Reconstruction & Renovation
Photos: Karl Connolly Photography
In restoring the theater, the design team employed what it calls a “rescued ruin” preservation ap...read more
Photo: David Wakely
This project involved the renovation and restoration of the 57,000-sf hall, and the construction...read more
Courtesy: RXR Realty.
To make way for new ground-floor retail and a more dramatic entrance and lobby, the team removed...read more
Photo: Justin Clemmons
lauckgroup designed the new headquarters space.
The 2,300-sf penthouse in The Sanctuary sold for $1.5 million. The owner has exclusive access to an 85-foot-tall bell tower, the highest private view in D.C.
The windows became The Sanctuary’s chief sales edge.
Businesses, developers, and civic leaders are repurposing existing structures to celebrate histor...read more
Photo courtesy Mortenson Construction.
Gilbane Building Co., Structure Tone, and Turner Construction Co. top BD+C’s ranking of...read more
The recent restoration of the Gothic Revival facade of the 12-story 36 Gramercy Park East building in Manhattan required replicating and replacing 1,500 terracotta elements, and resetting another 1,500. Image: Ola Wilk/Wilk Marketing Communications.
WSP, Jensen Hughes, and STV top BD+C’s ranking of the nation’s largest reconstruction se...read more
Rendering courtesy of ©601w Companies | Gensler
Gensler, Jacobs, and Stantec top BD+C’s ranking of the nation’s largest reconstruction s...read more
Photo courtesy of Perkins+Will
Almost 15,000 sf of space was added to the original, four-story building.
The recent restoration of the Gothic Revival facade of the 12-story 36 Gramercy Park East building in Manhattan required replicating and replacing 1,500 terracotta elements, and resetting another 1,500. Image: Ola Wilk/Wilk Marketing Communications
The painstaking process included assuaging numerous preservation agencies.
View from classrooms (Building A) to learning platforms and play area at the Awty International School in Houston. Photo: Shepley Bulfinch
Shepley Bulfinch designed the 75,000-sf campus.
Rendering courtesy of ©601w Companies | Gensler
The redevelopment project is currently the largest in the nation.
Photo: © Dennis Gilbert.
The original building was updated and given a new extension and landscaping.
Courtesy of Mountain Development
The 100,000-sf building is part of a three-building, 30-acre campus.
Photo courtesy Mortenson Construction
Mortenson deconstructed the barn and repurposed it for the new space.
Photo: Mark Steele
FRCH Design Worldwide is leading the redesign that will start with 12 pilot locations across the...read more
Rendering courtesy PGAL
The project includes a new 1 million-sf terminal building with 33 domestic aircraft gates.
Wooster Hall, looking north as sunlight strikes the steps of the atrium, marking solar noon. Photo: © 2016 Tim Hursley
Success in retrofit projects requires an entirely different mindset than in new construction, wri...read more
Courtesy Albert Duce, Wikimedia Commons
Kraemer Design has been selected as the architect of record and historic consultant on the Detroi...read more
Photo: Garrett Rowland
An open plan with social hubs maximizes co-working and engagement.
Park Avenue Foyer. Rendering courtesy of SOM and Methanoia Inc.
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and Pierre-Yves Rochon prepared the designs for what will be one o...read more
Rendering courtesy of Morris Adjmi Architects
The building is located in West Chelsea between the High Line and West Street.
A new study by PwC details how the industrial sector could get more involved as an influencer, and possibly as investors, in the massive infrastructure spending program that federal lawmakers and The White House now seem committed to moving forward. Image: Pixabay
The accounting and consulting firm PwC offers the industrial sector a five-step approach to getti...read more
Rendering courtesy Powerhouse Environmental Arts Foundation and Herzog & de Meuron.
The century-old building will be turned into fabrication shops in wood, metal, ceramics, textiles...read more
Rendering courtesy of Sage and Coombe
The pavilion has been awaiting repair since storm damage in 2011 rendered the structure unsafe fo...read more
Photo: Morphosis Architects
The redesigned rooms focused on scale, color, tactility, unexpected form, and connections to the...read more
Rendering courtesy of Blackstone and Equity Office
The project will be the first major renovation in the building’s 43-year history.
Rendering courtesy of EFFEKT
The transformed building would provide space for street sports, street culture, and street art....
Rendering courtesy of Johnson Nathan Strohe.
The 1883 Denver Hose Company No.1 building will be fully restored as part of the project.