North Hall in the Press

Posted on October 11th, 2019 by Nicole Sakr

Posted under: Press

Recent press on North Hall:

The Architect’s Newspaper

Structure Magazine

Building Design + Construction

High Profile

New England Real Estate Journal

Providence Business News + Another Providence Business News

Construction Specifier

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North Hall mention in New York Times

Posted on October 4th, 2019 by Nicole Sakr

Posted under: _RISD NORTH HALL, Press

Frank Lowenstein, Brian Donahue and David Foster write for the New York Times on how CLT can help solve the climate crisis. RISD’s recently completed North Hall is cited as a case-study. Read the full article HERE.

“Across North America, trees stand ready to help us solve the climate crisis. Trees remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store it in their wood. One way to respond to a challenge from the United Nations secretary general, António Guterres, to seek “bold action and much greater ambition” on climate change is to protect forests from development, improve forest management and use sustainably harvested wood to build tall buildings. This will allow us to pump carbon from the atmosphere and store it both in forests and in cities. It will also support rural economies, improve wildlife habitat and create more affordable housing. This opportunity arises from cross-laminated timber, or CLT.”

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Daniels featured in Blueprint

Posted on September 29th, 2019 by Nicole Sakr

Posted under: _Daniels Building, Press

NADAAA’s Daniels Building is featured in this month’s Blueprint. Alex Bozikovic writes: “The late American architectural historian Vincent Scully believed that architecture should be a conversation between eras. Rarely does this metaphor play out with such drama as in the Daniels Building at the University of Toronto, where two very distinct architectural discourses run together on a prominent urban site. […] the very particularity of the building makes it a beautiful and distinctive place. It is architecture that aims to say something bold and complex, and in so doing adds to the conversation that is the city.”

View full article HERE.

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‘Landscape Will Thank You to Remember That’

Posted on September 12th, 2019 by Nicole Sakr

Posted under: _Power Picket, Press

David Heymann challenges the boundaries between and terminologies of architecture, public art, and landscape. Is NADAAA’s Power Picket public art or architecture? Read Heymann’s take HERE.

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Daniels Building in Yapi

Posted on September 5th, 2019 by Nicole Sakr

Posted under: _Daniels Building, Press

The Daniels Building at One Spadina is featured in this month’s issue of Turkish magazine Yapi! Read on HERE.

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TANDERRUM IN TRANSFER

Posted on July 31st, 2019 by Dara Lin

Posted under: _Tanderrum Bridge, Press

Transfer Global Architecture Platform features the Tanderrum Bridge by John Wardle Architects and NADAAA in collaboration with Oculus.

Video by Coco and Maximilian. Read more HERE.

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PEAKS AND GABLES

Posted on July 19th, 2019 by Dara Lin

Posted under: _Daniels Building, Press

Matthew Marrani describes in the Architect’s Newspaper how the Daniels Building uses modern material systems to reference the language of the Gothic heritage Knox College building.

Read more HERE.

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DANIELS IN BAUNETZ

Posted on July 15th, 2019 by Dara Lin

Posted under: _Daniels Building, Press

The Daniels Building was featured in German online publication Baunetz.

Read HERE.

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ARCHITECTURAL RECORD: “MIT’s Building Boom Brings New Slate of Major Architects to Campus”

Posted on July 5th, 2019 by Dara Lin

Posted under: _MIT Site 4, Press

“On the Kendall Square side [of MIT], a pair of towers currently under construction on Main Street will form the new ‘eastern gateway’ to the campus. One [Site 4], by Boston-based firm NADAAA, in collaboration with Perkins+Will as architect of record, is a 28-story, 454-unit graduate-student residence with daring cantilevers and views of the Charles River. The structure will also include retail, offices, a childcare center, a 200-seat forum for public events, and the new MIT admissions office.”

“[MIT’s current developments] are more contextual, more aligned to the institute’s goal of melding with its Cambridge surroundings, in an effort to promote healthier, more dynamic interaction between the institute and its neighbors.”

Site 4 construction will be completed in summer 2020! Read more HERE.

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NADAAA FEATURED IN B®ANDLIFE 2019

Posted on July 3rd, 2019 by Dara Lin

Posted under: Press

The Aesop Fillmore Store is featured in B®ANDLIFE’s Concept Stores & Pop-ups. This collection of over 60 retail encounters explores how graphic identities and interiors are used to translate a brand’s philosophy and purpose into tangible and memorable experiences.

Purchase online here.

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