Saving great architecture is just as important as making it: BNIM’s design for the American Enterprise Group - National Headquarters Renovation received a 2016 National AIA Institute Honor Award for Architecture.
These individuals join BNIM’s existing leadership toward realizing our collective capacity as design thinkers solving the local and global design challenges of our clients. As BNIM celebrates its 45th anniversary, the firm is focused on Building Positive, an initiative that is concentrated on strengthening our business, our communities and—our greatest asset—our people. Within each focus area, we are building positive attributes of our brand so that we may continue to enhance the lives of the people we serve.
BNIM is currently working to design new facilities for UCLA's Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science (HSSEAS). The development of the Western Institute of Nanoelectronics (WIN) and Green Engineering and Metrology (GEM) building (Phase I) on the UCLA campus represents the highest of aspirations for the research community in supporting the advancement of clean and green technologies. The building will house three primary driving Centers of Excellence in the field of nano-systems and clean technology. The WIN-GEM facility will provide space for faculty and their industrial collaborators to perform research and development in energy harvesting, storage, conservation and management. As such the facility is thoughtfully designed for collaborative, multidisciplinary research, and the building itself is thought of as an expression and armature of that research. With Moore Ruble Yudell
More beautiful than the dress designed and fabricated for the 2015 Color+Couture fashion show, was the multidisciplinary and collaborative process that transpired during early morning meetings at BNIM. The team realized early in the process that, much like an architectural project, the design improved by the various skills and backgrounds present at the