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SHoP Presents at NVIDIA GTC 2019

Christopher Morse and Geof Bell, both Associates at SHoP, will present at NVIDIA’s 2019 GPU Technology Conference (GTC) in Silicon Valley on Tuesday, March 19. Their presentation will focus on the digital future in architecture, and will discuss the pioneering workflows we’re using to redefine the practice.

242 Broome Lands in the Lower East Side

SHoP’s design team relied on parametric design and digital workflows to develop 242 Broome’s continually changing curtain wall panels and interior layouts. Along Ludlow Street, the western elevation of the project, SHoP is also designing the International Center of Photography’s new home.

John Cerone and John Gulliford at Facades+ NYC

Join John Cerone, Associate Principal, and John Gulliford, Senior Associate at the Facades+ NYC Conference on April 5 for a workshop describing principles of design for creating geometry using construction-scale 3D-printing.

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.