Peter Walker, Landscape Architect. Walker is the landscape designer of the National 9/11 memorial.
This is the home of the Weatherhead School of Management at the Case Western Reserve University in east Cleveland. Wait until you see the rest of this building!
I.M. Pei designed Commerce Court in Toronto.
This latest addition to the museum connects the original museum building with the 1971 addition through marble/granite stripes that change in character. Near the striped 1971 addition the new wing features the same stripe ratio whereas near the original building, as shown above, the marble stripes outnumber the granite stripes as the original building is all white marble.
If you have watched the movie Captain America: The Winter Soldier, you may recognize this atrium as SHIELD headquarters.
This most recent addition uses the same white Georgian marble as the original 1916 building. The 1 to 1 ratio of white to brown stripes acknowledges the equally banded brutalist 1971 addition. As the stripes move closer to the original building, the ratio of white to brown stripes increases until it is almost all white acknowledging the original building.
Note the remains of the demolished Inner Belt Bridge in the background. The West Third Street Bridge looks great now but underwent a botched rehabilitation in 2004 including the installation of lift cables that were three feet too short! It is a Vertical Lift Pratt through Truss bridge with a navigation clearance of 100 feet.