International architecture firm RMJM has been appointed as lead design consultants for the Deerfields project.
Mandated to review the architectural design of the entire development and responsible for the engineering delivery, RMJM will also work on implementing improvement changes to the facade, interiors, and landscape design of the mall.
SOURCE: AMEinfo.com – Ground work begins at Deerfields Town Square in Abu Dhabi | MBI
Daily Commercial News reports
The University of Western Ontario is poised to break ground this summer on a $100 million building to house the Richard Ivey School of Business. The project is the largest in the university’s history.
Landscape architect is Janet Rosenberg + Associates.
SOURCE: Daily Commercial News – Western’s school of business to get new home
Contract Magazine reports
RMJM’s Singapore studio has revealed the designs for the new Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa located on China Beach in Vietnam
SOURCE: Contract Magazine – RMJM Unveils Design for Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa, Vietnam
Children’s play areas would be added and water fountains removed to make room for a “great lawn” in a proposed redesign of Burnett Park, the quasi-green space in downtown Fort Worth that for years has served more as the entrance to the Burnett Plaza office tower than a city park.
read the full article and download the proposed redesign at the SOURCE: Star-Telegram.com – Children’s play areas to be added in redesign of Fort Worth’s Burnett Park | Top Stories |
Chicago Tribune reports
In recent weeks, scores of walkers, joggers, bicyclists and others have discovered the riverwalk that just opened on the Chicago River’s south bank. Stretching from east of the Michigan Avenue Bridge to Wabash Avenue, with an extension to State Street due to wrap up in early July, the handsome, people-friendly public space marks the latest step in Mayor Richard Daley’s ambitious drive to make the riverfront a prime public space downtown and in the city’s outlying neighborhoods.
read the full article @ the SOURCE: City’s second waterfront: Riverwalk improved, but hurdles remain