2017 aia pa 351 rouse site

351 Rouse is a core and shell design (the first phase of a micro-research campus) for Adaptimmune, a cancer research firm that studies the agitation of T-cell receptors.  The building design draws inspiration from this research, first on the exterior through the disruption of the ribbon windows at circulation nodes and secondarily at the custom-milled plywood slabs that line the monumental stair. The repetitive module of the structural precast spandrel panels has been subverted through the application of a scripted pattern that brings life and texture to these economically-driven building components. This building received a LEED gold certification.

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Philadelphia, PA 19107

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Job Posting: Architectural Designer

We are seeking a full-time architectural designer with exceptional graphic and illustration skills as well as drafting abilities. The roles and responsibilities of the Architectural Designer position include broad exposure to many aspects of project design and delivery, including participation in developing design concepts, creating presentation materials, working on construction documents, and assisting in construction administration. The candidate must be adaptable and able to work to prioritizing tasks with Project Architect supervision; demonstrate an imaginative, creative and innovative design solutions to technical problems; be flexible, a motivated multi-tasker, detail-oriented, and a hard-working team player. View full role description here. 



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