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A Room for Music – Seiji Ozawa Hall

Seiji Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood, Lenox, Massachusetts William Rawn Associates, Architects, Inc. L. Lawrence Kirkegaard Associates, Acousticians Build a room for music—a simple request that had a simple solution but required a complicated journey to deliver. The outcome of this design project was a space created specifically for the enjoyment of music, but it evolved into much […]

State of Indiana Health Care Clinic: Mission Impossible

Mission:  Design, Build and outfit an 8,400 square foot medical clinic in only 14 ½ weeks. Agents:  Brenner Design, Keystone Construction and IU Health. Location:  State of Indiana Government Center, Lower Level. The project vendor, IU Health and its design-build team were selected early in 2014 by the Indiana Department of Administration (IDOA) as the […]

Which Craft? Craft Restaurant, New York City

Craft Restaurant, New York City, New York Bentel & Bentel, Architects/Planners, LLP Culinary craftsmanship is the chef’s ability to portray cooking as a craft, rather than an art. According to the design team the restaurant’s purpose is to “explore the full flavor of each artisanally raised ingredient on the seasonal menu, and serve these unadorned creations on separate plates […]

Oasis – Lutèce

Lutèce, Las Vegas, Nevada Morphosis A serene respite from the visually and audibly cacophonous interior of the Venetian Casino, Lutèce is a quiet, calm oasis in the Las Vegas casino environment. Building on the reputation of a successful sister establishment in New York City, the restaurant serves French cuisine in what is intended as a refuge for weary, hungry, […]

Architects, public discuss upgrading Memorial Home

Leaders of the community met Monday to talk about upgrading one of the city’s historic properties. Architects and local steering committee members addressed the Kiwanis and Rotary clubs to discuss the potential of renewing the Memorial Home as a community center. Brent Mather, of Brenner Design, led the informal meeting by gauging the public’s input […]