Cornell Chooses Six Finalists for Tech Campus

East, Ticker
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
The initial SOM proposal for Cornell's tech campus. (Courtesy SOM)

The initial SOM proposal for Cornell's tech campus. (Courtesy SOM)

And then there were six. Cornell University announced that six firms were selected from a field of 43 contenders to design their new tech campus on Roosevelt Island. SOM, the firm that pushed Cornell over the top in the national competition to build on Roosevelt is still in the running, alongside OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture)
, Diller Scofidio + Renfro
, Morphosis Architects
, Steven Holl Architects
, and Bohlin Cywinski Jackson. SOM will remain on the job to define an overall campus plan. The university is still running with its net-zero plan for the first core building. Residences and other multi-use buildings will follow. A contract with the winning firm is set to be signed in April.

One Response to “Cornell Chooses Six Finalists for Tech Campus”

  1. tom zabriskie / ARCHITECT says:

    I am rooting for Morphosis, or BCJ as a second, but GOD NO should Diller Scofidio+Renfro get it. It is out of their league!! and for OMA, not another ugly building imposed on NYC

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