Posts Tagged ‘New York’
Saturday, July 27th, 2013
Article source: Sorg Architects
In response to MOMA/PS1’s challenge to present innovative ideas to protect the coastline area of the Rockaways in New York City, which had been destroyed by Hurricane Sandy, Sorg Architects focused not only on rebuilding the boardwalk there, but on creating the boardwalk as simultaneously a community gathering place and a functional infrastructure to protect the shoreline.
Image Courtesy © Sorg Architects
Saturday, July 20th, 2013
Article source: Stephen Yablon Architect
In response to the MoMA PS1 Rockaway Call for Ideas, Stephen Yablon Architect’s “Yona on the Beach,” which was one of the selected entries, accepts the inherent and increasingly dynamic weather conditions of barrier islands. SYA’s idea is a new model for barrier island settlements; entire beach neighborhoods are raised high above the 100 year flood plain so that the barrier island below can naturally shift and change during storms with minimal impact to human habitation.
Image Courtesy © Stephen Yablon Architect
- Architects: Stephen Yablon Architect
- Project: “Yona on the Beach”
- Location: Rockaway, New York
- Team: Stephen Yablon, Pearl Kang, Rossitsa Kirilova, John Hsu, Dirk Pause
- Year: 2013
Thursday, June 13th, 2013
Article source: Barker Freeman Design Office Architects pllc
This proposal for the Fresh Kills landscape in Staten Island, New York engages visitors and the environment into generating energy using piezoelectricity, which is the conversion of mechanical movement into electricity. Energy from wind, sound vibration, and human movement can collectively be harvested from the movement of natural piezoelectric materials embedded in walkable surfaces and bendable wind-capturing stalks and streamers.
Image Courtesy © Barker Freeman Design Office Architects pllc
Tuesday, June 11th, 2013
Article source: Chat Travieso
A joint project between The Architectural League of New York and PEN World Voices Festival in collaboration with Little Free Library, LTD., Little Free Library/NYC was a design/build competition in which ten designers were chosen to install a Little Free Library in collaboration with a host community organization in the Lower East Side. Little Free Libraries are small publicly accessible book shelters that function on an honor system of “take a book, return a book.” Titled “Word Play”, artist and architectural designer Chat Travieso’s library plays with the idea of stacking and perspective.
Image Courtesy © Chat Travieso
- Architect: Chat Travieso
- Project: Word Play – a little free library
- Location: New york
- Software used: Rhino
Sunday, June 2nd, 2013
Article source: Perkins Eastman
Avenues: The World School is a new private international learning community that introduces an educational model that responds to the unique educational needs of 21st-century students in their increasingly connected world. With curriculum shared across the school’s eventual 20 worldwide campuses, the school requires a state-of-the-art facility that supports a learning environment that traverses time zones and languages while it educates and inspires.
Image Courtesy © Chris Cooper
- Architects: Perkins Eastman
- Project: Avenues The World School
- Location: New York, USA
- Photography: Chris Cooper
Wednesday, May 29th, 2013
Article source: FXFOWLE Architects
Hudson Hill Condominium designed by FXFOWLE (2009) is located just west of Columbus Circle in the Clinton Hill District in New York City. The infill building’s Trespa-paneled façade, spanning 125 feet, is designed to actuate the street wall and bring character to the residential units. Designed to appear more opaque from the east, the faceted façade harmonizes with the adjacent rows of townhouses and small apartment buildings. The façade opens to the west so many of the two and three bedroom apartments capture views of a park at the corner of Tenth Avenue and the Hudson River beyond.
Image courtesy FXFOWLE Architects
- Architects: FXFOWLE Architects
- Project: Hudson Hill Condominium
- Location: New York, USA
- Client: Alchemy Properties
- Completion: 2009
- Area: 103,000 GSF / 9,500 GSM
- Type: Residential
- Tags: 462 West 58th Street
Thursday, May 16th, 2013
Article source: Gianluca Milesi Architecture
“DO IT BEFORE NOT AFTER” – floating structures operation – A new way to think at disaster. The worlds is becoming more and more sensitive to the climate changing, that, according to the most reputed studies, will have heavy and often dramatic effects on the earth and on us. Recently very well known dramatic events pushed the citizens, the governments and the organizations to think new and more appropriate strategies in order to provide relief to the population’s victims of these catastrophic natural events. This is the aim of this competition too.
Image courtesy Gianluca Milesi Architecture
Saturday, April 6th, 2013
Article source: Harrison Atelier
For Pharmacophore: Architectural Placebo, a design-dance installation at the Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York in December 2011, Harrison Atelier (HAt) designed a pharmaceutical-cultural landscape which included a network of polyurethane inflatables lodged within a glazed and steel seating structure recalling both pharmaceutical company facade and medical waiting room. The audience sat within this framework, apposed to the back-lit glass and resting against the inflatables.
Image Courtesy Harrison Atelier: Performance photos
- Architects: Harrison Atelier
- Project: Pharmacophore
- Location: New York
- Commissioned by: Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York City
- Date: Nov. 22−Dec. 8, 2011
- Design: Seth and Ariane Harrison, Harrison Atelier (HAt)
- Choreography: Silas Riener
- Lighting: Aaron Copp and Nick Houfek
- Music Composition and Performance: Loren Dempster
- Performers: Rashaun Mitchell, Silas Riener, Jamie Scott and Melissa Toogood
- Software used: Rhino, Maya and Maxwell for renders and fabrication drawings
Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013
Article source: studio a/b architects
In a historic waterfront village on the North Folk of Long Island, this six-stall barn/garage sits on a property line facing an alley. A shed stands behind the barn. The rustic appearance of the two buildings, standing side-by-side, is part of the character of the village. Adopting the appearance as they sit together, the design inserts two box-spaces, a “Semi-enclosed patio” and a “Boxed Light”.
AFTER THE RENOVATION : Image Courtesy © Peter Mauss
- Architects: studio a/b architects
- Project: Barn Studio
- Location: Orient, New York, USA
- Photography: Peter Mauss
- Project architect: Hideaki Ariizumi
- Partner: Glynis Berry
- Program: Preservation and renovation of residential accessory buildings: barn and shed. Climatizing the structures for use of a studio, storage and workshop. The creation of a family retreat.
Saturday, March 30th, 2013
Article source: Stamberg Aferiat + Associates
The Shelter Island Pavilion gave Peter Stamberg and Paul Aferiat an opportunity to bring their influences, inspirations, aspirations and years of architectural design to bear in one place with only themselves and their budget to define the boundaries. They chose to draw on specific inspirations such as Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavilion, Le Corbusier’s Ronchamps, and Marcel Breuer’s Wassily Chair.
Image Courtesy © Paul Warchol
- Architects: Stamberg Aferiat + Associates
- Project: Shelter Island Pavilion
- Location: Shelter Island, New York, USA
- Photography: Paul Warchol
- Size of home: 1100SF
- Lot size: 1/3 acre
- Cost: Withheld
- Date of completion: 2010
- Project Team: Peter Stamberg, Paul Aferiat, Keith Tsang, Joshua Homer, Ryan Harvey,
Josh Lekwa, Anna Portoghese, Michael Bardin, Adam Greene, Jasmit Rangr.
- Construction Manager: deVries and Wallace
- Structural Engineer: Robert Silman Associates
- Mechanical Engineer: AltieriSeborWieber LLC
- Software used: AutoCAD, 3DStudio Max and Rhino