GSK has been transforming its workspace throughout the world, and evolving and enhancing the collaborative model with each project. The Navy Yard is the first office built and designed from the ground up to meet GSK’s needs for a flexible, interactive, healthy, and productive workspace.
Design: Frank Gehry architect
The Core Project will create a significant amount of new public space within the footprint of the landmark building and add 23,000 sqft of new gallery space for the display of the collection.
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Design: Team SHoP + West 8 Urban Design & Landscape Architecture
Drexel University and Brandywine Realty Trust announced their partnership and unveiled plans for Philadelphia’s Schuylkill Yards, a 14-acre master planned community.
Design: Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects
The 12-story building will be the nation’s most advanced center for pediatric outpatient care. It has been designed to reduce stress on visiting families.
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Diamond Schmitt Architects has received the Interior Green Wall Award of Excellence at the 2013 CitiesAlive Conference for an innovative campus building at Drexel University in Philadelphia. NEDLAW Living Walls is co-recipient of the honour that recognizes the advancement of sustainable design.
The design of the new building had to satisfy two conditions: firstly, it had to integrate harmoniously into the existing building development, and, secondly, the client wanted the architects to reflect the research focal points of the APPC – communication, media, and public order. In short, the building was to appear transparent and open.
The NMAJH, a Smithsonian Affiliate, relocated from the 15,000-sqft building it had occupied since its opening in 1976 to its new 100,000-sqft,five-story building on Independence Mall at the corner of Fifth and Market Streets. Designed by architect James Polshek of Ennead Architects.
The Philadelphia Holocaust Remembrance Foundation (PHRF) today announced plans for its Center for Human Rights Education. PHRF has secured a long-term lease/sublease for the 10,000 square foot parcel of land at 16th and Benjamin Franklin Parkway, which is the site of North America’s first Holocaust Monument.