Goldstein, Hill & West Architects designs Long Island City’s tallest tower yet

Architecture, Development, East, News
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
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(Courtesy United Construction and Development)

(Courtesy United Construction and Development)

Goldstein, Hill & West Architects (GHWA), in partnership with developer Chris Xu, just unleashed a 79-story residential tower on Long Island City, Queens. At 963 feet tall, the tower will be 305 feet taller than its neighbor, CitiGroup‘s 50-story One Court Square, already one of the tallest buildings in the neighborhood.

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MoMA PS1 names five finalists for the 2016 Young Architects Program

COSMO, the 2015 Young Architects Program installation. (CHARLES ROUSSEL / MOMA)

COSMO, the 2015 Young Architects Program installation. (CHARLES ROUSSEL / MOMA)

MoMA has announced five finalists for the 2016 Young Architects Program. The winner will design and build an installation in MoMA PS1’s courtyard during the summer Warm Up performance series. The honor is considered one of the most prestigious platforms for emerging architects in the United States and internationally. Notably, there are no New York architects on the lists this year.

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Madrid’s Andres Jacque wins MoMA PS1 2015 Young Architects Program

Architecture, East, International
Thursday, February 5, 2015
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(Andres Jacque Architects/Office for Political Innovation_

(Andres Jacque Architects/Office for Political Innovation_

MoMA and MoMA PS 1 have announced the winner of the 2015 Young Architects Program from a shortlist of five firms: Andres Jacque Architects/Office for Political Innovation. Based in Madrid and New York, Jacque’s firm will build COSMO, a large structure made of irrigation tubes and planted zones, which will make the process of water filtration visible to PS 1 visitors.

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BREAKING: HWKN Wins 2012 PS 1 Young Architects Program

East, Newsletter
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
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All images courtesy HWKN

New York-based HWKN has been selected for this year’s MoMA/PS 1 Young Architects Program. Their proposal, called “Wendy,” uses standard scaffolding to create a visually arresting object that straddles the three outdoor rooms of the PS 1 courtyard. Tensioned fabric coated in smog-eating paint provides shelter and programming areas including a stage, shower, and misters. “Their proposal is quite attractive in a number of ways. It’s very economical in terms of design,” said Pedro Gadanho, the curator of contemporary architecture at MoMA. “One object creates a variety of programmatic and ecological conditions and its scale rivals the height of the PS 1 building.” Read More

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