RZAPS in Architecture Today

Published on: November 23, 2016 | Under: News

RZAPS is one of forty international architects featured in Architecture Today and is described as an “influential force” in practice today. The three projects in the book — Redevelopment of Randall’s Island, Sportime/John McEnroe Tennis Center, and One Penn Plaza — show the high quality of the work of RZAPS. See the full section in … Continue reading “RZAPS in Architecture Today”

Designing for the Public with the Parametric Process

Published on: July 15, 2016 | Under: Process

“While in mathematics parametric signifies a set of quantities expressed as an explicit function of a number of independent parameters, in architecture this is complemented by a utilitarian dogma for exploring the possibilities offered by the model.” Daniel Davis For years many designers have been trying to use parametric tools to define a style and … Continue reading “Designing for the Public with the Parametric Process”

Asian Cultural Center Inauguration

Published on: April 26, 2016 | Under: News

The Asian Cultural Center, Washington DC opened March 28 with an exhibition of photography from Xinjiang Province in China. It was a thrill to attend the inauguration – a very satisfying moment after all the hard work.

RZAPS Announced as Finalist of the Atlanta Bridgescape Competition

Published on: May 13, 2015 | Under: News

We are pleased to announce that RZAPS has been selected as a finalist of the Atlanta Bridgescape Competition with our design proposal for a bridge enhancement project in Downtown Atlanta, Georgia. The Atlanta Bridgescape Competition is a collaborative effort of Central Atlanta Progress and Atlanta Downtown Improvement District (CAP/ADID), Midtown Alliance and Atlanta Design Center (ADC). The Competition is … Continue reading “RZAPS Announced as Finalist of the Atlanta Bridgescape Competition”

Designing Bubbles – Part 2: The Code

Published on: May 8, 2015 | Under: Process

Air supported structures, or “bubbles,” are flexible when it comes to purpose and seasonal use. However, unless located on open land, bubbles can be challenging from a code and design perspective. Previously, code regulations for egress and life safety were ambiguous, with jurisdictional interpretation varying by location. The IBC has tried to clarify the regulations … Continue reading “Designing Bubbles – Part 2: The Code”

15 E 40th St Renovation Completed

Published on: September 16, 2014 | Under: News

The renovation of 15 East 40th Street has recently been completed and included in our Projects Section. The project is for the redesign of the street front facade, main lobby and elevators for a thirteen story office building in Midtown Manhattan. > Visit the project page