Posts Tagged ‘Bohlin Cywinski Jackson’

New College House by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Philadelphia – Pennsylvania

June 14th, 2017

The New College House frames a critical gateway to Penn’s urban campus, preserving vital green space and welcoming visitors via a public ‘lifted lawn.’ Bohlin Cywinski Jackson was challenged to engage a vibrant college community into the campus and the city on all four sides of the building, while also securing the College House by a single point of entry.

Apple store by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Palo Alto – California

May 8th, 2017

As one moves from the front room to the back, the atmosphere changes to a feeling of enclosure. The ceiling gives way to a tremendous glass roof, sunlight plays along the floor, and the sounds of customer activity quiets down. Dedicated to service, training and accessory retail display, the sense of privacy supports the company’s ambition for a place of gathering and learning.

Apple store by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, New York City

October 17th, 2016

Joints between light boxes that span across the ceilings follow the white steel beams. The signature chunky oak wood tables below are also oriented to echo these lines. Features include a large 6K video screen for product demos and entertainment, and cube seats that can be moved around during workshops and presentations.

Square Headquarters by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, San Francisco – California

December 13th, 2014

The central boulevard is lined with communal tables and cabanas, and punctuated by “civic” spaces, including a library, coffee bar, and gallery. To each side of the boulevard, individual departments are arranged into smaller neighborhoods clustered around transparent glass cubes – team rooms, where project brainstorming takes place in full view.

MOBILE STORES! Apple store by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, New York City

February 13th, 2014

The 32-foot structural glass cube marking the store’s entrance makes a bold architectural statement. Housing a transparent glass elevator wrapped by a circular glass stair, the transparent cube beckons potential customers down to the retail level below.