The Parrish Museum

Located in the charming Village of Water Mill in the heart of Long Island’s East End, The Parrish Museum is an expansive 40,000ft2 building nestled within a wider 14 acre site. The design concept behind the new complex represented a unique integration of architecture and landscape, producing a museum that both respects and reflects the natural beauty and rich artistic legacy of the area.

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Categories: Culture, United States

Google Unter Den Linden

In September 2012 Google, the leading worldwide search engine, decided to settle in the heart of Berlin. The space they acquired was just a basic shell, which they wanted to transform into a high specification office facility that included open plan workstations, AV and phone booths, meeting and conference rooms, shower and toilet amenities, and provision of a kitchen. 

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Categories: Commercial office, Germany

Columbia University Graduate School of Business

The new 460,000 ft2 Graduate School of Business forms a vital part of the redevelopment and revitalization of West Harlem. 

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Categories: United States

Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center

Serving as a hub for the future of California’s high-speed rail network and other regional transit lines; with supporting retail, restaurants, and passenger services, the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center is a major new iconic transportation center in Anaheim, CA. Collaborating with HOK Architects and Parsons Brinkerhoff, BuroHappold is providing mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineering, complete enclosure and façade rationalization, design and engineering, BIM modeling, energy modeling, and sustainability/LEED consulting services. 

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Categories: Rail, Transport, United States

Al Ha’ir Lakes

Al Ha’ir Lakes is the fifth and final zone of Wadi Hanifah. Located 25km downstream of Riyadh, Al Ha’ir is at the end of the wadi catchment and receives the greatest amount of water flow in the Wadi. Working with the client, we identified the Lakes District site as a valuable open space resource for the Saudi Arabian capital, Riyadh.

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Categories: Saudi Arabia

Jamaica Bay

Perched on the eastern edge of New York City, the Jamaica Bay parklands cover more than 10,000 acres of land surrounding one of the most bio-diverse urban estuaries on the Atlantic seaboard. Historically, sections of the parklands have been separately owned and managed by the federal National Park Service (NPS) and the city Department of Parks, with limited collaboration in land management and provision of services.

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Categories: Civic, Waste, Water, United States

Detroit Works Project

Detroit’s economic and population decline, driven by changes in the US auto and wider manufacturing industry, is a globally recognized story - as are the social, employment and urban consequences for those who remain in the city.

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Categories: United States

Ad’Diriyah Comprehensive Development Plan

Ad’Diriyah represents a series of stunning historic oasis settlements situated in Wadi Hanifah, itself an area of outstanding natural beauty, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s capital city, Riyadh. The site is both the location for the founding of modern Saudi Arabia as well as the birth of the Wahab school of Islam (the “Oneness Movement”).

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Categories: Civic, Culture, Transport, Waste, Water, Saudi Arabia

Al Hada City Development Framework

Al Hada enjoyed a reputation as one of Saudi Arabia’s premier tourist destinations. Located on the edge of the dramatic Hirithi escarpment, the town’s elevation provides a cooler climate enabling Saudis to benefit from a more outdoor lifestyle during summer months.

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Categories: Culture, United Kingdom

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