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Wolf Mangelsdorf on 'Structure, Form and Architecture'


Wolf Mangelsdorf has a rather different view of how engineers and architects should work together. The collaboration between engineer and architect is a signature trait of BuroHappold Engineering, where Wolf has worked since 2002...

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Categories: United Kingdom

Winners of Changing Course design competition announced


Two years since the competition was launched, Changing Course has announced the three winning teams and shared the far-reaching solutions they’ve developed for the Mississippi River Delta.

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Categories: Water, United States

Inspiring healthy and happy communities through learning


Learning outside of the classroom can provide a world of experiences not normally encountered in the everyday school environment. Working closely with St Mary's Church of England Primary School in Hulme, Manchester, BuroHappold...

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SeaGlass Carousel Opens in the Battery


Thursday’s opening of the new $16 million SeaGlass Carousel at the Battery

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Categories: Culture, United States

Five BuroHappold projects shortlisted for the IStructE Structural Awards 2015

07/08/2015 Written by Scott Bentley

Five projects have been shortlisted in the IStructE Structural Awards 2015

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Categories: Commercial residential, Culture, Poland

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - Interactive Map


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BuroHappold projects shortlisted in The Structural Awards 2015


Three BuroHappold projects have been recognized by the Institution of Structural Engineers

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Categories: Culture, United States, Poland

Emir Pekdemir to speak at AIA Chicago

30/07/2015 Written by Jodi Christopher

Emir Pekdemir, Energy Analyst in BuroHappold's Chicago office, will speak as part of the //chicago computation group with Hans Michel from Kirkegaard...

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Categories: United States

Desire Lines: Romance and Rationalism in Bridge Design


BuroHappold Engineering hosts hands-on bridge exhibition ‘Desire Lines: Romance and Rationalism in Bridge Design’

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Categories: United Kingdom

Burntwood School to compete for RIBA Stirling Prize


Burntwood School, Wandsworth has been shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize 2015

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Categories: Awards, Education - schools & colleges, United Kingdom

Research into the future of university spaces

20/07/2015 Written by Lucy Warren Meeks

BuroHappold Engineering is undertaking an in-depth study into how the quality of university estates impacts on their ability to attract and retain students

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Categories: Higher education, United Kingdom

Whitworth Gallery shortlisted for RIBA Stirling Prize

16/07/2015 Written by Stephen Jolly

The Royal Institute of British Architects have revealed that the Whitworth Gallery will compete for the 2015 Stirling Prize

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Make Way for Lower Manhattan


This week, Manhattan's Community Board 1 (which represents residents in Lower Manhattan) passed a unanimous resolution in support of continuing a study spearheaded by BuroHappold Engineering that focuses on mobility issues in...

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Categories: United States

A Sustainability Framework With First Class Honours


Cambridge University’s brutalist icon, the David Attenborough Building, is being refurbished and reinvented into a collaborative and dynamic space.

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Categories: Higher education

Team announced to design a new bridge in central Copenhagen

08/07/2015 Written by Gill Sincock

BuroHappold is part of a team chosen to design a pedestrian and cycle bridge across Copenhagen’s Inner Harbour

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