In the heart of Chelsea, the design team of Architecture Research Office has transformed and expanded three buildings for the Dia Art Foundation, adding new facades, interior connections, and flexible, multi-functional spaces.
Named the Atmospheric Veil, Re-a.d’s new project proposes a solution to aging buildings, while also making this particular 675,986 square foot office building located at 63 Madison Avenue in New York attractive and suitable for modern-day living, by turning the outdoor spaces into socializing, dining and working spaces, which is particularly fitting as we imagine the world post-Covid, when many of us will be returning to office work.
Architect Alexandra Barker, founder of Barker Associates Architecture Office, renovates and transforms an 1870s Brooklyn brownstone townhouse, into a family-of-four triplex residence with a garden, maximizing open spaces and creating new natural light sources with touches of colorful details and patterns, inspired by shades of green and plant motifs.
Designed by Robert Stern and SLCE for Lendlease, L+M, and Daiwa House, Claremont Hall at 100 Claremont evokes the historic and classic character of its west side neighborhood surrounded by Columbia University and a world-class academic community.
Designed by Perkins Eastman and Ennead Architects, the new David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care for the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center uses the whole building as an active participant in a patient’s care, with the goal to reduce tensions and anxieties common to healthcare facilities in order to enhance patient outcomes.
St. Nicholas was illuminated during a service that recently took place outside the church to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the attacks, which resulted in the collapse of the 110-story World Trade Center towers.
The design of the house balances the use of modular fabrication and the craft of traditional construction methods. The structure is made of a high-quality, high-strength Southern Yellow Pine, laminated and milled into beams and columns with highly-precise profiles.
Designed by Eran Chen and the design team at ODA and developed by Adam America Real Estate and Northlink Capital, the new tower is located at the corner of West 91st Street and Broadway and will yield 57 units in one- to five-bedroom layouts ranging from 887 square feet to 3,524 square feet.
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