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 […]
Mahan Rykiel was selected by the Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore to re-imagine Rash Field to be Baltimore’s destination location for a diversity of uses and users from across the demographic spectrum who are interested in health & wellness, arts & culture, local food, and urban nature.
Eager Park is the centerpiece of the community’s wellness brand, a place where residents, hospital/research workers, and visitors can go to socialize, relax, buy fresh produce, exercise, play, and be entertained in a beautiful green environment.
Inspired by his life and legacy, the family of Pierce Flanagan III sponsored the creation of a downtown park that bears his name. Selected by the family to design this park, Mahan Rykiel has created a unique open space that will engage children and families as part of the Inner Harbor landscape.
Mahan Rykiel Associates is working with an international design team that includes Martha Schwartz Partners to create a new park near Merriweather Post Pavilion. The plan provides an array of venues designed to make the park a destination for the community.
The Blandair Park site is a 300-acre parcel centrally located in Columbia, Maryland. Acquired by Howard County in the mid-1990’s, the previously farmed land represents the only undeveloped property of its size within the New Town boundaries of Columbia. Surrounded by a mix of single and multi-family residential neighborhoods, Blandair Park is slated to be […]
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.
The $168-million, 640,000-square-foot facility opened in 2016. The pavilion houses 72 exam rooms; a surgical area with two operating rooms and two procedure rooms; areas for diagnostic testing, imaging and laboratory services, as well as family amenities, retail space and faculty offices. Construction also included an attached parking garage with more than 600 spaces.