The Helen R. Walton Children’s Enrichment Center, which serves as a model early childhood and training facility, is nearing completion. The building’s design integrates interior and exterior space, and provides ample inspiration for children at the critical early years of their development. The 45,000 square foot building is integrated into its site, framed by exterior playscapes and outdoor classrooms.
Upson Hall at Cornell University, designed by LTL Architects in joint partnership with Perkins+Will, Thornton Tomasetti and ME Engineers has been certified LEED Platinum, the highest criteria for sustainable design under LEED standards. Among the performance highlights is that the 160,000 SF renovation achieves a modeled energy cost reduction of 66.62%.
Construction for the Helen R. Walton Children's Enrichment Center designed by LTL is underway! A model early childhood and training facility, this project is one of the first of the Walton Family Foundation’s Northwest Arkansas Design Excellence program.
The public opening of the newly completed Upson Hall at Cornell University, designed by LTL Architects in joint partnership with Perkins+Will, Thornton Tomasetti and ME Engineers is scheduled for this Saturday, Oct. 21st at 10am as part of Homecoming Weekend. This 160,000 SF transformation of Upson Hall integrates energy efficiency with intensified public spaces, as part of the rejuvenation of the Engineering Quadrangle.
The groundbreaking ceremony for the Helen R. Walton Children's Enrichment Center / Early Childhood Initiatives Center designed by LTL Architects will be held at 11am tomorrow, Oct. 19th on J Street near Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas. The Center is a 45,000 sq.ft. facility for 240 young children that sets a local and national model for the integration of learning, natural environment and healthy materials. This project is one of the first of the Northwest Arkansas Design Excellence program.
Vassar’s All Campus Dining Center is now open! Our renovation of McKim Mead and White's 1913 Students’ Building (altered in the 1970’s into a dining hall) features very large custom cross laminated timber tables of particular shapes that foster greater social connections among students. These form the landscape of this 28,000 SF open space organized around six dispersed serving stations. Photograph by Leonid Furmansky.
Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis' renovation of the Joseph D. Jamail Lecture Hall at Columbia University's School of Journalism completed this week. The custom ceiling is composed of coffers which integrate mechanical diffusers, lighting, speakers and acoustic treatment into a coherent form, which tapers up toward the stage and perimeter windows. Fabrication by SITU.
Construction on Upson Hall at Cornell University is scheduled for mid-August completion. A design collaboration between Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis, Perkins+Will, Thornton Tomasetti and ME Engineers, the 160,000 SF project will be a dynamic new home for the College of Engineering.
Yesterday, Wolf-Gordon celebrated their 50th Anniversary and their recently completed Manhattan headquarters designed by Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis. The event was sponsored by Interior Design Magazine. Find out more about the project here.
The renovation of the Bronx Council on the Arts designed by Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis is scheduled to complete this fall. The images show progress on the exterior façade and the bleacher seating in the proposed flex space.
LTL Architects' design for the new headquarters for the Bronx Council on the Arts is under construction with completion expected in the Fall of 2017.
This project is implemented as part of the NYC DDC Design and Construction Excellence.
Terracotta skin nearing completion. New public stair cut into the concrete slab. The 160,000 SF complete building renovation for the College of Engineering is designed to be the most energy efficient building on the campus of Cornell University, scheduled to be completed this fall. This project is a collaboration between LTL Architects, Perkins+Will and Thornton Tomasetti.
LTL's renovation of The ContemporAry Austin-Jones Center has opened. The transformation of the museum includes a new 6,500 sq ft canopy floating 22 ft above the entire rooftop with ephemeral curtains able to envelope the space. Newly named The Moody Rooftop, this prominent downtown cultural destination integrates the 7' high letters of artist Jim Hodge's installation "With Liberty and Justice for All (A work in Progress)." Within the building, the gallery spaces have been expanded and upgraded to allow for larger and more complex exhibitions.
LTL's renovation of The ContermporAry Austin (formerly Arthouse at the Jones Center) is nearing completion and having its grand opening on Friday, December 16th!
The ContemporAry Jones Center (formerly Arthouse) renovation in Austin, TX is in progress: a new roof canopy and expanded interior galleries.
LTL's design for Upson Hall at Cornell University is nearing Phase 1 completion. The project is designed in collaboration with Perkins+Will and Thornton Tomasetti.