Mahan Rykiel Associates provided full design services for Sheppard Pratt’s new 100-bed freestanding psychiatric hospital in Howard County. The project seeks to integrate the topographic and ecological features of the landscape, with the unique programmatic requirements of this behavioral health institution.
Mahan Rykiel worked closely with the owner and architects to develop a new public space and gateway to the repositioned Ballston Quarter project, with an emphasis on exciting forms, a variety of seating spaces and a focus on the user experience. Once completed, the plaza space is envisioned to become a unique destination in the […]
Mahan Rykiel Associates was hired by a local developer to design a $3 million, 28,000-square-foot civic greenspace and hardscape that will serve as the centerpiece of downtown Crozet and spur new development.
Eckerd College is a small private college on a 188-acre campus located on the Gulf of Mexico, serving 1850 residential students. Mahan Rykiel was part of a design team commissioned to prepare a 10-year Master Plan.
Skyline Plaza is a 409,000 square foot retail center in the heart of Frankfurt’s new convention center district. Skyline Plaza’s rooftop brings a variety of activities to Frankfurt’s newest shopping destination. Mahan Rykiel was hired to assist ECE Architects with the landscape architecture for the entire roof garden by providing concepts through design development.The rooftop […]
The Neighborhood Square is designed to function as the heart and center of the Chevy Chase Lake development. Its open space and edges accommodate both daily uses such as outdoor dining and casual seating to programmed functions like concerts in the park, seasonal markets and festivals.
A world-renowned facility for children with severe brain disorders, Kennedy Krieger’s facility includes a 1/2 acre garden. Working closely with the Architects and KKI clinical therapists, Mahan Rykiel Associates developed an extensive outdoor garden geared to the needs of this highly specialized population.
Completed in 2011, the Four Seasons hotel is situated along the waterfront in Baltimore’s chic Harbor East district. The building is part of a larger 420,000 square feet development which includes the Legg Mason office tower.
As the only such treatment center in northeastern Maryland, this facility is an important addition to the area’s healthcare community. The design team focused on a number of guiding principles and goals for the Cancer Center. Attention to the patient experience is at the core of these principles - emphasizing a strong physical identity, creation […]