Detailed design for Navy Pier unveiled


A detailed design for Navy Pier has been unveiled more than one year after James Corner Field Operations was selected by The Navy Pier Inc. (NPI) Board to help reimagine Navy Pier’s public spaces, an effort designated as “Pierscape.”. Due to budget constraints, gone are some design elements including the floating swimming pool with sand beach. The detailed design has pleased stakeholders with the carnival feel to be replaced by a more park like  design.

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2012 In Review | March

High Line Section 3 by James Corner Field Operations and Diller Scofidio + Renfro

March saw us publish the James Corner Field Operations design for High Line Section 3 and also their winning entry for Chicago’s Navy Pier.  Also published in March was Kallang River Bishan Park in Singapore by Atelier Dreiseitl which later  WAF landscape architecture award in October 2012.

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James Corner Field Operations selected for Chicago’s Navy Pier

James Corner Field Operations selected for Navy Pier
The Navy Pier Inc. (NPI) Board recently announced that design firm James Corner Field Operations (JCFO) has been selected to help reimagine Navy Pier’s public spaces, an effort designated as “Pierscape.”  Corner and his team were among the five finalists in Navy Pier’s search for a Pierscape design team that began six-months ago with 52 submissions from around the globe to redesign the Pier’s public spaces.
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