For Riverlife 'to-be-determined' Balmori proposes a temporary installation for Pittsburgh's waterfront: Grow With The Flow .
“Merge the Broadway Malls” article by Noemie Lafaurie-Debany is published in ONWARD, a publication of the Urban Design Forum about Mobility:
“The Broadway Malls could become a significant green corridor, integrating cutting-edge-technology to provide a safe route for pedestrians, cyclists and wildlife”
City of Bellevue, WA. Balmori’s team has been selected for the first step in the implementation phase of the Grand Connection visioning process. The Grand Connection Design Guidelines will prioritize connectivity and continuity of spaces to link people, places, and wildlife habitats within the urban matrix.
"We are excited to continue the community driven city-making process and refine the public space concepts we developed during the Visioning Framework," says Javier Gonzalez-Campana, Principal In Charge.
The team consists of Balmori Associates, HR&A, Herrera, Mobility In Chain, Knippers Helbig, and Langan.
As design becomes heavily dependent on digital platforms, how are we, as designers, preserving drawings and digital models? How can we best tell the story of a project? How can we foster greater interdiscplinary tools? 'Designing the Future Landscape' report is now available here
The design for the São Paulo Corporate Towers has grown into a lush landscape.
Photos by Alexandre Mariot, the agro-environmental engineer consultant for the project.
Balmori team is shortlisted for the design of a park along the Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania for the City of Columbia.
Checkout the I-405 crossing alternatives we developed with Knippers Helbig in Bellevue, WA. Which one will it be… Sculptural Bridge, Linear Bridge, Or a Lid Park?
Pick the one you prefer at
Bellevue City Council unanimously approved the draft Framework Plan for Sequence One of the Grand Connection! Bellevue Downtown Association reported that “the Council Members applauded City staff for their work and commended the community for its participation. The Framework moves the vision forward, and its adoption strongly indicates that City officials and staff are united to keep the momentum going.
BAL-LAB participated at the Inwood's North Cove Community Design Workshop last September in advocacy of the remediation of that area for wildlife support through the implementation of Floating Islands.
Many thanks to James Cataldi.