RTKL Releases Volume 10 of Works in Progress
RTKL is proud to announce the 10th issue of Works in Progress (WIP), our annual design monograph featuring a collection of ideas and design concepts from across all services, geographies and practice groups. This year, we celebrated a decade of innovative ideas by welcoming four esteemed design experts to our Dallas office to serve as our jury panel, critiquing work from across the firm’s diverse portfolio and sharing their insights on the future of the industry.
Here are just a few of the winning entries:
The Warren Clinic, located near Tulsa, OK, will help enhance the clinical and urgent care needs for this expanding population.
Lingang High Tech Innovation Campus
Lingang High-Tech Innovation Campus aims to set the precedent for the rest of the area with its innovative design and mixed-use concept.
City Wide Lighting Framework – Chicago
The City-Wide Lighting Framework Plan offers a unique opportunity to transform Chicago through light installations, that will celebrate the diversity of Chicago’s neighborhoods.
Berlin Entertainment District
The goal was to create a destination experience for Berlin that respects the area’s rich history and seamlessly blends into the region’s current regeneration and mixed-use master plan.
3300 Main, a proposed 400-unit residential tower in midtown Houston, would create a focal point for this low-density neighborhood.
Explore the book and visit the WIP website to learn more about the winners: www.rtkl.com/wip
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