Emerging Professional Exhibit 2020
Climate action is a critically urgent topic for our society and architects are well-positioned for influence and impact change. Through the Power of Design, sustainability and resilience can bring social, economic, and ecological value to the built environment. Projects this year range from installations, built projects, to games all-encompassing this year's theme Environmental Excellence.
MeadWorks - Hydrology, Ecology, Mead, and Architecture
This thesis project redefines the relationship between communities and water infrastructure through a scalable and adaptable hybrid architectural solution.
The Nest: Revitalize + Protect + Inform
The Nest is an educational center that teaches resiliency and sustainability by integrating architecture with natural passive design strategies.
An exploration of a new cradle-to-cradle urban typology – a floating community of inverted towers that emerge from the ocean.
The Green Gap
The Green Gap offers a solution to connect the residents: to the city, to the site, and to each other.
Parque O2 is the latest installation of the FUNdaMENTAL Design Build Initiative.
Learnscape is an outdoor learning environment designed entirely by our Emerging Professionals, then built and donated by Hollis + Miller Architect’s employees.
Euclid Waterfront Improvements Plan - Phase II
The Euclid Waterfront Improvements Plan established a $30 million unprecedented vision to increase public access to Northeast Ohio's greatest natural asset.
Manchester Riverfront Park & Pavilion
This project re-examines part of a rural community's downtown core that lies within the flood plain.
A Tubular Park[ing] Day
Our parklet design began by mapping a parametric approach that would directly react and enhance the surrounding context and needs of the space.
Hurricane Resilient Healthcare
Environmental excellence in healthcare design means starting with a shift perspective on value..
Parking Deck 101: A study in the Urban Infill
Parking Deck 101: A Study in Urban Infill is a project that takes an in-depth look at how to reimagine the single-use urban parking deck.
The Game of Rent
The Game of Rent is a board game-style teaching tool to help communities engage in more productive conversations about affordable housing.
Reston's Office Building of the Future
OB4 is a 14- story mixed-use project that anchors a larger two-block suburban to urban transformation as an extension of Reston Station.
Greenscape is a public venue that promotes and highlights sustainability for the University of Maryland and the community as a whole.
AIA Richmond called for impactful, practical, and lasting environmental solutions that benefit the community through recently completed transit infrastructure.
Shelter Shift is a pair of bus shelters on the rural connector highways of Athens, Georgia.
Second Chance Wildlife Education Center
Second Chances Wildlife Education Center rescues an old barn and rehabilitates the structure to provide environmental education to the community.
Mulberry Jam Parklet
Harnessing the existing vibrancy and passion of the neighbors on the small street, a parklet was designed to be flexible, cared for, and welcoming.
Menno Haven Rehabilitation Center
As the first WELL-certified skilled nursing building in the world, this center is setting a standard for the future of skilled nursing care.
265 West 45th Street
Located on an extremely constricted site, this tower provides ergonomic, sustainable offices for multi-floor corporate tenants.
Andres Garcia Lachner