A 93,000-sf Library and Academic Resource Center will replace Los Angeles Valley College's 1960s-vintage library. Pfeiffer Partners Architects designed the building to be consistent with the college's master plan, with its learning clusters and arcade circulation system. To obtain LEED certification, the center will use recycled and renewable materials, such as bamboo. Floors connect through an interior atrium, so daylight can reach the first floor.
College uses renewable materials in new library
Their winning proposal was supported by six of the seven members of the jury.
The project gives Bordeaux an art-filled public space from the waterfront to the city’s new urban room....
MAD beat out four other proposals for the opportunity to design the theater.
Former ConocoPhillips CEO and wife have donated millions for culture and education.
Facility is expanding its after-school programming.
The building, nestled in a large park, is striving to meet three different sustainability standards.
The San Antonio City Council voted 9-2 in favor of the makeover.
Comfort and service are keys to attracting repeat customers, says an expert whose firm specializes in cinem...
Further evidence of the positive impact of the cultural centers on neighborhood development and economic gr...
The 57,000-sf Anthem concert hall is a major component of The Wharf, the biggest-ever redevelopment project in Washington, D.C. Anthem is wedged between two mixed-use buildings with 510 apartments. Its $60 million construction costs included $3 million in sound mitigation measures. The hall’s flat floor allows it to be used for non-music events. The lobby can also be leased. The hall’s capacity is 6,000.
New cultural centers have sparked development in the form of new offices, restaurants, retail, hotels, busi...