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41 Cooper Square aspires to reflect the institution's stated goal to create an iconic building – one that reflects its values and aspirations as a. 41 Cooper Square, is the new academic building for college, privately funded, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art (The Cooper Union for. 41 Cooper Square is the first LEED-certified academic laboratory building in New York City. With a Platinum rating, the project's advanced green building initiatives​.

Thom Mayne of Morphosis architecture firm took this legacy into account when designing the new building of the Cooper Union, a plant with 16,m2 containing studios, classrooms and laboratories to develop programs of art, architecture and engineering.

The building has been defined as a vertical square stacked, organized around a central atrium that encourages social exchange. Internally, the building is conceived as a vehicle to foster collaboration and interdisciplinary dialogue between the three schools of the university, previously located in separate buildings.

This vertical square is the social heart of the building, providing a place for impromptu or scheduled meetings, student meetings, conferences, and intellectual debate that defines the academic environment.

The central space, a vertical square, designed for the social, intellectual and creative exchange is the heart of the new academic building. From the entrance hall, whose height reaches the top floor, a grand staircase of 6. The grand staircase is used for both ascent and recreational space for students. In many lobbies different plants intended for socialization of students, numerous meeting spaces, closets and seating areas overlooking the cityscape, always around the central atrium are located.

Primary elevators stop at the first, fifth and eighth floors, encouraging passengers to use the big stairs and overpasses. Side stop at every floor, in compliance with regulations and to be used for certain tasks such as moving materials, artworks or equipment.

The academic program includes laboratory and exhibition halls, hall, lounge, multipurpose space and commercial premises. Designed primarily to house the School of Engineering and the Cooper Union School of Art, the first 8 floors above ground are devoted to classrooms, small engineering labs, study rooms, art studio space, and faculty offices.

The 9th floor, is completely dedicated to the Art School, in addition to the art studio spaces located throughout the building. The lowest basement is almost completely occupied by grades garages school and design labs, and much of the infrastructure and supply air conditioning. The first basement of the building mainly houses the Auditorium Frederick P.

Rose, a smaller conference room, attendees, designed as an alternative to the Grand Chamber. Also Menschel Conference Room on the first basement provides space for both classes as for meetings, with a system of high definition video conferencing linked to two other similar spaces on the upper floors of the building.

An undulating lattice envelopes a foot wide grand stair which ascends four stories from the ground level through the sky-lit central atrium, which itself reaches to the full height of the building. This vertical piazza is the social heart of the building, providing a place for impromptu and planned meetings, student gatherings, lectures, and for the intellectual debate that defines the academic environment.

From the double-high entry lobby, the grand stair ascends four stories to terminate in a glazed double-high student lounge overlooking the city.

On the fifth through ninth floors, sky lobbies and meeting places, including a student lounge, seminar rooms, lockers, and seating areas overlooking the cityscape, are organized around the central atrium. Sky bridges span the atrium to create connections between these informal spaces. Educational Project. Drawing courtesy Morphosis Axonometric Site Plan. Radiant heating and cooling ceiling panels introduce innovative HVAC technology that will boost energy efficiency. This contributes to making the new building 40 percent more energy efficient than a standard building of its type.

A full-height atrium enables unique circulation for building occupants, improves the flow of air and provides increased interior day lighting. A cogeneration plant provides additional power to the building, recovers waste heat and effectively cuts energy costs.

Flexible state-of-the-art laboratories, studios and classrooms are specifically designed to accommodate pedagogical objectives, as well as current and future research activities. You'll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.

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41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to manifest the character, culture and vibrancy of both the 41 Cooper Square, is the new academic building for college, privately funded, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art (The Cooper Union for. 41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to manifest the character, culture and vibrancy of both the year-old institution.

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New York, United States. Architects: Morphosis. Share Share Facebook. About this office. Products Glass Steel. Read comments. The facade registers the iconic curved profile as a central atrium glass figure that seems to be carved on the facade of the Third Avenue, connecting the creative and social center of the building to the street.

This academic space at Cooper Union is a nine-story structure whose four articulated facades rising above a glass base structure built on two levels with inclined columns exposed poured in situ. This open connective space, crossed at various levels by steps of structural steel and concrete bridges, allows interactive movement throughout the building, while opening corridors can view the adjacent buildings.

Several structural materials complement the desired architectural concept and support a range of sustainable initiatives in the design of the structure, which made him earn LEED Platinum certification. In its construction it has been used mainly steel, aluminum, glass and concrete, the latter visible in the outer inclined structural columns and part of the rear facade formwork where brands have been used as decoration.

An outer skin created by a semi-transparent layer of perforated stainless steel covers the glass facade of the building to provide indoor environmental control, while through transparencies can reveal the creative activity occurring within. Glass panels of the outer wall are mounted on aluminum. Grid panels reduce the impact of solar radiation to help control the heat during the summer and insulate in winter indoors.

The panels are 0. These unified panel sections are connected with the edge of the slab by an engineering system with aluminum extrusions. Mostly metal panels are to 0. Except in a few places where the metal face pulls back to reveal all sections of glass, the inner wall of the building consists of a window wall system outside the slab.

Slabs between the system includes a tympanum painted black soil rises 1. Exposed areas are glass curtain walls were structurally unified and assembled into aluminum frames. Rain water is filtered and reused for maintenance. The high atrium allows the movement of the occupants of the building, improves airflow and provides greater interior lighting during the day. A cogeneration plant provides additional power to the building, recovering waste heat and effectively reducing energy costs.

From the double-high entry lobby, the grand stair ascends four stories to terminate in a glazed double-high student lounge overlooking the city. On the fifth through ninth floors, sky lobbies and meeting places—including a student lounge, seminar rooms, lockers, and seating areas overlooking the cityscape—are organized around the central atrium. Sky bridges span the atrium to create connections between these informal spaces.

The primary skip-stop elevators, which make stops at the first, fifth and eighth floors, encourage occupants to use the grand stairs and sky bridges. Secondary elevators stop at each floor, both for ADA compliance and for the practical tasks of moving materials, artworks, and equipment.

Visual transparencies and accessible public spaces connect the institution to the physical, social and cultural fabric of its urban context.

At street level, the transparent facade invites the neighborhood to observe and to take part in the intensity of activity contained within. Many of the public functions - an exhibition gallery, board room and a two-hundred-seat auditorium - are easily accessible one level below grade.

Responding to its urban context, the sculpted facade establishes a distinctive identity for Cooper Square. Advanced green building initiatives include:. An operable building skin made of perforated stainless steel panels offset from a glass and aluminum window wall. The panels reduce the impact of heat radiation during the summer and insulate interior spaces during the winter.

Radiant heating and cooling ceiling panels introduce innovative HVAC technology that will boost energy efficiency. This contributes to making the new building 40 percent more energy efficient than a standard building of its type. A full-height atrium enables unique circulation for building occupants, improves the flow of air and provides increased interior day lighting. A cogeneration plant provides additional power to the building, recovers waste heat and effectively cuts energy costs.

Flexible state-of-the-art laboratories, studios and classrooms are specifically designed to accommodate pedagogical objectives, as well as current and future research activities.

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41 Cooper Square aspires to reflect the institution's stated goal to create an iconic building – one that reflects its values and aspirations as a. 41 Cooper Square, is the new academic building for college, privately funded, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art (The Cooper Union for. 41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to manifest the character, culture and vibrancy of both the

Classrooms, offices, studios, and laboratories surround the vertical atrium and are connected by three separate staircases. Two secondary staircases cross the atrium like bridges and connect the fourth to sixth and seventh to ninth floors. To move from the sixth to seventh floor, one must use the fire stairs.

The discontinuity of the staircases was intended to promote physical activity and to increase meeting opportunities. The main elevators are treated in a similar fashion where stops are limited to the first, fifth and eight floors, encouraging occupants to use the sky bridges and stairs.

Mayne concentrated the program of student activities on the same floors that are serviced by the skip stop elevator. Student circulation is made visible and from inside, Peter Cooper Park and the Foundation Building become the focus. The ground floor is kept transparent to maintain a visual connection between the public and the public programs of the building. Retail spaces and an exhibition gallery can be seen from street level. There is also a board room and two-hundred-seat auditorium on the lower level that houses public events.

The operable perforated stainless steel skin is offset from the glass but still attached to the main frame. Innovative technologies are introduced into the building system to maximize energy efficiency.

Radiant heating and cooling ceiling panels provide a more efficient means of achieving thermal comfort, a green roof helps insulate the building and collects storm water, and a cogeneration plant provides additional power but recovers waste heat.

Nicolai Ouroussoff , architectural critic of The New York Times , praised the building as being an "example of how to create powerful architecture that is not afraid to engage its urban surroundings" [5] and "a bold architectural statement of genuine civic value. The building appears in the U. It also appears in the third season of the television series Person of Interest as the headquarters for the fictitious company Lifetrace and in the first season of the television series Limitless as the headquarters for the fictitious company Claxion.

It also saw use as a background for scenes from the fourth season of the TV series " Glee ". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Retrieved The New York Times. Morphosis Architects. Archived from the original on 17 March New York Daily News. Archived from the original on In the summer, the panels stay shut to cut out 50 percent of the light and keep the building cool; in the winter, they stay open longer to allow the building to absorb sunlight and stay warm.

Fresh Morphosis: New York: Rizzoli. Archived from the original on January 26, Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Languages Italiano Edit links. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. New York , NY LEED Platinum [1]. Primary elevators stop at the first, fifth and eighth floors, encouraging passengers to use the big stairs and overpasses. Side stop at every floor, in compliance with regulations and to be used for certain tasks such as moving materials, artworks or equipment.

The academic program includes laboratory and exhibition halls, hall, lounge, multipurpose space and commercial premises. Designed primarily to house the School of Engineering and the Cooper Union School of Art, the first 8 floors above ground are devoted to classrooms, small engineering labs, study rooms, art studio space, and faculty offices.

The 9th floor, is completely dedicated to the Art School, in addition to the art studio spaces located throughout the building. The lowest basement is almost completely occupied by grades garages school and design labs, and much of the infrastructure and supply air conditioning. The first basement of the building mainly houses the Auditorium Frederick P. Rose, a smaller conference room, attendees, designed as an alternative to the Grand Chamber.

Also Menschel Conference Room on the first basement provides space for both classes as for meetings, with a system of high definition video conferencing linked to two other similar spaces on the upper floors of the building. The building is a continuation of the spirit of the institution, an open and accessible free education, symbolically open to the city. Visual transparencies and accessible public spaces connect the institution with its urban context to physical, social and cultural level.

At street level, the transparent facade invites the neighborhood to observe and participate in the intensity of activity contained in it. Many public functions, an exhibition gallery, meeting room and an auditorium of two hundred seats are available in an underground level.

In response to its urban context, the sculpted facade establishes a distinctive identity for Cooper Square. The entrance of the building curve rises to attract people into the hall, in a gesture of deference to the historic building of the Foundation. The facade registers the iconic curved profile as a central atrium glass figure that seems to be carved on the facade of the Third Avenue, connecting the creative and social center of the building to the street. This academic space at Cooper Union is a nine-story structure whose four articulated facades rising above a glass base structure built on two levels with inclined columns exposed poured in situ.

This open connective space, crossed at various levels by steps of structural steel and concrete bridges, allows interactive movement throughout the building, while opening corridors can view the adjacent buildings. Several structural materials complement the desired architectural concept and support a range of sustainable initiatives in the design of the structure, which made him earn LEED Platinum certification.

In its construction it has been used mainly steel, aluminum, glass and concrete, the latter visible in the outer inclined structural columns and part of the rear facade formwork where brands have been used as decoration.

An outer skin created by a semi-transparent layer of perforated stainless steel covers the glass facade of the building to provide indoor environmental control, while through transparencies can reveal the creative activity occurring within. Glass panels of the outer wall are mounted on aluminum.

Grid panels reduce the impact of solar radiation to help control the heat during the summer and insulate in winter indoors. The panels are 0.

These unified panel sections are connected with the edge of the slab by an engineering system with aluminum extrusions.

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41 COOPER SQUARE Architect's Statement Thom Mayne of Morphosis 41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to. 41 Cooper Square aspires to reflect the institution's stated goal to create an iconic building – one that reflects its values and aspirations as a. 41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to manifest the character, culture and vibrancy of both the year-old institution.

Founded by inventor, industrialist and philanthropist Peter Cooper in , The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art offers education in art, architecture and engineering, as well as courses in the humanities and social sciences. From its beginnings, Cooper Union was a unique institution, dedicated to founder Peter Cooper's proposition that education is the key not only to personal prosperity but to civic virtue and harmony.

Peter Cooper wanted his graduates to acquire the technical mastery and entrepreneurial skills, enrich their intellects and spark their creativity, and develop a sense of social justice that would translate into action. Cooper Union. Houghton, Jr. Gallery Frederick P. Who Is Eligible? After redevelopment is completed, an office tower designed by Fumihiko Maki will replace the former engineering building on 51 Astor place, with the Morphosis Academic Building on the former site of the art building just a block away.

The area around the site consists mostly of low to mid-rise buildings with small commercial businesses on ground level and residential spaces above. Mixed into the scene are various buildings belonging to New York University. The neighborhood was once the scene of early twentieth-century tenements and warehouses and a heady experimental art and cultural scene in the s and s.

Recent projects, most of which are part of the Cooper Union expansion plan, have started to change the modest physical profile. The site is serviced by two subway lines and many bus routes, which make it a desirable location for developers.

Mayne situated the lobby entrance of the building at the corner of the block to face the entrance of the Foundation Building. Also, the ground levels are visibly accessible to the public. Retail space lines the Third Avenue frontage of the Academic Building similar to the original arcades of the Foundation Building.

Both Mayne and Cooper Union wanted to create an iconic building that embodied the institution's values and aspirations as a center for advanced education in art, architecture and engineering. It was to be a vehicle for cross-disciplinary dialogue among the three disciplines, which had previously been housed in separate buildings.

Mayne designed the building from the inside out, starting with a central atrium, referred to as a vertical piazza. The atrium plays the role of the public square in the building where social interaction can occur.

Its form was created by carving out program space and circulation paths and is contained and accentuated in a steel lattice envelope that reaches the full height of the building. Classrooms, offices, studios, and laboratories surround the vertical atrium and are connected by three separate staircases. Two secondary staircases cross the atrium like bridges and connect the fourth to sixth and seventh to ninth floors.

To move from the sixth to seventh floor, one must use the fire stairs. The discontinuity of the staircases was intended to promote physical activity and to increase meeting opportunities. The main elevators are treated in a similar fashion where stops are limited to the first, fifth and eight floors, encouraging occupants to use the sky bridges and stairs.

Mayne concentrated the program of student activities on the same floors that are serviced by the skip stop elevator. Student circulation is made visible and from inside, Peter Cooper Park and the Foundation Building become the focus. The ground floor is kept transparent to maintain a visual connection between the public and the public programs of the building. Retail spaces and an exhibition gallery can be seen from street level. There is also a board room and two-hundred-seat auditorium on the lower level that houses public events.

The operable perforated stainless steel skin is offset from the glass but still attached to the main frame. Innovative technologies are introduced into the building system to maximize energy efficiency.

Radiant heating and cooling ceiling panels provide a more efficient means of achieving thermal comfort, a green roof helps insulate the building and collects storm water, and a cogeneration plant provides additional power but recovers waste heat. Nicolai Ouroussoff , architectural critic of The New York Times , praised the building as being an "example of how to create powerful architecture that is not afraid to engage its urban surroundings" [5] and "a bold architectural statement of genuine civic value.

The building appears in the U. It also appears in the third season of the television series Person of Interest as the headquarters for the fictitious company Lifetrace and in the first season of the television series Limitless as the headquarters for the fictitious company Claxion. It also saw use as a background for scenes from the fourth season of the TV series " Glee ". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Retrieved The New York Times. Morphosis Architects.

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Total space: , gross sq. ft., (nine stories plus two below grade; height: ft.) Laboratories: 39, sq. ft. Studios: 10, sq. 41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to manifest the character, culture and vibrancy of both the year-old institution. 41 Cooper Square, is the new academic building for college, privately funded, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art (The Cooper Union for.

Retail space lines the Third Avenue frontage of the Academic Building similar to the original arcades of the Foundation Building. Both Mayne and Cooper Union wanted to create an iconic building that embodied the institution's values and aspirations as a center for advanced education in art, architecture and engineering. It was to be a vehicle for cross-disciplinary dialogue among the three disciplines, which had previously been housed in separate buildings.

Mayne designed the building from the inside out, starting with a central atrium, referred to as a vertical piazza. The atrium plays the role of the public square in the building where social interaction can occur. Its form was created by carving out program space and circulation paths and is contained and accentuated in a steel lattice envelope that reaches the full height of the building. Classrooms, offices, studios, and laboratories surround the vertical atrium and are connected by three separate staircases.

Two secondary staircases cross the atrium like bridges and connect the fourth to sixth and seventh to ninth floors. To move from the sixth to seventh floor, one must use the fire stairs. The discontinuity of the staircases was intended to promote physical activity and to increase meeting opportunities.

The main elevators are treated in a similar fashion where stops are limited to the first, fifth and eight floors, encouraging occupants to use the sky bridges and stairs. Mayne concentrated the program of student activities on the same floors that are serviced by the skip stop elevator.

Student circulation is made visible and from inside, Peter Cooper Park and the Foundation Building become the focus. The ground floor is kept transparent to maintain a visual connection between the public and the public programs of the building. Retail spaces and an exhibition gallery can be seen from street level. There is also a board room and two-hundred-seat auditorium on the lower level that houses public events. The operable perforated stainless steel skin is offset from the glass but still attached to the main frame.

Innovative technologies are introduced into the building system to maximize energy efficiency. Radiant heating and cooling ceiling panels provide a more efficient means of achieving thermal comfort, a green roof helps insulate the building and collects storm water, and a cogeneration plant provides additional power but recovers waste heat.

Nicolai Ouroussoff , architectural critic of The New York Times , praised the building as being an "example of how to create powerful architecture that is not afraid to engage its urban surroundings" [5] and "a bold architectural statement of genuine civic value. The building appears in the U. It also appears in the third season of the television series Person of Interest as the headquarters for the fictitious company Lifetrace and in the first season of the television series Limitless as the headquarters for the fictitious company Claxion.

It also saw use as a background for scenes from the fourth season of the TV series " Glee ". Materials Doors Windows Staircases Building construction. Latest stories Upcoming fairs Recent architecture projects Magazine. All Product News Publish your product news. Morphosis Architects.

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In many lobbies different plants intended for socialization of students, numerous meeting spaces, closets and seating areas overlooking the cityscape, always around the central atrium are located.

Primary elevators stop at the first, fifth and eighth floors, encouraging passengers to use the big stairs and overpasses. Side stop at every floor, in compliance with regulations and to be used for certain tasks such as moving materials, artworks or equipment.

The academic program includes laboratory and exhibition halls, hall, lounge, multipurpose space and commercial premises. Designed primarily to house the School of Engineering and the Cooper Union School of Art, the first 8 floors above ground are devoted to classrooms, small engineering labs, study rooms, art studio space, and faculty offices.

The 9th floor, is completely dedicated to the Art School, in addition to the art studio spaces located throughout the building. The lowest basement is almost completely occupied by grades garages school and design labs, and much of the infrastructure and supply air conditioning.

The first basement of the building mainly houses the Auditorium Frederick P. Rose, a smaller conference room, attendees, designed as an alternative to the Grand Chamber. Also Menschel Conference Room on the first basement provides space for both classes as for meetings, with a system of high definition video conferencing linked to two other similar spaces on the upper floors of the building.

The building is a continuation of the spirit of the institution, an open and accessible free education, symbolically open to the city. Visual transparencies and accessible public spaces connect the institution with its urban context to physical, social and cultural level. At street level, the transparent facade invites the neighborhood to observe and participate in the intensity of activity contained in it. Many public functions, an exhibition gallery, meeting room and an auditorium of two hundred seats are available in an underground level.

In response to its urban context, the sculpted facade establishes a distinctive identity for Cooper Square. The entrance of the building curve rises to attract people into the hall, in a gesture of deference to the historic building of the Foundation. The facade registers the iconic curved profile as a central atrium glass figure that seems to be carved on the facade of the Third Avenue, connecting the creative and social center of the building to the street.

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41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to manifest the character, culture and vibrancy of both the 41 COOPER SQUARE Architect's Statement Thom Mayne of Morphosis 41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to. The building was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Thom Mayne and his firm Morphosis, and features state-of-the-art laboratories, classrooms and.

At street level, the transparent facade invites the neighborhood to observe and participate in the intensity of activity contained in it. Many public functions, an exhibition gallery, meeting room and an auditorium of two hundred seats are available in an underground level. In response to its urban context, the sculpted facade establishes a distinctive identity for Cooper Square. The entrance of the building curve rises to attract people into the hall, in a gesture of deference to the historic building of the Foundation.

The facade registers the iconic curved profile as a central atrium glass figure that seems to be carved on the facade of the Third Avenue, connecting the creative and social center of the building to the street. This academic space at Cooper Union is a nine-story structure whose four articulated facades rising above a glass base structure built on two levels with inclined columns exposed poured in situ.

This open connective space, crossed at various levels by steps of structural steel and concrete bridges, allows interactive movement throughout the building, while opening corridors can view the adjacent buildings.

Several structural materials complement the desired architectural concept and support a range of sustainable initiatives in the design of the structure, which made him earn LEED Platinum certification. In its construction it has been used mainly steel, aluminum, glass and concrete, the latter visible in the outer inclined structural columns and part of the rear facade formwork where brands have been used as decoration. An outer skin created by a semi-transparent layer of perforated stainless steel covers the glass facade of the building to provide indoor environmental control, while through transparencies can reveal the creative activity occurring within.

Glass panels of the outer wall are mounted on aluminum. Grid panels reduce the impact of solar radiation to help control the heat during the summer and insulate in winter indoors. The panels are 0. These unified panel sections are connected with the edge of the slab by an engineering system with aluminum extrusions.

Mostly metal panels are to 0. Except in a few places where the metal face pulls back to reveal all sections of glass, the inner wall of the building consists of a window wall system outside the slab. Slabs between the system includes a tympanum painted black soil rises 1.

Its demolition for the construction of the Academic Building was part of a broader plan to expand the university's "campus" and redevelop the neighboring area. The plan was put forth in the beginning of and proved to be very controversial. It originally called for a nine-story academic building to replace the Hewitt Building, a fifteen-story office complex to replace the engineering building, the removal of Taras Shevchenko Place a tiny street honoring a Ukrainian folk hero between St.

George's Ukrainian Church and the site , and the development of a parking lot on 26 Astor Place and an empty lot on Stuyvesant Street into a hotel or for another commercial tenant. Cooper Union needed approval from the City Planning Commission for the construction of larger than normal buildings and the transfer of zoning allowances between sites before the plan could be realized.

Local residents and community groups opposed the plan and proceeded with a lawsuit in hopes that the college's application would be rejected. They felt the proposal would turn the low-rise artistic character of the East Village into a typical midtown high-rise business district. The bulk of the two new buildings were reduced, Taras Shevchenko Place was to remain and the development of the lot on Stuyvesant Street was no longer pursued.

George Campbell Jr. Not only was the new space and resources needed by faculty and students, but the school needed new sources of revenue. Its revenue consisted of rent collected on the land below the Chrysler Building , which it owns, alumni donations, and an investment portfolio. The primary assets are in real estate and that is what the plan capitalized on.

Leasing out the parking lot and the office and commercial spaces in the new buildings would bring in much needed income for the school. On September 3, , the expansion plan was approved by the City Planning Commission. The necessary zoning changes were permitted, allowing the school to maximize the amount of office space in the new tower and have commercial space on land that was restricted to educational and philanthropic uses. The city planners felt the public good that Cooper Union provided outweighed the impact on the community.

Construction took place from to , during which Morphosis set up a temporary office in the lobby of the Foundation building. Prior to Cooper Union's expansion plan, the campus consisted of three academic buildings, one for each of the disciplines of art, architecture, and engineering, and a seventeen-story dormitory.

After redevelopment is completed, an office tower designed by Fumihiko Maki will replace the former engineering building on 51 Astor place, with the Morphosis Academic Building on the former site of the art building just a block away. The area around the site consists mostly of low to mid-rise buildings with small commercial businesses on ground level and residential spaces above.

Mixed into the scene are various buildings belonging to New York University. The neighborhood was once the scene of early twentieth-century tenements and warehouses and a heady experimental art and cultural scene in the s and s. Recent projects, most of which are part of the Cooper Union expansion plan, have started to change the modest physical profile.

On the fifth through ninth floors, sky lobbies and meeting places, including a student lounge, seminar rooms, lockers, and seating areas overlooking the cityscape, are organized around the central atrium. Sky bridges span the atrium to create connections between these informal spaces. Educational Project. Drawing courtesy Morphosis Axonometric Site Plan. Drawing courtesy Morphosis Plan Level One.

Drawing courtesy Morphosis Plan Level Two. Drawing courtesy Morphosis Plan Level Four.

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41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to manifest the character, culture and vibrancy of both the year-old institution. 41 Cooper Square, is the new academic building for college, privately funded, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art (The Cooper Union for. 41 Cooper Square aspires to reflect the institution's stated goal to create an iconic building – one that reflects its values and aspirations as a.

Sky bridges span the atrium to create connections between these informal spaces. Educational Project. Drawing courtesy Morphosis Axonometric Site Plan.

Drawing courtesy Morphosis Plan Level One. Drawing courtesy Morphosis Plan Level Two. Drawing courtesy Morphosis Plan Level Four. Drawing courtesy Morphosis Plan Level Nine.

In the fall of , the U. Green Building Council awarded 41 Cooper Square the LEED Platinum rating, its most rigorous level of certification that acknowledges the building's array of green features which reduce energy use and enhance the environment. The signage was designed by Pentagram. Click here to see upcoming public events at the 41 Cooper Square and the Rose Auditorium.

Radiant heating and cooling ceiling panels provide a more efficient means of achieving thermal comfort, a green roof helps insulate the building and collects storm water, and a cogeneration plant provides additional power but recovers waste heat.

Nicolai Ouroussoff , architectural critic of The New York Times , praised the building as being an "example of how to create powerful architecture that is not afraid to engage its urban surroundings" [5] and "a bold architectural statement of genuine civic value.

The building appears in the U. It also appears in the third season of the television series Person of Interest as the headquarters for the fictitious company Lifetrace and in the first season of the television series Limitless as the headquarters for the fictitious company Claxion. It also saw use as a background for scenes from the fourth season of the TV series " Glee ". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved The New York Times. Morphosis Architects. Archived from the original on 17 March New York Daily News.

Archived from the original on In the summer, the panels stay shut to cut out 50 percent of the light and keep the building cool; in the winter, they stay open longer to allow the building to absorb sunlight and stay warm. Fresh Morphosis: New York: Rizzoli. Archived from the original on January 26, Namespaces Article Talk.

Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Languages Italiano Edit links. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. New York , NY LEED Platinum [1].

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41 Cooper Square, is the new academic building for college, privately funded, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art (The Cooper Union for. 41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to manifest the character, culture and vibrancy of both the 41 Cooper Square aspires to reflect the institution's stated goal to create an iconic building – one that reflects its values and aspirations as a.

The panels reduce the impact of heat radiation during the summer and insulate interior spaces during the winter. This contributes to making the new building 40 percent more energy efficient than a standard building of its type.

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Specified products. Specified manufacturers. Zumtobel Lighting Dornbirn, Austria. Visitors also selected Visitors interested in this project also looked at these projects:. Founded by inventor, industrialist and philanthropist Peter Cooper in , The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art offers education in art, architecture and engineering, as well as courses in the humanities and social sciences. From its beginnings, Cooper Union was a unique institution, dedicated to founder Peter Cooper's proposition that education is the key not only to personal prosperity but to civic virtue and harmony.

Peter Cooper wanted his graduates to acquire the technical mastery and entrepreneurial skills, enrich their intellects and spark their creativity, and develop a sense of social justice that would translate into action. Cooper Union. Houghton, Jr. Gallery Frederick P. Who Is Eligible?

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Total space: , gross sq. ft., (nine stories plus two below grade; height: ft.) Laboratories: 39, sq. ft. Studios: 10, sq. 41 COOPER SQUARE Architect's Statement Thom Mayne of Morphosis 41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to. 41 Cooper Square aspires to reflect the institution's stated goal to create an iconic building – one that reflects its values and aspirations as a.

Sky bridges span the atrium to create connections between these informal spaces. Educational Project. Drawing courtesy Morphosis Axonometric Site Plan. Drawing courtesy Morphosis Plan Level One. Drawing courtesy Morphosis Plan Level Two.

Drawing courtesy Morphosis Plan Level Four. Drawing courtesy Morphosis Plan Level Nine. Drawing courtesy Morphosis Section. Drawing courtesy Morphosis Atrium rotated views. Denmark Educational. Community Educational Faroe Islands. A vertical piazza—the central space for informal social, intellectual and creative exchange—forms the heart of the new academic building. An undulating lattice envelopes a foot wide grand stair which ascends four stories from the ground level through the sky-lit central atrium, which itself reaches to the full height of the building.

This vertical piazza is the social heart of the building, providing a place for impromptu and planned meetings, student gatherings, lectures, and for the intellectual debate that defines the academic environment. From the double-high entry lobby, the grand stair ascends four stories to terminate in a glazed double-high student lounge overlooking the city.

On the fifth through ninth floors, sky lobbies and meeting places—including a student lounge, seminar rooms, lockers, and seating areas overlooking the cityscape—are organized around the central atrium.

Sky bridges span the atrium to create connections between these informal spaces. The primary skip-stop elevators, which make stops at the first, fifth and eighth floors, encourage occupants to use the grand stairs and sky bridges. Secondary elevators stop at each floor, both for ADA compliance and for the practical tasks of moving materials, artworks, and equipment. Visual transparencies and accessible public spaces connect the institution to the physical, social and cultural fabric of its urban context.

At street level, the transparent facade invites the neighborhood to observe and to take part in the intensity of activity contained within. Many of the public functions - an exhibition gallery, board room and a two-hundred-seat auditorium - are easily accessible one level below grade. Responding to its urban context, the sculpted facade establishes a distinctive identity for Cooper Square.

The panels reduce the impact of heat radiation during the summer and insulate interior spaces during the winter. This contributes to making the new building 40 percent more energy efficient than a standard building of its type. September Chairman Ronald W. Photographer: Morphosis Architects.

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41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to manifest the character, culture and vibrancy of both the 41 Cooper Square, is the new academic building for college, privately funded, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art (The Cooper Union for. 41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to manifest the character, culture and vibrancy of both the year-old institution.

The plan was put forth in the beginning of and proved to be very controversial. It originally called for a nine-story academic building to replace the Hewitt Building, a fifteen-story office complex to replace the engineering building, the removal of Taras Shevchenko Place a tiny street honoring a Ukrainian folk hero between St.

George's Ukrainian Church and the site , and the development of a parking lot on 26 Astor Place and an empty lot on Stuyvesant Street into a hotel or for another commercial tenant. Cooper Union needed approval from the City Planning Commission for the construction of larger than normal buildings and the transfer of zoning allowances between sites before the plan could be realized.

Local residents and community groups opposed the plan and proceeded with a lawsuit in hopes that the college's application would be rejected.

They felt the proposal would turn the low-rise artistic character of the East Village into a typical midtown high-rise business district. The bulk of the two new buildings were reduced, Taras Shevchenko Place was to remain and the development of the lot on Stuyvesant Street was no longer pursued. George Campbell Jr. Not only was the new space and resources needed by faculty and students, but the school needed new sources of revenue. Its revenue consisted of rent collected on the land below the Chrysler Building , which it owns, alumni donations, and an investment portfolio.

The primary assets are in real estate and that is what the plan capitalized on. Leasing out the parking lot and the office and commercial spaces in the new buildings would bring in much needed income for the school. On September 3, , the expansion plan was approved by the City Planning Commission. The necessary zoning changes were permitted, allowing the school to maximize the amount of office space in the new tower and have commercial space on land that was restricted to educational and philanthropic uses.

The city planners felt the public good that Cooper Union provided outweighed the impact on the community. Construction took place from to , during which Morphosis set up a temporary office in the lobby of the Foundation building.

Prior to Cooper Union's expansion plan, the campus consisted of three academic buildings, one for each of the disciplines of art, architecture, and engineering, and a seventeen-story dormitory. After redevelopment is completed, an office tower designed by Fumihiko Maki will replace the former engineering building on 51 Astor place, with the Morphosis Academic Building on the former site of the art building just a block away.

The area around the site consists mostly of low to mid-rise buildings with small commercial businesses on ground level and residential spaces above. Mixed into the scene are various buildings belonging to New York University.

The neighborhood was once the scene of early twentieth-century tenements and warehouses and a heady experimental art and cultural scene in the s and s. Recent projects, most of which are part of the Cooper Union expansion plan, have started to change the modest physical profile. The site is serviced by two subway lines and many bus routes, which make it a desirable location for developers. Mayne situated the lobby entrance of the building at the corner of the block to face the entrance of the Foundation Building.

Also, the ground levels are visibly accessible to the public. Retail space lines the Third Avenue frontage of the Academic Building similar to the original arcades of the Foundation Building. Both Mayne and Cooper Union wanted to create an iconic building that embodied the institution's values and aspirations as a center for advanced education in art, architecture and engineering. It was to be a vehicle for cross-disciplinary dialogue among the three disciplines, which had previously been housed in separate buildings.

Mayne designed the building from the inside out, starting with a central atrium, referred to as a vertical piazza. The atrium plays the role of the public square in the building where social interaction can occur. Its form was created by carving out program space and circulation paths and is contained and accentuated in a steel lattice envelope that reaches the full height of the building.

Classrooms, offices, studios, and laboratories surround the vertical atrium and are connected by three separate staircases. Two secondary staircases cross the atrium like bridges and connect the fourth to sixth and seventh to ninth floors.

To move from the sixth to seventh floor, one must use the fire stairs. The discontinuity of the staircases was intended to promote physical activity and to increase meeting opportunities. Click here to see upcoming public events at the 41 Cooper Square and the Rose Auditorium.

Founded by inventor, industrialist and philanthropist Peter Cooper in , The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art offers education in art, architecture and engineering, as well as courses in the humanities and social sciences. From its beginnings, Cooper Union was a unique institution, dedicated to founder Peter Cooper's proposition that education is the key not only to personal prosperity but to civic virtue and harmony. Peter Cooper wanted his graduates to acquire the technical mastery and entrepreneurial skills, enrich their intellects and spark their creativity, and develop a sense of social justice that would translate into action.

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The building was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Thom Mayne and his firm Morphosis, and features state-of-the-art laboratories, classrooms and. 41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to manifest the character, culture and vibrancy of both the year-old institution. 41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to manifest the character, culture and vibrancy of both the

On the fifth through ninth floors, sky lobbies and meeting places—including a student lounge, seminar rooms, lockers, and seating areas overlooking the cityscape—are organized around the central atrium. Sky bridges span the atrium to create connections between these informal spaces. The primary skip-stop elevators, which make stops at the first, fifth and eighth floors, encourage occupants to use the grand stairs and sky bridges. Secondary elevators stop at each floor, both for ADA compliance and for the practical tasks of moving materials, artworks, and equipment.

Visual transparencies and accessible public spaces connect the institution to the physical, social and cultural fabric of its urban context. At street level, the transparent facade invites the neighborhood to observe and to take part in the intensity of activity contained within.

Many of the public functions - an exhibition gallery, board room and a two-hundred-seat auditorium - are easily accessible one level below grade.

Responding to its urban context, the sculpted facade establishes a distinctive identity for Cooper Square. Advanced green building initiatives include:. An operable building skin made of perforated stainless steel panels offset from a glass and aluminum window wall.

The panels reduce the impact of heat radiation during the summer and insulate interior spaces during the winter. Radiant heating and cooling ceiling panels introduce innovative HVAC technology that will boost energy efficiency.

This contributes to making the new building 40 percent more energy efficient than a standard building of its type. A full-height atrium enables unique circulation for building occupants, improves the flow of air and provides increased interior day lighting. A cogeneration plant provides additional power to the building, recovers waste heat and effectively cuts energy costs.

Flexible state-of-the-art laboratories, studios and classrooms are specifically designed to accommodate pedagogical objectives, as well as current and future research activities. You'll now receive updates based on what you follow!

Product News Photographer: Iwan Baan. A vertical piazza—the central space for informal social, intellectual and creative exchange—forms the heart of the new academic building. An undulating lattice envelopes a foot wide grand stair which ascends four stories from the ground level through the sky-lit central atrium, which itself reaches to the full height of the building.

This vertical piazza is the social heart of the building, providing a place for impromptu and planned meetings, student gatherings, lectures, and for the intellectual debate that defines the academic environment. From the double-high entry lobby, the grand stair ascends four stories to terminate in a glazed double-high student lounge overlooking the city.

On the fifth through ninth floors, sky lobbies and meeting places—including a student lounge, seminar rooms, lockers, and seating areas overlooking the cityscape—are organized around the central atrium. Sky bridges span the atrium to create connections between these informal spaces.

The primary skip-stop elevators, which make stops at the first, fifth and eighth floors, encourage occupants to use the grand stairs and sky bridges. Secondary elevators stop at each floor, both for ADA compliance and for the practical tasks of moving materials, artworks, and equipment. Visual transparencies and accessible public spaces connect the institution to the physical, social and cultural fabric of its urban context. At street level, the transparent facade invites the neighborhood to observe and to take part in the intensity of activity contained within.

Many of the public functions - an exhibition gallery, board room and a two-hundred-seat auditorium - are easily accessible one level below grade. Responding to its urban context, the sculpted facade establishes a distinctive identity for Cooper Square.

The panels reduce the impact of heat radiation during the summer and insulate interior spaces during the winter.

This contributes to making the new building 40 percent more energy efficient than a standard building of its type. September Chairman Ronald W. Photographer: Morphosis Architects. Try Visual Search Search with a picture instead of text. Drag one image here or browse.

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The building was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Thom Mayne and his firm Morphosis, and features state-of-the-art laboratories, classrooms and. 41 Cooper Square is the first LEED-certified academic laboratory building in New York City. With a Platinum rating, the project's advanced green building initiatives​. 41 Cooper Square, designed by architect Thom Mayne of Morphosis, is a nine-​story, ,square-foot (16, m2) academic center that houses the Albert.

The panels reduce the impact of heat radiation during the summer and insulate interior spaces during the winter. This contributes to making the new building 40 percent more energy efficient than a standard building of its type. September Chairman Ronald W.

Photographer: Morphosis Architects. Try Visual Search Search with a picture instead of text. Drag one image here or browse. Click a sample image to try it. Kitchen Bath Wellness. Sanitaryware Kitchen. Interior lighting Outdoor lighting. Textiles Parking systems Floor Wall. Materials Doors Windows Staircases Building construction. Latest stories Upcoming fairs Recent architecture projects Magazine.

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Visitors also selected Visitors interested in this project also looked at these projects:. The atrium plays the role of the public square in the building where social interaction can occur. Its form was created by carving out program space and circulation paths and is contained and accentuated in a steel lattice envelope that reaches the full height of the building.

Classrooms, offices, studios, and laboratories surround the vertical atrium and are connected by three separate staircases. Two secondary staircases cross the atrium like bridges and connect the fourth to sixth and seventh to ninth floors.

To move from the sixth to seventh floor, one must use the fire stairs. The discontinuity of the staircases was intended to promote physical activity and to increase meeting opportunities. The main elevators are treated in a similar fashion where stops are limited to the first, fifth and eight floors, encouraging occupants to use the sky bridges and stairs. Mayne concentrated the program of student activities on the same floors that are serviced by the skip stop elevator.

Student circulation is made visible and from inside, Peter Cooper Park and the Foundation Building become the focus. The ground floor is kept transparent to maintain a visual connection between the public and the public programs of the building.

Retail spaces and an exhibition gallery can be seen from street level. There is also a board room and two-hundred-seat auditorium on the lower level that houses public events.

The operable perforated stainless steel skin is offset from the glass but still attached to the main frame. Innovative technologies are introduced into the building system to maximize energy efficiency.

Radiant heating and cooling ceiling panels provide a more efficient means of achieving thermal comfort, a green roof helps insulate the building and collects storm water, and a cogeneration plant provides additional power but recovers waste heat.

Nicolai Ouroussoff , architectural critic of The New York Times , praised the building as being an "example of how to create powerful architecture that is not afraid to engage its urban surroundings" [5] and "a bold architectural statement of genuine civic value.

The building appears in the U. It also appears in the third season of the television series Person of Interest as the headquarters for the fictitious company Lifetrace and in the first season of the television series Limitless as the headquarters for the fictitious company Claxion. It also saw use as a background for scenes from the fourth season of the TV series " Glee ".

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved The New York Times. Morphosis Architects. Archived from the original on 17 March New York Daily News.

Archived from the original on In the summer, the panels stay shut to cut out 50 percent of the light and keep the building cool; in the winter, they stay open longer to allow the building to absorb sunlight and stay warm.

Fresh Morphosis: New York: Rizzoli. Archived from the original on January 26, Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.

Languages Italiano Edit links. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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41 COOPER SQUARE Architect's Statement Thom Mayne of Morphosis 41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to. 41 Cooper Square, is the new academic building for college, privately funded, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art (The Cooper Union for. 41 Cooper Square is the first LEED-certified academic laboratory building in New York City. With a Platinum rating, the project's advanced green building initiatives​.

Thom Mayne of Morphosis architecture firm took this legacy into account when designing the new building of the Cooper Union, a plant with 16,m2 containing studios, classrooms and laboratories to develop programs of art, architecture and engineering. The building has been defined as a vertical square stacked, organized around a central atrium that encourages social exchange. Internally, the building is conceived as a vehicle to foster collaboration and interdisciplinary dialogue between the three schools of the university, previously located in separate buildings.

This vertical square is the social heart of the building, providing a place for impromptu or scheduled meetings, student meetings, conferences, and intellectual debate that defines the academic environment. The central space, a vertical square, designed for the social, intellectual and creative exchange is the heart of the new academic building.

From the entrance hall, whose height reaches the top floor, a grand staircase of 6. The grand staircase is used for both ascent and recreational space for students. In many lobbies different plants intended for socialization of students, numerous meeting spaces, closets and seating areas overlooking the cityscape, always around the central atrium are located.

Primary elevators stop at the first, fifth and eighth floors, encouraging passengers to use the big stairs and overpasses. Side stop at every floor, in compliance with regulations and to be used for certain tasks such as moving materials, artworks or equipment.

The academic program includes laboratory and exhibition halls, hall, lounge, multipurpose space and commercial premises. Designed primarily to house the School of Engineering and the Cooper Union School of Art, the first 8 floors above ground are devoted to classrooms, small engineering labs, study rooms, art studio space, and faculty offices. The 9th floor, is completely dedicated to the Art School, in addition to the art studio spaces located throughout the building.

The lowest basement is almost completely occupied by grades garages school and design labs, and much of the infrastructure and supply air conditioning. The first basement of the building mainly houses the Auditorium Frederick P. Rose, a smaller conference room, attendees, designed as an alternative to the Grand Chamber. Also Menschel Conference Room on the first basement provides space for both classes as for meetings, with a system of high definition video conferencing linked to two other similar spaces on the upper floors of the building.

The building is a continuation of the spirit of the institution, an open and accessible free education, symbolically open to the city. Visual transparencies and accessible public spaces connect the institution with its urban context to physical, social and cultural level. At street level, the transparent facade invites the neighborhood to observe and participate in the intensity of activity contained in it. Many public functions, an exhibition gallery, meeting room and an auditorium of two hundred seats are available in an underground level.

In response to its urban context, the sculpted facade establishes a distinctive identity for Cooper Square. The entrance of the building curve rises to attract people into the hall, in a gesture of deference to the historic building of the Foundation. The facade registers the iconic curved profile as a central atrium glass figure that seems to be carved on the facade of the Third Avenue, connecting the creative and social center of the building to the street.

This academic space at Cooper Union is a nine-story structure whose four articulated facades rising above a glass base structure built on two levels with inclined columns exposed poured in situ.

The atrium plays the role of the public square in the building where social interaction can occur. Its form was created by carving out program space and circulation paths and is contained and accentuated in a steel lattice envelope that reaches the full height of the building.

Classrooms, offices, studios, and laboratories surround the vertical atrium and are connected by three separate staircases. Two secondary staircases cross the atrium like bridges and connect the fourth to sixth and seventh to ninth floors.

To move from the sixth to seventh floor, one must use the fire stairs. The discontinuity of the staircases was intended to promote physical activity and to increase meeting opportunities.

The main elevators are treated in a similar fashion where stops are limited to the first, fifth and eight floors, encouraging occupants to use the sky bridges and stairs. Mayne concentrated the program of student activities on the same floors that are serviced by the skip stop elevator. Student circulation is made visible and from inside, Peter Cooper Park and the Foundation Building become the focus.

The ground floor is kept transparent to maintain a visual connection between the public and the public programs of the building. Retail spaces and an exhibition gallery can be seen from street level. There is also a board room and two-hundred-seat auditorium on the lower level that houses public events. The operable perforated stainless steel skin is offset from the glass but still attached to the main frame.

Innovative technologies are introduced into the building system to maximize energy efficiency. Radiant heating and cooling ceiling panels provide a more efficient means of achieving thermal comfort, a green roof helps insulate the building and collects storm water, and a cogeneration plant provides additional power but recovers waste heat. Nicolai Ouroussoff , architectural critic of The New York Times , praised the building as being an "example of how to create powerful architecture that is not afraid to engage its urban surroundings" [5] and "a bold architectural statement of genuine civic value.

The building appears in the U. It also appears in the third season of the television series Person of Interest as the headquarters for the fictitious company Lifetrace and in the first season of the television series Limitless as the headquarters for the fictitious company Claxion. It also saw use as a background for scenes from the fourth season of the TV series " Glee ". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved The New York Times. Morphosis Architects. Archived from the original on 17 March New York Daily News.

Archived from the original on In the summer, the panels stay shut to cut out 50 percent of the light and keep the building cool; in the winter, they stay open longer to allow the building to absorb sunlight and stay warm.

Fresh Morphosis: New York: Rizzoli. Archived from the original on January 26, Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Languages Italiano Edit links. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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The building was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Thom Mayne and his firm Morphosis, and features state-of-the-art laboratories, classrooms and. 41 Cooper Square aspires to reflect the institution's stated goal to create an iconic building – one that reflects its values and aspirations as a. 41 Cooper Square, designed by architect Thom Mayne of Morphosis, is a nine-​story, ,square-foot (16, m2) academic center that houses the Albert.

This open connective space, crossed at various levels by steps of structural steel and concrete bridges, allows interactive movement throughout the building, while opening corridors can view the adjacent buildings. Several structural materials complement the desired architectural concept and support a range of sustainable initiatives in the design of the structure, which made him earn LEED Platinum certification.

In its construction it has been used mainly steel, aluminum, glass and concrete, the latter visible in the outer inclined structural columns and part of the rear facade formwork where brands have been used as decoration.

An outer skin created by a semi-transparent layer of perforated stainless steel covers the glass facade of the building to provide indoor environmental control, while through transparencies can reveal the creative activity occurring within.

Glass panels of the outer wall are mounted on aluminum. Grid panels reduce the impact of solar radiation to help control the heat during the summer and insulate in winter indoors. The panels are 0. These unified panel sections are connected with the edge of the slab by an engineering system with aluminum extrusions. Mostly metal panels are to 0. Except in a few places where the metal face pulls back to reveal all sections of glass, the inner wall of the building consists of a window wall system outside the slab.

Slabs between the system includes a tympanum painted black soil rises 1. Exposed areas are glass curtain walls were structurally unified and assembled into aluminum frames.

Rain water is filtered and reused for maintenance. The high atrium allows the movement of the occupants of the building, improves airflow and provides greater interior lighting during the day.

A cogeneration plant provides additional power to the building, recovering waste heat and effectively reducing energy costs. Art laboratories and classrooms are specially designed to accommodate the educational objectives and activities of current and future research. Morphosis Architect.

There is also a board room and two-hundred-seat auditorium on the lower level that houses public events. The operable perforated stainless steel skin is offset from the glass but still attached to the main frame. Innovative technologies are introduced into the building system to maximize energy efficiency. Radiant heating and cooling ceiling panels provide a more efficient means of achieving thermal comfort, a green roof helps insulate the building and collects storm water, and a cogeneration plant provides additional power but recovers waste heat.

Nicolai Ouroussoff , architectural critic of The New York Times , praised the building as being an "example of how to create powerful architecture that is not afraid to engage its urban surroundings" [5] and "a bold architectural statement of genuine civic value.

The building appears in the U. It also appears in the third season of the television series Person of Interest as the headquarters for the fictitious company Lifetrace and in the first season of the television series Limitless as the headquarters for the fictitious company Claxion. It also saw use as a background for scenes from the fourth season of the TV series " Glee ". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Retrieved The New York Times. Morphosis Architects. Archived from the original on 17 March New York Daily News. Archived from the original on In the summer, the panels stay shut to cut out 50 percent of the light and keep the building cool; in the winter, they stay open longer to allow the building to absorb sunlight and stay warm. Fresh Morphosis: New York: Rizzoli. Archived from the original on January 26, Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.

Languages Italiano Edit links. Drawing courtesy Morphosis Plan Level Two. Drawing courtesy Morphosis Plan Level Four. Drawing courtesy Morphosis Plan Level Nine. Drawing courtesy Morphosis Section. Drawing courtesy Morphosis Atrium rotated views. Denmark Educational. Community Educational Faroe Islands.

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41 Cooper Square, is the new academic building for college, privately funded, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art (The Cooper Union for. 41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to manifest the character, culture and vibrancy of both the year-old institution. 41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to manifest the character, culture and vibrancy of both the

A full-height atrium enables unique circulation for building occupants, improves the flow of air and provides increased interior day lighting. A cogeneration plant provides additional power to the building, recovers waste heat and effectively cuts energy costs. Flexible state-of-the-art laboratories, studios and classrooms are specifically designed to accommodate pedagogical objectives, as well as current and future research activities.

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Share Share Facebook. About this office. Products Glass Steel. Read comments. Did you know? The East Village has long been friendly neighborhood where the neighbors transmit their way of life and tastes, regardless of what they think those who visit. Thom Mayne of Morphosis architecture firm took this legacy into account when designing the new building of the Cooper Union, a plant with 16,m2 containing studios, classrooms and laboratories to develop programs of art, architecture and engineering.

The building has been defined as a vertical square stacked, organized around a central atrium that encourages social exchange. Internally, the building is conceived as a vehicle to foster collaboration and interdisciplinary dialogue between the three schools of the university, previously located in separate buildings.

This vertical square is the social heart of the building, providing a place for impromptu or scheduled meetings, student meetings, conferences, and intellectual debate that defines the academic environment. The central space, a vertical square, designed for the social, intellectual and creative exchange is the heart of the new academic building.

From the entrance hall, whose height reaches the top floor, a grand staircase of 6. The grand staircase is used for both ascent and recreational space for students. In many lobbies different plants intended for socialization of students, numerous meeting spaces, closets and seating areas overlooking the cityscape, always around the central atrium are located. Primary elevators stop at the first, fifth and eighth floors, encouraging passengers to use the big stairs and overpasses.

Side stop at every floor, in compliance with regulations and to be used for certain tasks such as moving materials, artworks or equipment. The academic program includes laboratory and exhibition halls, hall, lounge, multipurpose space and commercial premises. Designed primarily to house the School of Engineering and the Cooper Union School of Art, the first 8 floors above ground are devoted to classrooms, small engineering labs, study rooms, art studio space, and faculty offices.

The 9th floor, is completely dedicated to the Art School, in addition to the art studio spaces located throughout the building. The lowest basement is almost completely occupied by grades garages school and design labs, and much of the infrastructure and supply air conditioning. The first basement of the building mainly houses the Auditorium Frederick P. Rose, a smaller conference room, attendees, designed as an alternative to the Grand Chamber. Also Menschel Conference Room on the first basement provides space for both classes as for meetings, with a system of high definition video conferencing linked to two other similar spaces on the upper floors of the building.

The building is a continuation of the spirit of the institution, an open and accessible free education, symbolically open to the city. Visual transparencies and accessible public spaces connect the institution with its urban context to physical, social and cultural level. At street level, the transparent facade invites the neighborhood to observe and participate in the intensity of activity contained in it.

Many public functions, an exhibition gallery, meeting room and an auditorium of two hundred seats are available in an underground level. In response to its urban context, the sculpted facade establishes a distinctive identity for Cooper Square. The entrance of the building curve rises to attract people into the hall, in a gesture of deference to the historic building of the Foundation.

The facade registers the iconic curved profile as a central atrium glass figure that seems to be carved on the facade of the Third Avenue, connecting the creative and social center of the building to the street.

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