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Sep 26, 2018
Skyscape Atlanta, Courtland Street / Ralph McGill Boulevard Bridge, Downtown Atlanta
Architects: Ricardo Zurita Architecture and Planning
Skyscape Atlanta, Georgia building design
image courtesy of architects
Skyscape Atlanta
This city has long been considered a horizontal landscape of autonomous neighborhoods distributed over a large metropolitan area. The central core of the city is experienced by many via Interstate 75/85.

Feb 23, 2018
Atlanta Design Festival 2018
Atlanta Design Festival 2018 Event
image courtesy of architects
Atlanta Design Festival 2018
Atlanta Design Festival, organised by MA!, will be returning for the twelfth year to the city of Atlanta, Georgia from 26th May to 3rd June 2018 with a new Midtown location for its Design Economy Expo and talks programme.

Aug 10, 2017
Mercedes-Benz Stadium Building Atlanta
Design: HOK
Mercedes-Benz Stadium Building Atlanta Georgia
image Courtesy of architects

Mercedes-Benz Stadium by HOK
The Mercedes-Benz Stadium is due to open on August 26 with the first game by Atlanta Falcons in their new home. The arena is also the new home ground for the Atlanta United soccer team. The signature feature is the retractable roof. It opens and closes with eight ‘petals’ covered in ETFE pillows.

Sep 30, 2016
Buckhead Park Over GA400, Atlanta
Design: ROGERS PARTNERS Architects+Urban Designers with Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects
Buckhead Park Over GA400
rendering courtesy Rogers Partners / Nelson Byrd Woltz

Buckhead Park Over GA400, Atlanta – Sep 30, 2016

Jan 14, 2015
Bolton Dining Commons at University of Georgia, Athens
Design: Bruner/Cott Architects and Planners
Bolton Dining Commons at University of Georgia
photograph : Richard Mandelkorn

Bolton Dining Commons at University of Georgia

page updated Sep 30, 2016
Centre for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta
Design: David Rockwell, Architect
Centre for Civil and Human Rights Atlanta
photograph © Albert Vecerka-Esto & Rockwell Group

Centre for Civil and Human Rights, Atlanta
Centre of Civil and Human Rights is a new purpose built museum in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, that tells the parallel stories of both the Civil Rights movement in the USA and also the global story of the Human Rights.

Sway at The Hyatt Regency Atlanta, Georgia – Sep 16, 2013
Design: CCS Architecture
Hyatt Regency Atlanta
photo from architects

CCS designed the new restaurant, lobby bar, and cafe within the hotel. Sway is a large all-day restaurant, designed with an exhibition kitchen, wine bar and private dining room. In the spirit of the mid-century legacy of the building, the design is modern, clean and timeless.

Downtown Art Gallery Atlanta
Design: Stanley Beaman & Sears
Atlanta Art Gallery Building
picture from architects

Downtown Art Gallery Atlanta – 23 Aug 2012
SBS Architecture recently won a design competition for a new downtown gallery for the City of Atlanta and Office of Cultural Affairs. Atlanta – The City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs is pleased to announce Stanley, Beaman & Sears as the winner of the 2012 creative design competition RE-DESIGN. This competition invited architectural firms to re-imagine a 3000 sf lobby space at 72 Marietta Street, formerly home to the Atlanta Journal Constitution. The new function of this space will serve the City of Atlanta as a contemporary gallery, hosting local, national and international works of art on view for the public.

Atlanta History Center
Stanley Beaman & Sears
Atlanta History Center
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Atlanta History Center – 18 Jan 2012
The story of the phoenix is a well-worn metaphor for the history of Atlanta. Reborn from its own ashes, the mythological bird symbolizes reinvention, difficulties and breakthroughs, a resurgent spirit and a shining unwritten future full of hope. Likewise, the newly designed Atlanta History Center must be reconceived to capture and reflect the uplifting energy coursing through the city. The diversity and spirit of Atlanta can no longer be reflected by a series of linear, static, black box galleries and dusty displays. In short, the time for the Atlanta History Center is not the past – the time is right now.

Recent Georgia Building Design

Porsche Headquarters, Atlanta
HOK
Porsche Headquarters Atlanta
picture : HOK

Porsche Headquarters Georgia
HOK has been selected to design Porsche Cars North America’s new headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, following an intense design competition. This innovative development includes a contemporary workplace, a Technical Service and Training Center, and a Customer and Driver Experience Center with an integrated road handling track. The nearly 200,000-square-foot complex will accommodate up to 400 employees under one roof on a high-profile, 26-acre Aerotropolis site near the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

Georgian Architecture

Major Georgia Building Projects, alphabetical:

Atlanta Symphony Center, Atlanta

Santiago Calatrava Architects

Atlanta Arch
2008
Hugh Petter of Robert Adam Architects to work with Rodney Cook, Jr. ; Lady Henrietta Spencer-Churchill
Atlanta Arch Building
photo from architect

Atlanta Arch

Center for Civil & Human Rights Competition – CCHR, Downtown Atlanta
2009-
Shortlist:
Diller Scofidio + Renfro with Stanley Beaman & Sears
Freelon Group with HOK
Huff + Gooden Architects LLC with Hammel Green and Abrahamson
Moody•Nolan with Antoine Predock Architect PC & Goode Van Slyke
Polshek Partnership Architects with Cooper Carry & Stanley Love-Stanley PC

Cinema, Duluth
1995
Richard Rauh & Associates

High Museum of Art, Atlanta
1980-83
Richard Meier Architects

High Museum of Art Expansion, Atlanta
2006
Renzo Piano Architects

Marriott Marquis, Atlanta
2007
Thompson, Ventulett, Stainback & Associates : TVS / TVS Interiors

One Museum Place, Peachtree St, midtown Atlanta
2006-10
David Chipperfield Architects
$70m approx. 37,000 sqm
mixed-use building: contemporary art gallery, approx. 80 luxury condominiums, private dining club, retail

Slice House, Atlanta
2007
Studio ST Architects
Slice House
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Georgia house

Telfair Museum of Art, Savannah

Moshe Safdie Architects

Wieland Pavilion, Woodruff Arts Center, midtown Atlanta

David Chipperfield Architects
Contemporary art gallery

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