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Norman Foster Revisits New York’s Hearst Tower With Drones

To mark the 10th anniversary of the topping out of New York City’s Hearst Tower, Lord Foster returned in order to narrate a short film shedding new light on the building with the aid of camera drones. The 46 storey building – which… Sigue leyendo

Norman Foster Revisits New York’s Hearst Tower With Drones

To mark the 10th anniversary of the topping out of New York City’s Hearst Tower, Lord Foster returned in order to narrate a short film shedding new light on the building with the aid of camera drones. The 46 storey building – which… Sigue leyendo

Vincent Laforet’s Images of New York From Above Will Take Your Breath Away

Something he has “dreamed of capturing for decades,” Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Vincent Laforet… has released a stunning set of images that captures his hometown of New York in a way that has never before been seen. Taken from a nauseating 7500-feet Sigue leyendo

New York’s “City of Dreams” Competition Selects Two Winners

Two winners have been announced for the fifth annual cycle of New York’s “City of Dreams” competition: the “Billion Oyster Pavilion” by locally-based BanG Studio and “Organic Growth” by Izaskun Chinchilla Architects… of Madrid and London. Pending approvals and fundraising, Sigue leyendo

Five Design Teams Re-Envision New York’s Public Libraries

There are 207 branch libraries in the city of New York, each providing a number of services to city residents. From the simple lending of books to adult technical literacy classes, these institutions are as vital as they were before… Sigue leyendo

Five Design Teams Re-Envision New York’s Public Libraries

There are 207 branch libraries in the city of New York, each providing a number of services to city residents. From the simple lending of books to adult technical literacy classes, these institutions are as vital as they were before… Sigue leyendo

Video: Santiago Calatrava On His Design For Ground Zero’s Only Non-Secular Building

In a film for the BBC Magazine, Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava talks through his designs for the new St. Nicholas Church – the only non-secular building on the 9/11 Memorial site. The building, which broke ground last year, has been described by… Sigue leyendo

New York’s Storefront Launches “Street Architecture” Competition

On the occasion of Ideas City 2015, the biennial Festival created to explore the future city and to effect change, Storefront for Art and Architecture, along with the New Museum and the New York City Department of Transportation, is launching a competition for the design and construction of an outdoor structure—a work of “Street Architecture” that facilitates new forms of collective gathering and engagement with the city. Continue reading to learn more. 

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Why Are There Still No Built Traces of New York’s Tech Industry?

For many architects, the chance to make an impression on the landscape of New York City is a sign of distinction, an indication that they have “made the big time.” But it’s not just architects who have this desire: for decades, the … Sigue leyendo

Interior Renders of Robert AM Stern’s 520 Park Avenue, NYC’s Most Expensive Apartment Building

This news article was originally published by 6sqft.…
Robert A.M. Stern‘s 520 Park Avenue has already been called “the next 15 Central Park West,” and like its Stern predecessor, 520 is an ultra-luxury development with a stately façade wrapped in stone. Set to Sigue leyendo