EwingCole explores and designs inventive solutions to complex projects that better their clients’ everyday life, our community, and our world. Their clients are leaders in their respective industries. EwingCole partners with them to bring the latest thought leadership to each project, and to deliver buildings, spaces and places that advance their mission. This diverse group of professionals takes that responsibility seriously. As their trusted advisors and stewards of responsible design, EwingCole is always looking for opportunities that enable them to make a positive impact. See for yourself through a selection of projects by EwingCole we made for you!
MaST II Community Charter School – Phase II
Phase two of MaST II Community Charter School completes the vision established in the master plan for a standalone, dynamic charter school campus in the heart of the Tacony neighborhood. Similar in form and expression to phase one, the new 84,000 SF building more than doubles the educational program area. This phase includes educational and recreational spaces such as a fully-outfitted maker space, a competition gymnasium and fitness mezzanine, an expansion of the existing media center, and an e-gaming and video broadcast suite.
The Brooklyn Hospital Center serves a population of nearly one million residents. To continue providing excellent care to its patient community, give residents improved access to local care, and meet the growing healthcare needs of neighborhoods undergoing tremendous demographic changes and unprecedented growth, TBHC required a new outpatient environment. EwingCole planned and designed the new, 45,000 SF Physicians Pavilion to house more than 20 specialties across six different floors. The interior spaces, inspired by hospitality environments, include a mix of rich materials and bold color palettes that change from floor to floor, giving each its character.
Irving Plaza is one of New York City’s most beloved and storied live music venues. Before 1870, the structure was three separate dwellings, later becoming a hotel – changing its name and identity four times over the proceeding decades before becoming a local music venue in the 1990s. While not a historic preservation, EwingCole designers sought to imagine what those spaces might have looked like during the early 20th Century and bring those features and elements to life. Victorian in nature, the design beautifully weaves the décor of a historic NYC home with a modernized version of the theatre’s punk, metal, and indie rock legacy. Fans can expect a heightened visual and auditory experience upon seeing their favorite live music acts.
Madeira Shell House
Boathouse Row, located along a scenic stretch of the Schuylkill River, is one of Philadelphia’s most cherished landmarks and includes Madeira Shell House, home to the University of Pennsylvania’s three varsity rowing programs. Constructed in 1875, this is one of the oldest boathouses in the country. However, the facility has not been able to keep pace with the program’s demands and needs a comprehensive renovation to help Penn rowing meet its full potential. The design reconstructs and overbuilds an addition to the boathouse pavilion and addresses many operational deficits while revitalizing this iconic landmark. The design respects the historic exterior of the structure while completely renovating and modernizing the interior.
National Museum Of American History
The National Museum of American History is home to nearly two million objects and over three shelf-miles of archival collections. This transformational renovation is part of a multi-year exhibit installation program that renews the building’s 120,000 SF west exhibition wing. EwingCole conducted regular meetings with stakeholders from 14 departments to develop unique experiences worthy of the Museum’s goals. The resulting design incorporates flexible galleries that can be reconfigured quickly on each of the wing’s three floors, without the need for a capital project. Spaces are now open and loft-like, power and data systems are modular, and lighting integrates with the ceiling using theatrical controls.
White Plains Outpatient Surgery Center
White Plains Outpatient Surgery Center is a not-for-profit healthcare organization whose primary mission is to offer high-quality, acute healthcare and preventive medical care to all people who live in, work in, or visit Westchester County, NY. The organization acquired this location to create an outpatient surgery center to offload capacity from the main hospital. EwingCole designed the complete interior renovation of this former noncompliant surgery center with full mechanical and electrical upgrades. The new surgery center is now up to code and includes an entirely redesigned lobby space, renovated ORs, and recovery bays. The design team created spaces that feel like a calming refuge for patients and visitors through layered textures, natural elements, and budding branch graphics to symbolize revitalization.
GET THE LOOK
With a fluidity resembling the organic shapes of the finest whipped cream over a hot and delicious latte, the Crème Sofa has a distinctive wavy and continuous design. Upholstered with a cozy bouclé fabric, its two arms warmly embrace its seating, creating a visual delicacy with some inox bronze details. This sublime piece of upholstery is not only aesthetically pleasing to the eye but also a comfortable and indispensable item to a modern living room.
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