The public galleria at 195 Broadway connects Dey and Fulton Streets in Manhattan. Display boxes lining the galleria were pre-approved by the Landmarks Preservation Commission for retail signage. Photo: Allen Schindler
The adaptation of the 45,000-sf neoclassical lobby at 195 Broadway created three retail spaces an...read more
The Roosevelt Senior High School atrium is covered with 10,000 sf of electrochromic glass. Acoustical baffles, 32 feet in height, celebrate the many nationalities represented in the school’s community.
The project team, led by architect Perkins Eastman, restored the original cupola.
The renovated entry with custom-made replica columns. The original columns were removed in the 1950s.
The project team had to fix poor renovations made in the ’50s.
Strict infection control and life safety measures were implemented to protect patients on other f...read more
The automotive giant salvages the place from which it sprang, 131 years ago.
The 150-seat Lucille Pizzeria’s reclaimed wood flooring, arched windows, and 1930s-style chandeliers. The bank vault was turned into a lounge with a newly cut window, just in case the door got shut.
The first floor features a zinc bar and an authentic Neapolitan pizza oven.
The first-floor Arts Commission Gallery. Kyle Jeffers Photography.
The Veterans Building houses the War Memorial staff, the city’s Arts Commission, the Opera’s lear...read more
The light-filled, five-story atrium connects the new addition with the existing building and provides gathering space for students. Photo: Jon Miller – Hedrich Blessing Photographers
The two-phase project revamped an opaque, horseshoe-shaped labyrinth of seven buildings from the...read more
The Grand Staircase of The Gray, a new Kimpton hotel. The original building was designed by William Le Baron Jenney, known as the father of the skyscraper. Photo: Laure Joliet
The Building Team restored the granite and terra cotta façade and reclaimed more than 500 double-...read more
Pittsburgh’s Union Trust Building occupies an entire city block, rising to 237 feet. Two Flemish-Gothic “chapels” on the roof house the building’s mechanical components. Photo: © Robert Benson.
The building was in such disrepair that much of the reconstruction budget had to go toward struct...read more
The gastropub at Kitchen 21 has an 85-foot-long bar with 32 beers on tap. The space can be changed from a daytime café for beachgoers, to evening fine dining, to a concert venue. Photo: Todd Mason, Halken/Mason Photography.
This project included the restoration of the landmark Childs Restaurant.
The project team for Cleveland’s Ohio Theatre used archived drawings and photographs like the one in the inset to create coloration and design renderings for the restoration of the lobby.
The restoration relied heavily on historic photos and drawings.
The Sealing Room is where couples are married and sealed to one another in the LDS faith. Interior finishes needed to capture purity, eternity, and love. All photos © Intellectual Reserve, Inc.
Parts of the tabernacle’s exterior shell were the only things that survived the blaze.
The afterschool program in the new clubhouse attracts children whose grandparents once attended PS 186. The Boys & Girls Club of Harlem partnered with Alembic Community Development and Monadnock Development on the $45.4 million project. Photo: David Sundberg / ESTO.
Word that PS 186 might be demolished brought out the preservationists, whose letter-writing campa...read more
St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Lovejoy Wharf, and the Bay Area Metro Center are just a few of the proje...read more
The rehabilitation included the restoration of the exterior masonry, porches, windows, and roofing. © 2014 Jonathan Hillyer
The data center can scale to 24 MW. QTS prefers to retrofit rather than build new. Mark Weirda / Cultivate Studios.
Two long-concealed vaulted ceilings in the second-floor galleries were restored. The project had to obtain with numerous regulatory approvals. Courtesy Smithsonian American Art Museum.
The renovation restored two long-concealed vaulted ceilings in the second-floor galleries and rec...read more
The Massachusetts Maritime Academy, on Cape Cod. The residential addition is behind the Mess Deck in the foreground. Ben Johnson / Shawmut Design and Construction
The two-story “overbuild” employed block and plank construction with drag strut detailing to conn...read more
The Masonic Temple’s original wood-clad steel trusses provide a striking accent to the top two floors of the office space. An eighth floor is suspended from the trusses via a clevis, outrigger, and rod detail. The office showcases tenant CBRE’s Workplace 360 approach, an address-free environment across several floors with no assigned offices or workstations. Courtesy Gensler / Ryan Gobuty.
The building team suspended a new eighth-floor mezzanine and added 18 9x15-foot windows to the no...read more
The seismic upgrade of the San Francisco War Memorial Veterans Building used nonlinear dynamic analysis to implement a system of rocking concrete walls connected to the foundation by 250 shear lugs grouted into a greased sleeve. Glenn Nevill / Simpson Gumpertz & Heger.
The building team used a system of rocking concrete shear walls, which eliminated the need for de...read more
The new rooftop patio at the Arc at Old Colony, which features studio, 1-, 2-, 3- and 4BR apartments. Five floors have been designated historic to retain their original corridor features and finishes. Courtesy CA Ventures.
The Arc at Old Colony's vintage floor plans, voluminous lobby, and myriad elevators were perfect...read more
Noble Chapel was rebuilt after a major fire. The cremtorium was restored and damaged retorts were replaced. On the exterior, Gladding McBean recreated the original terra cotta ridge caps it made for the chapel in 1892. Scott Hahn / ARG Conservation Services, Inc.
In May 2013 the 124-year-old Noble Chapel, suffered a three-alarm fire that almost completely des...read more
The newly constructed eight-story atrium in the Bay Area Metro Center provides occupants with welcome daylight. The project is targeting LEED Gold certification. Mikki P. Green/ Mikki Piper Imaging.
The structure’s 60,000-sf floor plates made the interior dark and foreboding, and BAHA wanted to...read more
A painting studio at the Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts. Columns were replaced with exposed 40-foot trusses to open up the space. The facility also has framing studios, music practice rooms, offices, and a 280-seat theatre. Tom Arben Photography
The five-story brick-and-beam structure is an adaptive reuse of the Canada Hair Cloth Building, w...read more
The Building Team for the Marwen arts campus gutted portions of the space to create a much-needed new vehicular entry and loggia. © Steve Hall / Hedrich Blessing
Marwen currently offers 100 studio courses to 850 underserved students from 295 schools and 53 zi...read more
The Cigar Factory is celebrating its third life in its 135-year history, this time as a Class A office building anchoring Charleston’s emerging NoMo (North Morrison Boulevard) technology corridor. Robert Oswald / Oswald Design & Creative.
The Cigar Factory was originally a cotton mill but became the home of the American Cigar Company...read more
The Building Team for St. Patrick’s Cathedral had the National Historic Landmark ready to greet Pope Francis on September 24, 2015, three months ahead of schedule. © John Baer / Building Images Photography
The cathedral, dedicated in 1879, sorely needed work.
Developer Related Beal landed Converse as the sole tenant for the Hoffman Building. The adaptive reuse secured LEED Gold certification and $9.9 million in tax relief over a 25-year period. © Gustav Hoiland / Flagship Photo.
After demolishing the rotten wood wharf, Suffolk Construction (GC) built a new 30,000-sf landscap...read more
Leo A Daly and Broadcast Building Co. designed a box-within-a-box to isolate KETV’s news studio from the noise and vibration of a nearby active rail line. © 2016 Visko Hatfield
The 1898 Greek Revival train terminal, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Plac...read more