SHAPE ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL RECEIVES A 2017 DESIGN AWARD OF HONOR BY SARA NATIONAL
On Friday, October 20th, the M|G-designed SHAPE Elementary, Middle and High School Complex was recognized with a Design Award of Honor by the 2017 SARA National Design Awards program. The 21.5 acre campus located in Mons, Belgium includes four new state-of-the-art facilities and is home to children of military personnel from over eighteen nations across the globe.
THE NEW COMPUTER SCIENCE BUILDING AT STONY BROOK RECOGNIZED WITH 2017 EXCELLENCE IN ARCHITECTURE AWARD
At last night’s AIA 53rd Annual Archi Awards ceremony, the M|G-designed New Computer Science Building at Stony Brook University was recognized with a 2017 Excellence in Architecture Award in the category of Institutional / Educational! The project provides state-of-the-art graduate and undergraduate teaching and research laboratories for research in topics such as visualization and graphics; wireless and mobile computing; cybersecurity; and algorithms.
BRADDOCK DESIGNS LAB RENOVATION FOR 2017 NOBEL LAUREATE IN CHEMISTRY
Mitchell | Giurgola Partner Jim Braddock is currently designing the Cyro Electron Microscope laboratory renovation for the recently-named Nobel Laureate Dr. Joachim Frank of Columbia University Medical Center. Dr. Frank was recognized early this morning with a 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
STOCKING HALL RECOGNIZED WITH 2017 AIA NYS EXCELSIOR HONOR AWARD
On May 16th, the M|G-designed Stocking Hall Rehabilitation and Addition at Cornell University was recognized with a 2017 AIA New York State Excelsior Honor Award for Public Architecture. The annual awards program recognized thirteen publicly funded projects from New York State that “exemplify design and excellence in the public sector and provide a model of excellence for future state-funded building design.”
LOEWENSON PARTICIPATES IN LGCC’S PATHWAYS TO SUCCESS PANEL
On May 8th, M|G Partner Carol Loewenson, FAIA spoke with LaGuardia Community College’s Community of Scholars students as a panelist at the college’s Pathways to Success speaker series.
NEW EXHIBIT AT UPENN FEATURES THE WORK OF ALDO GIURGOLA
Romaldo Giurgola’s work is currently on display alongside the work of Louis Kahn and Robert Venturi as part of a new exhibit at the University of Pennsylvania called “What was the Philadelphia School?” The month-long exhibit runs from March 17 through April 17 and features more than 50 models and drawings. For more information, please see the Architect’s Newspaper’s coverage of the exhibition linked here.View Details
NEW YORK TIMES FEATURES 370 JAY STREET
On March 22nd, the New York Times named the M|G renovation of NYU’s 370 Jay Street in Downtown Brooklyn as one of three major projects transforming higher education in New York City: “Focusing on advanced technology and the sciences, these projects […] are aimed at helping the city lure and retain people to compete with places like Silicon Valley and Boston.” Click here to read the full article.