Recent News

08 March 2018

A Liminal Blur: Exhibition and Opening Event at the Georgia Tech School of Architecture

Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects’s contribution to the United States Pavilion at the 15th Architecture Biennale will be on display starting 14 March 2018 in the Subbins Gallery at the Georgia Tech School of Architecture. The exhibit features the studio’s proposal for renewal in the Mexicantown neighborhood of Detroit. Opening Event Information: Georgia Tech Center for Urban Innovation / Georgia Tech School of Architecture

06 March 2018

Pritzker Commons and Cabot Library at Harvard University LEED v4 Certified

Pritzker Commons and Godfrey Lowell Cabot Science Library Transformation project at the Harvard University Science Center has been LEED v4 certified by the U.S. Green Building Council. The project is the second ever LEED v4 project in Massachusetts.
Related Articles: The Harvard Gazette / Harvard University Office for Sustainability / Harvard Energy & Facilities

13 February 2018

Merrill Elam to Lecture at Mississippi State University

As part of its Robert and Freda Harrison Lecture Series, Mississippi State University will host Merrill Elam on 16 February 2018.
Event Details: School of Architecture at MSU

06 February 2018

Tishman Speyer’s Jackson Park in New York Begins Move-Ins

Tishman Speyer announces further details of the Jackson Park project in Long Island City, New York with three high rise apartment buildings and amenity building, designed by Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects and Hill West Architects. The towers are 42, 44, and 53 stories tall and has 1,871 rental units total. The five story Club at Jackson Park, a 45,000 square foot amenity building, includes a fitness center, swimming pool, and lounge. News Articles: NYREJ / New York Post / Curbed

22 January 2018

Inscriptions: Exhibition at Harvard University Graduate School of Design

The current exhibition at the Druker Design Gallery at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design entitled “Inscriptions: Architecture Before Speech” features six projects by Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects. Inscriptions is a broad survey of work that problematizes, resists, and exceeds signification by appealing to other kinds of cultural engagements, agreements, and fantasies of architecture’s origins. The exhibit is curated by K. Michael Hays and Andrew Holder.
Additional Information: Harvard Graduate School of Design / Exhibition Lecture: Harvard GSD YouTube