TEN Arquitectos tapped to design a new mixed-use luxury development in the Cayman Islands

(Courtesy TEN Arquitectos)

(Courtesy TEN Arquitectos)

Mexico City– and New York–based architecture firm TEN Arquitectos has been tapped to design a new mixed-use luxury hotel in the Cayman Islands. The $250 million project’s developer, Beach Bay Land Ltd, announced the selection this week at Art Basel.

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OMA selected to design The Factory, a major arts complex in Manchester, England

(Courtesy OMA)

(Courtesy OMA)

After fending off  Rafael Viñoly, Zaha Hadid, Nicholas Grimshaw, Haworth Tompkins Limited and compatriots Mecanoo, OMA‘s design for “The Factory” will become Manchester’s new art house. Lead by Rem Koolhaas, The Factory will be in the British city’s center and is touted to cost $166 million with a further $13.5 million-a-year to run.

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SHoP Architects towers over Long Island City’s Anable Basin with three new towers

Architecture, Development, East, News, Unveiled
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
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45-40 Vernon Boulevard (Courtesy SHoP)

45-40 Vernon Boulevard (Courtesy SHoP)

While everyone was distracted by Monday’s BIG news on the High Line, SHoP unveiled a three-tower complex on the waterfront in Long Island City, Queens. The tallest tower, at 45-40 Vernon Boulevard, will be 28 stories, with 296 residential units. Read More

Behnisch and SRG team up on urban-minded business school at Portland State University

Architecture, Unveiled, West
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
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A pedestrian friendly design links the School of Business Administration to the city of Portland. (Courtesy Behnisch Architekten)

A pedestrian friendly design links the School of Business Administration to the city of Portland. (Courtesy Behnisch Architekten)

Construction is underway on the renovation and expansion of Portland State University School of Business Administration. Behnisch Architekten is collaborating with local SRG Partnership on the downtown Portland design, which strives to better connect the school to the urban fabric and uphold the school’s sustainable values. As such, they are targeting a LEED Platinum rating. Read More

Here’s Daniel Libeskind design for the Lithuanian Modern Art Center

(Courtesy Lithuanian Modern Art Center)

(Courtesy Lithuanian Modern Art Center)

Daniel Libeskind has released the design for a 33,400 square-foot, contemporary art center in the heart of Vilnius, Lithuania, a city famous for its baroque architecture and medieval old town. The center, which represents Vilnius past and present, was designed by Studio Libeskind in partnership with Do Architects and Baltic Engineers. It is the first center ever to be dedicated solely to modern and contemporary art by Lithuanian artists.

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Norman Foster plants a new Apple Store in the heart of Chicago

Architecture, Midwest, News, Unveiled
Monday, November 23, 2015
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(Chicago Department of Planning and Development)

(Chicago Department of Planning and Development)

Foster + Partners has revealed initial images of a proposed Apple store at the intersection of Michigan Avenue and the Chicago River. The new store will replace their existing Michigan Avenue flagship store six blocks to the north.

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The sky’s the limit: Bjarke Ingels lands a pair of slanting towers on the High Line

(Courtesy BIG)

76 Eleventh Avenue (Courtesy BIG)

Clearly, higher ups at the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) are channeling beloved New York rapper Notorious B.I.G.’s approach to urban space. The firm’s recent high-profile commissions (hello, Pittsburgh!) reflect Biggie’s mantra: “the sky is the limit, and [you] know that you can have what you want, be what you want, have what you want, be what you want,” ad infinitum.

Now, Ingels is again looking skyward with a new project along New York’s High Line.

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Here’s how BIG, West 8, and Atelier Ten will reshape Pittsburgh in a new master plan

Architecture, East, News, Newsletter, Unveiled, Urbanism
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
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(Courtesy BIG)

(Courtesy BIG)

BIG news for downtown Pittsburgh: New York–based Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), West 8 Landscape Architects, and Atelier Ten were tapped by private developers McCormack Baron Salazar and the Pittsburgh Penguins to create a master plan for 28 acres in Pittsburgh‘s Lower Hill District. Today, those plans were unveiled.

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Oklahoma’s Will Rogers World Airport to get a new wing by FSB and HOK

Architecture, Midwest, Unveiled
Friday, November 13, 2015
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Oklahoma Airport Trust approves a bright new terminal at Will Rogers World Airport. Courtesy FSB and HOK

Oklahoma Airport Trust approves a bright new terminal at Will Rogers World Airport. Courtesy FSB and HOK

The Oklahoma Airport Trust has approved the schematic designs for a new terminal expansion at Will Rogers World Airport. The design team, lead by Oklahoma City–based Frankfurt-Short-Bruza Associates (FSB), with partners Hellmuth Obata & Kassabaum (HOK), have integrated the latest in airport security, technology, and circulation into their brightly daylit plan.

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Harvard experiments with new science and engineering facilities designed by Behnisch Architekten

Architecture, East, News, Unveiled
Friday, November 13, 2015
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(Courtesy Behnisch Architekten)

(Courtesy Behnisch Architekten)

Harvard University has submitted plans by Behnisch Architekten with the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) for a six story, 500,000-square-foot science and engineering complex on its Allston campus. Read More

Kohn Pedersen Fox unleashes a 600-foot-tall office building in Downtown Brooklyn

Architecture, East, News, Unveiled
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
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(Courtesy KPF)

(Courtesy KPF)

It’s a big week for big Brooklyn skyscrapers. Yesterday, SHoP Architects and Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates unveiled plans for towers within a block of each other, in the Brooklyn Tech Triangle. KPF is developing the 400,000 square foot office and retail project at 420 Albee Square in partnership with JEMB Realty and the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC). At 600 feet tall, the tower will be 400 feet shorter than SHoP’s, but it will still reign as Brooklyn’s second tallest building.

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Early renderings of SHoP’s 1,000-foot-tall Downtown Brooklyn skyscraper revealed

A preliminary rendering of the tower (Via YIMBY)

A preliminary rendering of the tower (Via YIMBY)

In August, AN speculated that a super skinny, supertall tower was coming to Brooklyn. Now, real estate watchblog YIMBY has uncovered a design by SHoP Architects for the 90-story, 1,000-foot-tall tower slated for Downtown Brooklyn. Read More

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