New Book

Lorenc+Yoo’s Chinese work is featured in a new book entitled “The Landscape Design of Upscale Residential Communities.” The book contains a collection of over 80 upscale residential developments from around the world, including Lorenc+Yoo projects in Shenzhen and Guangzhou. Its large-format images highlight our award-winning designs for Opalus, Sky Praise, and Fish In The Garden. You may download a PDF file of the pages featuring these projects here.

Ravinia Refresh ravinia1

After 25 years of collaboration on Ravinia, Hines engaged Lorenc+Yoo to rethink the Ravinia brand 25 years after our original design. Like the original design, the latest vision integrates the signage into the subtle modernism of Kevin Roche’s minimalistic site vision, adding a stronger street presence along Ashford Dunwoody Road in Atlanta. The use of glass, granite, and lighting allows passersby to get a taste of the design of the site, which is not visible from the street. The new design speaks of the renovation of the office complex, allowing the public to see something new from this Atlanta icon.

New Images from Recent Casino Projects

Check out recently uploaded new images from WinStar Casino and Wind Creek Casino.

Jan Lorenc Speaks on Doing Business in the UAE

On March 26th, Jan Lorenc participated in a breakfast meeting with diplomatic and commercial representatives from the United Arab Emirates, where Lorenc+Yoo has completed several projects since 2005. Among the participants at the meeting organized by the World Affairs Council of Atlanta, Global Atlanta, Georgia Department of Economic Development, and the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce were Dr. Alsaghira Al Ahbabi and Mr. Saud Al Nowais from the UAE’s embassy in Washington, D.C. Lorenc+Yoo was among several companies represented at the meeting, which included large multinational firms and past Lorenc+Yoo clients such as UPS. At the meeting, Lorenc detailed a number of Lorenc+Yoo’s projects in Dubai including Dubai Festival City, Jumeirah Golf Estates, and the Dubai International Financial Center, where the firm designed a media board and visitors’ center. He also discussed projects in Abu Dhabi, including Mohammed bin Zayed City, and in Al Ain, including the Al Ain Wildlife Park. Regionally, the firm is engaged currently on Doha Grand Park, which will be the focal public space in Doha, Qatar.

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