SHoP Program for NYC High Schoolers Featured in The New Yorker
When Renodo heard of an after-school class that the firm SHoP Architects was offering to kids at his school, he signed up. “I’ve never met architects before,” he said. “One guy at SHoP told us, ‘You should work at a firm, get a lot of connections, and then, when you’re ready to do it, start your own firm.’ ” That’s Renodo’s plan: “I have a road map now.”
Essex Crossing Wins ULI Global Award for Excellence
This year, 152 projects and programs were submitted across the three ULI regions. Of those submissions, 26 were named as winners across the regions and then considered as global finalists. The six winners were selected by a multidisciplinary jury of ULI members representing a range of real estate and land use expertise.
There’s a New Copper Canyon in Downtown Washington
The 14-story building was designed by SHoP Architects. The copper facade, SHoP partner Gregg Pasquarelli said, is “a subtle, 21st century interpretation of a material associated with the great architectural heritage of D.C.”
Twelve Dramatic Skybridges That Push the Limits of Engineering
“The skybridge connecting the two buildings is not simply decorative,” said SHoP Architects founding principal Bill Sharples said of the Collins Arch project in Melbourne. “It maximizes views and sunlight for office, hotel and residential occupants of the two buildings that, on the ground, meet public space and commercial requirements.”
Jean-Georges’ Tin Building Opens
Soon after the hurricane, chef Jean-Georges set his sight on the space, and SHoP Architects, the firm that designed the building, worked to preserve its history and protect it for years to come. They rescued any viable pieces from the former Tin Building and moved the whole structure further away from the river, raising it off the ground to protect it from future flooding.
The Challenge of Skyscraper Construction in NYC
New York’s skyline is constantly changing as the city continues to build up. But building here comes with its own particular set of challenges. Gregg Pasquarelli talks to Cheddar News about the design and construction of The Brooklyn Tower.
Construction Begins on Atlassian Sydney Headquarters
Construction has begun on Atlassian’s $1.4-billion headquarters after the New South Wales government, Dexus and the global software giant reached agreement on the project. The 39-storey Atlassian Central, next door to Central Station in Sydney’s future tech precinct, is expected to open in 2027.
Saved by SHoP, the Tin Building at Manhattan’s Seaport Reopens
Dubbed Tin Building by Jean-Georges, the 53,000-square-foot Lower Manhattan foodie mecca is housed within a historic Seaport structure of the same name that stands as one of just two major surviving buildings from the old Fulton Fish Market, which packed up its ice blocks and decamped to Hunts Point in the Bronx in 2005. Built in 1907, the Tin Building underwent an exhaustive, years-long transformation led by SHoP Architects.
FIT’s New Academic Building Tops Out
Designed by SHoP Architects, the 110,000-square-foot structure is engineered to achieve LEED Gold certification and will yield new classrooms, administrative offices, review and exhibition spaces and a student quad illuminated by skylights.
A Joint Interview on the State of SHoP
Early adoption of digital technology and the competitive nature of working in the architectural “pressure cooker” of New York City helped SHoP Architects become successful, say principals Gregg Pasquarelli and John Cerone in this interview.
New Renderings Revealed for SHoP’s Downtown Detroit Megadevelopment
SHoP Architects, joined by Detroit-based firm Hamilton Anderson Associates, is leading the design of the two buildings, which together encompass an entire city block just north of Campus Martius Park with a public plaza between them. The tower, featuring a 227-room luxury hotel topped by 100-plus residential units, will eventually rise 685 feet above the city.