Arquitectonica gets real wavy with new seaside tower in Florida

Architecture, East, News, Skyscrapers, Unveiled
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
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(Courtesy Arquitectonica)

(Courtesy Arquitectonica)

Arquitectonica tests the surf with ocean-influenced Regalia, a newly unveiled 488-foot-tall luxury condo in Sunny Isles, a city northeast of Miami. But the Florida skyscraper is leaving us with a distinct sense of déjà vu.

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Bjarke Ingels brings the park up to the tower in a new skyscraper at Hudson Yards

Architecture, East, News, Unveiled
Monday, February 8, 2016
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The Spiral. (Courtesy Tishman Speyer)

The Spiral. (Courtesy Tishman Speyer)

In a new Manhattan skyscraper, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) reinterprets the tower-in-the-park by bringing the park up into the tower.

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Six design firms team up for this crazy parking garage facade in the Miami Design District

Architecture, Art, Design, East, Unveiled
Monday, February 8, 2016
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WORK AC + J. Mayer H. 's facade (Courtesy Miami Design District)

WORK AC + J. Mayer H. ‘s facade. (Courtesy Miami Design District)

The Miami Design District is renowned for its novel architectural and art scene, including many novel parking garages by top architects. In a sort of game of architectural one-upmanship, another parking garage is about to add a jolt of art by transforming its facade into a larger-than-life canvas.

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Rumored Financial District supertall by FXFOWLE gets a trim, but will the views make up for it?

Architecture, East, News, Unveiled
Friday, January 29, 2016
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(Courtesy DBox)

(Courtesy DBox)

Rumor had it that the Financial District would be getting a 1,000-foot-tall tower on Trinity Place. This week, renderings were revealed for the FXFOWLE-designed building, and, at 500 feet, it’s considerably shorter than anticipated. As a consolation to supertall lovers out there, every unit will have water views.

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Jeanne Gang’s fire station brings civic design to deep Brooklyn neighborhood

Architecture, East, Unveiled
Thursday, January 28, 2016
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(Courtesy Studio Gang)

(Courtesy Studio Gang)

Chicago-based Studio Gang is designing a modern fire station for the Brownsville community in Brooklyn. The two-story, precast concrete structure, to be built on a vacant lot at 1815 Sterling Place, includes bright red accents as the facade pulls away from the street plane.

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Schmidt Hammer Lassen designs a Danish residential complex with green facades inspired by a local ivy-covered school

Valdemars Have. (Courtesy Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects)

Valdemars Have. (Courtesy Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects)

Last week, Scandinavian firm Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects announced another win. The firm will design a new residential development, Valdemars Have, in the heart of Aarhus, the second largest city in Denmark.

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New York’s enormous Javits Center could grow $1 billion larger with Cuomo’s plan and FXFOWLE’s design

Development, East, News, Unveiled
Monday, January 18, 2016
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(Courtesy NYS Governor's Office)

(Courtesy NYS Governor’s Office)

As part of a package of proposals for his 2016 agenda, development on Manhattan’s West Side will intensify. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo recently revealed a $1 billion plan to expand the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. The expansion, designed by New York–based FXFOWLE, calls for adding 1.2 million square feet of event and meeting space, as well as a four-story, 480,000-square-foot parking garage to house the 20,000 or so tractor-trailers that bring event supplies to and from the venue each year.

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Architects take cues from industrial landscape painting to transform Raleigh’s Warehouse District

Architecture, East, News, Newsletter, Unveiled
Wednesday, January 6, 2016
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(Courtesy Duda Pane Architects)

(Courtesy Duda Pane Architects)

Raleigh, North Carolina’s diminutive Warehouse District is getting a big newcomer. Durham, North Carolina–based Duda Paine Architects has released renderings for a 17-story, mixed-use development on the current site of a three story warehouse.

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ODA brings mallcore to Brooklyn with this stacked mixed-use development

(Courtesy ODA)

(Courtesy ODA)

Master box-stacking architecture firm ODA has unveiled its latest addition to the Brooklyn cityscape: an eight story, mixed-used development at 71 White Street in East Williamsburg. Read More

Mark it Six: Zaha Hadid unveils another skyscraper in Australia, this time in Melbourne

(Courtesy Zaha Hadid Architects)

(Courtesy Zaha Hadid Architects)

Zaha Hadid is designing another skyscraper in Australia. Following designs for a trio of towers in Brisbane and a pair of towers in Gold Coast, the London-based architect has just submitted plans for another tower, this time in Melbourne.

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Move over Bjarke, there’s another ski-slope-topped building in town

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Courtesy World Architecture Festival

While warm weather is expanding across the United States, residents of Kazakhstan are embracing the cold winter weather they are receiving. The residents of Slalom House, a 21-story apartment block in Kazakhstan’s capital Astana, may be getting an over-the-top amenity: a 1,000-foot ski slope.

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After Zaha Hadid bows out, two new proposals unveiled for the Tokyo Olympic Stadium

Proposal from "B" (Courtesy Japan Sports Council)

Proposal from “A” (Courtesy Japan Sports Council)

After controversy and budget overruns surrounding Zaha Hadid‘s curvy design for Tokyo’s Olympic Stadium, the starchitect bowed out of the running. But Tokyo still needs a stadium, and two just-released proposals show a decidedly more traditional design.

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