Posts Tagged ‘New York’
Wednesday, September 7th, 2016
Article source: Eisner Design
This project is an addition to the old 1970’s house by keeping the existing structure with new structures attaching to it.
The programmatic goals were to enlarge a very small kitchen & dining area, add a new den on the 1st floor having direct connection to the pool area that had not previously existed, and add a new master bedroom on the 2nd floor. The new mahogany walkway leading to the pool continues into the house to provide access and a direct visual connection to the pool.
Image Courtesy © Eisner Design
- Architects: Eisner Design
- Project: Modern Beach house
- Location: 28 Alewive Brook Road, East Hampton, New York, USA
- Built: 2012
Thursday, August 25th, 2016
Article source: Weston Baker Creative Group
The Hybrid Farm Apartment Building is a new building type designed for cities, which offers farm space for locally grown produce as well as residences. This particular hybrid farm design also addresses local conditions at the High Line and positions the hybrid building within the general context of architecture in the area. The geometry of the building adjusts to the angle of the sun throughout the day. Only the top of the building sees the morning sun because of the height of the surrounding buildings in Chelsea. As the sun comes across the sky to the West, the building twists to evenly distribute daylight throughout the day. The farm terraces are accessible by residents of the apartments on each floor. There is a public observation garden on the top floor and an art gallery on the second floor, both accessible from the High Line.
Image Courtesy © Weston Baker Creative Group
Sunday, August 14th, 2016
Article source: The Turett Collaborative
TCA has had a lot of experience connecting smaller apartments together into a seamless whole, but this adventurous client requested something we’d never seen before. In a newly constructed multi-residential development, in the East Village of NYC, TCA had the opportunity to meet a unique client’s desire to combine two penthouse condos… with a helical slide. In this transformation, two identical 1-bedroom units, one atop the other, were combined into a duplex 2-bedroom home with the option to descend in the usual way on a new Italian-made “Rintal” stair, or more speedily, in a seated position, careening through the new double-height atrium.
Image Courtesy © Travis Mark Photography
- Architects: The Turett Collaborative
- Project: East Village Penthouse
- Location: New York, USA
- Photography: Travis Mark Photography
- Software used: Vectorworks and Revit
Thursday, August 11th, 2016
Article source: Sigurd Larsen Design & Architecture
The idea of working with repeated motives of a barn gable is inspired by the American painters Charles Sheeler and Andrew Wyeth. Sculptural monoliths of barns are orientated according to the sloping landscapes giving interesting compositions where many volumes in various directions can be seen as a layered additive structure.
Image Courtesy © Sigurd Larsen
- Architects: Sigurd Larsen Design & Architecture
- Project: The Barn House
- Location: Diamond Point, New York, Lake George, USA
- Photography: Sigurd Larsen
- Client: Ruth and Mark Ward
- General Contractor: Darrow Mansfield
- Size: 140m2
- Year of completion: 2016
Thursday, August 4th, 2016
Article source: Concrete
Smart use of space
All Urby apartments feel larger than they are as a result of smart use of the available space. Despite being compact, the units are built with an optimal flow and spatial balance in mind. Sliding doors between connecting spaces let residents fully open up the apartment and experience its full size and sense of space. All apartments boast windows across the full width of the units. Combined with a straightforward design and use of light colours, the large windows bring daylight and a sense of spaciousness deep into the apartments, while at the same time offering panoramic views.
Image Courtesy © Ewout Huibers
- Architects: Concrete
- Project: Urby staten island
- Location: Navy Pier Court, Staten Island, New York – USA
- Photography: Ewout Huibers, Jody Kivort
- Client: ironstate development, hoboken, USA
- Concept: ironstate (david barry) and concrete
- Start design: 2011
- Opening: July 2016
Tuesday, July 26th, 2016
Article source: Studio Fuksas
After Hong Kong Chater House and Tokyo Ginza Tower, Fifth Avenue completes the trilogy of the Armani Stores designed by Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas for the famous designer.
Situated in the centre of New York, in one of the world’s well known streets, the project takes up the first three floors of the two buildings located between 5th Avenue and 56th Street.
Image Courtesy © Ramon Prat
- Architects: Studio Fuksas (Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas)
- Project: Armani Fifth Avenue
- Location: 5th Avenue – 56th Street, New York, USA
- Photography: Ramon Prat and SAMA-Allan Toft
- Client: Gruppo Giorgio Armani
- Contractor: Americon Construction Inc.
- Engineering: Engineer Gilberto Sarti
- Lighting: Speirs & Major Associates
- Area: 2,800 sq. m.
- Period: 2007-2009
Sunday, July 24th, 2016
Article source: ArchiCGI
There aren’t many details in this design, and nothing distracts the mind from comfort and relaxation. With 3D imagery, you don’t need words to prove the uniqueness and effectiveness of your ideas, as visualizations will speak much more. 3D is a perfect way to recreate colors and textures, and, unlike photographic imagery, it can give you exactly what you need for your design project.
Image Courtesy © ArchiCGI
- Architects: ArchiCGI
- Project: Rendering Interior Design for Bedroom
- Location: New York, USA
Wednesday, July 20th, 2016
Article source: TPG Architecture
When TPG Architecture first began working on the Condé Nast Entertainment (CNE) project in 2013 at 222 Broadway in New York City, the designers were given the mandate to create a space that was comfortable, homey and would allow for long work days and nights. The second piece of information that was relevant to the design was implicit, not stated directly: that CNE is one of the fastest-growing division of Conde Nast’s business, with expected growth in employees, revenues, services and product offerings in the next three years.
utilization of all space for collaboration (TV), Image Courtesy © Eric Laignel
- Architects: TPG Architecture
- Project: Condé Nast Entertainment
- Location: New York, USA
- Photography: Eric Laignel
- Software used: Revit, sketch up, and autoCAD
- Square Footage: 83,000 RSF
- Year: 2014
Tuesday, July 19th, 2016
Article source: ikon.5 architects
Set within the existing Bedford building of The City University of New York, the Medgar Evers College Library transforms an existing 45,000 square foot traditional library into a modern information commons. A new addition, located adjacent to the library, adds a glassy 2,000 square foot welcome center that gives the library a more civic presence on the street while providing new front door to the College along Bedford Avenue.
Image Courtesy © ikon.5 architects
- Architects: ikon.5 architects
- Project: CUNY Medgar Evers College Library
- Location: New York, U.S.A
- Electrical: Rockmor Electric
- Mechanical: King Freeze
Wednesday, July 6th, 2016
Article source: SHoP Architects
Culminating a six-month design competition, Syracuse University today announced SHoP Architects, a world-renowned architect firm headquartered in New York City, has been selected to conceptualize and design the new National Veterans Resource Complex (NVRC). The NVRC, a first-of-its-kind multi-use facility, is among the most transformative initiatives contained within the University’s Campus Framework, a draft of which was shared with the University community yesterday.
Image Courtesy © SHoP Architects PC
- Architects: SHoP Architects
- Project: NATIONAL VETERANS RESOURCE COMPLEX (NVRC)
- Location: Syracuse, New York, U.S.A