Ideas Worth Sharing

Election 2020

BAM employees will refrain from accepting meetings on Tuesday 11/3. By having a completely open day, people can go to the voting polls whenever it is convenient for them.

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Celebrating the Feminine in Architecture and Design

Retracing the journey of four influential women in the architecture and design world.

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Morgan Loves Steve (Madden)

From sassy and sophisticated, to funky fun, casual chic, to boldly feminine; Steve Madden inspired my space!

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Food and Design / Design and Food

Making art with different dessert ingredients is much like the process of creating a finish palette of assorted materials.

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Post-Pandemic: Reimagining the Workplace

Many of us spend more time in the office than in our own homes. That is why over time, there has been so much dedication to designing the perfect work environment that feels comfortable while enhancing productivity.

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Work From Home

Build transitions into and out of the work day. Put your work away at the end of the day. Make sure to have a well lit space, which can include ambient light, task light, accent light and natural light.

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Free-Address: Workplace Strategies by BAM Creative

Free-address work environments improve employee productivity and satisfaction. Less fixed, private space means many organizations have found their real estate costs are reduced when switching to Activity Based Environments.

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WGSN Interior Design Trends

Trends represent a shift in consumer values. Designers are on both sides of the equation as consumers of trends, but also providers of trends to end-users

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End Systemic Racism

BAM supports those making their voices heard through protest, as change does not occur quietly. BAM and our client Queens Defenders created a task force focused on exploring methods to foster more inclusive representation across professional industries. Click here to learn more about what we're doing to facilitate the change we need.

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Queens Defenders Community Initiative for Justice

We offer our congratulations to our client Queens Defenders on a pioneering community initiative for justice in the Far Rockaway community.

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Ribbon Cutting: Northwell Health LIJ Forest Hills New Life Maternity Center

Northwell Health LIJ Forest Hills held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the completed renovation and expansion of Obstetrics and Labor & Delivery, now known as New Life Center.

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BAM + ANFA Connections: BridgeSynapses

Connections: BridgeSynapses is a conference hosted by the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture (ANFA) that invites renowned speakers to share their research on the human physiological response to the built environment.

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Gray Space: Ross Cole Interview in Real Estate Weekly

Following the successful CoreNet panel Working in Gray Space, Holly Dutton of Real Estate Weekly interviewed BAM Principal Ross Cole about his insights on how Gray Space is transforming the future of office real estate.

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BAM + CoreNet: Working in Gray Space

BAM Principal Ross Cole moderated an engaging panel exploring how real estate strategies are impacted by Gray Space trends. Gray Space is non-traditional ways people work in unconventional places. The panel was held on August 3rd in collaboration with the CoreNet Technology Committee.

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2016 IFMA Foundation Fundraiser

Four years ago, Dan Castner of BAM arranged a summer wine tasting event for IFMA NYC. The wine tasting drew double the expected attendance, and was so successful that it became an annual fundraiser on the IFMA NYC calendar.

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BAM: Bioscience Innovation through Warehouse Transformation

What makes for a successful design of a life science facility?

The Urban Land Institute Los Angeles and the LA Bioscience Hub arranged a panel of experts to discuss the forces shaping architectural design of the fast paced, dynamic field of life science research. Brian Spence, founding principal at BAM, served as the sole architectural voice on the panel.

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Brian Spence Joins Panel of Life Science Facilities Experts

Brian Spence, founding principal at BAM, has been invited to be an expert panelist on life science facilities by Urban Land Institute (ULI) Los Angeles and the LA Bioscience Hub. The event will focus on the opportunities and hurdles associated with designing for the biosciences.

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Ross Cole to Attend the Lake Nona Impact Forum

The Lake Nona Impact Forum has extended an invitation to Ross Cole, architect and principal of BAM. The invitation-only event brings together international speakers and leaders from a variety of sectors to discuss connections between wellness, sustainable living, and education

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BAM + Lake Nona – Driving Innovation, Empowering Collaboration

BAM designed this new world class building for Lake Nona Medical City, the Guidewell Innovation Center. Having just completed construction, it is the first Life Sciences building in Lake Nona Medical City designed to attract the dynamic mix of leading health, life sciences, and education organizations.

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Celebration: Recently Completed Building

BAM held a celebration in honor of a recently completed building we designed for our client, a growing prominent life sciences company. The event included a slideshow recapping notable points throughout the project and photos of many familiar faces from both BAM and the client team.

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Big Ideas and Shaping Trends: SMPS Leadership Lunch

Join BAM and SMPS at the next Leadership Lunch on May 29th as the panel of industry strategic thinkers discuss key learning experiences on their journey to becoming creative leaders. Learn the forces at play which are changing the services offered by the A/E/C community and how we provide them.

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Ross Cole, Dan Castner & Joseph DelPozzo at 2015 Research Facilities Conference

Two of our firm’s Practice Leaders, Ross Cole and Daniel Castner, will share their expertise during this year’s Research Facilities Conference.

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Dan Castner: IFMA NYC’s 2015 Distinguished Associate Member

Dan Castner was presented with the Distinguished Associate Member award at the 2015 IFMA Awards for Excellence.

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IFMA Awards For Excellence

Dan Castner, an architect and practice leader at BAM, has been nominated as a Distinguished Associate Member of IFMA. This award is presented to members who have “provided sustained, outstanding leadership to a chapter, council and/or the Association at the international level.”

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Ribbon Cutting: Yale New Haven Hospital Pediatric MRI

Yale New Haven Hospital unveiled the Pediatric MRI Suite with a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the new beach-themed space that's putting smiles on children's faces.

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Open House: Robert Silman Associates

Pam and Ross Cole, principals at BAM, joined Robert Silman Associates in celebrating the recent move of their New York office. Ross and Pam attended an open house held at their new, 32 Old Slip location in New York's Financial District.

Robert Silman Associates, leaders in the structural engineering industry, have earned recognition for their innovative spirit and their commitment to sustainable design.

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Opening: Warby Parker Venice Beach

Warby Parker, the popular purveyor of vintage-style eyeglasses, recently celebrated the grand opening of its Venice Beach location. The façade was designed by BAM and includes a mural by local artist, Geoff McFetridge.

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IFMA NYC Donates $20,000

Real Estate Weekly:
“The New York City Chapter of the International Facility Management Association (IFMA NYC) presented a donation check of $20,000 to the IFMA Foundation at The World Workplace Facility Conference and Expo at the Franklin Institute in New Orleans."

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Groundbreaking: Lake Nona GuideWell Innovation Center

BAM is pleased to announce the groundbreaking of GuideWell Innovation Center at Lake Nona Medical City on October 30, 2014. Designed by BAM, the 92,000 square-foot office, research and wet lab facility in the heart of Lake Nona Medical City will be the epicenter of health and life sciences innovation. The world-class center will also include a life sciences incubator to be managed by the University of Central Florida in partnership with the University of Florida.

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BAM to Host SMPS Leadership Discussion

Join BAM and SMPS as we host Gale Moutrey’s discussion, Leadership Cachet: Lessons Learned on a Journey of Change. Gale Moutrey is Vice President of Communications, for Steelcase Inc. 

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Brian Spence Joins the WAN Healthcare Awards International Jury

Brian Spence, a principal at BAM, has been announced as a juror for the WAN Healthcare Awards. In its 6th year, this competition brings together high-profile people from the design and healthcare industries to award and promote successful and influential projects from around the world.

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The New York Times: Harlem Biospace

The New York Times features Harlem Biospace, a recent project designed by BAM, which brings incubator space focused on biotechnology to New York City.

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Forbes: Regeneron Pharmaceuticals

Regeneron and BAM have shared a long working relationship, partnering to create life science spaces catered to pharmaceutical research. Check out some of our work in the video above, and listen as Regeneron CEO Leonard Schleifer discusses risk and reward and what has brought them to where they are today.

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SCOR Relocating to Willis Tower

Crain's Chicago Business recently announced that one of our long-time clients, SCOR Reinsurance, would be relocating their Itasca, Illinois office to the Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower) in downtown Chicago.

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Cisco Names Lake Nona the First Iconic Smart+Connected City in U.S.

BAM has recently been working with Lake Nona on their  Medical City located in central Florida. The campus is planned around the idea that multiple facilities  working in tandem accelerates innovation.

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NYC Mayor’s Office: Official Opening of Harlem Biospace

On Tuesday, the New York City Mayor's office announced the official opening of Harlem Biospace and a $100-million early-stage life-science fund.

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Caring House: Durham, NC

Caring House in Durham, NC is a 12,900 square foot building associated with Duke Cancer Center that provides affordable housing for patients and their caregivers.

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On Site: Crane Lift

One of only two that exist on the east coast, this 600 ton hydraulic crane was used recently on a project BAM is working on in Tarrytown, NY.

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WNYC: Biotech Comes to Harlem

WNYC's article about Harlem Biospace, a communal lab BAM is designing with owner Sam Sia.

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BAM’s 2013 NeoCon Highlights

Interior Designers at BAM recently came back from a trip to Chicago where they attended NeoCon.

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