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architecture H O N O R AWARD Architect: Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with FXFOWLE Client: Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts DILLER SCOFIDIO + RENFRO TEAM (ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN): Hypar Pavilion NE W Y OR K , NY Elizabeth Diller, Ricardo Scofidio, AIA, Charles Renfro, AIA, Kevin Rice, AIA, Zoe Small, AIA, LEED AP, Haruka Saito, Ann-Rachel Schiffman, Stefan Roeschert, Michael Hundsnurcher, Roman Loretan, Dan Sakai, LEED AP, Chris Andreacola, AIA, LEED AP, Anthony Saby, Mateo Antonio de Cardenas, Toshikatsu Kiuchi, Felipe Ferrer, Hallie Terzopolos FXFOWLE TEAM: Sylvia Smith, FAIA, LEED AP, Heidi Blau, AIA, LEED AP, Robert Katchur, LEED AP, Heng-Choong Leong, AIA, Jason Abbey, AIA, LEED AP, Jeff Anglada, AIA, LEED AP, Nicholas Cates, AIA, LEED AP, Annie Coombs, Aaron Dai, Hugh Dunbar, Fernanda Frietas, LEED AP, David Glick, Andre Goltsblat, Adam Griff, Carl Hauser, LEED AP, William Haskas, Sylvia Hernandez, Nina Kinoti-Metz, LEED AP, Daniel Kohn, Jiyoung Lee, ©Iwan Baan single architectural gesture satisfied the dual requirements of a destination restaurant and a public green that consume limited space on the Lincoln Center campus. The parabolic shape of the pavilion counters the rectilinear form of the Modernist buildings on the campus. The hypar touches down on the North Plaza at one end, where steps lead up to the “Illumination Lawn,” a sloping, 7,200-square-foot, grass-covered public space. Lifting up at two opposing corners, the structure carves out space for Lincoln, an 11,000-squarefoot restaurant on two levels, with the undulating curvature of the lawn creating the roof. Three separate dining areas comprise the interior, each occupying a space with a different ceiling height. A glass curtain wall framed by the restaurant’s contoured wood ceiling gives patrons front-row seats to the activity around the reflecting pool, the Henry Moore sculpture, and the architectural masterpieces on the campus. The 60- by 17-foot, glass-enclosed kitchen, which serves 160 diners and 40 at the bar, is located in the center, enabling diners and passersby to watch the chef and his staff create culinary works of art. This project is part of Lincoln Center’s program to renew its 16-acre urban campus. ■ 18 Oculus Summer 2011 a ©Iwan Baan Jury: “It is in the middle of New York City and it’s green! It’s simple and successful in the way it plays on the change of plane in the plaza.” Alex Leung, LEED AP, Arthur Liu, Robert Loken, AIA, Brenda May, Steve Mielke, AIA, LEED AP, Sean Murphy, Daniel Romero, Monika Sarac, Andrea Schelly, Sebastian Touzet, AIA GENERAL CONTRACTOR: Turner Construction STRUCTURAL & M/E/P ENGINEER: KITCHEN DESIGN: Yui Design ACOUSTICAL CONSULTANT: Jaffe Holden TEL/DATA CONSULTANT: Ove Arup & Partners LIGHTING CONSULTANT: Shen Milson & Wilke Tillotson Design Associates 2011 AIANY Design Awards http://www.dsrny.com http://www.fxfowle.com

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