The American Institute of Architects-St. Louis has recognized the Gateway Arch Museum with an Honor Award in the Architecture category. Principal Joel Fuoss, AIA, received the award on behalf of the design team at the annual AIA St. Louis Design Awards, held on September 27th.
JCDA working with executive architect Cooper Robertson and Associate Architect, Trivers designed the new expansion of the museum which re-opened on July 3rd. The Museum was the centerpiece of the $380 million of the Arch grounds revitalization led by landscape firm Michael Van Valkenburgh to help to transform downtown St. Louis and its connection to the riverfront. The effort, one of the largest P3 endeavors in the country, was spearheaded by the Gateway Arch Park Foundation www.archpark.org, led by Eric Moraczewski and Director of Construction Anna Leavey.
Salesforce Transit Center, Grand Hall, 425 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA
A ribbon cutting and day of celebration launches the new Museum at the Gateway Arch.
The film will be shown in London, Berlin, New York, Paris and Milan between 28 Sep to 19 Oct 2017. The screenings are by-invite only, but DVDs will be available from November 2017.
The event is at 6:30pm at the Shanghai Tower, Exhibition Floor, 501 Yincheng Middle Rd, LuJiaZui, Pudong Xinqu, Shanghai Shi, China, 200000
“Light in the Public Realm” will explore James Carpenter’s focus upon the phenomenological qualities of light as a central organizing principle of the public realm.
James Carpenter lecture at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, Tuesday January 17 at 3pm
20 Martin Place has be recognized by Master Builders Australia with several awards, including the National President’s Award and National Environment and Energy Efficiency Commercial Building Award.
James Carpenter writes briefly on the subject of glass in the built environment
Unanimously and without hesitation, the 2016 GSA Design Awards jurors agreed that Suspended Light Pillars beautifully integrates art and architecture.
Construction is advancing on the museum addition and new entry
The Glass Art Society will award James Carpenter with the 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award on June 9th at its yearly conference, which this year will be in Corning, NY.
James Carpenter has authored a chapter for the Routledge Companion for Architecture Design and Practice.
Architect Newspaper honors significant projects in a range of categories. The Sky Reflector-Net received an Honorable Mention.
As part of the Fulton Center, the Sky Reflector-Net won the transport category of the WAF.
James Carpenter Design Associates “Sky Reflector-Net” is the winner of the mondo*arc ‘darc awards’ Best Large Scale Interior Lighting Project.
James Carpenter was today inducted into the National Academy in recognition of his pioneering work at the intersection of art, architecture, and design.
Acting as the lead creative partner on projects ranging from new buildings to signature design features in existing structures, JCDA is taking on projects of increasingly significant size and complexity, ranging from a museum expansion in Denmark to a mixed-use office and retail complex adjacent to Manhattan’s High Line.
On October 18th, James Carpenter led a one day workshop at Brooklyn’s Urban Glass. Titled “Light Beyond Transparency”, the workshop explored glass as a foundational approach to integrating light in the public realm.
Sky Reflector-Net at Fulton Center is a finalist for Fast Company’s 2015 Innovation by Design Awards, selected from over 1,500 projects from around the world.
Two of JCDA’s latest university projects are about to reach completion. Next month marks the opening of the University of Chicago’s new research center, followed by JCDA with Architecture Operations D.P.C's renovation of Duke University’s student center and West campus walkway, opening in December.
JCDA will lead the expansion of the Bornholms Kunstmuseum in Rønne, Denmark, including a new “Light Museum,” a gallery for site-specific works by artists whose practice incorporates natural light.