Posts Tagged ‘Ohio’
Sunday, October 2nd, 2016
Article source: Robert Maschke Architects
Arcadian Food & Drink celebrates the dining experience as theater, setting a dynamic stage within an existing building where guest are both audience and cast. This adaptive reuse restaurant, located in Cleveland, Ohio’s recently revitalized Gordon Square Arts District, resides among several theaters, galleries, and local shops, helping to further activate the existing streetscape. Offering premium quality beverages and entrees, the Arcadian Food & Drink provides diners with a unique architectural experience.
Image Courtesy © Robert Maschke Architects
Wednesday, September 21st, 2016
Article source: Haver & Boecker
Façade cladding with HAVER Architectural Mesh
Designed by the architects from Bialosky Cleveland the lifestyle center Crocker Park located in Westlake, Ohio opened 2004. The center is essentially an outdoor mall with areas for recreation and socializing which is based on a small French town-type setting.
Meanwhile, on 2 million square feet the center comprises 650 residential units, 131 retail, 26 restaurants and various office facilities. Crocker Park attracts more than 16 million visitors a year to Westlake.
Image Courtesy © John G. Quinn
- Architects: Haver & Boecker
- Project: Crocker Park Parking Garage K
- Location: Westlake, Ohio, United States of America
- Photography: John G. Quinn
- Architectural Mesh: EGLA-MONO 4631
- Architect: Bialosky Cleveland
Thursday, March 17th, 2016
Article source: SKIDMORE, OWINGS & MERRILL LLP
The Christ Hospital Joint and Spine Center, opened in September 2015, is a new model for integrated, patient-centered orthopedic care. Growing out of an SOM master plan for the hospital’s Cincinnati campus, the 381,000-square-foot, seven-story facility houses approximately 90 inpatient rooms and 12 surgical suites. The building is filled with natural light and flexible semi-public spaces offer a place of respite for caregivers and families. Patient rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows and are organized and furnished to provide a soothing environment to patients and their families. Decentralized nursing desks, located next to patient rooms, place caregivers closer to those they serve and keep the patient floor quiet by dispersing activity.
Image Courtesy © Tom Rossiter
- Architects: SKIDMORE, OWINGS & MERRILL LLP
- Project: THE CHRIST HOSPITAL JOINT AND SPINE CENTER
- Location: Cincinnati, Ohio, US
- Photography: Tom Rossiter
- Client: The Christ Hospital Health Network
- Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP(design architect, interior design, structural + civil engineering, environmental graphics, sustainability strategy)
- Champlin Architecture (local architect)
- Fosdick &Hilmer (local consulting engineer)
- THP Limited Inc. (local structural engineer)
- The KleingersGroup (local civil engineer)
- The Office of James Burnett (landscape architect)
- Messer Construction Co. (construction contractor)
- Site Area: 1,500,000 sf
- Project Area: 381,000 sf
- Number of Stories: 10
- Building Height: 160ft
- Project Completion: September 2015
Sunday, January 17th, 2016
Article source: Heather West
The 142-year-old Stewart Alternative Elementary School in Columbus, Ohio, has been transformed into a vibrant, modern center of learning for area students. Reopened in January 2015, the renovated and expanded school features high-performance Wausau Window and Wall Systems’ windows with access doors and between-glass blinds that enhance the building’s historic aesthetic. Wausau’s products also support the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC’s) LEED® for Schools Silver certification, which the school received in August 2015.
Image Courtesy © Hardlines Design Company
Thursday, November 26th, 2015
Article source: DesignGroup
Under the design leadership of DesignGroup principal Michael Bongiorno, AIA, the museum design team has developed a bold and novel design strategy. DesignGroup asked provocative questions of CMA about both the relationship of the museum to contemporary culture and the museum’s physical relationship to the city and its citizens. From those questions, the design evolved out of our deep understanding of the particularities of the site, the imperatives of the programmatic relationships, and the redefinition of the museum’s relationship to its physical and social context. The building design, then, is a reflection of the museum’s ambition to be more visible, relevant, and connected to the community as a meeting point between art, the public and the physical city.
View of Columbus Museum of Art’s new Margaret M. Walter Wing with the Museum’s historic Richard M. and Elizabeth M. Ross Building, Image Courtesy © Brad Feinknopf
- Architects: DesignGroup
- Project: Columbus Museum of Art Expansion and Renovation
- Location: Columbus, Ohio, United States
- Photography: Brad Feinknopf
Sunday, February 2nd, 2014
Article source: Robert Maschke Architects
C-House is one of three urban villas comprising the Residences of King’s Hill, a unique residential development located on Cleveland’s near west side. Despite being situated within the urban context of the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood, this “virgin” site provides an idyllic enclave within a park-like setting, adjacent to the site’s eastern and southern boundaries. Uninterrupted views of Lake Erie, Cleveland’s downtown and industrial flats, as well as the site’s proximity to a busy vehicular thoroughfare reconnect the site to its urban environment.
Image Courtesy © Eric Hanson, Hanson Photographic
- Architects: Robert Maschke Architects
- Project: C-house
- Location: Cleveland, Ohio
- Photography: Eric Hanson, Hanson Photographic
- Software used: AutoCAD and SketchUp
- Client Name: Xiao Yan
- Size: 3,761sf
- Construction Cost: Withheld at owner’s request
- Year of completion: 2008
- Project Team: Robert Maschke, FAIA, Marc Manack, AIA, Charlie Able, Charles Chambers, Matt Lindsay, Katarina Striezova, Kurt Weaver, AIA
- Structural Engineer: I.A. Lewin, P.E. and Associates
- Landscape Architect and Civil Engineer: Environmental Design Group
- MEP Engineer: Denk Associates, Inc.
Friday, September 20th, 2013
Article source: SILO AR+D
North Presbyterian Church houses a unique congregation in urban Cleveland. With dwindling or relocated congregations, urban churches from a variety of denominations (including Presbyterian) are being closed and decommissioned at a staggering rate within Cleveland’s urban core. With a congregation from diverse socioeconomic and spiritual backgrounds, North Church has fought to continue its ministry within the blighted neighborhood it calls home.
Image Courtesy © Pease Photography
- Architects: SILO AR+D
- Project: NORTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
- Location: Cleveland, Ohio, USA
- Photography: Pease Photography
- DESIGN TEAM: Marc Manack AIA, Principal; Kurt Weaver AIA, Project Architect; Charles Chambers LEED AP, Project Designer
- AREA: 4900 SF (455 SQM)
- PROJECT COMPLETION DATE: March 2013
Sunday, September 15th, 2013
Article source: UpSpring PR
Q: What would be three words to describe the look/design of this location of Yard House?
A: Open Industrial Chic
Q: What was the space prior to becoming Yard House, The Banks?
A: A field of grass
Q: When did the restaurant officially open?
A: April 2013
Image Courtesy © MBH Architects
- Architects: MBH Architects
- Project: Yard House, The Banks
- Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
Wednesday, May 1st, 2013
Article source: Rosales + Partners
The new Brent Spence Bridge will cross the Ohio River next to downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. The new interstate will accommodate multiple lanes for both I-71 and I-75 and will be vital to long-distance state and national commerce.
Image Courtesy Rosales + Partners
- Architects: Rosales + Partners
- Project: Brent Spence Bridge Replacement
- Location: Cincinnati, Ohio ,USA
- Type: Cable Supported Bridge
- Cost: $650 Million (estimated)
- Completion Date: 2020
Wednesday, July 11th, 2012
Article source: Bentley Systems, Incorporated
The Portico Group (Seattle, Wash.), the lead architect on the Toledo (Ohio) Zoo Elephant Exhibit Renovation Project, contracted with the JDI Group of Holland, Ohio, to engineer the structural elements for an elephant shade structure. The man-made tree not only had to withstand wind forces and snow loading, but also the impact of a full-grown bull elephant ramming the trunk.
Toledo Zoo Elephant Exhibit