// arthitectural / New York

OFL Architecture
Superhero


Each Game Includes Creativity  (all in one) If you wanted to summarize the path of the biological life and the part that Man has played in the History of the planet Earth, we could start from the first organic cell up to Usain Bolt. In a surprising way, we would not use more than 60 […]


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Carol Bove
Caterpillar


Presented by Friends of the High Line, High Line Art is pleased to announce Caterpillar by artist Carol Bove, a HIGH LINE COMMISSION featuring seven sculptures that punctuate the wild landscape on the High Line at the Rail Yards, the third and final section of the High Line. On view for one year beginning Thursday, […]


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HOK
School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences


State-of-the-art medical school and integrated transit station will anchor vibrant mixed-use district The University at Buffalo (UB) has unveiled HOK’s dramatic design for its new School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences building on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. The seven-story medical school will bring 2,000 UB faculty, staff and students daily to downtown Buffalo and, at more […]


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Jendretzki
Ultra Luxury Upper E apartment


Ultra luxury living in Manhattan, on the 29th floor on Park Avenue, this home was designed to provide a sense of calmness, through minimal lines and true natural materials. The light was managed to penetrate rooms as in the Dinning Room that opens to the Living Room and Hall via rotating wood louvered panels. Location: […]


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Bates Masi Architects
Genius Loci


Montauk, NY, may appear to be like any other small seaside community upon first glance; however, it possesses unique characteristics that imprint lasting memories. The weather is unpredictable with banks of heavy fog and gusty winds. History is closer to folklore than truth with stories of the Montauk Project Conspiracy, German Submarines and, most recently, […]


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Jendretzki
Sag Harbor house in the woods


Set on an area called “Mount Misery” this house is now setting the wave of renovations imitating it, as lawmakers try to change the street name, which if done, will double the property valuations overnight. This existing house was re-designed to connect the exterior with the interior spaces. The gardens and forested exterior areas are the appeal of the […]


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Bluarch
Glazz Nightclub


Glazz is a venue in the heart of Queens, NY designed to offer the ultimate entertainment experience to the discerning Latin crowd in New York. Made of discrete rooms, the site compelled for a design approach that would unify the different, disengaged areas. Therefore, the project was conceptually linked to the pure geometry of the circle, a prime symbol […]


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Jendretzki
Soho Loft


This soho loft was originally an industrial space that housed a printing press. With a progressive client the concept germinated from a high end lounge in the meat packing district of NYC. A steel and glass wall pixelated with varied color and transparency was the solution to divide the beautiful wide open space in functional […]


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Bluarch
Segafredo


Segafredo is a venue in the heart of the Greenwich Village in New York City. Designed as a franchise of the homonymous Italian, top-shelf coffee brand, this venue offers breakfast, lunch and dinner menus centered on Italian tradition and recipes. Also available is a lounge area with an ad-hoc cocktail menu. The project is a […]


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Foster + Partners
50 united nations plaza residential tower


Construction is underway on the first residential tower by Foster + Partners in the United States. Developed by Zeckendorf Development with Global Holdings, the 44-storey luxury apartment tower occupies a prestigious location within the green setting of United Nations Plaza, with views of the celebrated modernist UN Headquarters building, the East River and the Manhattan […]


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GIZMODO
The Tiny Transforming Apartment That Packs Eight Rooms into 420 Square Feet


When you’re looking for an apartment in New York, don’t be surprised if you end up with a living space that’s much smaller than what you’re used to. It seems to be the norm over there, unless you’re of the wealthy and famous kind of course. But small living spaces doesn’t necessarily mean things have to be […]


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Olson Kundig Architects
El Anatsui installation


Installed with the help of Olson Kundig Architects, artist El Anatsui’s Broken Bridge II, a HIGH LINE COMMISSION, is now on view at the High Line in New York City. Friends of the High Line first approached Olson Kundig Architects to aid in the installation of the piece in June of last year. Responding to […]


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Rene Robert Mueller Architect + Planner
Saint Mary’s R.C. Church


Bldg. components & notable features Architect, Rene Robert Mueller got approached by the Building Commission of the Archdiocese of New York to spear head a total architectural, structural and mechanical renovation and sanitation of Saint Mary’s Church in Wappinger Falls, New York. Recommendations came from previous successfully finished projects in other parishes in New York. The […]


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Foster + Partners
New York Public Library


The New York Public Library today unveiled the first schematic designs of its historic Central Library Plan (CLP), which will bring a new lending library to its iconic 42nd Street location, the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building. The project—designed by world-renowned architect Norman Foster and his award-winning firm Foster + Partners—more than doubles the amount of public […]


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Marco Bernardini
Jim’s Kitchen


The kitchen has been adapted from a service room into a space with specific features related to its user. Thus, the project is strictly linked to owner’s wishes. Those needs lead us to think to a simple, clean, practical place, as well as a sophisticate and dynamic one.As kitchen units it has been chosen Twenty […]


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Foster + Partners
Grand Central Terminal


Norman Foster presented proposals for a masterplan to bring clarity back to Grand Central Terminal at The Municipal Art Society of New York’s annual Summit in New York last night. Grand Central Terminal is one of New York’s greatest landmarks and contains perhaps the city’s finest civic space. However, over time it has become a victim […]


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Rene Robert Mueller Architect + Planner
Croton on Hudson Estate


Bldg. components & notable features The Croton-on-Hudson Estate is located in a 22-acre family compound which is integrated into a forested hillside with panoramic southwesterly views over the Hudson River in Croton-on-Hudson, New York. The owners – two brothers and their wives, who are artists and collectors – retained Rene Robert Mueller Architect/Planner in August 2000 to design a […]


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Resolution: 4 Architecture
Bronx Box


This prefabricated modern urban infill project aims to celebrate the constraints of its zoning envelope. The site’s set backs, heigh limitations, and flood plain requirements yield a compact footprint, off-street parking, roof deck and a small patch of green. The Bronx Box is a modified version of the double-decker, 2-story bar typology with an additional […]


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Avenue Road
Showroom in New York


Having established itself in Canada as the premiere venue for exclusive furnishings, AVENUE ROAD  launch its first U.S. showroom in concert with New York’s International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) May 19, 2012. Having originally launched in 2007, AVENUE ROAD has been providing their audience with iconic designs from around the world including Europe, Brazil and […]


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Ants of the Prairie
Bat Cloud


Abstract BAT CLOUD is a project that aims to bring awareness and greater public visibility to bats as a critical part of our ecosystem. Bats serve as pollinators and ‘natural’ pesticides, assisting in the control of mosquito and other insect populations. Yet despite their ecological significance, bats are often overlooked or seen as pests in […]


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