Corie Sharples Named Breakout Grant Juror
Corie will partner with NYCxDESIGN and the entire jury to extend three grants in the program’s first year. One $15,000 grant will be awarded to support a career-making moment and two additional $5,000 grants will be given to back continued project growth. The grant seeks to fund designers with a foundational commitment to diversity, inclusivity, and sustainability.
Cuomo Announces SHoP Erie Canal Bridge
Governor Cuomo announced the selection of SHoP Architects as the lead designer of the Brockport Loop Pedestrian Bridge over the Erie Canal. This new pedestrian bridge in the Village of Brockport represents the first large-scale infrastructure project to begin under the state’s Reimagine the Canals initiative.
New SHoP Tower for Toronto
A 310-meter office and residential complex on the edge of the financial district, the tower will be among the tallest in the city.
Chris Sharples Lectures at The Architecture Machine
A talk on the occasion of SHoP’s participation in The Architecture Machine, the first comprehensive look at digital development in architecture for the German-speaking world.
Rotterdam to be Site of SHoP’s First European Skyscraper
The Codrico factory masterplan comprises an ensemble of existing structures and new buildings designed by firms such as mecanoo and SHoP architects.
SHoP’s Luisa Mendez Joins Monograph Podcast
Monograph’s George Valdes interviews Luisa Mendez about how to bake innovation into the structure of project teams.
SHoP Creates Virtual Exhibition for Arts-Based Diversion Program
The digital viewing experience is overlaid with the audio of alumni sharing their personal stories about how the programmes helped them stay out of the criminal justice system.
Gift From SHoP Supports Diversity in Architecture
SHoP Architects has committed a generous lead gift to the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning to bring a greater diversity of talent into the field of architecture.
Skybridge Crowns Collins Arch Skyscraper
The pair of Collins Arch towers both rise 164 metres and comprise 34 storeys, united at the top by the eight-storey skybridge that measure 14 metres in length.