Tuesday, 15 May 2012
Shepley Bulfinch is marking Arizona’s centennial with “Where were you in 1912?”, an exhibit of architectural renderings from the firm’s extensive archives that is now on display at the firm’s Phoenix studio. The selected works cover the period from 1910 to 1920, the decade of Arizona’s statehood. The exhibit’s highlight is a series of renderings of Phoenix’s Trinity Cathedral and Parish House.
Shepley Bulfinch’s presence in Arizona predates statehood, with the design of the Trinity Cathedral campus in 1910. The Parish House was dedicated in 1915 and the Cathedral was consecrated in 1920. Although its location in the Roosevelt ...[more]
Thursday, 26 August 2010
In a celebration today attended by Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed and other dignitaries, the Atlanta University Center (AUC) rededicated the renovated Robert W. Woodruff Library, unveiling its interactive and technology-rich 21st century learning environment.
Shepley Bulfinch’s completion of the first phase of this major renovation included more than 130,000 square feet of the Woodruff Library’s 220,000 square foot facility. The renovation replaced many solid interior walls with glass panels, drawing natural light deep into the space.
The inviting and dynamic main floor, with its media creation and presentation space ...[more]
Friday, 9 July 2010
Many of the papers of the late US Senator Robert Byrd, the longest-serving senator in US history, will be housed in the archives of the Robert C. Byrd Center for Legislative Studies at Shepherd College in Shepherdstown, West Virginia.
The Center, which was designed by Shepley Bulfinch in association with Ellerbe Becket, was opened in August 2002.
It houses reference works pertaining to the study of Congress and the US Constitution, and includes archival research facilities, offices, classrooms and a 100-seat auditorium. The Rotunda Reading Room is used by ...[more]