Cincinnati Architect, Practices, Companies, Ohio Design Offices, Engineers, US Studios
Cincinnati Architect Offices
Cincinnati Architect Offices, USA – Ohio Designers
post updated Apr 17, 2021
Cincinnati Architecture Studios
Architecture Studios in Cincinnati – contact details, alphabetical:
|Architect||phone / fax||e-mail / website||address|
|SFA Architects Inc||(001) 513-7210600||architecture(at)sfa-architects.com
|SFA Architects Inc
300 West Fourth Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
|PFB Architects||(001) 513-8613200||info(at)pfbinc.com
|PFB Architects652 State Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45204
Cincinnati Architect Practices Listing
Architects + Landscape Architects + Structural Engineers with offices in Cincinnati, Ohio
Ohio Architect Additions welcome: info(at)e-architect.com
The Cincinnati Architecture site aims to promote Cincinnati Architects as well as the country’s architecture. The page is a good starting point for selecting an Ohio architect.
Cincinnati Architects’ details are listed for an annual fee, likewise for Cincinnati Structural Engineers, etc.
e-mail e-architect: info(at)e-architect.com / +44 (0)7952 149814
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Location: Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Architecture in Cincinnati
Cincinnati Architecture Designs – chronological list
Contemporary Arts Center Cincinnati, 44 East 6th Street
Dates built: 2001-03
Design: Zaha Hadid with KZF Incorporated
photo : Roland Halbe
Richard and Lois Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art
In 2003, the CAC moved into the Lois & Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art, designed by Zaha Hadid. The Rosenthal Center was the first U.S. museum designed by a woman and hailed by the New York Times as “the most important American building to be completed since the cold war.”
Cleveland Museum of Art – Renovation + Extension, Cleveland
Design: Rafael Vinoly Architects
image : Brad Feinknopf
Cleveland Museum of Art
Rafael Viñoly Architects’ plan restores focus to the original 1916 building, conceiving it as a “jewel” set within a continuous ring of expansion space that includes the renovated Breuer building. Other later additions are being demolished to make way for a vast, indoor, sunlit piazza, topped by a gently curving canopy of glass and steel, around which the entire museum will be organized.
Glass Pavilion, Museum of Art, Toledo
Design: Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa / SANAA
image © 2008 Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa / SANAA
Great American Building, Cincinnati
picture : HOK, architects
Great American Building
Lindner Athletic Center at the University of Cincinnati
Design: Bernard Tschumi Architects
photograph : Peter Mauss/ESTO
Miami Valley Hospital Heart Tower, Dayton
Ohio Hospital Building
Wexner Center for the Visual Arts, Ohio State University, Columbus
Design: Peter Eisenman and Richard Trott
International Architectural Practices
Architects – International Selection
Additions for the Cincinnati Architecture Studios page welcome