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Main Office: Philadelphia, PA
Federal Reserve Bank Building
100 N. 6th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106-1590
215.923.2020 Tel

Additional offices located in Irvine, Ca; New York, NY; and Washington, D.C. Additonal office addresses can be found here.

Interior Design
Digital Media Group
Lighting Design

In 1958, Alexander Ewing, at the time working for his father’s firm, joined with the in house architect Stanley Cole in order to design the expansion of the Rohm and Haas offices in Philadelphia. Although initially the design ran into trouble due to the site’s inability to accomadate the needs of the company, Ewing and Cole managed to switch the location to a new site on Independence Mall, not far from the Liberty Bell. The resulting design recieved countless praise from the city due to it’s ability to expand while maintaining respect fro the park as well as the surrounding historic buildings.
In 1961 the firm was officially established as Alexander Ewing & Associates, with their headquartes in Philadelphia. Over the years the firm has taken on many partners including Michael P. Erdman, Joseph P. Eubank, Robert Cherry, and Robert Parsky, all the time changing the name of the company to their credit. But in 2003, following the death of partner Paul Brott and the departure of Bob Cherry, the firm took on the new name of EwingCole.


New Meadowlands Stadium- East Rutherford, NJ

Singapore Turf Club- Kranji, Singapore

Drexel University Recreation Center- Philadelphia, PA

University of PA Quadrangle Residences- Philadelphia, PA

Smithsonian Institution, NMNH Learning Center- Washington, D.C.

All information and photos were found from the EwingCole website. Additional information can be found on the company’s website, here.


Written by Will Clinton

January 20, 2012 at 6:35 pm

Posted in Architects, Engineers

Fentress Architects

Main Office: Denver, CO.
421 Broadway
Denver, CO 80203 USA
303.722.5000 Tel

Fentress Architects also has offices in Los Angeles, CA; Washington D.C.; San Jose, CA; and London, U.K. Additional office addresses can be found here.

Architecture, with a focus on sustainable design

“Some architects hace a preconceived notion of what a building should be– they design from the outside like the building is a piece of sculpture. I prefer to patiently search through extensive discovery until I find a seam somewhere, crack it open and discover the art inside.”

                                                                                                            — Curtis Fentress, FAIA, RIBA

Fentress Architects was founded by Curtis Fentress in 1980, with the intent of creating public architecture with iconic appeal. The company ranks in the Top 10 Green Design Firms, and has been consistently honored with awards for innovation in sustainable design, as well as numerous LEED certifications. Structures such as the Denver International Airport, which was voted the “Best Airport in North America” by Business Traveler Magazine for six years straight, illustrate Fentress’ ability to make both visually stunning as well as environmentally concious buildings. The company now has just over 155 employees across all of their offices.


Denver International Airport- Denver, CO

Mineta San Jose’ International Airport- San Jose’, CA

Colorado Convention Center- Denver, CO

1991 Braodway- Greenwood Village, CO

Sacramento City Hall Building- Sacramento, CA

All information and photos were found on the Fentress Architect’s website. Additional information can be found on the company’s website, here.

Written by Will Clinton

January 18, 2012 at 8:19 pm

Posted in Architects

Zimmer Gunsul Frasca (ZGF) Architects

Main Office: Portland, OR
1223 SW Washington Street, #200
Portland, OR 97205
(503) 224-3860

ZGF has roughly 460 employees located across their offices.
Additional offices also located in Seattle, WA; Los Angeles, CA; Washington, D.C.; and New York, NY. Additional office locations can be found here.

Interior Design
Urban Design
Landscape Design

The company was founded in 1942 under the name of Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Partnership. Now operating with five American offices around the country, as of 2002 ZGF had become one of the ten largest architecture firms in the United States. The complay has begun to transition into using Autodesk Revit for the bulk of their projects.


IDX Tower (Fourth and Madison Tower)- Seattle, WA

John E. Jaqua Academic Center for Student Athletes- Eugene, OR

University of California Davis Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine & Food Science- Davis, CA

Port of Portland Headquartes and Parking Garage- Portland, OR

Ronald Reagan Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse- Santa Ana, CA

All information and photos were found on ZGF’s website. Additional information can be found on the company’s website, here.

Written by Will Clinton

January 18, 2012 at 7:26 pm

Posted in Architects

Henning Larsen Architects

Henning Larsen Architects
Vesterbrogade 76
Dk-1620 Copenhagen V

Additional offices in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; Damascus, Syria; and Reykjavik, Iceland

Tel: +45 8233 3000
Fax: +45 8233 3099
E-mail: mail@henninglarsen.com
Website: http://www.henninglarsen.com/themes/frontpage.aspx

Established in 1959 by Henning Larsen, Henning Larsen Architects is an international architecture company that focuses on providing dynamic, sustainable buildings that mesh well into both the environment in which they were installed, as well as the culture that they will be joining. Ranging from projects including interior design, masterplans, to full-fledged high-rise buildings, Henning Larsen emphasizes a social and environmental responsibility in designing both energy-efficient as well as long-lasting, value-based structures and architectural monuments. Currently with 150 employees in over 20 different countries, the firms has earned numerous awards and recognitions in both innovation and design categories including the Civic Trust Award 2011 and the Bentley Award for Innovation in Building.


Batumi Aquarium- Batumi, Republic of Georgia

Massar Children's Discovery Centre- Damascus, Syria

Institute of Diplomatic Studies- Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Villas in the Sky- Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Crystal Towers- Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Written by Will Clinton

September 1, 2011 at 4:31 pm

Posted in Architects