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RONALD O. PERELMAN PERFORMING ARTS CENTER AT THE WORLD TRADE CENTER
New York, New York

KEY AWARDS Architect’s Newspaper Best of Design Award, unbuilt civic category, 2017; Architect Progressive Architecture (P/A) Award, 2016; World Architecture News Civic Future Projects Shortlisted, 2016
CLIENT Ronald O. Perelman Performing Arts Center at the World Trade Center
PROGRAM Performing arts center, including three auditoria (499-, 250-, and 99-person) which can combine to form seven additional arrangements, and a rehearsal room—all eleven of which can adopt manifold stage-audience configurations; flexible front- and back-of-house circulation that can create diverse patron entry/intermission/exit processions; and (A-Z) offices, performer support spaces, and restaurant/bar
AREA 8,400 m² (90,000 sf)
STATUS Invited competition 2014; first prize 2015; commenced Schematic Design 2016; completion expected 2020
DESIGN ARCHITECT REX
PERSONNEL Adam Chizmar (PL), Maur Dessauvage, Alysen Hiller Fiore (PL), Sebastian Hofmeister, Claire Kuang, Kirby Liu, Weronika Marciniak, Joshua Ramus, Raul Rodriguez, Vaidotas Vaiciulis
COMPETITION TEAM Giannantonio Bongiorno, Adam Chizmar (PL), Alberto Cumerlato, Mahasti Fakourbayat, Alysen Hiller Fiore (PL), Gabriel Jewell-Vitale, Min Kim, Dominyka Mineikyte, Elizabeth Nichols, Joshua Ramus, Raul Rodriguez, Michal Sapko, Emma Silverblatt, Elina Spruza Chizmar, Michele Tonizzo, Vaidotas Vaiciulis, Michael Volk, Cristina Webb
EXECUTIVE ARCHITECT Davis Brody Bond
CONSULTANTS Arup, Atelier Ten, CCI, Charcoalblue, Cost Plus, Ducibella Venter & Santore, Front, Jaros Baum & Bolles, Jenkins & Huntington, Magnusson Klemencic, RWDI, Sciame, Silman, Thornton Tomasetti / Weidlinger, Threshold, Wilson Ihrig

MERCEDES-BENZ FUTURE LAB & CAMPUS EXTENSION 2.0 (MBC 2.0)
Stuttgart, Germany

CLIENT Daimler AG
PROGRAM Campus expansion with Amphitheater, Classic Center for showcasing legacy automobiles, Central Plaza, Sculpture Garden, and Future Lab: a museum for the brand’s impact on state-of-the-art mobility and a factory for creating, debating, and presenting the indeterminate future; including exhibition space for showcasing research and development activities, and (A-Z) art gallery, café, club lounge, education spaces, laboratories, lecture hall, offices, and workshops
AREA 33,500 m² (361,000 sf)
COST Confidential
STATUS Invited competition 2012; first prize 2014; MBC 2.0 and MBC 2.1, succeeded by MBC 2.2
ARCHITECT REX
PERSONNEL Adam Chizmar (PL), Danny Duong, Mette Fast, Luis Gil, Alysen Hiller Fiore, Tyler Hopf, Gabriel Jewell-Vitale, Roberto Otero, Joshua Ramus, Ishtiaq Rafiuddin (PL), Aude Soffer, Minyoung Song, Elina Spruza (PL), Matthew Uselman, Cristina Webb, Matthew Zych
CONSULTANTS  Arup, Front, melk!, Theatre Projects

2050 M STREET
Washington, DC

KEY AWARDS MIPIM/Architectural Review Future Project Awards, 2016
CLIENT Tishman Speyer
PROGRAM Premium office building in Washington, DC’s Golden Triangle business district, that will host CBS’s Washington Bureau (including television studios), amongst other tenants
AREA Approximately 41,800 m² (450,000 sf)
COST Confidential
STATUS Commenced 2015; commenced Construction Documents 2016; completion expected 2019
DESIGN ARCHITECT REX
PERSONNEL Timothy Burwell, Adam Chizmar, Maur Dessauvage, Kelvin Ho, James Kehl, Elizabeth Nichols, Joshua Ramus, Matthew Uselman (PL), Cristina Webb (PL), Vaidotas Vaiciulis, Michael Volk
EXECUTIVE ARCHITECT Kendall/Heaton
CONSULTANTS Arup, Baumann, Blades, Cerami, ECS, Front, Janson Tsai, LERA, LSM, Richter, George Sexton, Walker, Wiles Mensch, WSP

THE TRANSFORMATION OF FIVE MANHATTAN WEST
New York, New York

CLIENT Brookfield Office Properties
PROGRAM  Repositioning, re-cladding, and interior renovation of a 158,000 m² (1,700,000 sf) Manhattan Brutalist landmark
ENCLOSURE AREA 29,800 m² (321,000 sf)
COST $350 million (total project)
STATUS Commenced 2011; construction commenced 2014; completion 2017
DESIGN ARCHITECT REX
PERSONNEL Cheryl Baxter, Qianqian Cai, Adam Chizmar, Elina Spruza Chizmar, Rachel Dao, Danny Duong, Luis Gil, Alysen Hiller Fiore (PL), Gabriel Jewell-Vitale, Romea Muryń, Judith Mussel, Kurt Nieminen, Roberto Otero (PL), Se Yoon Park, Justin Piercy, Joshua Ramus, Ishtiaq Rafiuddin, Lena Reeh Rasmussen, Raul Rodriguez, Minyoung Song, Yuan Tiauriman, João Vieira Costa, Matthew Uselman (PL), Cristina Webb, Matthew Zych
EXECUTIVE ARCHITECT Adamson Associates (AAI)
CONSULTANTS  Atelier Ten, Cerami, Cosentini, Digifab, Edgett Williams, Entek, Front, James Corner Field Operations, Pentagram, Philip Habib, SOM, Tillotson Design, Tishman, William Vitacco

THE NECKLACE RESIDENCE
Long Island, New York

CLIENT Confidential
PROGRAM Private residence for a patriarch and his four children’s future families, including parents’ home, four children’s homes, and (A-Z) bar, billiards, children’s play space, event space, garage, gym, home cinema, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, library, spa, staff support areas, study, and wine cellar
AREA 3,800 m² (41,300 sf)
COST Confidential
STATUS  Invited competition, first prize 2013; Construction Documents completed 2017; completion expected 2021
DESIGN ARCHITECT REX
PERSONNEL  Julie Bauer, Tim Burwell, Maur Dessauvage, Shereen Doummar, Mahasti Fakourbayat, Alysen Hiller Fiore (PL), Gabriel Jewell-Vitale, James Kehl, James Killeavy, Min Kim, Elizabeth Nichols, Kelsey Olafson, Joshua Ramus, Raul Rodriguez (PL), Emma Silverblatt, Elina Spruza Chizmar (PL), Michele Tonizzo, Vaidotas Vaiciulis, Michael Volk, Danny Wei
COMPETITION TEAM Alberto Cumerlato, Mette Fast, Tyler Hopf, Gabriel Jewell-Vitale, Joshua Ramus, Elina Spruza Chizmar (PL), Aude Soffer, Minyoung Song, Cristina Webb
EXECUTIVE ARCHITECT AVGA
CONSULTANTS ACS, ASW, CSI, Front, LaGuardia Landscape Architecture, Kean Development, Knippers Helbig, Severud Associates, Sidney Bowne, Tillotson Design Associates

AT&T PERFORMING ARTS CENTER DEE AND CHARLES WYLY THEATRE
Dallas, Texas

KEY AWARDS American Institute of Architects, National Honor Award, 2011; American Council of Engineering Companies, National Gold Award, 2010; American Institute of Steel Construction, IDEAS² Award, 2010; U.S. Institute for Theatre Technology, National Honor Award, 2012
CLIENT AT&T Performing Arts Center
PROGRAM 575-seat ‘multi-form’ theater with the ability to transform between proscenium, thrust, arena, traverse, studio, and flat floor configurations with only a small crew in a few hours; and to open the performance space to its urban surroundings
AREA 7,700 m² (80,300 sf)
COST $354 million (project) for the entire AT&T Performing Arts Center, which included the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House, the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, the Annette Strauss Artists Square, and the Elaine D. and Charles A. Sammons Park
STATUS Completed October 2009
DESIGN ARCHITECT REX | OMA
KEY PERSONNEL Joshua Ramus (Partner in Charge) and Rem Koolhaas, with Erez Ella, Vincent Bandy, Vanessa Kassabian, Tim Archambault
EXECUTIVE ARCHITECT Kendall Heaton Associates
CONSULTANTS Cosentini, DHV, Donnell Consultants, Front, HKA, Magnusson Klemencic Associates, McCarthy Construction, McGuire, Pielow Fair, Plus Group, Quinze & Milan, Theatre Projects Consultants, Tillotson Design, Transsolar, 2×4

Seattle Central Library
Seattle, Washington

KEY AWARDS American Institute of Architects, National Honor Award, 2005; American Library Association, National Building Award, 2005; American Counsel of Engineering Companies, National Gold Award, 2005; LEED Silver Certification, 2004
CLIENT Seattle Public Library
PROGRAM Central library for Seattle’s 28-branch library system, including 33,700 m² (363,000 sf) of (from top to bottom) children’s collection, auditorium, staff floor, living room, meeting rooms, information services, publicly accessible book storage spiral, reading room, and administration headquarters; and 4,600 m² (49,000 sf) of parking
AREA 38,300 m² (412,000 sf)
COST $169.2 million (project)
STATUS Commenced 1999; completed 2004
ARCHITECT OMA | LMN
KEY PERSONNEL Rem Koolhaas and Joshua Ramus (Partner-in-Charge), with Mark von Hof-Zogrotzki, Natasha Sandmeier, Meghan Corwin, Bjarke Ingels, Carol Patterson
CONSULTANTS Arup, Bruce Mau Design, Davis Langdon, Dewhurst Macfarlane, Front, HKA, Hoffman Construction, Inside/Oustide, Jones & Jones, Kugler Tillotson, Magnusson Klemencic Associates, McGuire, Michael Yantis, Pielow Fair, Quinze & Milan, Seele

VAKKO FASHION CENTER
Istanbul, Turkey

KEY AWARDS AIA New York Honor Award, 2015; ArchDaily’s 2010 Office Building of the Year; Wallpaper* magazine’s Design Award 2011 for Best Workspace; ICON magazine’s Award 2011 for the World’s Coolest Office
CLIENTS Vakko and Power Media
PROGRAM Headquarters for a Turkish fashion house—including offices, showrooms, conference rooms, auditorium, museum, and dining hall—as well as the television studios, radio production facilities, and screening rooms of its media sister-company
AREA 5,400 m² (58,000 sf) and 3,700 m² (40,000 sf)
COST Confidential
STATUS Commenced 2009; completed 2010
ARCHITECT REX
PERSONNEL Erez Ella, Tomas Janka, Mathias Madaus, David Menicovich, Tsuyoshi Nakamoto, Joshua Ramus, Ishtiaq Rafiuddin, Tieliu Wu
CONSULTANTS ARTE, Autoban, Buro Statik, Cedetas, Dora, Eleksis, Front, Gurmen Muhendislik, Lamglas, Norm Tecnic, Say Yapi, STEP, Superpool, Cem Mimarlik

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