We are celebrating architecture on AIA National’s Instagram account in a big way! We are featuring member projects on our account during the month of October. If you are an AIA member and would like your project featured, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Here are some photos from previously featured members:
Eskenazi Health Ambulatory Care Building in Indianapolis, IN by @ratio_design in association with @hoknetwork. The $800 million, LEED Gold Certified Eskenazi Health complex is the flagship campus of one of the nation’s largest safety-net healthcare systems. RATIO was honored to design the complex’s “front door,” the Ambulatory Care Building. The $78 million, six-story facility features 190,000 sq. ft. of outpatient clinical space. A simplified floor plan built around a central corridor ensures no more than two turns are required to access any point in the complex. Photo: Timothy Hursley
Another photo of the Living Wall by @utaustintx School of Architecture, @utsoa. The 10 x 25 foot living wall was installed along the façade of its Paul Cret-designed building. A collaboration with the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, the wall features a variety of native plants anchored in a patent-pending honeycomb structure. A photo posted by AIA National (@aianational) on
We’re sharing more photos of projects by AIA members. Water color of @johnshopkinsu by Laura Melville Thomas. The original Johns Hopkins Hospital entrance features a stunning Queen Anne style dome. A gem of west Baltimore, the tower and dome are symbols of health and healing worldwide. Great attention was paid to the the signature red of the brick and terra-cotta exterior, as well as the elaborate metal gates adorning the entrance. You can see more of her work on Twitter at LMTWatercolors. A photo posted by AIA National (@aianational) on
We’re highlighting projects by AIA members! Diné College by @dlr_group. Founded in 1968, Diné College has two main campuses and six community centers serving residents and approximately 2,000 students from the 26,000 square-mile Navajo Nation across Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah. DLR Group’s design of Diné College Library respects the vital connection between the Diné and the natural world. The architecture honors the built form of the sacred hogan and echoes the curving representation of the Navajo world-view. Photo: Mark Boisclair Photography, Inc.