CTBUH Silver Member

SHoP Architects

About

Member Since: 2018

Member Offices: New York City

Website: http://www.shoparc.com/

SHoP Architects was founded to harness the power of diverse expertise in the design of buildings and environments that improve the quality of public life. The studio's inclusive, open-minded process allows them to effectively address a broad range of issues in their work: from novel programmatic concepts, to next-generation fabrication and delivery techniques, to beautifully crafted spaces that precisely suit their functions.

The studio set out to prove that intelligent, evocative architecture can be made with real-world constraints. Today, their interdisciplinary staff is implementing that idea at critical sites around the world.

SHoP Architects has been recognized with awards such as Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Architecture Firm in the World” in 2014, and the Smithsonian/Cooper Hewitt’s “National Design Award for Architecture” in 2009.

Fields of Expertise

Architecture

Membership details

Membership Level

Silver

Member Since

2018

Member Offices

  • New York City

Buildings

Rank
Name
Status

Completed

Architecturally Topped Out

Structurally Topped Out

Under Construction

On Hold

Proposed

Vision

Never Completed

Demolished

Competition Entry

Canceled

Proposed Renovation

Under Renovation

Renovated

Under Demolition

Height

1

111 West 57th Street

435.3 m / 1,428 ft

2

3101 Market

333.8 m / 1,095 ft

3

The Brooklyn Tower

324.9 m / 1,066 ft

4

212 King Street West

310 m / 1,017 ft

5

247 Cherry Street

308.8 m / 1,013 ft

6

55 Pitt Street

238.1 m / 781 ft

7

Codrico Tower

220 m / 722 ft

8

Hudsons Tower

207.3 m / 680 ft

9

Miami Innovation Tower

192.9 m / 633 ft

10

Atlassian Central

182.6 m / 599 ft

Rank
Name
City
Height

1

111 West 57th Street

New York City

435 m

1,428 ft

2

3101 Market

Philadelphia

334 m

1,095 ft

3

The Brooklyn Tower

New York City

325 m

1,066 ft

4

212 King Street West

Toronto

310 m

1,017 ft

5

247 Cherry Street

New York City

309 m

1,013 ft

6

433-455 Collins Street

Melbourne

295 m

968 ft

7

Hudsons Tower

Detroit

281 m

921 ft

8

55 Pitt Street

Sydney

238 m

781 ft

9

Codrico Tower

Rotterdam

220 m

722 ft

10

Hudsons Tower

Detroit

207 m

680 ft

11

Miami Innovation Tower

Miami

193 m

633 ft

12

Atlassian Central

Sydney

183 m

599 ft

13

Domino Sugar Plant Site A

New York City

182 m

598 ft

14

American Copper Buildings West Tower

New York City

165 m

540 ft

15

Domino Sugar Plant Site B

New York City

158 m

518 ft

16

B4 Tower

New York City

156 m

511 ft

17

South Street Seaport Tower

New York City

151 m

494 ft

18

Collins Arch

Melbourne

148 m

487 ft

19

American Copper Buildings East Tower

New York City

143 m

470 ft

20

One South First

New York City

133 m

435 ft

21

Hunter's Point South Commons

New York City

123 m

404 ft

22

Citizen 360

New York City

122 m

400 ft

23

320 Kent Avenue

New York City

122 m

400 ft

24

461 Dean

New York City

109 m

359 ft

25

Hunter's Point South Crossing

New York City

104 m

342 ft

26

45-40 Vernon Boulevard

New York City

90 m

295 ft

27

38 Sixth Avenue

New York City

67 m

218 ft

28

325 Kent

New York City

63 m

207 ft

29

475 West 18th

New York City

37 m

120 ft

CTBUH Initiatives Involving SHoP Architects

Skybridges Research: CTBUH / IIT Studio Visit

11 April 2019

As part of the Skybridges research project, CTBUH and IIT College of Architecture traveled to NYC for presentations, workshops, and meetings regarding Skybridge designs.

CTBUH Canada Hosts Discussion: Modular Design & Construction

12 September 2018

The CTBUH Canada Chapter hosted a discussion on Modular Design and Construction, featuring an overview of existing modular implementations as well as future implications.

CTBUH Australia Explores the Design of Collins Arch

07 June 2018

CTBUH Melbourne hosted its first event of 2018, a case study of Collins Arch, composed as two buildings with linked floor plates in the center of Melbourne's Central Business District.

CTBUH New York Hosts Tall Timber Event

22 June 2017

CTBUH New York held a presentation and panel discussion on the character and behavior of tall timber buildings, as well as the future opportunities with timber in New York and beyond.

Top Company Rankings: The World’s 100 Tallest Buildings

13 October 2016

The Council is pleased to announce the Top Company Rankings for numerous disciplines as derived from the list of projects appearing in 100 of the World’s Tallest Buildings.

Future of Construction: Manufacturing Buildings

09 June 2016

The CTBUH New York Chapter in collaboration with the CTBUH Young Professionals Committee held the first of its lecture series, “Future of Construction.”