This short time lapse captures the amazing work of designers and builders from LEGO. Over the past five years, LEGO has worked in conjunction with DMSAS and long-time client Cook Children’s Medical Center to build a scale model of the campus entirely out of LEGOs. Here, the team assembles the first iteration of the new DMSAS-designed South Tower – emulating its current in-construction state. The model will updated later in the year to reflect its more completed form.
This interactive presentation and panel discussion, which took place on October 2nd 2014 at the annual DesignDC conference, focuses on the collaboration between the architect, acoustician and theater planner in the design of concert halls, multi-use theaters and other performance…
Alpharetta Mayor David Belle Isle gives his remarks at the ceremonial ribbon cutting for the new Alpharetta City Hall. The new City Hall is centerpiece of Alpharetta’s planned downtown City Center development.
Buildings from DMSAS’s annual charity event, Gingertown, went in studio with Let’s Talk Live before being donated to DC area community support organizations.
Myron Martin discusses the art program for The Smith Center in Las Vegas.
Fort Worth once was a rough-and-tumble frontier town, dusty and lawless, home to the brave and the brawling, the soldier, the frontiersman, the outlaw. Today, the “City of Cowboys and Culture” is the one of the largest cities in Texas and the 16th-largest city in the United States.
It’s a destination shaped by a commitment to its downtown revitalization and urban renewal, a dedication to its world-renowned cultural arts district, rich pride in its Western heritage and a loyalty to major-league attractions.
Architect David Schwarz and Acoustician Paul Scarbrough discuss the strategy for and importance of the integration of architectural and acoustical design.
Architect David Schwarz talks about his favorite space in The Smith Center, The Founders Room.
Architect David Schwarz discusses the challenges of finding authentic context in Las Vegas, and the iconic building from which he ultimately drew contextual inspiration.