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    تاريخ التسجيل: Dec 2006
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    The City University of New York
    Eugenio Maria de Hostos Community College / East Academic Complex
    Bronx, NY 1994 Completed

    This multi-purpose building for a community college in the Bronx represents a composite program located in a dense urban context.












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    The City University of New York
    The Graduate Center
    New York, NY 1999 Completed

    The Graduate Center is on twelve levels of the neo-classical landmark B. Altman's Department Store Building. It includes the restoration of historic interior building elements, structural modifications and a technological infrastructure replacement. Public areas on the lower levels include an auditorium, recital hall, black box theater, TV studio, art gallery, bookstore/coffee bar, and conference center.














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    University of Cincinnati
    Tangeman University Center
    Cincinnati, OH 2004 Completed

    The new student center for the University of Cincinnati is part of a building program to develop its central campus. It reflects the university's commitment to enrich students' educational experience by providing a focal point for campus social life. The university wanted to maintain a continuity of image with the existing campus, expand the number and size of facilities and bring natural light into the building's interior.












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    University of Iowa
    Levitt Center for University Advancement
    Iowa City, IA 1998 Completed

    The Levitt Center for University Advancement is an asymmetrical assemblage of geometric forms. The building is clad in Indiana limestone and articulates a hierarchical sequence of public gathering spaces and private work areas. The design solution responds to the client’s request that the building’s public assembly spaces be situated on the top floor, with views of the river and surrounding campus.










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    University of Washington
    Henry Art Gallery
    Seattle, WA 1997 Completed

    The contextual challenges posed by the renovation of and addition to the Henry Art Gallery not only afforded the opportunity to recast the 1926 Carl F. Gould building, a 10,000 square foot, two-story masonry structure, as the primary element of the west campus entry to the University of Washington, but in fact propelled the design and helped to define the program














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    Yale University
    School of Art and Architecture Renovation / History of Art Building and Arts Library
    New Haven, CT 2008 Construction

    Yale University’s Rudolph Building – formerly known as the Art and Architecture Building – was designed in 1963 by the modern master and then chair of the School of Architecture, Paul Rudolph. It is considered one of his most important works and is now receiving a complete renovation and addition that will restore the structure to its original 1963 intention and provide space for the History of Art department.












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    السلام عليكم و رحمة الله تعالى و بركاته
    اسال الله ان تعم الفائدة على الجميع
    كما نسألكم المشاركة واثراء هذا الموضوع الحيوي والهام... فبكم ومعكم ويدا بيد لنكمل هذا العمل سائلين الله السداد والرشاد وندعو الله ان يكون هذا العمل خالصا لوجه الكريم ..

    مع خالص التحيات و التقدير ... و رمضان مبارك ان شاء الله

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    تاريخ التسجيل: Feb 2005
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    مجهود رائع وموضوع اكثر من مميز
    تقبل تحياتي

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    شكرا لك اخي الكريم لو كوربوزييه واختي الكريمة بنت النيل على مروركم واتمنى لكم ان تحصلوا على الافادة

    Diller Scofidio + Renfro

    INSTUTUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART
    Boston, MA - 2006
    The new Boston Institute of Contemporary Art is located on the harbor at Fan Pier in south Boston. The 62,000 square foot building includes 18,000 square feet of galleries, a performing arts theater, a restaurant, a bookstore, education/workshop facilities, and administrative offices. The building design negotiates between two competing objectives: to perform as a dynamic civic building filled with public and social activities, and as a controlled, contemplative atmosphere for individuals interacting with contemporary art. The "public" building is built from the ground up; the "intimate" building, from the sky down.
    The Boston Harborwalk borders the north and west edges of the ICA site. This surface is metaphorically extended into the new building as a pliable wrapper that defines the building’s major public spaces. It folds up from the walkway into a "grandstand" facing the water, it continues through the skin of the building to form a stage, then turns up to form the theater seating, then seamlessly envelopes the theater space, ultimately, slipping out through the skin to produce the ceiling of the exterior public "room." Above the wrapper sits the "gallery box": a large exhibition space on one level that dramatically cantilevers over the Harborwalk toward the water.










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