It has been a tragic and difficult week for the City of Boston. With one of our main offices located in Boston, the echoes of this week’s events have resonated throughout Cannon Design. Several people in our Boston office encouraged the entire firm to “Wear Boston” today (sports teams jerseys, shirts with the city’s symbols, [...]
The Gates Vascular Institute/SUNY at Buffalo Clinical Translational Research Center is showcased on Healthcare Design’s online gallery page—featuring a narrative from the publication’s editor-in-chief, and a photo tour of the facility. And, speaking of tours, you could say that the GVI/CTRC has been a tour de force of sorts. By definition, the phrase is defined [...]
At a special Celebration of Architecture and Design ceremony held on October 12 in St. Louis, as part of the Society of American Registered Architects’ National Conference, members from Cannon Design’s St. Lois office stepped up to the podium to accept awards for three of the firm’s winning designs for healthcare. In the International category, Tata [...]
The Chicago office is celebrating the move to its new location by getting out into the neighborhood to sketch. With our proximity to Chicago architectural icons such as Millennium Park, the Tribune Tower, Marina City, and Aqua Tower, there is no shortage of inspiring views with which to hone our skills. Lunchtime sketch sessions are [...]
Over the past month, the Corporate Commercial Interiors team hosted three client events to showcase Cannon Design’s new Chicago office and discuss workplace strategy. The goal was to create a strong discussion on workplace strategy, its importance and how it will impact us in the future. Everyone involved shared ideas and talked about effective efforts [...]
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Cannon Design’s George Nikolajevich was featured on St. Louis’ KSDK news recently as he discusses the firm’s work with the St. Louis Central Library renovation project. Nikolajevich discusses the project’s important history, unique challenges and current efforts to renovate and restore it. The video is embedded below. Since the video is an embed from KSDK, [...]
The Richmond Olympic Oval, the iconic speed-skating rink during the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games and now a thriving legacy facility featuring community recreation and meeting space, has been nominated for the Canadian Institute of Planners Great Places in Canada contest. People can visit this link to vote for the Richmond Olympic Oval between now [...]
(left to right – Anand Seth, Rick Kuhn and Andre Aoun accept the BSA Honor Award for Unbuilt Architecture) At award ceremonies held in Boston on January 26, King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, took home one of the Boston Society of Architect’s (BSA) most prestigious and competitive awards—The BSA [...]
South Korea is well known for its natural beauty—with breathtaking mountain scenery and a spectacular coastline. It’s not a surprise then, that there are dozens of national parks throughout the country, as well as countless opportunities for outdoor sports and recreation. With a terrain that lends itself perfectly to the game of golf, more and [...]
With more than 20 years of experience as an internationally recognized healthcare leader in the fields of facility planning and design, Deb directs Cannon Design’s Chicago healthcare practice and is one the firm’s national practice leaders. She has developed prototype hospitals for US AID, built to provide healthcare access in remote regions of Afghanistan and [...]
In this year’s Architectural Showcase issue of Healthcare Design, UC San Diego Health System, Jacobs Medical Center; Northwest Community Hospital, South Pavilion and the Global Heart and Vascular Institute and Clinical Translational Research Center, are among the 100 peer-reviewed projects highlighted. Featuring firms from across North America, the selected projects reflect the most current trends [...]
Cannon Design’s Instituto Nacional de Cancer (INCA)—destined to be one of the largest hospital design projects in South America—was recently recognized by Brazil’s Grande Premio de Arquitetura Corporativa with a Master Award. Building on this significant honor, Mike Pukszta, Project Principal for INCA , and George Nikolajevich, Project Designer for the program, continue the [...]
Cannon Design’s Trung Le has shared a new post on Fast Company’s design blog focused on The Third Teacher and its research into the importance of design in education. Titled, “How School Buildings Can Connect Students To The Environment,” Le delves into how schools can “create places that convey a new narrative and a connection [...]
Congratulations to the ORNL team for securing first place in this year’s Regional ASHRAE Technology Awards for its work on the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee. Today’s St. Louis Post Dispatch has an article about the award. It is great to see our high-quality engineering work earning recognition from our peers. Now, the project [...]
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Iryna - 28 May 2013
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Susan Welker, AIA - 18 May 2013
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