The new Todd Bolender Center for Dance and Creativity involves the preservation and adaptive reuse of the former Power House at Union Station.
The plan will help Tuscaloosa emerge from this disaster stronger and more capable city than ever before.
The current Plan includes recommendations for growing a sustainable future at Oberlin College and the town of Oberlin.
This expansion to The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art features five striking glass 'lenses' rising from the rolling terrain.
BNIM brought experience in sustainable disaster recovery and community engagement to the Recovery Plan.
Chatham University's Eden Hall Campus aims to become an international leader in selected issues related to the environment and sustainability.
The team used the urban design principles of walkability, mixed-use, connectivity, compactness, sustainability and community for this development.
The design of new Egyptian Gallery features clean, modern details, which place emphasis on the collection itself.
The newest facility at City Union Mission is dedicated to renewing the lives of homeless men.
The Greensburg Main Street Streetscape is the greenest Main Street in the United States.
BNIM is working with Design Architect Steven Holl Architects to design the University of Iowa Visual Arts Building.
This educational campus uses integrated sustainable strategies and teaches urban residents about conservation.
BNIM worked with local teachers and non-for-profit organizations to develop a curriculum to educate youth about their local watershed.
The creation of the Sarah and Landon Rowland American Art Galleries serves as a testament to the renewed value of American Art.
The Plaza Colonnade is an innovative and successful public-private partnership comprised of commercial and institutional uses.
The Center is intended to be a â€śliving campusâ€ť, demonstrating state-of-the-art sustainable design methodologies.
BNIM is working with the TVCDC, multiple tribal governmental agencies, local non-profits, a team of experts and the Oglala Lakota Oyate to develop a Regional Plan for Sustainable Development.
The historic Bancroft School is being redeveloped into housing and community spaces for the Manheim Park neighborhood in Kansas City.
The master plan to renovate Kansas City's historic City Hall establishes a long-term vision that restores the dignity and functionality to the building and its grounds.
BNIM is currently serving as Associate Architect with Design Architect Steven Holl Architects to design a new facility at Princeton University.
BNIM worked with MSU to design a new 295-bed housing facility.
The American Indian Art Galleries bring to fruition the Museumâ€™s long-standing efforts to illuminate the importance of Native artistic traditions.
The plaza and parking structure for the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art features a reflecting pool and installation by Walter De Maria.
BNIM worked with the EPA to develop an environmentally and economically sustainable plan for Jefferson City, Missouri
This national contest challenged teams to create models of what some of the nationâ€™s prominent urban centers could look like in 100 years.
BNIM designed this vibrant new continued learning/life skills center for active seniors.
The Ford Learning Center fulfills the museumâ€™s educational program needs for children, adults, families and urban-core youth agencies.
BNIM was commissioned to develop a design that recognized both the rich Beaux-Arts detailing of original museum and the modern celebration of light and space in the Bloch Building.
Expanding Kansas Cityâ€™s premier venue for conferences, Bartle Hall, with a LEED Certified ballroom.
BNIM was selected to complete a Plan Update for the City of Riverside, MO.
The Merriam Historic Plaza and Visitors Bureau is intended to serve as a gateway to the City of Merriam.
BNIM worked with the people of Fargo to update the City's Comprehensive Plan.
Align Collaborativeâ€™s conceptual master plan transformed the Airport Lands into a sustainable and nurturing environment
BNIM is working with M+ Architects to design the Learning Center Addition to the Sioux City Art Center.
The new North Parking Garage is a mixed-use facility designed to serve the the Rockhurst University campus and adjacent community.
BNIM and Burt-Hill created a unique memorial dedicated to the thousands of men and women who risked their lives fighting for our country.
The Point Pavilion is an iconic performance setting in Riverfront Park.
BNIM was selected to help lead the recovery planning of Springfield after a tornado ripped through the city.
The Sustainable Reuse Plan is a framework that will guide the future land use and development of the Municipal Farm site.
The Administrative Office renovation is one of several sequential renovation projects that have taken place at the Museum beginning in 2000.
BNIM designed the residence, constructed from five shipping containers, as a light-filled, open space.
BNIM is currently working with the Boy Scouts of America to design and construct the Summit Bechtel Reserve in the Appalachian mountains of West Virginia
BNIM was retained by the City of Riverside to create the Comprehensive Master Plan and Implementation Guidelines to lead the City into a new decade.
BNIM led the design of the Board of Public Utilities Office building that includes administrative offices, a public lobby and boardroom space.
The Plaza Branch Library offers something special for children and their parents, students and their teachers, community members and their visitors.
The new Health & Wellness Center, designed by BNIM, adds a vital piece to the unique Tribal College campus.
An 'Earth Day Top Ten' project, this gateway to the Zoo's Kingdom of the Animals is an exemplary collaboration between public and private entities.
The major objective for North Charleston is to offer an alternative to urban sprawl by setting the benchmark for smart growth.
BNIM, in collaboration with PageSoutherlandPage, is designing the new complex in Gunnison, CO.
In conjunction with the creation of the Adelaide Cobb Ward Sculpture Hall, BNIM designed and oversaw the renovations to Kirkwood Hall, the ceremonial heart of the original Museum.
Nested atop a treed hill slope, the building maximizes site configurations, while providing ease of access for pedestrians and vehicles alike.
The facility will be a premier training center for its students, faculty and the greater community.
BNIM was selected to design a renovation and addition to the Des Moines Community Playhouse.
Jackson County commissioned BNIM to complete Phase I and II of the Courthouse Master Plan.
BNIM worked to relocate the Pencoyd Railroad Bridge to a new home in Kansas Cityâ€™s Freight House District.
BNIM and the planning team worked with the EPA to develop an environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable vision for the South Capitol area of Lincoln.
The Plan will tie multiple districts together though one â€śgrandâ€ť project that will serve as an icon for the city.
BNIM was selected by the EPA to create a design strategy for a portion of 6th Avenue in Des Moines.
KCMO has made a commitment to be â€śAmericaâ€™s Greenest City in Americaâ€™s Greenest Region.â€ť
BNIM/360 provided full-service architectural services, including design, urban planning, landscaping, and interior design, for this project.
The design for the Ronald McDonald House in Longfellow Park explores the notion of restorative environments as aids to the healing process.
BNIM was selected in 2012 to serve as the architect for the new Lutheran Church of Hope â€“ Ankeny campus.
BNIM completed renovations and additions to both the Garst and Blair Shannon Dining Centers on the Missouri State University campus.
The goal of this project is to create opportunities for the public to access and enjoy the Buffalo Bayou and the surrounding natural environment
BNIM created a pedestrian-friendly environment with low-maintenance and drought-tolerant plantings.
This historic Main Post Office has been transformed into a world-class office facility.
In 2012, BNIM was selected to lead the reconstruction of the Westport Presbyterian Church in Kansas City, Missouri
BNIM served as the lead design firm for programming, building evaluation and design for Mid-America Regional Council's renovation.
The Girl Scouts assembled a team of architects and conservationists to investigate the development and maintenance of five biologically diverse campgrounds.
â€śBetter Block KCâ€ť transformed Grand Boulevard into a living demonstration of a green, complete and livable community asset.
BNIM provided complete interior design services for the 170,000 square foot space, including a discreet but effective approach to security requirements
BNIM worked with the City of Kansas City, Missouri to develop design improvements to Hidden Valley Park.
BNIMâ€™s has participated in all phases of the efforts to save and restore the turn-of-the-century Folly Theater in downtown Kansas City.
A plan for the design of Broadwayâ€™s pedestrian corridor from 6th to 14th Street in Kansas City, Missouri.
The Kansas City Art Institute hired BNIM to transform a 1960s abandoned building into a gallery space for the arts college.
In collaboration with other local architects, BNIM was selected as a team member to carry out the the renovation of Union Station into a children's science museum.
BNIM was selected to design all environmental graphics for the renowned Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Renovation and Expansion.
BNIM Principal, Bob Berkebile helped facilitate a planning process that included the leading experts in resource and energy efficiency technologies.
BNIM created a complete master plan for the City of Mission that gives the city a positive direction for the future.
BNIMâ€™s research and consulting division, Elements, developed the Implement website for the City of Seattle's online sustainable building tool.
Three cities competed to host the H.L.Hunley Museum, which was awarded to the North Charleston team with BNIM.
Bob Berkebile helped to recruit and facilitate a team of more than 100 of the nationâ€™s leading experts on environmental design.
BNIM has been a part of the Make It Right project since it was started in 2007 with the goal to build 150 green, affordable, high-quality homes.
BNIM worked with the University to develop a strategic vision for the 1,000-acre Carolina North campus that focused on it being a model of sustainability.
Amtrak is back at Union Station in Kansas City.
CBS and BNIM developed a sustainable eco-playground for the children of Greensburg, Kansas.
BNIMâ€™s design for One Kansas City Place pays homage to the cityâ€™s tall-building heritage while offering its own interpretation of that tradition.
Selected by the City of Raymore, Missouri, BNIM developed a stormwater management plan to provide a strategy for future development within the rapidly growing suburban community.
The completion of the Town of Kansas Bridge opens the door for many other exciting Riverfront projects.
BNIM was asked to design and implement a master plan that would incite redevelopment and new development in historic East Lawrence.
BNIM was selected by Kansas City, Missouri to develop The Urban Design Framework for East Downtown.
The Paragraph Gallery is one of a series of temporary art galleries operated by the Urban Culture Project (UCP), a program in downtown Kansas City.
The BTI project aims to become a national sustainable design model for other John Deere dealerships.
BNIM was hired to study expansion opportunities for Justin Hall, the home for the College of Human Ecology on the Kansas State University campus
The Overflow Control Plan addresses repairing and improving the Kansas Cityâ€™s 150-year-old combined sanitary sewer system.
BNIM was retained as a design partner in creating new improvements to enhance the office parkâ€™s value and environment.
The Elements division of BNIM served as the LEED and sustainable design consultant for this award-winning adaptive re-use project on Whitaker Street in Savannah, GA.
BNIMâ€™s research proposal, focusing on managing stormwater around building sites, was selected to share the $2 million grant fund.
The Poindexter Building and Parking Structure is a renovated 250,000 square foot office building in the heart of Downtown Kansas City, Missouri.
BNIMâ€™s redevelopment plan was designed around the goals and objectives that the Holy Cross Board of Directors approved for the historic campus.
Canyon Forest Village was designed as a model sustainable gateway community.
The purpose of the project was to design and construct a landmark fountain to honor Henry Wollman Bloch, retired co-founder and Chairmen of the Board of H & R Block.
The facility provides early child development classrooms, a clinic, gym and pool for therapy.
BNIM was retained to participate in a design/build project for the Chamberâ€™s office building in Overland Parkâ€™s Corporate Woods office park.
Sugar Creek selected BNIM to lead a feasibility study for a new community center.
BNIM was hired to design the watershed site and educational facilities.
The Johnson County Sunset Office Building was a design competition for a County Administrative Building in Olathe, Kansas.
BNIM was retained by the National Arbor Day Foundation to analyze the Arbor Day Farm site and create a schematic design for the new Exploratory building.
BNIM, together with local developers Copaken, White & Blitt, was selected to create a plan for a compact, mixed-use development for the City of Lenexa, KS.
The Liberty Lofts are an adaptive reuse project that converted the former Armed Services Building in Kansas City, Missouri into thirty high-end condominiums.
BNIM was responsible for producing the overall site planning and design for H.O.U.S.E. for Habitat for Humanity.
BNIM was retained to create a plan that will assist the University of Texasâ€™ response to potential natural hazards, especially flooding disasters.
BNIM designed the facilityâ€™s interiors with the outdoors in mind, taking all of the colors from nature.
In a joint venture with Harry Weese Associates, BNIM won a national design competition to renovate the St. Louis Old Post Office built in 1884.
Miller Housing on the Plaza is the first of several rehabilitation projects planned for the buildings that surround the Country Club Plaza
This proposed development involves one of the city's most notable buildings, the iconic Power and Light Building.
BNIM participated in a design competition, held by the Chicago Department of Environment and the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.
The heart of BNIMâ€™s competition entry for the Kasson-Mantorville Educational campus is the â€śCommunity Greenâ€ť that lies between the high school and middle school.
BNIM designed this residence after winning an initial competition sponsored by the owner.
BNIM and Lake|Flatoâ€™s design created a new civic plaza, the counterpoint to El Pasoâ€™s commercial San Jacinto plaza.
Designed for 1,200 students, this magnet high school for the fine and performing arts is built on the site where the original Paseo High School stood in Kansas City, Missouri.
This facility has a very flexible plan that breaks the school down into small intimate spaces, which gives each grade level individual identity and security.