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”.

Designboom Features US Embassy in Tegucigalpa

SHoP’s design references Honduras’ mountainous landscape.

SHoP Featured on Archispeak Podcast

In an interview with John Cerone, Director of Virtual Design and Construction, the hosts of Archispeak explore technology, direct model to fabrication processes, and the future of project delivery.

Corie Sharples Lectures at University of Maryland

Sharples, a founding principal of SHoP, will present “Out of Practice” as part of the university’s 2018 Fall Lecture Series.

SHoP Participates in Facade Tectonics Forum New York

Sameer Kumar, SHoP’s Director of Enclosure Design, appears on a panel exploring strategic options for the implementation of contemporary facade systems.

Gregg Pasquarelli at 2018 CTBUH Conference

Pasquarelli, a founding principal at SHoP, will discuss what a “smart city” looks like at this year’s CTBUH in Dubai.

Chris Sharples Interviewed by ArchDaily

Sharples discusses the firm’s movement toward a technology-based, iterative approach that “is beginning to blur the line between architecture and manufacturing”.