Reseach & Development magazine has featured Brad’s photography of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Janelia Farm Research Campus in Ashburn, VA in their May 2007 issue. Designed by Rafael Vinoly Architects, the campus is the first permanent research facility for HHMI.
The Janelia Campus is a half-billion dollar biomedical research facility for the Chevy Chase, MD based institute. In the past, HHMI has awarded grants to various scientists and engineers to help purse their work within their own respective laboratories. For the first time, they now have a completely dedicated facility to call home.
ASMP has selected Brad to be included in their annual Best of ASMP bulletin, he and nineteen other photographers are featured in the September issue of the ASMP bulletin. Brad is featured for the work he did on the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the USC Galen Center which occured nearly simultaneously and on opposite sides of the country.
Two projects that Brad worked on earlier this year have several awards. The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) won a Design Citation from AIA New York as did the Science Center at Bard College. HHMI also received the Design Excellence Awards AND the Presidential Citation for Sustainable Design from the DC Chapter of the AIA.
We all at the Studio want to thank the people at Rafael Vinoly Architects for letting us be involved in two of their exciting projects.
Brad recently finished doing new work for COSI, it was exciting to see how the building and landscaping had changed since the last time we had photographed it. We all look forward to seeing the finished work.
Visit COSI’s website to see their fall exhibition schedule and later for Brad’s new work. www.cosi.org
See Brad Feinknopf’s Architectural Photography work at http://www.feinknopf.com
The results are in and they’re outstanding five of the projects that Brad has shot have won AIA Ohio awards. We at the Studio are pleased to have been part of so many wonderful projects over the recent past.
Here are the award winners in no particular order: GBBN with their Ottawa House for the University of Toledo, Elkus Manfredi for their work on the South Campus Gateway project, Moody-Nolan and Antoine Predock for their work on Larkins Hall at OSU, Schooley Caldwell’s renovation of the downtown Lazurus Building, and last but not least Acock Associates for their design of Buckeye Village.