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The University of Iowa Stanley Museum of Art
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Rectilinear Solids, Interconnected Voids:
The University of Iowa Stanley Museum of Art

Experience a day spent at the University of Iowa Stanley Museum of Art and explore the building's lobby, lightwell, galleries, teaching studio, and other design elements. 
The Stanley Museum of Art restores a dedicated art museum presence to the University of Iowa campus community for the first time in 14 years following flooding of the Iowa River. This new cultural arts facility, designed as a rectilinear form with a series of dynamic interconnected voids, provides a protective home for the museum's renowned collections while creating a welcoming place for community and the exploration, discussion, and study of art.
Film by Spirit of Space. Photographs by Nick Merrick.

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BNIM Pacific Studio Director, Jamie Intervalo, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, is recognized with the 2022 Young Architect of the Year Award for her exceptional leadership and significant contributions to the profession. Jamie was honored, alongside fellow Young Architect of the Year, Victor Navarro, AIA, during the Lifetime Achievement & Young Architect of the Year Awards Ceremony on November 16. 
In her 15 years of experience, Jamie has helped advance initiatives for equity, diversity, inclusion, and justice in the profession, served as a mentor and advocate for emerging professionals, and focused on delivering design excellence and positive impact across her projects. BNIM congratulates Jamie on this incredible honor and achievement!   M O R E
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The University of Iowa Stanley Museum of Art is featured in the Colleges and Universities November issue of Architectural Record.
The Stanley Museum of Art is designed to become an integral component of the campus experience. The building features a transparent main lobby and a new entry plaza, terrace, flexible galleries, a visual arts laboratory classroom, and more.
Raising the Bar, written by Lee Bey, explores the unique story of the Stanley Museum of Art following the damaging flooding of the Iowa River in 2008, and discusses BNIM’s design approach to restoring the art museum's presence to campus. Project team leaders, Rod Kruse and Carey Nagle, shared the unique challenges and strategies behind designing this new cultural arts facility.  M O R E
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The Kirk Family YMCA is an adaptive reuse project that creates a welcoming and inclusive health, fitness, and community resource for the downtown community of Kansas City, MO. The transformative project is honored with The American Architecture Award for 2022 from The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies. The MidAmerican Energy Corporate Office and Conference Center Renovation, which renews an existing workplace to create healthy, supportive spaces for employees, also receives a 2022 honorable mention. 
The American Architecture Awards honor new and cutting-edge designs each year that demonstrate excellence in architecture and new directions and innovations in design thinking.  M O R E
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