Keystone Edge, an online publication focused on the people, places and companies driving the state of Pennsylvania forward, recently released a list of the Top 5 Coolest Green Buildings in the state and included the Gettysburg College Center for Athletics, Recreation and Fitness. Four of the buildings – two office buildings, a private residence and [...]
Four Cannon Design projects have been selected as winners in the 11th annual Innovative Architecture & Design Awards competition. The jury selected Missouri State University, Bill R. Foster and Family Recreation Center, Georgia College & State University, Student Wellness & Recreation Center, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, Student Recreation Center and Sidwell Friends School [...]
The Buffalo Bisons, a AAA affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays playing out of the International League, recently began work with Cannon Design’s Technology Services Group to design a replacement sound system for Coca Cola Field. The firm’s Facility Optimization Services group identified the failing 25-year-old system as one in need of replacement. The single-point [...]
The Lansdowne Park project in Ottawa is being presented and featured at this week’s 2013 Sports Facilities & Franchises and Ticketing Symposium in Brooklyn this week. The presentation, “From The Ground Up: The Vision and Execution of Ottawa’s Sports City,” is being delivered by Bernie Ashe, CEO, Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group, John Clifford, Principal, [...]
Best College Reviews ranked the 25 Most Amazing Campus Student Recreation Centers. Our firm has designed five of the 25 which is impressive when you consider the number of campuses and projects in the country each year and all those buildings that stand the test of time. The University of Maine Student Recreation and Fitness [...]
Effectively doubling the size of the existing facility, the University of Minnesota’s 145,000 sf addition preserves the prominence of the adjacent McNamara Alumni Center and Scholars Walk and maintains continuity with the larger campus through an exterior palette of brick, glass, and limestone. A portion of the building “floats” above a prominent public plaza where [...]
A recent story from the Colorado Springs Gazette has identified the Air Force Academy’s Holaday Athletic Center as a key player in the team’s starting quarterback competition between Kale Pearson and Jaleel Awini. The 87,000 sf facility features a full-size field and 65’ ceilings, enabling the team to practice its offense, defense and kicking game [...]
To accommodate increased demand, Dickinson has undertaken a multi-phased renovation and expansion of their existing athletic center that will add fitness space, workout studios, squash courts, athletic offices, a basketball arena, new locker rooms and a natatorium. Although the Squash and Fitness Center uses a conceptually similar structural system to the existing athletic facility, its [...]
Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Sports and Recreation Center presents highly visible faces to both the institution and the surrounding community. A 30-foot drop across the site allows the gymnasium’s large volume to be buried within the hillside, resulting in a dramatic five-story façade on Alumni Field and an appropriately scaled two-story brick massing on the campus [...]
Our team recently completed a major update to a 30-year-old pool at the University of Rochester. The updates and enhancements will ensure the pool meets student needs for decades to come. The images turned out quite lovely and we wanted to share.
A recent Fast Company article showcases an innovative new effort from the National Fitness Campaign (NFC) to make gym space and fitness available to everyone. The NFC has partnered with NewDealDesign to create a low-cost, open-air space that is constructed in factories and then delivered to communities. Communities can request a free court and locals [...]
Stadia, a premier sports architecture magazine designed to bring together the views and ideas of leading experts around the world in the area of sports-venue design, operations and technologies has featured Lansdowne Park in its recent issue. Lansdowne Park is a historic sports, exhibition and entertainment facility in Ottawa’s urban center. An integral part of [...]
Architecture runs in Reed Voorhees’ blood. That’s what you’ll learn if you take a few moments to read his recent interview posted by STLToday. The post talks about how Voorhees is the great-grandson of William Ittner, the architect whose school designs influenced generations of builders. Voorhees was close to his grandfather, William Ittner, Jr., who [...]
Susan Welker, AIA - 18 May 2013
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Yen Cao - 15 May 2013
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