Carnegie Mellon University announces a $30 million gift from the Richard King Mellon Foundation to support energy research and the building of Scott Hall. Link
OFFICE 52 featured in The Sunday Oregonian. Link
Scott Hall receives funding from the Eden Hall Foundation for energy and biomedical research. Link
OFFICE 52 is pleased to announce that we have been invited to lecture at Carnegie Mellon University as part of the School of Architecture’s spring 2013 lecture series. Isaac Campbell will speak about the founding of OFFICE 52 with his partner Michelle LaFoe and their design for Carnegie Mellon’s new Sherman and Joyce Bowie Scott Hall. The lecture will be held on Monday, February 4th at 6:00 PM at the Carnegie Museum of Art Theater. Link
Video for groundbreaking of CMU’s new Sherman and Joyce Bowie Scott Hall. Link
Isaac Campbell addresses campus leaders and distinguished guests at the groundbreaking ceremonies for Carnegie Mellon University’s new Sherman and Joyce Bowie Scott Hall. Link
CMU announces the new Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation to be housed in the new building designed by OFFICE 52. Link
CMU breaks ground on the new Sherman and Joyce Bowie Scott Hall designed by OFFICE 52. Link
New Nano Bio Energy Technologies Building will transform CMU
CMU’s Dean Khosla talks about OFFICE 52’s design for the University’s new Nano Bio Energy Technologies Building.
OFFICE 52 has been selected from among 17 teams overall and from among 4 finalists in a national design competition for the commission to design Carnegie Mellon University’s new Nano Bio Energy Technologies Building. The new 78,000 SF building will provide essential collaborative research facilities for Nano Science, Materials Characterization, Biomedical Engineering and Energy research.
Stanford University to dedicate the new Knight Management Center for the Graduate School of Business on April 29, 2011.
OFFICE 52 has been awarded a campus wide planning study for Messiah College in Grantham, Pennsylvania working in association with the Office for Planning and Architecture (OPA).
OFFICE 52 has been selected by Oregon State University to plan a new quad for the core campus that will include buildings for the College of Business, the Asian & Pacific Cultural Center and a future Science and/or Engineering Building.
Stanford University’s Yang and Yamazaki Environment and Energy Building receives Citation Award from the American Institute of Architects Santa Clara Chapter in 2010.
Stanford University’s Science and Engineering Quad Master Plan and Design Guidelines receives a Merit Award for Excellence in Planning from The Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) in 2010.
SCUP Award Link
Stanford University celebrates the opening of the new Jen-Hsun Huang Engineering Center, the second building on the Science and Engineering Quad and the new home for the School of Engineering.
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