Posts Tagged ‘New York City’
Tuesday, July 21st, 2015
Article source: STUDIOSC
Within an empty 10,000 Sq. Foot Ground floor space, STUDIOSC was commissioned to envision a creative co-working office in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The concept was to create a refined working environment using materials that would normally be considered trash. The old exterior factory windows that were replaced,were re-purposed to create dividing walls and become interior light sources in the main open desk & conference room area. Working with Roguebuilt, we were able to amass off-cuts of OSB boards that would typically be thrown out or recycled, cut and dyed them on site and created most of the of the delineating elements within the space; entry ceiling, kitchen dividing beam, back wall mosaic wall, kitchen wall accents, and reception desk.
Image Courtesy © Garrett Rowland
- Architects: STUDIOSC
- Project: Brooklyn Desks
- Location: Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York City
- Photography: Garrett Rowland
- LEAD DESIGN: Stephen Conte & Carolina Escobar of STUDIOSC
- CUSTOM MILLWORK FABRICATION: Matt Lake and Dane Steinlicht of Roguebuilt
- PROJECT COMPLETED: OCTOBER 2014
Thursday, July 16th, 2015
Article source: Slade Architecture
Our goal in renovating this penthouse duplex for a young bachelor was to maximize the impact of the light and views that the penthouse floor-through configuration afforded. The existing apartment had terraces on both levels but the windows and interior partitions limited the impact of this exterior exposure on the interior spaces.
Image Courtesy © Slade Architecture
- Architects: Slade Architecture
- Project: Sullivan Street Duplex
- Location: SoHo, New York City, USA
- Software used: AutoCad and Rhino
- Design Team: Hayes Slade (Principal), James Slade (Principal), Stephanie Wong (Project Architect), Julia Malloy
- Client: Private
- MEP Engineer: Pavane and Kwalbrun
- Structural Engineer: Gilsanz Murray Steficek
- Area: 2264 ft sq
Wednesday, July 15th, 2015
Article source: BIG – BJARKE INGELS GROUP
200 Greenwich Street/2 WTC is the capstone in the redevelopment of the World Trade Center and the final component of the revitalization of Lower Manhattan. Located at 200 Greenwich Street and bounded by Church Street to the east, Vesey Street to the north and Fulton Street to the south, the tower will rise to ~1,340 feet, respectfully framing the 9/11 Memorial Park alongside One WTC, 3 WTC and 4 WTC.
Image Courtesy © DBOX
- Architects: BIG – BJARKE INGELS GROUP
- Project: 2 WORLD TRADE CENTER
- Location: 200 Greenwich Street, NYC, USA
- Photography: DBOX
- Collaborators: Adamson Associates, Jaros, Baum & Bolles, WSP Cantor Seinuk, Van Deusen & Associates, Vidaris, Acoustic Distinctions, Gensler, Gardiner & Theobald, AMA, DBOX, Squint/Opera, Radii
- Partners in Charge: Bjarke Ingels, Thomas Christoffersen
- Project Manager: Ute Rinnebach
- Project Designer: Martin Voelkle (more…)
Wednesday, March 18th, 2015
Article source: Rafael Viñoly Architects
Recognizing the need for a greater law enforcement presence and the opportunity for great civic architecture, the New York City Police Department (NYPD) and the Department of Design and Construction (DDC) commissioned Rafael Viñoly Architects to design a station house for Staten Island’s first new precinct in decades, the 121st Precinct.
Image Courtesy © Bruce Damonte
- Architects: Rafael Viñoly Architects
- Project: 121ST POLICE PRECINCT STATION HOUSE
- Location: New York City, US
- Photography: Bruce Damonte
Thursday, June 26th, 2014
Article source: Paolo Venturella Architecture
2040. Population in New York City grows over and over. Inhabitants are more than expected and an original innovative typology appears in the city.
Even if carbon emission has to reduce, the use of energy increases. High rise is the only answer. A solution combining housing and energy systems for a sustainable living starts to be built in various parts of the city.
Image Courtesy © Paolo Venturella Architecture
- Architects: Paolo Venturella Architecture
- Project: FLEX TOWER
- Location:New York City, USA
- Team Design: Cosimo Scotucci, SolarShapeSystem
- Year: 2014
- Type: competition
Tuesday, June 24th, 2014
Article source: Spacesmith
Spacesmith is pleased to announce the completion of the new headquarters for RED, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. The award-winning leader in music distribution and development requested a dynamic, collaborative environment with flexibility to accommodate music industry events.
In designing a space with a strong New York City vibe, a creative visual identity and a nod to the music industry, we tailored the space to RED’s unique and diverse culture.
Image Courtesy © Eduard Hueber
- Architects: Spacesmith
- Project: RED Distribution, Division of SONY
- Location: New York City, United States
- Photography: Eduard Hueber
- Client: RED Music/Sony Music
- Client Representative: CBRE
- General Contractor: Accord Contracting
- MEP: JFK&M
Thursday, June 19th, 2014
Article source: FTL Design Engineering Studio
Located on the north lawn of the United Nations campus, in New York City, the UN Interim Canopy is a Porte Cochere, designed by FTL Design Engineering Studio. The structure sits adjacent to the UN’s new temporary General Assembly building, designed by HLW International. The design serves as an entrance pavilion and security screen for the general assembly delegates. The structure is envisioned as a relocatable building which is intended to be moved to another part of the campus at the completion of the renovation.
Image Courtesy © FTL Design Engineering Studio
Tuesday, June 17th, 2014
Article source: STUDIOKCA
The Head in the Clouds Pavilion on New York City’s Governors Island comes out of the desire to create a ‘place to dream in the city of dreams’. Made from 53,780 recycled plastic bottles – the amount, thrown away in New York City in 1 hour – it is a space where visitors can enter into and contemplate the light and color filtering through the ‘cloud’ from the inside, out.
Image Courtesy © Chuck Choi
- Architects: STUDIOKCA
- Project: Head in the Clouds Pavilion
- Location: New York City, U.S.A
- Photography: Chuck Choi
- Sponsor: Figment, AIA New York ENYA, Structural Engineers Association of New York
- Metal component fabrication: 4th State Metals
Tuesday, April 29th, 2014
Article source: EOA/Elmslie Osler Architect
The new offices of the Paris based digital photo retouching studio B’Pong were designed to help launch their presence in New York City. The entry space and central conference area are wrapped in stacked homasote, to create a sense of mass and weight, a counterpoint to the light coming from skylights above. The workspace beyond is accessed through a door in the mass and reveals glowing workstations. These are encased in corrugated resin and perforated metal screen, creating a moiré effect around the desks.
Image Courtesy © EOA/Elmslie Osler Architect
Thursday, February 27th, 2014
Article source: AA Studio
250 Bowery is a recently completed 40,000 sq/ft new condominium building located on the east side of the Bowery, between Houston and prince Street.
The Bowery is the street that separates NoLiTa (North of Little Italy) from the Lower East Side.
From the Civil war time until a few years ago, The Bowery was still considered the street of the homeless, the prostitutes and the drug addicts and was known for the flophouses.
Image Courtesy © AA Studio
- Architects: AA STUDIO (Aldo Andreoli) and MA ARCHITECTS (Morris Adjmi)
- Project: 250 Bowery
- Location: New York City, USA