as

property owner DST Systems wanted to

a sustainable development model for public-

explore ideas for converting this transitional

The net zero energy site has grid-tied,

land into a productive, beautiful neighborhood

photovoltaic solar panels that offset the pump

amenity. The design creates an environmental

power used to irrigate the extensive gardens.

showcase for scalable ideas about integrated

A low-velocity wind turbine powers the LED

stormwater management, urban agriculture,

pedestrian lights.

renewable energy and public space. The site includes rain gardens, container

â&#x2014;&#x201E; garden

The stormwater capture and biofiltration

beds and demonstration gardens, an orchard

system collects, cleans and stores up to

and more than 100 high-production raised

89,000 gallons of stormwater at a time,

vegetable beds. Tended by local business

private partnerships.

2016 design annual

1.4 acres / 0.6 hectares


▲ holistic approach to urban development

▲ broadway plaza

▲ natural + manmade solutions absorb, direct, clean + hold nearly all of the annual stormwater runoff


0 3 6 12 24m

▲ excess stormwater stored for irrigation of gardens

nature manages rainfall by passing it through soil and vegetation, purifying it along the way. 18broadway follows nature’s model. stormwater travels through an integrated system of rain gardens and swales that filter out contaminants.

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18BROADWAY

▲ raised bed production garden


Cardiff University Centre for Student Life

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Cardiff, Wales, UK

Design competition: 2015

This competition entry for the Centre for

With overlapping panels of cladding that

Outer circulation spines evoke the arcade

Student Life proposes bringing together

resemble the skin of a dragon, the university's

typology of the university’s traditional campus

student activities and services that support

mascot, the building envelope communicates

buildings. Glazed roofs allow for natural

Cardiff University’s reputation as a global

its goal of integrating exceptional research

light to create a welcoming environment in

destination of choice for learning. Located

and education.

these transition spaces. An arcade adjacent

between the university’s main building and

to the student union features a digital wall

student union and next to the Cathays railway

The building skin forms the southern, main

with a projective surface that uses state-

station, the new facility will be a vibrant hub

facade by creating a sealed envelope with its

of-the-art technology to display imagery for

for campus life.

diagrid-structured, unitized glazing system. A

presentations and exhibits.

layer of protective “scales” mitigates daylight The design enhances connectivity by focusing

and allows for natural ventilation. Though

on the center’s relationship to campus

the system relies on a limited number of base

buildings and primary access points. A large

modules, its parametric setup provides for

atrium unifies surrounding facilities and

careful variation and adaptation to different

new construction and provides a network of

conditions. The orientation of the scales can

pathways to foster chance encounters.

be altered to enhance visual connections and moderate the amount of light and

The building connects to the adjacent

airflow. Designed to accommodate colored

railway station by creating a canopy above

photovoltaic panels, the metallic scales

the pedestrian bridge. It also extends from

provide a bold display of the university’s

the main auditorium to cantilever above a

commitment to sustainability.

landscaped outdoor plaza.

◄ aerial view

2016 design annual

113,990 sq. ft. / 10,590 sq. m.


2 3 1

6

5

7

4

▲ level 1 floor plan 1

bookable meeting space

9

2

showers

10 outdoor lecture + gathering area

3

faith spaces

11 pedestrian realm

4

reception

12 train station

5

atrium

13 cardiff university

6

open group space

14 cardiff student union

7

auditorium

15 train line

8

retail

café

14 12

15 9 5

8

10

11

13

▲ ground floor plan


▼ environmental design section 1

natural daylight + shading

2

hollow core slab + air supply

3

nighttime cooling

4

pv cells + solar hot water

5

atrium

6

rainwater harvest + water recycle 0 5 10 20

1 3 1

40m

1

1

6 4 ▲ zoning diagram

3 1

1

5

2

3

administrative + staff office

2

commercial

3

careers

4

core

5

learning + conference space

6

informal learning space

7

outdoor learning space

8

student gateway

9

toilet

10 atrium

▲ longitudinal section through student welfare + flexible learning zone atrium + main auditorium

CARDIFF UNIVERSITY CENTRE FOR STUDENT LIFE

2

45


â&#x2013;˛ overview from the west showing pedestrian space

â&#x2013;˛ internal atrium view


► structure + skin 1

main auditorium envelope

2

main roof element

3

louvered rooflights

4

main cladding element

5

main auditorium structure

6

main atrium cantilever structure

7

3

2 2

1

main circulation + study arcade + balcony

4

5

6

47

7

CARDIFF UNIVERSITY CENTRE FOR STUDENT LIFE

▼ program elements 1 auditorium 2 flexible study space

1

3 informal atrium auditorium 4 bookable meeting + group study space 5 outdoor gathering space 6 cafeteria

2

7 internal galleried arcade 8 main atrium + arrival

3

9 retail food + beverage

5 6

4 8

7

9

▲ facade details


â&#x2013;¼ cantilevered auditorium

49

CARDIFF UNIVERSITY CENTRE FOR STUDENT LIFE


Consumers Credit Union Headquarters

51

Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA

Completion: 2017

This headquarters building is the first phase

regional vernacular and protects the structure

the full experience of the forest and a sense

of a new campus for Consumers Credit Union.

from harsh northwest winds. Window boxes

of discovery upon arrival. A series of trails

The design emphasizes flexibility, interactivity

provide daylight and views for meeting rooms

connects users to the natural surroundings.

and connections to nature.

while projecting a dynamic display of light

Annual EUI: 63 kBTU / sf / yr Situated on a heavily forested 22-acre site at

patterning visible to those experiencing the

The flexible master plan can accommodate

building from the freeway.

expansion of up to 300,000 square feet.

The Groves business park, the building forms a bridge across the hills. This preserves the

To take advantage of sunlight during

natural topography and watershed through the

Michiganâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lengthy fall and winter seasons,

valley to a retention pond. To further protect

the interior environment is organized around a

the forested land, the design consolidates the

three-story, south-facing atrium. As the heart

significant parking requirement into a single

of the office, the atrium culminates in a large

structure recessed into the siteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest hill.

ceremonial stair that serves as an informal auditorium and company gathering space.

The brick, metal, glass and concrete palette

â&#x2014;&#x201E; concept design study model

gives simplicity to the building composition.

The minimalist site design focuses formal

On the southern facade, the glass curtain

landscape spaces under and around the

wall maximizes natural light and views,

building, protecting the plant life from harsh

reinforcing the verticality of the forest. A

weather. Visitors access the building from

brick facade along the north builds on the

a meandering approach road that provides

2016 design annual

90,000 sq. ft. / 8,360 sq. m.


â&#x2013;˛ model studies

â&#x2013;˛ atrium view from level 3


3

1

4

► level 2 floor plan

0

executive offices + boardroom

3

meeting + work rooms

4

terrace

5

atrium

6

monumental stair

3 1 5 50

workspace

2

25

1

2

6

3 1 100ft

1 5

9

8

► level 1 floor plan entry lobby

2

workspace

3

café + community spaces

4

meeting + work rooms

5

training + multipurpose room

6

atrium

7

monumental stair

8

fitness room + lockers

9

parking stair + elevator

53

5

4

?

6

4

3 7

2

H

1

▲ north-south section through monumental stair

▲ north-south section through atrium

CONSUMERS CREDIT UNION HEADQUARTERS

1


â&#x2013;¼ rendered view from the south

55

CONSUMERS CREDIT UNION HEADQUARTERS


Design Competition for Confidential Client—Ferry Terminal Middle East

Design competition: 2014

The concept for a new ferry terminal was

Interior zones within the enclosed, air-

inspired by the city’s network of water taxi

conditioned terminal include ticketing, a café,

terminals located at key sites along its

service areas and waiting rooms with scenic

Corniche waterfront pedestrian walkway.

views of the water. The circulation spine extends into the water as a floating dock,

The terminal’s sweeping architectural form

following the form of the roof above for direct

encircles the water, creating a sheltered

access to water taxis.

environment within a protected lagoon. As pedestrians stroll the Corniche, they Integrated photovoltaic panels and solar-

have the option to walk up the ramp onto the

powered lights along the surface of the

terminal roof observation deck for sweeping

terminal create a coral pattern that forms

vistas of the Corniche and the sea.

a shimmering reflection on the sea below. Taking inspiration from natural land dunes and coral reef, this ground plane pattern provides a memorable gathering place and an urban recreation destination. Angled openings within the patterned surface are engineered to minimize solar gains while maximizing natural daylight penetration, optimized for the city's solar orientation.

◄ ferry terminal at dusk

2016 design annual

26,695 sq. ft. / 2,480 sq. m.

57


â&#x2013;˛ parametric building shell study


x

xx

xx

xxx 4

xxx m

59

DESIGN COMPETITION FOR CONFIDENTIAL CLIENTâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;FERRY TERMINAL


0

1

6 2 12 4 24m 8m

61 ▲ observatory deck level

observatory deck

1

main entrance

2

waiting rooms

3

dock

4

entrance plaza

DESIGN COMPETITION FOR CONFIDENTIAL CLIENT—FERRY TERMINAL

1

4

1

2

3

▲ concourse level ◄ dock


â&#x2013;˛ east-west section

â&#x2013;˛ main entrance to terminal + observatory deck


0

▲ north-south section

2

4

8m

63

DESIGN COMPETITION FOR CONFIDENTIAL CLIENT—FERRY TERMINAL


▼ view from the sea

4

65

DESIGN COMPETITION FOR CONFIDENTIAL CLIENT—FERRY TERMINAL


Design Competition for Confidential Client—Metro System Middle East

This architectural vision for a new public

quality landscaping, shade structures,

with some site-specific parts, buildings are

48 tram stops

transportation system supports the city’s

seating, retail facilities and meeting spaces.

simple to construct and use highly sustainable

2,950 bus stops/corridors

growing infrastructure while establishing a

The elevated stations become bridges

materials. This simplicity helps shape the

25 park + ride structures

new world-class design standard.

across busy roads, with larger hubs offering

transportation system’s identity.

13 water taxi stations Integrated control center

space for people to enjoy the city on lower Iconic, identifiable architecture establishes

concourses and beneath the structures.

efficient transportation hubs and helps Design competition: 2014

redefine the city's image to the world.

The architectural design is inspired by coral, a

Strung together as an intermodal network,

fundamental natural resource of the city and

these architectural jewels are intuitively

an important symbol of its origins and history.

understood by travelers to be part of the city's

The mathematically generated Penrose

transportation infrastructure.

porosity pattern provided logic that helped determine the design of the cladding for

Readily accessible nodes link passengers

different building structures.

to an interconnected system of new metro, ferry, bus and cycle terminals. Sophisticated

Beyond its role as a vital part of the city’s

technology enables clear communication

infrastructure, the metro system also

between passengers and the system.

communicates the client's commitment to establishing an energy-efficient future and

Drawing on principles of biomimicry, the

a sustainable energy economy. Efficient and

design integrates the transportation system

regenerative systems include energy recovery

into the public realm through a series of hard

ventilation and water reclamation.

and soft landscaped areas. Routes connecting

◄ station me-1

the transport stations act like linear gardens,

The design uses a kit-of-parts approach to

or, like the function of a leaf, “green veins” of

ensure efficient project delivery. Composed

the city. Areas around the stations feature

of prefabricated, repeatable components

2016 design annual

73 metro/rail stations

67


▲ station me-1

▲ south elevation of station me-3


0

3

6

12

24m

69

DESIGN COMPETITION FOR CONFIDENTIAL CLIENT—METRO SYSTEM

▲ interior of station me-3


▼ station me-3

71

DESIGN COMPETITION FOR CONFIDENTIAL CLIENT—METRO SYSTEM


Dr. D.Y. Patil University Multispecialty Hospital

73

Mumbai, India

Completion: 2020

The design creates a world-class specialty

An outpatient center provides convenient

diagnostic and treatment podium is clad in

hospital that can function as a standalone

access from the hospital’s public entrance.

stone and glass. A sculptural, environmentally

facility and as part of D.Y. Patil University’s

Key components include outpatient imaging,

responsive, glass-fiber-reinforced concrete

medical teaching campus. The building will

a women’s center, a sports medicine division,

(GFRC) screen over the curtain wall shades

meet the health needs of India’s emerging

and medical and surgical specialties.

the inpatient tower.

revenue to support the university’s public

Inpatient floors house units for intensive care,

The transition level includes accessible,

charity hospital.

step-down, high-risk birthing, and general

landscaped roof gardens for Level IV physical

medical and surgical care. An inpatient

therapy, a women’s center, and education and

The university's vision is for the architecture

rehabilitation unit will serve orthopedic

administration areas.

to communicate a progressive, modern image

patients. All inpatient rooms are private and

for the medical complex. A contemporary,

same-handed, and each floor includes larger

At the building base, an open gateway

hospitality-influenced interior design will

VIP rooms.

provides a new entry to the campus and

middle and upper-middle class while providing

enhance the patient experience within this international destination hospital.

a gracious porte-cochere leading into the Educational and administrative facilities are provided at the transitional floors between

Designed for flexibility and future adaptability,

the lower podium (outpatient, interventional

the state-of-the-art, specialized interventional

and ICU/SDU) and upper inpatient zones.

facility includes general operating theaters,

These areas are designed as expansion space

cardiac catheterization labs, a hybrid cardiac/

for future interventional or inpatient services.

neurosurgical operating theater, a cystoscopy theater and endoscopy rooms.

The architecture responds to the interior program. The exterior of the hospital’s

◄ gateway entrance

hospital and education auditorium.

2016 design annual

730,000 sq. ft. / 67,800 sq. m.


â&#x2013;ź site plan 1

gateway entry

2

medical campus plaza

3

existing medical college

4

existing hospital

5

parking ramp

6

ambulance drive

3

4

2 5

1

6


0

3

3

2

3

4

2

visitor lobby

2

family room

3

nurse station

4

inpatient rooms

50m

▲ typical level floor plan 1

20

3

3

10

1

75

1

5

3 4 6

▲ ground level floor plan 1

main entry lobby

2

auditorium

3

outpatient waiting

4

imaging suite

5

emergency department

6

retail pharmacy + coffee shop

2

DR. D.Y. PATIL UNIVERSITY MULTISPECIALTY HOSPITAL

3


▲ east elevation

▲ rendered exterior view


0

9

18

36m

77

DR. D.Y. PATIL UNIVERSITY MULTISPECIALTY HOSPITAL

▲ exterior wall section ▲ exterior wall detail


â&#x2013;¼ view from medical campus

79

DR. D.Y. PATIL UNIVERSITY MULTISPECIALTY HOSPITAL


LEVEL 3 35' - 0"

JACK SLAB 20' - 6" LEVEL 2 20' - 0"

LEVEL 1.5 9' - 0"

LEVEL 1 0"

Equinox River Oaks Fitness Center Houston, Texas, USA

Completion: 2015

The first Houston location of this upscale,

First-floor spaces include a lobby reception

full-service fitness center brand creates a

area, retail store, juice bar and sales offices.

sanctuary of health and wellness in the city’s

A mezzanine level houses lounge spaces and

River Oaks residential community.

a glass box seating area partially suspended over the retail space. The second floor

The center is located at the heart of a high-end

features strength and cardio areas, a lounge,

retail complex. Its design draws inspiration

locker rooms and individual studios for yoga,

from the early development of the area’s

Pilates, barre and group fitness classes.

affluent neighborhoods and monuments. The centerpiece is a grand staircase Key design features reflect the understated

composed of blackened steel with a screen

elegance advocated by John Staub, a local

divider flanking both sides that runs the full

residential architect who designed many River

height of the center. From the first floor,

Oaks homes from the 1920s to the 1960s.

the screen provides partial privacy for the mezzanine space. On the second floor, it

The functional yet elegant design integrates

connects with a double-stacked wood “up-

conceptual elements that define the region,

and-over” feature to form a bridge between

including Houston’s abundant energy

the lounge and locker rooms. Resembling a

resources, commitment to the arts and

catwalk, the bridge creates a showcase for

Southern hospitality. Collectively, these

the fitness space and its occupants.

elements express a sense of history and local culture while supporting the Equinox brand.

◄ level 2 bridge lounge

2016 design annual

31,100 sq. ft. / 2,890 sq. m.

81


◄ level 2 floor plan

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3

6

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▲ level 2 lounge

LF95Ti

11

9

HANGING GRID

REFORMER TOWER

CADILLAC

LF95Ti LF95Xi

REFORMER TOWER

CHAIR

BARREL

LF95Ti LF95Xi

10

lounge

2

men’s locker room

3

women’s locker room

4

prefunction

5

strength

6

cycling

7

cardio

8

pilates

9

yoga

10 barre

UBE LF95Ti

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NIC

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1

11 group fitness


0

10

20

40ft

83

EQUINOX RIVER OAKS FITNESS CENTER

â&#x2013;² level 1 retail + stairs


â&#x2013;¼ level 1 entry reception

85

EQUINOX RIVER OAKS FITNESS CENTER


FC Barcelona New Palau Blaugrana Arena

87

Barcelona, Spain

Serving as the new home for FC Barcelona, a

capacity on one side. The tighter, steeper

places. A large exterior projection screen

Social + cultural events: 12,500 seats

Euroleague basketball team, as well as FCB’s

bowl offers exceptional sightlines and

under the roof broadcasts live footage of

handball, futsal and roller hockey teams, this

captures noise to create an intense spectator

events to fans in the public plaza.

arena replaces the original 7,500-seat Palau

environment. Premium amenities include

Blaugrana, which opened in 1971. It is a key

luxury VIP boxes and sky bars/lounges with

The project incorporates an adjacent

component of a broader initiative to improve

court views.

court with capacity for 2,000 spectators,

Completion: 2019

FC Barcelona’s facilities and create the Espai Barça sports and entertainment district.

an ice rink and the FCB Escola academy Using customized digital tools, designers

training facilities.

calibrated the venue and bowl geometries to The building connects to the district’s existing

optimize viewing quality as well as the shape

Sustainable design strategies conserve

and planned development, forming a physical

and dimensions of event spaces. The compact

energy and water, minimize waste, and

and visual anchor while making a bold,

building span reduces structural costs and

incorporate local plants and materials. Water-

contemporary statement.

improves operational efficiencies. A flexible,

saving fixtures, daylighting, low-emission

retractable seating configuration adapts for

materials, building automation systems and

different uses.

paperless ticketing enhance efficiencies.

the energy, passion and movement of

To engage people beyond the arena’s walls,

HOK is designing the facility in collaboration

the performances that take place inside.

the design blends the indoors and outdoors.

with TAC Arquitectes.

An elegant, metallic facade creates

An open-air concourse celebrates the

transparencies that provide dramatic views

Mediterranean climate and generates new

into the action.

revenue opportunities through concession

Inspired by organic geometry and fluid shapes, the arena’s curvilinear form complements

areas and year-round amenities. Outdoor

◄ approach view

Designed to emulate a theater environment,

patios, plazas and green spaces across the

the asymmetrical seating plan provides more

vehicle-free site act as informal gathering

2016 design annual

Basketball: 12,000 seats


▲ site plan

▲ aerial view


7 1

concert

2

futsal

3

roller hockey

4

basketball

5

link to bridge

6

football pitch

7

roof

8

retractable seats

9

international ice rink

8 9

6

0

10 auxiliary court

10 50 m

4

20

10

3 5

2 1

89

FC BARCELONA NEW PALAU BLAUGRANA ARENA

â&#x2013;² upper concourse level 5 showing football pitches


3

3

2

2

3

2

1

3

▲ level 3 main concourse floor plan

1

concourse

2

bars + clubs

3

concessions

7 6

▲ level 6 sky bar floor plan

4

terrace

2

sky bar

3

6 5

1

5

2

1 2

2

1

2 2

3 3

2

3 3 3

▲ level 1 event floor plan

▲ level 5 upper concourse floor plan

1

circulation concourse

1

concourse

2

service yard

2

concessions

3

locker rooms

3

external plant

4

box office

5

storage

6

plant

7

lockers

1

1


front stage/super-theater

0

front stage/super-theater

10 20 50m

center stage/super-theater end stage

91 end stage optimal

basketball

center stage in the round

banqueting mode â&#x2013;˛ event configurations

FC BARCELONA NEW PALAU BLAUGRANA ARENA

end stage in the round


OVERALL SUSTAINABILITY CONCEPTS

In response to the GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY FOR ESPAI BARÇA, our design strategies integrate sustainabil

solutions. The sustainability strategy for the proposed scheme is mainly focused on reduction of energy consumption redu well-being and comfort while also addressing energy & water active systems efficiency, waste minimization, use of sustain

MATERIALS High contentcontent & use of local highrecycle recycled + use of local materials materials At least 50% of the construction will use recycled, at least 50% of the construction will use recycled, renewable and/or recycling-friendly materials.

renewable or recycling-friendly materials

SOCIAL barrier-free Barrier-free visitor experience is carefully to make the The visitor experience is carefully designeddesigned to make the area accessible and enjoyable.

area accessible and enjoyable

URBAN INTEGRATION microclimate Microclimate Semi-open spaces are introduce to the design toto the design to serve semi-open spaces are introduced serve as a thermal buffer and provide

micro-climate ‘oasis’ as a thermal buffer and provide microclimate ‘oasis’ Hottest week of the year from 12-6PM T ≤ 32.5 C

hottest week ofyear the year fromT12-6 ≥ 9 Cpm T ≤ 32.5 °C Coldest week of the from 12-10PM coldest week of the year from 12-10 pm T≥ 9 °C

SMART enhanced experience Enhanced ExperiSmart management center with metering in each smart management center with metering in each building to building. Display and communicate energy saving

display and communicate energy savings to end users with end-users

VISITORS EXPERIENCE & OUTDOOR COMFOR ▲ overall sustainability concepts WINTER WIND BARRIER

perceived temperature Perceived Temperatur Toohot hot too

SPORT ACTIVITIES comfortable Comfortable

PT >32 ⁰C

28 ⁰C < PT < 32 ⁰C

26 ⁰C < PT < 28 ⁰C

9 ⁰C < PT < 26 ⁰C 0 ⁰C < PT < 9 ⁰C

cold tooToo cold

-13 ⁰C < PT < 0 ⁰C PT < -13 ⁰C

WONDER

▲ visitor experience + outdoor comfort SMART RECYCLE METERING GREY WATER ◄ view of entrance from bridge

Sustainability Concepts

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lity ideas within all processes to promote smart, green and innovative ucing the energy and water demands by passive means, optimal visitor nable and local materials and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;smartâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; community.

WATER Rainwater Harvesting R rainwater harvesting + & Water-Saving Fixtures

water-saving fixtures aiming to achieve 60% of the water provided by Aspired demand to achieve 60% of the water demand covered by rain and/or grey

recovered rain or gray water after demand with waterreducing after reducing this demand with efficient fixtures

efficient fixtures.

ENERGY & Renewable Energy

renewable energy 10

Efficient systems will reduce the efficient energy systems reduce theenergy energy demand, with energy demand, while innovative renewadditional conservation coming innovative ablefrom technologies will cover a percentage of it.

renewable technologies

20

COMFORT thermal comfort Thermal Comfort Transition spaces minimize theprovide thermal transition spaces minimize the thermal stress and

adaptive comfort for visitors

stress and provide adaptive comfort of the visitors. 50m

COMFORT daylight Daylight Harvesting natural light in all possible harvesting natural light in all possible areas: offices below areas. Some offices are below the podi-

93

the arena's podium level have um a goal a aspired 2% to level ofof theachieving Arena, they are

achieve 2% daylight factor in 50% of the

daylight factor in 50% of the flfloor area oor area.

kinetic floor to capture footfall Kinetic floor to capture footfall energy

COLDEST WEEK

C

1010PM pm

HOTTEST WEEK

energy 5-9W 5-9W per step per step

apertures designed in response designed in response to the toApertures the radiation map radiation map.

6PM 6 pm

C

C

FUN 12 pm Allow solar exposure & wind shelter allow solar exposure during the winter months

12PM

Shading and introducing wind flow shading and introducing

wind flow during

winter months

summer months

WIRELESS PAYMENT

LOW EMISSION MATERIALS

FOOTBALL PITCH

DAYLIGHT

SHADING

during the summer months

+ wind shelter during

WATER EFFICIENCY INSTALLATIONS

BUILDING AUTOMATION

ARENA

LED TECHNOLOGY

PAPERLESS TICKETING

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0

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5

10

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FC BARCELONA NEW PALAU BLAUGRANA ARENA

▲ sky bar

95 ▲ presidential box

20 0

▲ upper concourse


1

2

3

4

5

7

6 8

9 10

â&#x2013;˛ lower tier + boxes: bowl, facade, roof scoreboard + catwalks 1

tensioned perforated fabric membrane

2

lightweight facade systems

3

in-situ or precast concrete system (carrying a layer of thermal insulation + single ply weather membrane), concrete pavers

4

external plant areas palau

5

box level north facade

6

curtain wall main concourse

7

concrete external pavers on polypropylene spacers

8

concrete blocks on leveled screeds + compacted terrain

9

prefabricated unitized panel system

10 ventilated brick wall systems with unitized window system


1 2 3

◄ cassette system (main roof) tensioned perforated fabric membrane

2

steel structure for fabric roof

3

membrane roof (weather barrier)

4

glass wool or mineral wool insulation

5

in-situ concrete on metal deck

6

air space

7

glass wool or mineral wool insulation

8

perforated metal liner with mininum 20% open area

0

1

10

4 20

5 6 7 50m

8

97

FC BARCELONA NEW PALAU BLAUGRANA ARENA

▲ facade detail: perforated metallic panel + mesh

▲ south facade details


â&#x2013;¼ pedestrian view from east

99

FC BARCELONA NEW PALAU BLAUGRANA ARENA


Hachette UK Headquarters

101

London, UK

Completion: 2015

The new headquarters office of UK publisher

Drawing inspiration from the design of

complete with flower beds, seating and

Hachette brings together its corporate group

a classic family home, the workplace

grass areas offering sweeping views of the

and seven independent, often competing,

incorporates a blend of communal and

London skyline. The café acts as a gathering

publishing divisions into a single building.

personalized spaces. Each publishing division

area to foster collaboration and encourage

Hachette relocated these brands from five

is viewed as a family member and equipped

interaction among employees.

separate locations in and around London’s

with a reception-like arrival area offering an

West End.

immediate, customized brand experience

As the former office of Associated

that can be seen on each of the floors from

Newspapers, the Carmelite House building

Carmelite House offered a statement building

the central atrium. Shared spaces include

has a Grade II-listed brick facade dating

with large, efficient floor plates surrounding a

kitchens, non-dedicated meeting spaces and

back to the late 1890s and is recognized

central atrium, expansion space, easy access

breakout rooms.

as an early surviving example of newspaper

to the city, convenient travel connections and stunning views of the River Thames.

architecture along Fleet Street. The design The fully open-plan office space encourages

retains an iron staircase, elevator and several

company-wide collaboration and

wall paintings as examples of decorative

The six-story, open work environment

communication, removing all private offices

commercial architecture.

enables each division to maintain its own

and eliminating physical barriers between

identity within Hachette’s overall brand while

colleagues. The flexible work environment

Design interventions included replacing the

promoting company-wide collaboration and a

offers many activity-based areas for

ceilings in the reception area and sixth-floor

sense of community.

individual and group work. Non-assigned

café, installing a more efficient cooling system

hot desks distributed throughout the office

in the café, adding a freight elevator and

To begin the design process, a menu of generic

provide temporary workspaces for visitors

repurposing the original vaults and printing

finishes, lighting, furniture and audiovisual

and staff from other floors.

press room into storage space.

facilities was presented to each publishing

◄ central atrium

division. After items had been selected, the

A pavilion café on the sixth floor takes

design team researched each division’s brand

advantage of the building’s outdoor space,

and worked with the group to develop specific

extending through large glass doors to a

design solutions tailored to their needs.

7,600-sq.-ft. landscaped rooftop terrace,

2016 design annual

100,000 sq. ft. / 9,290 sq. m.


â&#x2014;&#x201E; typical floor plan 3 2 4 6

5

8 2

1

arrival point

2

primary work space

3

meeting room zone

4

quiet rooms

5

tea point + collaboration zone

6

resource + print area

7

lift lobby

8

atrium

3

1

7

4

â&#x2014;&#x201E; lower ground floor plan 3 1

2 1

6

5

4

9

primary work space

2

tea point + breakout area

3

meeting room zone

4

multifunction room

5

training rooms

6

print room

7

post room

8

lift lobby

9 atrium

8 3 7

1


0 5 10 20m

103

▲ open plan work space

HACHETTE UK HEADQUARTERS

▲ arrival point


105 ▲ landscaped roof terrace HACHETTE UK HEADQUARTERS

▲ reception + library wall ◄ little, brown book group arrival point


Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Passenger Terminal Modernization Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Completion: 2018

The world’s most traveled airport, the 207-

weather while maintaining views of the sky

The high-performance design features

gate Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International

and daylight. Composed of translucent

energy-efficient cladding and building

Airport, is embarking on a $6 billion, 20-year

ETFE (ethylene tetrafluoroethylene) panels

systems. Ceilings will be modified to harvest

expansion and modernization program. The

supported by a contemporary steel frame,

natural light and to optimize interior lighting

airport’s vision is to create an exceptional

the 864-foot-long canopies help redefine the

systems, which include LED lighting.

experience for all guests.

character of the building as a 21st-century air terminal. This design was made possible

Improved circulation and signage systems

HOK is leading the joint venture team

by the team’s use of the firm’s proprietary,

make wayfinding more intuitive. A clearly

designing a $200 million improvement to the

interdisciplinary design technology, including

marked airport security screening zone leads

airport’s domestic passenger terminal. The

HOK STREAM TM.

passengers from the atrium to concourses

project features the addition of two large

and gates. Improvements to the baggage

canopies over curbside pick-up and drop-off

Central to the passenger experience, a new

claim area include highly visible digital

areas and a redesigned central atrium space.

15,000-sq.-ft. atrium creates a lush, park-like

monitors and new speaker systems.

The design solution embraces the energy of

setting that reflects the Atlanta landscape

the world’s most traveled airport while giving

and is brightened by a circular skylight. In

The HOK-led joint venture for the terminal

passengers a sense of ease and clarity in

this space, passengers can relax on their

modernization includes Stanley, Love-Stanley,

navigating the 400,000-sq.-ft. terminal.

way to and from gates. The design converts

P.C., and Chasm Architecture, L.L.C.

the atrium from a processing space to an

◄ entry

Visitors will arrive and depart under two

engaging civic area that connects visitors and

transparent canopies providing shelter

travelers to Atlanta, reinforcing the airport as

and comfort from Atlanta’s ever-changing

an ambassador for the region.

2016 design annual

60,000 sq. ft. / 5,575 sq. m.

107


6

1

3

5

4

2

6 â&#x2013;˛ site plan 1

north roadway canopy

2

south roadway canopy

3

north ticketing hall

4

south ticketing hall

5

atrium

6

parking garage

6

â&#x2013;˛ section through canopy + terminal

1 5

3


0

25

50

100

200ft

109

2

4

6

HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TERMINAL

â&#x2013;² aerial view


â&#x2013;˛ variations of design alternatives

â&#x2013;˛ parametric analysis

â&#x2013;˛ variations in truss shape based on parametric analysis


Design Technology

The team developed parametric structural models

At the concept design stage, the team evaluated

using HOK STREAM TM for design schemes

the structural capacity of the existing terminal to

The design process for the canopies leveraged

including tensioned fabric structures, mono-

support the new canopy. This required technical

HOK’s proprietary, interdisciplinary parametric

column systems and undulating diagrid forms.

expertise and rapid structural evaluation to

tools, including HOK STREAM TM.

Controlling design parameters included readily

demonstrate the feasibility of landing on the

available steel shapes; single-curvature-only

existing building rather than providing a line of 19

At the beginning of conceptual design, HOK’s

geometry; splice locations and detailing to ease

new columns, foundations and braced frames on

structural and architectural designers began two

steel erection; consideration of allowable loads

both sides of the terminal.

parallel but interdependent studies:

onto existing facilities; loading from a wind tunnel

• Structural studies and optimization for

study; thermal movement; and fatigue resistance

As the design progressed, the team spent

at connections.

hundreds of hours evaluating individual spaces

several design options.

was not designed.

100

construction documents.

50

its ability to accommodate new loads for which it

documentation through completion of the

25

existing terminal to support the new canopies.

1 million square feet of the existing structure for

geometry for structural analysis and design

0

• Evaluation of the structural capacity of the

and elements. This included analyzing more than The parametric definition remained the “master”

200ft

111

▲ final canopy details

▲ representative site condition showing existing services to be accommodated

▲ final canopy details

HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TERMINAL

▲ analysis model of a portion of existing terminal


â&#x2013;˛ truss construction sequencing


0 25 50 100 200ft

▲ existing conditions

113

▲ completed roadway canopy

HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TERMINAL

▲ terminal during construction


â&#x2013;² roadway under canopy


▲ canopy + terminal building

115

▲ canopy at night

HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TERMINAL

▲ facade recladding


â&#x2013;¼ aerial view at night

117

HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TERMINAL


Hillwood Office Tower Design Concept

119

Dallas, Texas, USA

Developer Hillwood Urban invited HOK

The enclosure incorporates high-performance

Building services and access to parking

50 stories

to create concepts for a new downtown

glazing and shading elements to ensure a

occupy the remainder of the ground level. An

700 feet / 213 meters tall

Dallas skyscraper. The study resulted in the

naturally illuminated, comfortable interior on

engaged parking podium accommodates more

preliminary design of a 1.2-million-sq.-ft.

office floors. Efficient floor plates support the

than 2,200 cars above and below grade.

tower that occupies a modest 1.75-acre

creation of attractive, productive workplace

footprint on half a city block.

environments with scenic city views.

As a new gateway into downtown Dallas, the

The tower engages its surroundings by

with skyline views of the CBD and Klyde

iconic tower rises 50 stories to a glass and

reducing its footprint as it reaches the ground

Warren Park.

stainless-steel crown that projects a dramatic

level. This design creates opportunities

profile on the skyline. The gracefully tapering

for a vibrant streetscape and integrated

form rises more than 700 feet from a dense

landscape to act as a welcoming threshold at

urban context to provide a singular presence in

the buildingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s base. A three-story monumental

the central business district (CBD).

lobby that extends for a city block acts as

Design completion: 2015

The structure is topped by a roof garden serving the corporate amenity levels,

a visual landmark for an adjacent elevated This development forges a new connection

highway. Retail reception spaces in the lobby

between the emerging Uptown neighborhood

ensure an active interior environment.

and reviving West End and downtown districts of central Dallas. The tower site marks the intersection of these districts and the southern edge of the CBD.

â&#x2014;&#x201E; city view

2016 design annual

1.2 million sq. ft. / 111,485 sq. m.


1

▲ typical high-rise floor plan

◄ section

N

0

OFFICE FLOOR - HIGH RISE

10'

20'

50'

2

▲ ground floor plan

N

0

10'

20'

50'

3

4 5

6

1

penthouse

2

office floors

3

podium floors

4

above ground parking

5

entry lobby

6

below ground parking


â&#x2013;¼ klyde warren park view

0

20

50ft

121

HILLWOOD OFFICE TOWER DESIGN CONCEPT


HOK Office

123

St. Louis, Missouri, USA

HOK renewed its commitment to downtown

On the first floor, a 4,500-sq.-ft. double-

to reduce the projected energy consumption.

St. Louis by moving its office to the first and

high community space with an attached

A bike sharing program; locker rooms and bike

second floors of the 10 South Broadway

2,800-sq.-ft. outdoor terrace acts as a living

storage; and use of local, recycled, renewable

building, located between Busch Stadium

room to the city. Linked to the studio floor by a

and low-emitting interior materials contribute

Annual LPD: 0.66 W / sf

and the Gateway Arch grounds. Originally

grand staircase and used for formal meetings,

to the healthy workspace.

43% below ASHRAE 2010

designed by HOK, 10 South Broadway opened

casual collaboration, community forums,

in 1971 as the Equitable Building.

parties and professional events, this dramatic

Completion: 2015

space engages employees and creates a

â&#x2014;&#x201E; collaboration space

The new studio environment is a showcase

strong connection to the community. Power

for the workplace of the future, with a

and Wi-Fi service extend to the terrace, where

combination of collaborative and personal

trees on mobile casters provide shade for

work areas.

those who wish to work, meet or eat outside.

Bench seating and touchdown stations

Sustainable design strategies have

encourage collaboration and provide flexibility

transformed the space within this vintage

for staff. The new workplace includes design

building, enabling the team to pursue the

labs, state-of-the-art video conferencing and

St. Louis areaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first LEED v4 Commercial

virtual collaboration rooms, private huddle

Interiors (CI) Gold certification. Skylights

rooms, glass-walled conference rooms and an

and an open office layout draw natural light

architectural model shop. Smart boards, pinup

deep into the floor plate. Daylight harvesting,

panels and mobile marker boards facilitate the

occupant-controlled lighting, a digital

exchange of ideas.

dimming interface and LED lighting combine

2016 design annual

32,000 sq. ft. / 2,970 sq. m.


5

3

3

2

9

3

7

3

4

6

1 4 8

7

7

▲ level 2 floor plan

9

1 2

3

4

5

1

lobby

2

prefunction

3

conference room

4

studio

5

coffee bar

6

materials library

7

pinup panels

8

print shop

9

corporate office space

◄ level 1 floor plan 1

6 8

7

open collaboration

2

pinup panels

3

kitchen

4

locker room

5

mother's room

6

model shop

7

model shop equipment

8

bike storage

9

terrace

▲ studio


0

25

50 ft

125

HOK OFFICE


▲ multipurpose space

▲ section through multipurpose space + studio


0

0 15

25

50 ft 30ft

127

HOK OFFICE

â&#x2013;² open meeting area


â&#x2013;¼ terrace

0

25

50 ft

129

HOK OFFICE


The IRYS System

131

Manufactured by Clestra Hauserman

HOK Product Design's IRYS is a demountable

office, a meeting room or a relaxation area.

wall system offering autonomous and

Components can be disassembled and

freestanding workspaces that are not

reassembled anywhere in the office in just a

connected to the building. It combines the

few hours.

flexibility of a temporary pod with the quality and performance of a permanent office space.

The modular concept supports the seamless integration of lighting, airflow management,

This multifunctional system provides

electrical wiring, audiovisual equipment and

organizations with a range of design options

storage features.

for creating freestanding workspaces that support up to 12 people in open-plan offices.

IRYS is available in a wide range of finishes including fabric, wood and steel.

Because IRYSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s modular components are independent from the structure of the building and have variable geometries, they can be easily reconfigured in size, shape and location to create an individual or shared

â&#x2014;&#x201E; dimensioned wall with full-length interactive screen

2016 design annual

Completion: 2015


â&#x2014;&#x201E; modular bolt on components creates spaces to suit any private or collaborative workplace requirement


133 ▲ predesigned wall component options for storage, AV, writable surface or pinup

▲ pop-out component for accessory storage power + data connections

▲ detail of seamless fittings

THE IRYS SYSTEM

▲ glazing removed to allow for an open configuration

◄ alternative configurations can be fitted to the dimensioned wall


January 8th Memorial and Presidio Park

135

Tucson, Arizona, USA

Design competition: 2015

This memorial design and park master plan

reflection and respite. The terraced gardens

Encircling the memorial plaza are dozens of

commemorates the six lives lost during the

feature a modern desert landscape and

solar-powered tiles inscribed with the names

tragic shooting that occurred during a Jan. 8,

outdoor seating, comfortably shaded by the

of family, friends, first responders, hospital

2011, event hosted by U.S. Representative

shadow of City Hall.

staff and other community members. Drawing

Gabrielle Giffords in Tucson, Arizona.

energy from the sun, these tiles radiate light A new entrance pavilion and café outside City

throughout the night and, much like the votive

The concept proposes the development of a

Hall activate the plaza. Enhanced pedestrian

candles held at the original memorial sites,

social congregation space in El Presidio Park—

crossings link to cultural destinations and

symbolize hope.

Tucson’s foremost urban public space—to

downtown Tucson.

enhance the park’s value as the city's civic, cultural and artistic heart. The plan includes

Six bronze pillars support the canopy that

an amphitheater that would host festivals,

shades the new event space. Personalized

civic gatherings, cultural exhibits, movies

with inscriptions and objects representing

and concerts.

each person lost on that day, the pillars direct the views of visitors skyward through

Six trees planted in a memorial garden pay

the canopy. The words of support and

homage to the six individuals who lost their

remembrance that echoed throughout

lives that day, offering a place for personal

the community after the tragedy are memorialized in this civic space.

◄ rendered view at night

2016 design annual

5.5 acres / 2.2 hectares


9

â&#x2014;&#x201E; daytime site plan

6 8

2

7

1

memorial canopy + civic plaza

2

memorial gardens

3

terrace steps

4

city hall sculpture gardens

5

new city hall entrance pavilion

6

museum of art

7

historic courthouse + future

8

public library plaza

9

government offices

galleries

4 5

1

2 3

9 9

9 9

â&#x2014;&#x201E; nighttime site plan

2 4

1

3

1

civic plaza votives

2

memorial gardens

3

terrace steps

4

city hall sculpture gardens


0

50

100

200 ft

137 ▲ plaza section

JANUARY 8TH MEMORIAL AND PRESIDIO PARK

▲ memorial at night


â&#x2013;¼ rendered view

139

JANUARY 8TH MEMORIAL AND PRESIDIO PARK


Kentucky International Convention Center

141

Louisville, Kentucky, USA

Completion: 2018

The redesign of the Kentucky International

The design replaces the original building’s

glass creates a dynamic, light-filled interior.

Convention Center transforms how the

solid facade with highly visible entries and

An interior wall enclosing the ballroom is clad

building serves the city.

glass prefunction spaces along the street.

with a textured wood screen, generating an

This visually extends the sidewalk and public

inviting warm glow when seen from the street.

Annual EUI: 76 kBTU / sf / yr

The convention center was developed in

32% below ASHRAE 2007

downtown Louisville in 1977, with an addition

spaces into the building. The sustainable design promotes energy and

in 1999. The initial project challenge was to

A new canopy and colonnade tie the new

water conservation, and the project team is

integrate the renovation and expansion within

addition with the old while creating a civic

aiming for LEED Silver certification.

the existing structure.

gesture with a new portico. Custom-folded metal panels provide a shimmering effect,

HOK is collaborating with EOP Architects on

Designed to increase contiguous exhibit space

transforming opaque sections of the facade

the project.

by more than one-third, from 146,000 square

into an animated surface.

feet to more than 200,000 square feet, the project will add a 40,000-sq.-ft. ballroom—

To expand the exhibit space, the design

all within the existing footprint. Additional

creates large circulation overhangs

updates include renovations to the meeting

above Market and Jefferson streets, with

rooms and improvements to wayfinding and

cantilevers of up to 24 feet, elevated 25 feet

the pedestrian flow.

above the sidewalk. Lining the exterior walls of prefunction spaces with tall panels of

◄ view from market + 4th streets

2016 design annual

950,000 sq. ft. / 88,260 sq. m.


â&#x2014;&#x201E; upper concourse plan 1

exhibit hall

2

prefunction

3

existing loading

4

open to below

1

2

4

3 â&#x2013;ź main concourse plan

2

4

7

1

8

3

5

6

1

ballroom

2

prefunction

3

existing meeting rooms

4

boardroom

5

food prep

6

loading

7

administrative suite reception

8

existing loading


▼ east-west section 1

exhibit hall

2

ballroom

3

prefunction

4

meeting rooms

5

loading

0 32 64 128ft

1

3 2

5

4

4

143

KENTUCKY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTER

▲ upper concourse


â&#x2013;¼ view from jefferson + 4th streets

145

KENTUCKY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTER


▲ existing building

@4240 Laboratory and Office Building

147

St. Louis, Missouri, USA

Completion: 2014 Annual EUI: 124 kBTU / sf / yr

This adaptive reuse project anchors the Cortex

Large floor plates and highly adaptable

Relocating the building’s main entry promotes

Innovation Community, a 200-acre mixed-use

mechanical systems enable @4240 to

interaction with the newly planned Cortex

urban research district in midtown St. Louis.

support a variety of tenants, from small

Commons, a park-like green space that serves

startups to larger, more established research

as the district’s community hub.

Originally constructed in 1948 as a telephone

organizations. The space includes fully

handset factory, the three-story building was

equipped conference rooms, open meeting

Located within walking distance of a planned

redeveloped by Wexford Science & Technology

areas, green spaces, cafés and casual

public transit station, the building is near

to provide flexible laboratory and office space

gathering spots.

Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Washington

for tenants involved in life sciences, research, technology, innovation and entrepreneurship.

University School of Medicine and Saint Louis The LEED Platinum-certified project features

University. This location provides convenient

extensive use of renewable building materials

access to additional scientific resources and

Preserving and highlighting the masonry

and energy-efficient measures, including a

partnership opportunities.

structure’s historic character, the design

50-kV photovoltaic array.

team retrofitted the building with modern, high-performance systems that enable it

The design and construction team worked

to function as a state-of-the-art research

within historic guidelines to restore the

and office facility. Floor openings cut into

building’s deteriorating brick facade, add

the middle of the building allow skylights

insulation under a new roof and upgrade the

to illuminate a courtyard, light wells, the

industrial windows with historically accurate,

building’s interior and a two-story concourse.

insulated replacement glazing. The building

By creating informal meeting and collaboration

is 45 percent more energy efficient than a

areas, the concourse functions as a “mixing

typical lab and office facility.

space” for the complex.

◄ central concourse level 1

2016 design annual

183,000 sq. ft. / 17,000 sq. m.


2

3

2

1

2 2

DN

2

4

1

3

4 2

2

5 4 6

▲ level 1 floor plan

▲ level 2 floor plan

1

lobby

1

central concourse

2

tenant space

2

tenant space

3

historic lobby

3

large shared conference room

4

central concourse

4

roof below

5

storage

6

receiving

▲ section perspective of central concourse


0

50

100 ft

▲ lobby

149

@4240 LABORATORY AND OFFICE BUILDING

▲ central concourse level 1


151 ▲ central concourse level 2 @4240 LABORATORY AND OFFICE BUILDING

▲ slot courtyard ◄ west facade + entry with cortex commons in foreground


Master Plan for Confidential Biopharmaceutical Company Maryland, USA

Design completion: 2016

The master plan for the expansion of a

A drop-off circle that currently forms the

suburban office campus originally designed

campus entry will be transformed into a

by HOK in the 2000s is guiding a leading

glass-roofed winter garden. This communal

biopharmaceutical companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s growth on this

gathering space will serve as the primary

site, which is one of its primary centers for

connection point between existing and new

pharmaceutical research and development.

office buildings.

By establishing a new direction for the

Sustainability is a key driver for all campus

campus, the master plan will maximize

development planning. The new office

opportunities for collocation and collaboration

buildings will aspire to achieve net zero energy

while creating an atmosphere that inspires

use and to meet all non-potable water needs

scientific innovation.

with captured stormwater and condensate. Combined with the proposed improvements to

To keep staff together, new office and amenity

the existing buildings, the expanded campus

spaces will surround existing buildings with

is expected to use less energy than the

a sinuous ribbon of glass. This unified design

original facility.

encourages interaction among all employees.

â&#x2014;&#x201E; atrium

2016 design annual

1.35 million sq. ft. / 125,420 sq. m.

153


5

3 1 2

4

5

▲ site plan

▲ sun path diagram

▲ wind rose diagram

1

winter garden

2

existing office

3

office

4

lab

5

garage


mune │ Gaithersburg Alternative Master Plan Sustainability

Future Buildings Strategies

Building Strategy Application Key

2

Office

1 Laboratory

5

Conference/Training

Public/Circulation

Summer and Winter Solar Radiation for North Facade

2

4

1

Parking Deck

tion Strategies

▲ solar diagram

Glare Control Summary Diagram for Future Buildings

4 3

4

2

Summer and Winter Solar Radiation for North-West Facade

Summer and Winter Solar Radiation for South-West Facade

1

atrium

2

office

3

lab

4

main street + link bridge

5

courtyard below

5

Summer and Winter Solar Radiation for South-East Facade

160ft

1 April 2016

2

15 80 30

► typical level floor plan

40

t Optimization

f daylighting controls is recommended for all office areas in truction. Using daylighting controls allows the use of d window shades that raise and lower in response to roof sensors measuring solar heat gain. Daylight controls d with automated shades for perimeter zones with windows ce electric energy consumption in the building as well as g glare from the sun.

1

Summer and Winter Solar Radiation for North-East Facade

0

bs with high exhaust air requirements at MedImmune corporate air flow set-backs in labs where radiant cooling is cal. Lab spaces require minimum number of air changes rmal operation, however during unoccupied hours air hese air change rates can be reduced as lights, people and t loads are not present.

2

2

Set Back

4.02

3

1 3

155

▲ southeast facade in summer + winter 3

1

4 4

6

3

2

7 6

3

6

► winter garden level floor plan

▲ southwest facade in summer + winter

1

lobby

2

winter garden

3

atrium

4

cafeteria

5

conference room

6

office

7

lab

8

garage

3

7 7

8

MASTER PLAN FOR CONFIDENTIAL BIOPHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY

3 5


▲ north elevation

▲ south elevation

▲ east courtyard

▲ west courtyard


0

15

30

60ft

157

MASTER PLAN FOR CONFIDENTIAL BIOPHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY

â&#x2013;² aerial view


▲ east-west section

▲ atrium

▲ main lobby


â&#x2013;² north-south section

0

15

30

60ft

159

MASTER PLAN FOR CONFIDENTIAL BIOPHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY


â&#x2013;¼ main entrance

0

15

30

60ft

161

MASTER PLAN FOR CONFIDENTIAL BIOPHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY


AVILION NEIGHBOURHOOD CONCEPT SPIRATION

Memorial University of Newfoundland Core Science Facility St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada

Completion: 2019

The Core Science Facility at Memorial

the Whale Atrium will display the skeleton of

University of Newfoundland includes research

a mammoth blue whale once stranded on the

and teaching laboratories for the university’s

island’s west coast.

Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. Annual EUI: 199 kBTU / sf / yr

The new facility will enable the university

A highly transparent ground floor features

40% below ASHRAE 2007

to compete as a top global destination for

a public entrance concourse that offers a

undergraduate and graduate students,

variety of work, meeting and partnering areas,

researchers and faculty.

in addition to views into key research labs.

The building's expression and colors evoke

As the building’s “downtown,” the second floor

the dynamic coast and icebergs found along

has an array of teaching and computer labs,

Newfoundland’s North Atlantic shores. Its

makerspaces and collaboration settings—all

landscape draws on the island’s rugged natural

readily accessible via the campus’ pedestrian

flora and coastal rock formations. Interior

bridges. Additional flexible space enables

spaces are inspired by the vibrant colors and

academic alliances with industry partners.

outgoing nature of the province’s communities. HOK is providing services in collaboration with The design creates three pavilions, each containing several research and teaching neighborhoods, connected by two atria. The Shoreline Atrium is a collaboration hub, and

◄ whale atrium

St. John’s-based Hearn Fougere Architects.

2016 design annual

490,000 sq. ft. / 45,520 sq. m.

163


▲ exterior iceberg sketch

▲ site plan


0 5 10 0 5 10 20 20

▲ north-south section through shoreline atrium

▲ north-south section through whale atrium 40 m

165

MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND CORE SCIENCE FACILITY

▲ shoreline atrium


â&#x2013;˛ student commons with view to whale atrium

4

3

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Nanjing Financial City Center Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China

The Nanjing Financial City Center includes

connections with spaces including Olympic

84 stories

a high density of world-class financial,

Stadium, the Yangtze River and the old city.

1,380 feet / 420 meters tall

hospitality, residential and retail functions in

Above the podium, the distinct arrangement

five high-rise buildings on Hexi New District’s

of high-rises, including a landmark 84-story

premier development site.

tower, creates a new focal point for the Hexi

Design competition: 2015

New Town skyline. Inspired by many layers of the urban fabric, the proposed design unites historic, cultural,

Finding inspiration in Nanjing’s beloved plum

traditional, modern and natural influences

blossom, the site organization carries the

to create a vibrant new hub. The bold vision

energy of the central greenbelt into an elegant

for the development suggests a prosperous

form that reflects the dynamic qualities of

future for the city.

Nanjing Financial City Center. In addition to providing a rich network of open spaces, the

◄ view from green corridor

Positioning the towers above the circular

site has adjacencies to Jiangshan Road to the

plaza emphasizes the overall district’s

south, a central business district development

planning principles. Each of the five towers

and greenbelt to the north, Nanjing Exhibition

is oriented toward various cultural sites in

Center to the west and high-end residential

Nanjing, establishing a wide range of visual

development to the east.

2016 design annual

7 million sq. ft. / 650,700 sq. m.

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Ogilvy Washington Office

177

Washington, D.C., USA

Completion: 2015

Located on a single floor in a downtown office

Due to the nature of Ogilvy’s work,

Sustainable design strategies contribute

building, the new Ogilvy Washington, D.C.,

highlighting its brand identity was a critical

to a healthy workplace that has achieved

office promotes collaboration and innovation

component of the design. The office

LEED Silver certification. The design

while celebrating the firm’s creative culture.

advertises the agency’s talents to existing

includes access to outdoor views, water use

and potential clients. Strategic use of the

reduction, optimized energy performance

The consolidated modern space contributes

brand permeates the space, creates a sense

through a minimum lighting power reduction

to a more productive and efficient workplace

of differentiation and generates a sense of

of 25 percent, Energy Star equipment, low-

than Ogilvy’s previous office, which was

employee pride. A simple color and materials

emitting materials and furniture, and visible

spread across two connected floors.

palette provides a layered brand experience

incorporation of recycling and environmentally

that illustrates the firm’s personality. Applied

conscious practices.

Annual LPD: 0.72 W / sf 28% below ASHRAE 90.1

The open floor plan features a one-size-fits-all

vinyl graphics designed by Ogilvy’s team

benching system for every staff member,

prominently adorn office walls. Pinup areas

including the CEO. Traditional and new ways

exhibit in-process and finished work samples.

of working are supported by a variety of space types including open/closed collaboration

In the lobby, elevator doors emphasize

spaces, phone rooms, video editing suites, a

Ogilvy’s signature logo. The reception area

café, a library and a “quiet car” environment

features a custom mural of founder David

that supports heads-down work. Each space

Ogilvy with one of his celebrated quotes: “Aim

is named for a D.C. landmark, eatery or

for the remarkable.”

institution corresponding to its “neighborhood” or location within the office. A straightforward circulation path creates views and connections throughout the office.

◄ café

2016 design annual

23,000 sq. ft. / 2,140 sq. m.


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Penn State University Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Building State College, Pennsylvania, USA

Completion: 2018

The design unites two previously separate

between laboratory floors, creating

Flexible zones feature architectural and

departments in a collaborative environment

opportunities for quiet collaboration spaces

mechanical systems that can be converted

that creates academic and research synergies.

away from the research environment.

from wet lab space to computational labs or

Centrally located at the crossroads of a

The north face of each lab floor plan extends

major campus pedestrian circulation point,

incrementally, forming a feathering effect

The facility will strengthen Penn State’s

the six-story building and its site form a

along the facade that breaks down the

research alliances with other university

seamless relationship with the campus and will

glass wall’s scale and connects the space to

organizations including the Eberly College

accommodate future growth.

surrounding trees.

of Science, the Hershey College of Medicine,

The modern, contextual structure is designed

Thirteen research neighborhoods promote

Materials Research Institute and the Institute

as a glass-and-brick mass floating above a

collaboration while communicating “science

for CyberScience.

refined fieldstone veneer base that anchors

on display.” Open research labs and lab suites

the building to the landscape and connects

support research clusters and resource

it to the university’s established greenway.

sharing, and a specialty lab accommodates

“The Prow”—a cantilevered extension to the

low-vibration biomedical and chemical

L-shaped floor plan that resembles a ship’s

engineering research. A 174-seat, tiered

bow cutting through the water—serves as

multi-department lecture hall is located on the

an iconic beacon framing the center’s entry.

lower level to provide direct access from the

The Prow strengthens the vertical circulation

main entrance.

office areas with minimal time, effort or cost.

the Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences, the

◄ shortlidge road entrance

2016 design annual

195,000 sq. ft. / 18,115 sq. m.

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Pritzker Group Office

189

Los Angeles, California, USA

Completion: 2015

The Pritzker Group, an equity investment,

Mr. Pritzker’s office in the northwest corner.

modular office furniture including sit-stand

private capital and venture capital firm,

Located in the more casual eastern zone is the

desks. Orange swivel chairs in the reception

selected HOK to design an expansion and

venture capital group.

area and phone room give people options for

renovation to its Los Angeles headquarters.

where they want to work.

HOK previously designed the company’s office

In the southeast corner, a large break area and

space in 2004.

lunchroom serve as a central gathering spot. Bright orange finishes and casual bleacher

The design reflects the bright, modern and

seating with a communal table provide all

casual atmosphere of Southern California.

employees with a lively social space around

Timeless professional elegance serves as

the kitchen.

a backdrop to Managing Partner Anthony Pritzker’s contemporary, museum-quality

Private offices are enclosed by a modular

art collection. These vibrant works of art,

glass wall and door system that provides

including six new pieces, inject color and

natural light and stunning views of Los

whimsy throughout the space. Pure white

Angeles. Workstations are on the interior,

gloss paint and solid surfaces offset the firm’s

with casual meetings taking place at the

new orange corporate color.

benches between them. To support the Pritzker Group’s commitment to the health

Office operations are divided into zones.

and well-being of its staff, the office features

Private equity and asset management teams

customized work station casework and

occupy the conservative western zone, with

◄ break area + lunchroom

2016 design annual

6,700 sq. ft. / 620 sq. m.


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6

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Research and Office Campus for Confidential Client Houston, Texas, USA

Design competition: 2015

This multi-phased plan creates a new research

Each office floor is slightly tiered to shade

and office campus for an international

the floor below it. Metallic screens along the

chemical company.

facade mitigate solar heat gain.

Located on a suburban site west of Houston,

Employees and visitors enter the site from

the project’s first phase includes an office

different access points. Employees enter

building, laboratory and warehouse buildings,

from the west and access a parking structure

parking structures and employee amenities

connected to the office building. Visitors

including a fitness center, a basketball court,

approach from the south, following a tree-

tennis courts and walking trails.

lined drive with a water feature that leads to a guest parking area. An indentation in the

The office building serves as a focal point

office building’s south facade defines the

and gateway to the campus. A free-flowing

entry and draws visitors into the atrium.

design wraps the building around the primary amenities to form a community space. At the

Lush landscaping, water features and trees

center of the building, a shared auditorium,

embrace the site’s suburban context and

dining area and terrace connect employees

reduce the project’s perceived scale. To

and visitors to the natural landscape. An

accommodate future expansion, the site’s

atrium links the office and community spaces.

north-south orientation allows for additional development to the west.

The design of the building’s layered massing and facade help manage the solar conditions.

◄ view of lobby

2016 design annual

750,000 sq. ft. / 69,680 sq. m.

195


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1

office building

1

reception

7

auditorium

2

parking garage

2

retail + office

8

garage

3

labs + lab offices

3

security vestibule

9

office + open workstation

4

high bay labs

4

fitness center

10 collaboration spaces + main street

5

warehouse

5

back-of-house

11 shared space

6

gas pad

6

cafeteria

12 open to below


0 25 50 100ft

197

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▲ aerial view

▲ metallic screen detail

▲ exterior skin detail


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199

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Rogers Place and the Ice District

201

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

The design for Rogers Place and the Ice

called the Winter Garden, is enhanced by

Rogers Place will have the NHL’s largest high-

Ice District: 26 acres / 10 hectares

District creates a dynamic new entertainment

street-level commercial development. The

definition, center-hung scoreboard. More than

destination within Edmonton’s established

solution resolved a practical problem in a way

1,200 TV screens throughout the arena will

commercial and residential neighborhoods.

that enhances the building’s architectural

keep fans connected to the game. Throughout

identity. The fluid form links the arena’s north

the arena, public art installations created

The city of Edmonton and the NHL’s Edmonton

and south sides while functioning as a bridge,

by local and internationally-known artists

Oilers commissioned HOK, in association with

exterior lobby and event space. It also pays

celebrate Edmonton and its culture.

ATB and Dialog, to design a new arena and

homage to Edmonton’s pedestrian culture,

oversee the master plan of an adjacent mixed-

which includes an extensive network of

use district and plaza.

bridges throughout downtown.

The development team assembled a 26-acre

As an extension of the arena’s design, the

parcel of land just north of downtown for the

Winter Garden’s snowdrift form features

project. The Ice District was envisioned in

curvilinear, flowing lines evoking Edmonton’s

collaboration with Shugarman Architecture +

wintry climate and reflecting hockey's energy.

Rogers Place completion: 2016 Ice District completion: 2020

Design, WAM Development Group and Hariri Pontarini Architects as a lively mixed-use

The arena’s facade is made of pliable,

destination. The district includes a community

unpainted stainless-steel cladding, providing

rink, private development, offices, residential

a neutral and sleek backdrop for events

units and parking spaces, as well as a

inside. The steel reflects different qualities of

connection to an existing light-rail system.

light depending on the time of day, creating a continuously changing form.

The design team’s primary challenge was

◄ north elevation

how to connect the arena with the Ice District

Inside, the intimate seating bowl has a range

site. To create a pedestrian-friendly link,

of premium seating options. Loge tables and

the team proposed extending the arena’s

boxes, theater boxes, executive suites, club

footprint over 104 Avenue, one of the city’s

seats and a sky lounge create a variety of

busiest thoroughfares. This elevated entry,

experiences for fans and concertgoers.

2016 design annual

Rogers Place: 18,500 seats


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winter garden

3

community rink

4

mixed-use

5

light rail

6

hotel + condo tower

7

residential tower

8

office tower

9

ice district plaza

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▲ southwest perspective

▲ aerial view

▲ ice district plaza at night


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San Francisco Public Safety Campus

207

San Francisco, California, USA

Located in the city’s Mission Bay district,

unique identity and important role on the site.

from the structure, wraps the towers from

the San Francisco Public Safety Campus

Through a public art program sponsored by

north to south and minimizes unwanted glare

represents a significant investment in a

the San Francisco Arts Commission, the plaza

and heat gain.

prominent public facility. Sited alongside a

features custom artwork that completes the

Annual EUI: 40.4 kBTU / sf / yr

busy city corridor, the building was designed to

civic composition.

26.3% below ASHRAE 2007

blend into the developing neighborhood while

Completion: 2015

roofs, rainwater harvesting for irrigation and

establishing a distinct presence befitting a

By engaging the building with the site, the

plumbing, low-flow plumbing fixtures, solar

civic landmark.

design aligns the needs of users with efficient

hot water heating, an active chilled-beam

environmental performance. A concrete plinth

cooling system and healthy building materials.

The highly resilient structure houses critical

establishes a secure base for the structures,

municipal services, including the city’s police

which are enclosed in a variegated,

HOK designed the project, which is aiming

headquarters, a district police station and

high-performance glass curtain wall that

for LEED Gold certification, in collaboration

a fire station, under one roof. An adjacent

symbolizes transparency in government.

with Mark Cavagnero Associates.

1920s masonry fire station is rehabilitated for community use.

Two 63-foot-long office wings connect via a transparent east-west oriented core to form

The master plan unifies the new building,

an offset H-configuration that tempers the

composed of two six-story wings, and the

facility’s perceived massing from the street.

two-story fire station into a striking civic

This layout provides daylight, views and

complex. A gracious entry plaza and south

natural ventilation for building occupants. A

plaza connect with generously landscaped

delicate louvered metal scrim, floating apart

sidewalks, reinforcing the historic fire station’s

◄ main entry plaza

Other sustainable elements include green

2016 design annual

264,000 sq. ft. / 24,525 sq. m.


2

1

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2

office

9

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6

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10

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historic fire station community building

2

entry plaza

3

main entry with spiral of gratitude memorial

4

lobby

5

information counter

6

media + conference room

7

police department offices

8

fire department apparatus bay

9

fleet parking

10 first responder plaza


5 10 0 20 40ft

209

SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC SAFETY CAMPUS

▲ roof terrace

▲ view across 3rd street

▲ walkway adjacent to historic fire station


â&#x2013;˛ lobby view toward historic fire station


5 10

211

▲ police department headquarters

SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC SAFETY CAMPUS

▲ view to roof terrace


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â&#x2013;˛ longitudinal section


▼ exploded facade joint 1

pipe strut

2

machined steel spade

3

clevis plates with stainless-steel sleeves at pin opening

4

steel block sleeved into horizontal

5

extruded aluminum horizontal structure

6

extruded aluminum vertical structure

7

paired fasteners for clevis with block connection

8

mated fasteners, flush with adjacent material

9

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5

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10

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7

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▲ detail of 17' x 10'-diameter etched glass cylinder

1

5

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8

6

► spiral of gratitude section 1

oculus skylight

2

etched glass cylinder

3

steel support gimbal

4

light gauge metal framing

5

rooftop planter soil

6

light shelf

7

bas-relief lettering

8

cast-in-place concrete

2

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5 10

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SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC SAFETY CAMPUS

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Shell Woodcreek Campus

219

Houston, Texas, USA

In 2005, Shell selected HOK to develop a

A central quadrangle is the primary organizing

Completed in 2010, Phase II added a six-

43.9 acres / 17.7 hectares

master plan to replace its existing office

element and social center for the campus.

story, 180,000-sq.-ft. office building.

campus on an adjacent parcel of land in

Rather than being a distinct space, the quad

West Houston. Site constraints included

acts as a collection of outdoor gathering

The Phase III expansion included three Class

covenant-required height restrictions, Texas

spaces that are extensions of the surrounding

A, 12-story commercial office buildings

Annual EUI:

Department of Transportation setbacks, and

office buildings.

totaling 1.1 million square feet and two eight-

Phase I: 47.06 kBTU/sf/yr

various easements and land lease expirations

Completion: 2015

Phase II : 53.4 kBTU/sf/yr Phase III:

story, standalone parking structures with a

that impacted the overall development and

Heavily landscaped with plantings from a

combined 3,250 parking spaces. The office

phasing strategies.

reforestation program, the quad includes

buildings have tall interior ceilings, floor-to-

an entry plaza with a central water feature,

ceiling glazing and high-speed elevators.

The original 2005 master plan program was

seating nodes, covered pedestrian connectors

-Building E: 53 kBTU/sf/yr

based on a replacement plan for the legacy

and walking trails. The main corporate dining

The LEED Gold-certified, Phase III office

-Building F: 69 kBTU/sf/yr

campus and included approximately 1.1 million

facility facing the quad features a large green

buildings perform 23 percent better than

square feet of offices, amenities and parking.

roof and an outdoor upper-level activity area

ASHRAE standards and use 32 percent

In 2011, HOK developed an updated master

that links to the parking zones via a spiraling

less potable water than a typical Houston

plan program that expanded the campus to

exterior stair.

commercial office building. Exterior

Phase IV: 56 kBTu/sf/yr

approximately 1.5 million square feet.

sunshading devices, Energy Star roofing, Phase I was completed in 2008 and included

high-efficiency glazing, an underfloor air

The planâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s three phases have been developed

a six-story, 178,000-sq.-ft. office building,

distribution system and interior occupancy

over the past 10 years. The campus now

a 1,200-space parking garage and a

sensors reduce energy consumption while

includes five office buildings and an amenities

30,000-sq.-ft. amenities building with a

increasing employee comfort.

podium and building. To provide flexibility and

conference center and a fitness complex.

a potential future exit strategy, each office building has an associated parking structure.

â&#x2014;&#x201E; campus quad view with phase III + phase IV office buildings + water feature

2016 design annual

1.5 million sq. ft. / 139,355 sq. m


9

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5

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12

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6

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2

phase I amenities building

10 main campus access

3

phase II office building

11 campus loop road

4

phase III office buildings

12 visitor parking

5

phase IV office building

13 water feature

6

main lobby

14 retention pond

7

cafeteria

15 covered walkway

8

retail

9 parking structure

SHELL WOODCREEK CAMPUS

▲ south elevation phase III office buildings + amenities podium


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â&#x2013;˛ amenities platform


223

SHELL WOODCREEK CAMPUS


▲ retail street with garage beyond

▲ south-north section

▲ exterior stair to garden roof


0

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SHELL WOODCREEK CAMPUS


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227

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Soka University of America STEM Expansion Project

229

Aliso Viejo, California, USA

Completion: 2019 Annual EUI: 160 kBTU/sf/yr

The STEM Expansion Project will enable

rooms, open study areas, communication

The south courtyard serves as the primary

Soka University of America to launch a

stairs and science exhibits.

entrance. Anchored by a large heritage

new life sciences program. The building will

tree, an enhanced stone entry court is a

house teaching and research laboratories,

Organized into chemistry and biology

vibrant space that welcomes students into

classrooms, offices and a large auditorium.

research neighborhoods, the building’s

the collaboration spine. Sculptural seating

instructional lab modules allow for hands-on,

areas provide visual connections between

The university’s vision was to develop a state-

interactive teaching and offer flexibility to

collaboration spaces in the building and

of-the-art teaching and research facility while

accommodate a wide range of activities.

the central green. Patios located within the

adding a timeless, elegant building that melds

Core lab facilities, including an aquatics lab,

adjacent light wells offer more opportunities

with the campus’ traditional architecture.

scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and

for interaction.

transmission electron microscopy (TEM), Featuring an inside-out approach to the

accommodate advanced research and help

An existing citrus grove and Gandhi statue

facade design, the structural form embodies

recruit new faculty. Teaming spaces include

guide visitors to Gandhi Hall. A figurative

the program’s values of visibility, transparency

meeting rooms of various sizes and informal

“arroyo,” or passageway, is created by placing

and collaboration. A transparent curtain

collaboration areas.

the new STEM building along this existing

wall connects the interior to the surrounding Located on a prominent site on the northwest

native topography, the arroyo contains patio

and vertical dichroic glass fins project from

entrance of the campus’ academic core,

spaces and connects the entry court to the

the facade.

opposite the Soka Performing Arts Center,

parking lot and to the Aliso and Wood Canyons

the new STEM building forms the western

Wilderness Park beyond.

The design of the building form supports

edge of the central green. The landscape

the university’s desire to display the nature

provides a variety of opportunities for

of the research taking place inside. A linear

students to interact.

arrangement of the program and circulation created an opportunity to expand the eastern corridor into a collaboration spine with meeting

◄ view from northeast

facility. As an extension of the surrounding

campus life. Stone-accented meeting rooms

The team is aiming for LEED Gold certification.

2016 design annual

89,600 sq. ft. / 8,325 sq. m.


6

1

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2

5 4

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stem expansion project

2

campus entrance

3

peace lake

4

founders hall

5

performing arts center

6

gandhi hall

7

1

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2

10

4

8

1

research lab

2

classrooms

3

multipurpose teaching lab

4

chemistry teaching lab

5

support labs

6

prep labs

7

landscaped patio

8

meeting room

9

faculty offices

10 collaboration area


0

1

5 15

5 50

5

► level 3 floor plan research lab

2

meeting rooms

3

future small animal facility

4

faculty offices

5

support labs

6

break room

7

collaboration area

8

open to below

8

3

4 1

2

7

2

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1

2

6

231

2 5

8

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research lab

2

classroom

3

physics teaching lab

4

biology teaching lab

5

support labs

6

conference room

7

meeting rooms

8

faculty offices

9

collaboration area

6

3

4

4

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7

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Spire London

237

London, UK

Spire London will be Western Europe’s tallest

It also provides a visual focus for the western

gardens, landscaped roof terraces, public

67 stories

residential tower. The flower petal-shaped

end of West India Quay. The simple form of

open spaces, and external and internal

771 feet / 235 meters tall

design creates an architecturally distinct

the tower is restrained and elegant while

children’s play areas with rooms for music,

addition to London’s skyline while meeting the

punctuating the historical presence of the

games and art.

city’s growing need for mixed-income housing.

docks. The tower design improves the view of

Completion: 2020

the Isle of Dogs townscape when observed Developed by the Greenland Group, Spire

locally and throughout London.

London will provide 861 private and affordable apartments in a landmark development on

The building meets the ground in a way that

West India Quay in London’s Canary Wharf.

connects to the public realm and adjacent

Each home will have high-quality residential

Grade I-listed warehouses of London’s

space within a flexible, open layout; private

Docklands. Pavilions designed to relate to

amenities; ample daylight and dramatic views.

the scale and proportion of the neighboring historic buildings will be added to the tower’s

A separate, linked development in nearby

base. This lower level features an all-weather

Limehouse will provide 60 more affordable

pedestrian space with uninterrupted views

homes, ensuring that 30 percent of the

along the dock.

development’s residential units are affordable. The project makes significant improvements

◄ view from southeast

Taking advantage of its dramatic end-of-dock

to the public realm, including the addition

location, the landmark tower presents a

of shops and cafés along West India Quay.

striking silhouette from every vantage point.

Community amenities include glass winter

2016 design annual

1.23 million sq. ft. / 114,000 sq. m.


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3

1

lobby

2

one-bedroom unit

3

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2

2

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2

2

2

2

3

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2

3

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2

retail

3

meeting rooms

4

winter garden

5

post room

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SPIRE LONDON

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Teach for America Headquarters

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New York, New York, USA

Completion: 2015

Teach for America’s (TFA) headquarters

center provides its teachers with access to

experiences. A video wall in the reception

supports the nonprofit’s mission to provide an

computers, reference materials, copiers and

area enables guests to listen to participants

exceptional education to all children. The office

stationery. Teachers also use the space for

discuss their work. A portrait wall ascending

spans three floors of a commercial building

training and meetings with advisors.

the three-story staircase features more than

in Lower Manhattan and accommodates 600

500 snapshots of students and teachers from

staff members and visiting teachers, alumni,

The design takes advantage of the building’s

donors and board members.

unusual layout by using the H-shaped floor

across the country.

plates to define different areas. Playful colors

Signature letters spelling out “Teach for

Using an education-inspired theme for building

delineate space types and provide wayfinding

America” along the service avenue wall serve

materials and fixtures, the design team

cues that help visitors navigate the large floor

as a community bulletin board where staff can

emphasized TFA’s strong brand throughout

plate. Red zones represent lounges, yellow

pin photos. To keep employees connected to

the space. The office features vintage school

denotes audiovisual booths, turquoise is for

the organization’s national work, conference

desks, globe lamps and letter carpet as well as

touchdown spaces, orange signifies mixed-

rooms named for different cities have

a large, library-style reception desk and wood

use collaboration areas and blue indicates

chalkboard doors that include statistics about

paneling from reclaimed bleachers. Interactive

standing-only brainstorming spaces.

TFA’s presence in each location.

A café overlooking the resource center

HOK collaborated with Pentagram on the

converts into a multipurpose auditorium with

environmental graphics.

surfaces such as chalkboard, markerboard and cork evoke teaching moments. The open environment is equipped with

a double-height screen. Additional resources

collaborative areas that serve the daily needs

along the “service avenue” include a wellness

of staff. Centrally located shared spaces

center for health services, a “tech shack”

encourage interaction with visitors.

offering IT assistance and a mail center.

Because many of the schools served by

The design showcases the individuality of

TFA are underequipped, the resource

TFA corps members and their unique teaching

◄ entry view with reception desk + video wall

2016 design annual

132,000 sq. ft. / 12,260 sq. m.


◄ level 12 floor plan 1

6 4

6 5

5 4

elevator lobby

2

reception + waiting

3

café

4

collaboration area

5

conference room

6

open office

7

huddle room

4

3 6

7 2 6

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Toucheng Beach Center Expansion Yilan, Taiwan

Design completion: 2015 Annual EUI: 95 kBTU / sf / yr

The expansion of Toucheng Beach Center

The seamless integration of the center with

creates a memorable tourist destination

its natural surroundings is evident in the

that celebrates the geography, history and

large-scale vegetated roofs, which appear to

culture of Yilan and its ideal location along the

fold out of the landscape. Glazed openings

eastern shores of Taiwan. Balancing a mix of

promote connections between the interior and

public uses, the project forms a new hub of

exterior environments.

recreation, exploration, learning, creativity and celebration.

The landscape architecture repairs and enriches the site ecology. Meandering

Organized as two angular landforms rising

pathways encourage visitors to encounter

gently from the landscape, the center’s

new gardens, tidal pools and rock formations

architectural language is influenced by the

and to develop a deeper appreciation for

surrounding mountains and shoreline. The

Yilan’s natural habitat.

south building supports group activities while the north emphasizes individual functions.

Natural materials and sustainable systems contribute to the creation of a low-

A dominant east-west axis running through

maintenance, energy-efficient development

the center of the site extends into a pier that

that promotes Yilan’s commitment to

points toward Guishan Island and the eastern

sustainability and cultural identity.

sunrise. Serving as a reminder of the region’s rich history, an existing 20th-century brick observation tower anchors the site.

◄ view from the beach

2016 design annual

30,850 sq. ft. / 2,865 sq. m.

251


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▲ existing site conditions

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▲ roof garden

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artist gathering

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infinity pool

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reflection pool

6

wedding chapel

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entrance gate

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sculpture garden

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plaza

7

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learning center + green roof

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green roof

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reduce heat island effect

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rainwater collection

4

low-e insulation

5

views

6

daylighting

7

landscaped courtyard

8

regional materials

9

landscaping water

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administrative

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café + gallery

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Traverse Conference Table

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Manufactured by Okamura

A sleek, minimalist design profile distinguishes

to eliminate the need for a center support.

HOK Product Design's Traverse V and

The Traverse X collection has a more intimate,

Traverse X conference table collections.

collaborative oval tabletop form that hovers

The design responds to the shrinking size of

over a visible cross structure.

conference rooms and the need to adapt to evolving technologies.

Power and data connectivity is concealed under the tabletop to ensure a clean,

Inspired by modern architecture and

cable-free workspace while supporting the

made possible by advances in structural

continued evolution of technology with the

engineering, the ultra-thin tabletop, which is

arrival of wireless presentation systems and

less than one inch at its thickest point, can

other office tools.

span up to 20 feet in length and tapers to a knife-like edge.

The tables are available in 14 finishes including traditional wood veneers and

With a rectangular tabletop shape, the

reconstituted wood in a variety of colors

Traverse V collection features a simple canted

and patterns.

leg design echoed on either side of the table

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2016 design annual

Completion: 2015


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University of Chicago William Eckhardt Research Center

263

Chicago, Illinois, USA

Completion: 2015

This new research center provides a home

transform the facades throughout the day.

Carefully planned interaction spaces include

for the University of Chicago’s first molecular

James Carpenter Design Associates served

a 150-seat conference room, pre- and post-

engineering program and Nobel Prize-winning

as design consultant to HOK in the creation of

event space, a café, light-filled hallways and

physical sciences research groups. The

the dynamic building enclosure. Each facade

corner collaboration areas with open views,

research that takes place here extends

is uniquely responsive to the site and its

and writable surfaces like whiteboards and

from the smallest scale possible to the

public realm, harnessing light as an organizing

chalkboards. Each floor is considered a

largest imaginable, ranging from molecular

principle that enhances the building’s

neighborhood, with a home base at the north

manipulation to increasing humankind’s

performance and human experience.

end providing the largest gathering spaces.

understanding of the universe. The world-class research teams based in this

On the building’s top floor, an open balcony

The vision for the design was to foster the

building work across multiple disciplines in

provides a view of the Chicago skyline to

interdisciplinary collaboration required to

chemical, electrical, mechanical and biological

the north. Placing exit stairs at the exterior

transcend traditional scientific boundaries and

engineering as well as the traditional materials

provides natural light and outdoor views that

generate transformative breakthroughs.

and physical sciences. The five floors above

encourage their use.

grade provide flexibility and infrastructure for Located on the main campus south of

lab types ranging from optics to chemistry. A

Supporting the center’s mission of driving

downtown Chicago, state-of-the-art

“racetrack” plan places labs in the center of

the research and development of renewable

laboratories, offices and collaboration spaces

the floor and offices on the perimeter of upper

and environmental resources, the facility is

support ambitious research for the university’s

floors. Two of the center’s seven floors are

expected to achieve LEED Silver certification.

Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics,

below grade, enabling the university to isolate

the Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics,

highly specialized labs, including the Pritzker

the Institute for Molecular Engineering and the

Nanofabrication Facility cleanroom and a

Dean’s Office of Physical Sciences.

high bay assembly lab, from vibration and electromagnetic interference.

Extensive use of glass on the exterior links occupants to nature and enables light to

◄ view of science quadrangle from west

2016 design annual

277,000 sq. ft. / 25,735 sq. m.


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7

4

2

9

5

8

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6

truck dock

2

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7

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3

south ellis avenue

8

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9

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5

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2 2

5 3

3

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immunoengineering lab

2

support labs

3

offices

4

conference rooms

5

informal collaboration space

6

home base psd

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5

9

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3

3

4

3

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soft materials lab

2

support labs

3

offices

4

conference rooms

5

informal collaboration space

6

home base ime

7

freight elevator

8

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9

bridge connection


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UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO WILLIAM ECKHARDT RESEARCH CENTER

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UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO WILLIAM ECKHARDT RESEARCH CENTER

▲ lobby with 2-story space + skylight ◄ lobby skylight


University of Portland Beauchamp Recreation & Wellness Center Portland, Oregon, USA

As a new front door for the urban campus and

connects users to the outdoors and the scenic

The design accommodates both the athletic

a recruiting tool for the University of Portland,

surroundings. At night, the center projects

department and recreation department by

the Beauchamp Recreation & Wellness Center

a two-story beacon of light that filters out

providing multifunctional administrative

needed to impress current and potential

toward the campus and draws students

spaces. The building’s 79 percent space

Annual EUI: 60 kBTU / sf / yr

students. The bold, iconic design encourages

toward the activity inside. Materials from

utilization rate is significantly higher than the

29% below ASHRAE 2007

a spirit of wellness that carries over into the

the campus, including a signature brick and

national average of 68-72 percent for campus

everyday lives of the center’s users.

western hemlock wood, are incorporated in

recreation and wellness centers.

Completion: 2015

modern ways. The design team collaborated with students,

Close collaboration among HOK, local

administrators and the athletic department to

To put users at ease, the design

architectural partner Soderstrom and

determine their shared goals for the facility.

incorporates a wide range of program

construction manager Skanska enabled the

One objective was to create an environment

spaces within approachable, intimate

team to expand the program while staying

that welcomes all levels of users. Another

fitness neighborhoods. Traditional spaces

under budget.

was to provide generous program space while

such as gymnasiums, exercise studios

reflecting the small-school feel of the campus

and a suspended track are enhanced with

and ensuring the best return on investment.

unique amenities including a 32-foot-high climbing wall, an outdoor pursuits center

◄ main entrance

Located near six student residential buildings

and a functional training area with a covered

and adjacent to the university’s basketball and

courtyard that allows for outdoor activities

baseball venues, the center functions as the

during all weather conditions. An equipment

new heart of the campus community.

rental center enables students to take their

Glazing around all sides of the building

fitness endeavors on the road.

2016 design annual

73,000 sq. ft. / 6,780 sq. m.

273


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entry plaza

11 locker rooms

2

bicycle repair access

7

bioswale

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3

outdoor seating area

8

entry + check-in

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4

bicycle parking

9

climbing wall

14 recreation gym

5

functional training courtyard

10 administration

15 strength + weight room

9

6


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▲ gathering space


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▲ jogging track

277

UNIVERSITY OF PORTLAND BEAUCHAMP REC CENTER

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University of Washington Husky Stadium Renovation

281

Seattle, Washington, USA

70,000 seats Completion: 2013

The renovation to Husky Stadium creates an

ensures that the stadium remains one of the

The design links the stadium with the

ideal setting for college football on an urban,

nation’s loudest.

new Sound Transit light-rail station to the

lakeside site. The design preserves the history

southeast. A 200-stall parking garage

of the 1920 stadium and its sweeping views of

New concessions, restrooms, lobby space,

constructed beneath the south bowl and

Lake Washington and the Cascade Mountains

high-resolution video boards and a variety

stands fulfills parking needs with minimal

while transforming it into a state-of-the-art

of seating options enhance the game-day

interruption to fans.

70,000-seat venue.

experience. Premium seating includes six

suites and 60 club seats on the field level

A retail component and the University of

The project is an example of how client

and 2,500 club seats, 30 suites and 30 loge

Washington Sports Medicine Center promote

organizations, designers and facility operators

boxes on a dedicated club level.

year-round activity within the stadium.

beautiful and sustainable. The rebuilt stadium

A new football operations building within the

Husky Stadium received Salmon-Safe

helps the university recruit student athletes,

west stands connects the unified seating

certification through the Pacific Rivers

provides a distinct home-field advantage and

bowl to the field and provides state-of-the-art

Council, which recognized its pollution

enhances the fan experience.

facilities for players, coaches and staff. The

capture, stormwater capture and construction

building includes home team lockers, weight

activity pollution reduction strategies. The

Complete demolition and reconstruction of

and training rooms, a recruiting lounge,

venue won the inaugural Sustainability Award

the lower bowl and south-side stands bring

coaches’ offices, team meeting rooms and

from the National Association of Collegiate

fans closer to the action. By preserving the

support spaces.

Directors of Athletics and USG Corporation.

can collaborate to create a venue that is both

building’s iconic metal roofs, the design

◄ student entry

2016 design annual

930,000 sq.ft. / 86,400 sq.m.


10

1

9

3

7

2 4

6 5

8


club + vip entry

6

southeast entry plaza

7

loading docks/

8

existing football

9

existing softball

broadcast yard practice field

200ft

sound transit station

5

100

student entry

4

50

southwest entry plaza

3

25

northwest entry plaza

2

0

1

stadium 10 existing arena

◄ site plan ► entry plaza

283

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON HUSKY STADIUM RENOVATION

► football operations center


â&#x2013;˛ end zone building


0

25

50

100

200ft

285

▲ south sideline

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON HUSKY STADIUM RENOVATION

▲ plaza entry gate


▲ entry plaza sketch

287

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON HUSKY STADIUM RENOVATION

▲ reclaimed wood entrance ◄ seating bowl


Xixian River Landscape Competition Xixian, Shaanxi Province, China

This plan restores and reinvigorates the

The plan proposes the adaptive reuse of

865 acres / 350 hectares

Sha River corridor, reconnecting it to local

existing bunds, which currently limit site

ecological, urban and cultural systems to

access, into a landscape framework that

support a new metropolitan center.

accommodates community amenity spaces.

Once part of a broad network of waterways

Restoring balance to a previously devalued

that fed the city and region of Xiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;an, the river

resource, the revitalized landscape supports

was converted into a flood control mechanism

the construction of an urban center that

in the 1950s. Subsequent infrastructure

welcomes thousands of new residents.

Design competition: 2015

projects further degraded the river, disconnecting it from adjacent communities

By decreasing the reliance on traditional

and the regionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ecological systems.

infrastructure and strengthening connections between the natural and urban environment,

To revitalize this natural resource, the design

the plan creates a new prototype for

proposes repurposing an existing village into

sustainable redevelopment.

a community center that forms the heart of a new district. Renewing the river and its landscape reintroduces sustainable local food production systems. Effective stormwater management strategies enable the collection, treatment and reuse of site runoff, contributing to a green infrastructure.

â&#x2014;&#x201E; town center aerial

2016 design annual

3.5 million sq. ft. / 325,160 sq. m.

289


â&#x2014;&#x201E; site plan

9

8

7

4

5

6 3 2

1

1

gateway water park

2

event lawn

3

reed beds

4

central retention pond

5

cultural village

6

urban farm

7

showcase farm

8

wetland boardwalk

9

wetland ponds


0 80 160 400 m

291 ▲ circulation network

▲ green infrastructure

▲ eco restoration

XIXIAN RIVER LANDSCAPE COMPETITION

▲ public amenities


6

1

8

5

3 7

2

4

â&#x2013;˛ eco lifestyle zone: landscape zones 1

reed bed system

9

2

urban farm

10 permanent stream

3

outdoor sports courts

11 filtration

4

medical city

12 infiltration

5

landscape canopy

13 evapotranspiration

6

event lawn

14 detention

7

eco stream

15 treatment

8

performance stage

habitat

reed bed

check dam

11

11

9

13 12

10 9

pervious paver

15

detention cell

setting pond

â&#x2013;˛ eco lifestyle zone after rain: green infrastructure

14

bioswale


293 ▲ eco lifestyle zone XIXIAN RIVER LANDSCAPE COMPETITION

▲ eco lifestyle zone with rainwater management


â&#x2013;¼ northwestern aerial view

295

XIXIAN RIVER LANDSCAPE COMPETITION


Youthscape at Bute Mills

297

Luton, Bedfordshire, UK

Completion: 2015

Youthscape, a UK-based charity organization

feeling while maintaining the integrity of the

feeds enable youth social workers from

that seeks positive transformation in the lives

historic brick structure. In the reception area,

across the country to participate in virtual

of young people, enlisted HOKâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s help to design

a feature wall by London artist Jason Bruges

training sessions.

the renovation of Bute Mills, a 1904 former

incorporates car parts manufactured in the

steam flour mill in Lutonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s town center. HOK

Luton area.

provided more than 380 hours of pro bono

operating costs. The team reused timbers

architecture and interior design services to

A cozy living room and training kitchen on

removed from the roof in the new structural

transform the historic industrial building into

the lower ground floor create a multipurpose

solution and in the design of the reception

an active youth center.

area for tutoring and relaxation. Other floors

desk. FSC-rated timber; low-VOC, water-

incorporate space for training, mentoring,

based paints; and low-energy LED lighting

The 10,000-sq.-ft. Bute Mills building enables

events and offices. Beneath the original wood

promote a healthy environment.

Youthscape to expand its programs and assist

beams, an open auditorium on the top floor

more young people. The renovations include

promotes collaboration between staff and

the installation of new heating and electrical

students for education and training.

systems, insulation, windows, significant structural work and a new interior layout.

Youthscape envisions that Bute Mills will become a national hub for innovation in youth

â&#x2014;&#x201E; existing building on bute street

Sustainable and low-energy strategies reduce

The renovated center features vibrant interior

work. New conference and event facilities

finishes, inspiring environmental graphics

support this mission, providing space for

and colorful furnishings that evoke a youthful

teacher training and inspiration. Audiovisual

2016 design annual

10,000 sq. ft. / 930 sq. m.


0 1 5

▲ first floor plan

10m

299

▲ sectional perspective ◄ pantry

YOUTHSCAPE AT BUTE MILLS

▲ ground floor plan


Image Credits

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company Headquarters...................................... Tim Griffith BBC Worldwide Headquarters.................................................................. Paul Grundy Brigade World Trade Center...................................................................... HOK, Yoga Balaji, Dr. Suchet Chaudhary 18Broadway.............................................................................................. John Iiams, HOK Cardiff University Centre for Student Life...............................................Stefan Augustyn, HOK Consumers Credit Union Headquarters....................................................HOK Design Competition for Confidential Client—Ferry Terminal.................. DeStijl Design Competition for Confidential Client—Metro System................... DeStijl Dr. D.Y. Patil University Multispecialty Hospital ......................................ATCHAIN Equinox River Oaks Fitness Center...........................................................Mabry Campbell FC Barcelona New Palau Blaugrana Arena .............................................. Per Brunkstedt, Stefan Augustyn, SBDA, HOK Hachette UK Headquarters.......................................................................Paul Grundy Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Passenger Terminal Modernization.......................................................... ATCHAIN, A-TRACE Digital Technology Co.,Ltd Hillwood Office Tower Design Concept.................................................... ATCHAIN, M2 Studio HOK Office.................................................................................................Sam Fentress

2016 design annual

The IRYS System....................................................................................... Images courtesy of Clestra Hauserman January 8th Memorial and Presidio Park ................................................. HOK Kentucky International Convention Center ............................................. Methanoia @4240 Laboratory and Office Building .................................................. Matthew McFarland Master Plan for Confidential Biopharmaceutical Company..................... Frontop Memorial University of Newfoundland Core Science Facility.................. Cicada Design Inc., Frontop Nanjing Financial City Center................................................................... ATCHAIN Ogilvy Washington Office......................................................................... Robert Benson Photography Penn State University Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Building..................................................................................HOK Pritzker Group Office.................................................................................Eric Laignel Research and Office Campus for Confidential Client.............................. A-TRACE Digital Technology Co., Ltd Rogers Place and the Ice District..............................................................Images courtesy of Ice District JV San Francisco Public Safety Campus ...................................................... Tim Griffith, Bruce Damonte Shell Woodcreek Campus ......................................................................... Hedrich Blessing Soka University of America STEM Expansion Project............................. Babak Aliabadi, Nephew Spire London..............................................................................................BezierCG, Visualhouse, Millerhare, HOK Teach for America Headquarters.............................................................. Ari Burling Toucheng Beach Center Expansion ......................................................... Chaoran Render Studio Traverse Conference Table ...................................................................... Images courtesy of Okamura


University of Chicago William Eckhardt Research Center ..................... Tom Rossiter University of Portland Beauchamp Recreation & Wellness Center......... Christy Radecic, Stephen Cridland University of Washington Husky Stadium Renovation............................. Christy Radecic, Doug Scott Xixian River Landscape Competition........................................................ ATCHAIN Youthscape at Bute Mills...........................................................................Paul Grundy, Ben Hodson, Glowfrog


2016 design annual


2016 HOK Design Annual