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Pier 35 Wins 2019 MASterworks Award

Pier 35 has won a 2019 MASterworks Award for Best New Infrastructure. Founded in 1988, the MASterworks Awards pay tribute to some of the city’s most iconic buildings and local gems completed in the previous year. The winning teams will be honored at a celebration on Thursday, March 28 at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture during Celebrating the City: 2019 MAS Awards.

Gensler and SHoP Architects to Transform Historic Sears Store Into Ion Building

Rice University, with SHoP Architects, James Carpenter Design Associates, James Corner Field Operations, and Gensler, are transforming a particularly historic location into the Ion Building, a new center that’s marked to be at the core of Rice’s plan for an “innovation district.”

Rice University Taps SHoP Architects for an Innovation Center in Houston

SHoP Architects, James Carpenter Design Associates, James Corner Field Operations, and Gensler will transform an 80-year-old former Sears department store into a multi-level innovation center and business incubator for Houston, Texas.

SHoP at “City of Tomorrow: Real Estate, Architecture and Design Summit”

Associate Principal and Director of VDC, John Cerone, and Associate Principal Dana Getman will participate as panelists in 92Y’s “City of Tomorrow” summit, taking place March 15 – 16.

SHoP’s 9 Dekalb Avenue and 111 W 57th St. Will Forever Alter the New York City Skyline

Curbed New York categorizes 9 Dekalb Avenue and 111 W 57th St. as marvels of engineering.

John Cerone at Financial Times Future of Construction Summit

Cerone, an Associate Principal, will participate in the panel titled “Redesigning the Built Environment” moderated the FT’s Architecture Critic, Edwin Heathcote.

Join Gregg Pasquarelli for a Lecture on the Modern Skyscraper

Pasquarelli will present a selection of SHoP’s recent residential work, including 111 W 57th St., 9 DeKalb Ave., and the American Copper Buildings, and highlight the complicated and exciting challenges of designing and building a skyscraper in New York City.

111 W 57th St. is Transforming NYC’s Skyline

The SHoP-designed tower’s steel crown, at a whopping 1,428 feet, will go up this spring, with the topping off by summer.

Associate Principal Dana Getman Featured on Design Voice Podcast

In this episode, Dana gives some insight into the design process at SHoP, and shares what makes the firm such a special place to work and practice.

111 W 57th St. One of Bloomberg’s Nine Most Anticipated 2019 Projects

“What we set out to do was build an incredibly modern, forward-looking building, but one that’s clearly taken from the DNA of New York City,” says Gregg Pasquarelli, a founding partner at SHoP, of the project.