IES NYC Spotlight on Diversity: Neri Diaz
National Hispanic Heritage Month
For National Hispanic Heritage Month, IESNYC profiles Neri Diaz. She’s an NYC “Lightina” with a warm cultural heritage and a remarkable journey to our community...
An Historic Shipyard Reincarnation
San Francisco, CA
This project is centered on the adaptive reuse of six buildings in San Francisco's Dogpatch neighborhood, where some of the most important naval innovations of the 19th and 20th century once emerged...
Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture by Olson Kundig
Unlike the typical museum model, in which exhibition and back-of-house spaces are separated, the recently opened 105,000-square-foot Olson Kundig-designed Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture...
Analog House by Olson Kundig & Faulkner Architects
Lake Tahoe, CA
Why would a talented architect like Berkeley-based Gregory Faulkner turn to the celebrated Seattle architect Tom Kundig to design a house for himself and his wife, Lesa? And why would Kundig get involved in a house for another architect? The answer lies in the process of collaboration....
70 Hudson Street by Studios Architecture: 2018 Best of Year Winner for Commercial Lobby
Jersey City, NJ
The opportunity was too tempting to let pass. When the corporate tenants in the offices upstairs and the retail tenants below simultaneously turned over...
Lincoln Park Residence by Tigerman McCurry Architects
At first blush, it is not clear that the low-slung glass-and-metal building is a house at all. Marching determinedly over its 216-foot-wide lot on a quiet residential street in Chicago’s Lincoln Park, the structure is an enigma...
Immersive and Respectful – Bilgola Beach House by Olson Kundig
Bilgola Beach, Australia
Overlooking the northern coast of Sydney, Bilgola Beach House sits openly embracing its milieu through consistent visual reminders of place. Approached through a dense and natural landscape, the remote home...
With Help from Herb Alpert, Letting the Light In at the Harlem School of the Arts
New York, NY
Dorothy Maynor never sang at the Met, but the school she founded is glowing anew, thanks to the revitalization of its beloved “gathering place.”
Meier & Frank Building
"This is such a successful integration of all areas of design. It's what we all strive for – the graphics, the interior space itself, and respect for the whole building."
-Michael Hsu, AIA IIDA 2019 IIDA Oregon Design Juror