Search results for "Lorcan O'Herlihy"
Bending the Rules
LOHA completes apartment building on narrow infill lot in Silver Lake
LOHA designs a live/work complex for L.A.'s Arts District
Sawtelle Me Five Stories
Lorcan O'Herlihy Architects designs a mixed-use campus in West Los Angeles
Stringing It Together
Lorcan O'Herlihy renovates Detroit's African Bead Museum
THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE…
AIA Housing Awards names the best new homes of 2019
What can architects do?
SCI-Arc undertakes all-school public charrette addressing homelessness
To Live is to Learn
2018 Best of Design Awards winners for Education
The University of Toronto’s Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design (DFALD) tapped NADAAA to design a new, 155,000-square-foot center that could incorporate studio spaces, fabrication workshops, classrooms, and offices. The school wanted the new building to also operate as a working sustainability prototype. The facility is connected to the adjacent landmark Knox College building, an existing 19th-century structure that features Gothic spires and edges. Though significantly different in style and detail, the historic building creates the ideal foil for the contemporary, boxlike facility. The folds of the roof aim to capture daylight while the glazing maximizes northern views. A Miesian curtain wall complements the building’s sober yet bold concrete and steel structure.