|Partners||Christopher Sharples, Coren Sharples, Gregg Pasquarelli, Kimberly Holden, Vishaan Chakrabarti, William Sharples|
|Location||Manhattan, New York City|
|Buildings||Barclays Center, The Porter House, East River Esplanade|
|Awards||AIANY Honor Award, National Design Awards|
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SHoP Architects is an architecture firm in Lower Manhattan, New York City, with projects located throughout the United States and several African countries. Led by six principals with a staff of over 160 architects and designers, the firm provides services to residences, commercial buildings, schools and cultural institutions, as well as large-scale master plans.
Founded in 1996, many of the firm's principals and senior staff hold teaching positions at educational institutions in the New York metropolitan area. The firm's work has been exhibited internationally and included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. Its first monograph, Out of Practice, was published in 2012 by the Monacelli Press.
SHoP Architects is known for its designs of the Barclays Center arena in Brooklyn, New York and the Botswana Innovation Hub in Gaborone, Botswana. It has also designed a renovation of Governors Island and the new Essex Crossing, both in Manhattan, New York; as well as design the expansion of the Google headquarters in Silicon Valley, California.
Awards and honors
SHoP Architects' awards also include the 2009 National Design Award for Architecture Design from the Smithsonian Institution's Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, the Chicago Athenaeum American Architecture Awards, and awards from the American Institute of Architects' New York City and New York State chapters.
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