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.
SHoP Wins Autodesk Prize at MIT Media Lab’s Reality Virtually Hackathon
Two of SHoP’s VDC team members, Adam Chernick and Christopher Morse, competed in MIT Media Lab’s Reality Virtually Hackathon from January 17-21, 2019. Their team, Sound Space, was recognized as the winner in the Best Use of Autodesk Forge Cloud Platform, and the Best in Industrial & Commercial categories.
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.
Empire Outlets Named One of New York Post’s Developments to Watch
Empire Outlets, New York’s first outlet mall, is set to open this spring. With 100 stores and dozens of dining options, the development should lure visitors and future residents alike across the harbor.
Dezeen Names 111 W 57th St. a Building to Watch in 2019
One of the most impressive new skyscrapers set to complete in 2019 has also been described as the world’s skinniest.
Three SHoP Projects Will Change New York’s Landscape in 2019
Curbed NY predicts that Essex Crossing, Empire Outlets and 111 W 57th St. will contribute to a momentous year in architecture as we look ahead to 2019.
Bill Sharples in Conversation with Architecture Australia
Sharples, a founding principal of the firm, will appear at a roundtable event on November 29 organized by Architecture Australia magazine.
John Cerone at Offsite Construction Expo
Cerone, Director of Virtual Design and Construction, will speak about SHoP’s groundbreaking research in the areas of modular construction.
Midtown Center Featured in the Washington Post
Architecture critic Philip Kennicott likens the design to a “rare example of urban jazz in what is otherwise a uniformly drab stretch of typical Washington bureaucratic architecture”.