The Perot Museum of Nature and Science, conceived as an immersive, curiosity-stimulating environment, resides in Victory Park within the heart of the Arts District in uptown Dallas. The cube-shaped structure sits atop a landscaped plinth that undulates dramatically above the entrance plaza. Revealing different views from every approach, the design evokes a sense of discovery and insight as visitors meander through the site.
The Rookery is a milestone in American Architecture. Designed by Daniel Burnham and John Wellborn Root and completed in 1888, its masonry is supported by a steel frame — an innovation in construction at the time that allowed the building to achieve the unprecedented height of twelve stories.
Situated in Riyadh, the King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC) is a global center for international energy analysis, environmental research and policy studies. The overall site exceeds 500,000 m2 (5,000,000 ft2) and consists of multiple buildings including a research center, conference center, musalla (prayer room), IT center and research library. The complex also includes shaded outdoor spaces, courtyards, gardens and open atria woven together by an open-air central plaza, known as the Place of Icon.
Acclaimed as the most significant addition to the Manhattan skyline in decades, The New York Times Building is located in the heart of the Times Square District — named after the newspaper’s 1904 headquarters in the neighborhood. The iconic area has become identified with colorful signage, displays, and illuminated advertisements.