News by tag: James Corner Field Operations

ASLA-NY 2017 Design Awards

Headlines17. March 2017
By: John Hill
James Corner Field Operations: Navy Pier South Dock and Polk Bros. Plaza (Photo courtesy of ASLANY
The American Society of Landscape Architects, New York has annouced the honor and merit winners in its 2017 Design Awards.
Chicago Riverwalk (Photo: Kate Joyce Studios)
Following the success of the multi-phase Chicago Riverwalk designed by Ross Barney Architects, Mayor Rahm Emanuel has announced the Chicago Urban River Edges Ideas Lab, which "will engage architectural firms to explore ideas for the development of Chicago's public river edges."

Summer 'Icebergs' in DC

Found 5. July 2016
By: John Hill
ICEBERGS at the National Building Museum, by James Corner Field Operations. (Photo: Timothy Schenck)
Over the weekend the National Building Museum (NBM) in Washington, DC, opened ICEBERGS, an installation designed by James Corner Field Operations for the museum's huge Great Hall.
Existing park (Photo: Courtesy of Pershing Square Renew)
Four design teams have been selected in the Pershing Square Renew Design Competition, with the winner replacing the little-used, much-hated public space in Downtown Los Angeles designed in the 1990s by Ricardo Legorreta and Laurie Olin.

James Corner's Summer ICEBERGS

Headlines 9. March 2016
By: John Hill
Image courtesy of National Building Museum
The National Building Museum (NBM) in Washington, DC, has unveiled ICEBERGS, James Corner Field Operations' installation that will occupy the museum's huge Great Hall this summer.

Cornell Tech Moves Forward

Headlines19. June 2015
By: John Hill
The Bridge at Cornell NYC Tech (Image: Weiss/Manfredi)
The Bridge at Cornell NYC Tech, designed by Weiss/Manfredi, breaks ground and the world's first Passive House high-rise, designed by Handel Architects, is unveiled, as Cornell moves forward with its new campus on Roosevelt Island in New York.
Every month brings news of another city trying to create its own version of Manhattan's wildly successful High Line. Most recent is Miami's Underline, which has hired High Line landscape architect James Corner to plan a 10-mile "mobility corridor."
Image: James Corner Field Operations
The Presidio Trust has announced that James Corner Field Operations has been selected from among five finalists to design thirteen acres of new parkland overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.
Field Operations' models of precast paver layouts for the High Line. Photo: John Hill/World-Architects
World-Architects recently visited the Manhattan office of James Corner Field Operations to get a tour of their office space, speak with Mr. Corner about the firm's philosophy, and see where the landscape architecture and urban design firm is heading.