// arthitectural / New York

Resolution: 4 Architecture
Loft of Frank and Amy


Designed for an art critic and a film editor, the Loft of Frank and Amy is a bare, wide-open play space in New York City’s gritty Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood. Located in a former industrial building, the loft occupies an entire floor with full window exposure and dynamic urban views on three sides. The design enhances […]


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Studio ST Architects
West Village Duplex


Beauty, simplicity and clarity were the guiding words in our work on the renovation of this 2000 square foot West Village Duplex. The lower floor of the duplex was completely gutted only preserving the original wood floors.  The ceilings were raised to the maximum possible height, adding light and a feeling of spaciousness previously missing. […]


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Studio ST Architects & Z-A Studio
14 Street Y Renovation


Construction on the renovation of the 14 Street Y Community Center began in early June and was completed on time and on budget in October 2009. On the ground floor, the lobby, fitness center, locker rooms, office, fitness studios, showers and pool are reorganized as a series of parallel bands.  As users move through the […]


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Resolution: 4 Architecture
Q-Loft


The Q-Loft project was a complete gut renovation of a loft for Joe Quesada, Editor-in-Chief of Marvel Comics in New York, and his family. Located in a former industrial building in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood, the Q-Loft occupies an entire floor with full-window exposures and classic urban views. Due to the depth of the extremely […]


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Studio ST Architects
800 WEA


This update to an existing pre-war apartment on Manhattan’s Upper West Side combines the owner’s modern taste with the original details and gestures of the 1926 building’s architecture.  The new floor plan accommodates modern living by opening the kitchen and transforming the former maid’s quarters into a guest suite perfect for a college student. The […]


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SPG Architects
Pawling House


  This 3300 SF weekend getaway home provides a private refuge for a NYC couple. This new house was designed on a previously developed site. The owner, who is also an interior designer, provided the furniture. The semi-private five-acre property faces a country road to the north. The south end of the site is heavily […]


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Slade Architecture
Buzzer Beater


Buzzer Beater is a high-end consignment store in New York’s Greenwich Village that specializes in rare sneakers and apparel.  There is no back-inventory – everything on display has its own unique history. We designed the store to reflect the nature of its eclectic and highly personal inventory. The store’s closely populated space allows for an […]


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Paul Cha Architect
C-I House


Located in historic Hudson Valley, the four acre site is situated in southern Columbia County, bordering Duchess County to the south. Two hours north of New York City, following the Taconic State Parkway through a picturesque countryside highlighted by orchards, horse farms and vineyards, the site is eventually accessed through Moore Road by a private […]


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Slade Architecture
Flight Club


Flight Club is regarded as a Mecca for sneaker collectors and urban fashionistas around the world.  Our charge was to design a flagship store in an existing loft building in New York City’s Greenwich Village. Our goal was to create a clean, authentic urban space within the existing shell of the building. We also wanted […]


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Paul Cha Architect
Broome Street Triplex Loft


A converted SoHo loft, measuring 10,000 sf in three floors, is adapted for the private residence of a young hedge fund manager. The fourth and fifth floor are designed to act as a quiet refuge from the chaotic workload and frequent overseas travel, as well as to provide and elegant space for the entertaining and […]


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Resolution: 4 Architecture
Ewan Residence


The Ewan Residence was a gut renovation of an existing townhouse located in Brooklyn. Program: Bedrooms: 4 Baths: 3.5 Features: Roof Deck, Media Room Materials: Exterior: Stucco, Lead Coated Copper, Ipe Wood Decking, Nana Door System, Aluminum Clad Windows Interior: Maple & White Lacquered Cabinets, Black Absolute Countertops Location: Brooklyn, New York, USA Architect: Resolution: […]


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Elemental Architecture
Walt Whitman Birthplace


The cross section of the 6,000 sf Interpretive Center serves as a gateway to the site surrounding the house where Walt Whitman was born. The facility admits controlled daylight and segregates hot air for exhaust during swing seasons, minimizing the need for air conditioning. The use of exposed structure dramatically reduced the need for applied […]


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Eskew+Dumez+Ripple
Sukkah City Competition


The Sukkah City Competition in 2010 was an international open design competition calling for design proposals for a temporary Jewish Sukkah to be designed and constructed for a budget of $10,000. For our submission, Eskew+Dumez+Ripple looked to the origin of the Sukkah and the design inherits its physical characteristics from the place in which it […]


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Elemental Architecture
South Jamaica Branch Library


The South Jamaica Branch Library in Queens, NY, was the first building designed and constructed under the New York City High Performance Building Guidelines. The 2-story, 13,800 square-foot facility employs both passive and active features to reduce its energy requirements. The building is an integrated design in which its shell and each of its systems […]


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Resolution: 4 Architecture
Oliver, Wyman & CO.


The design of this office space on Park Avenue for a large financial consulting firm focused on the integration of programmatic elements into a singular identifiable spatial idea. Upon entry one is oriented to the object emblematic of the companies collective ideal, a large conference table which frames a view out to Park Avenue. The […]


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Elemental Architecture
Women’s Rights National Historical Park


The National Park Service joined forces with the National Endowment for the Arts to sponsor an open competition to design a monument to the first women’s rights convention in America. The fragmentary remains of the gathering place and the surrounding land would be the centerpiece of the newly established Women’s Rights National Historical Park. An […]


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UNStudio
New Amsterdam Plein & Pavilion


Welcoming 150,000+ Daily Visitors, Plaza Features Pavilion Designed by UNStudio, A Permanent Gift from the Kingdom of the Netherlands to New York City On May 12th, 2011, the official opening of the Peter Minuit Plaza and the dedication of the New Amsterdam Plein & Pavilion took place in Battery Park, New York. The ceremony was […]


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Elemental Architecture
Shepard Hall at City College


This $150 million dollar project has entailed the reconstruction of a 400,000 SF landmark building built shortly after the turn of the 20th Century, and in fact, the first building built for public higher education in the United States. The client has been the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York acting as agent […]


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Alchemy Architects, home of the weeHouse
Griffith


The 1288 SF, 2 BR, 1 bath full-time home for a couple and their son is a one floor side by side, two module standard weeHouse. The clients added a corner screened porch to the design to take advantage of the scenic and lovely wooded site. Upgrades include in-floor hydronic heat for efficiency, a wood […]


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Architecture & Design, part 5
John Augustus Roebling


The Brooklyn Bridge is an iconic milestone for architectecture for more than just being a large bridge. Find out why? http://youtu.be/pHm5YSMAj_I


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