Gluckman Tang’s $24 million renovation of the Staten Island Museum opens after a decade

Architecture, Art, East, Interiors, Preservation
Friday, September 18, 2015
(Courtesy Bruce Damonte)

(Courtesy Bruce Damonte)

Ten years in the making, the renovation of one of Staten Island‘s oldest buildings—part of the Staten Island Museum expansion—is finally complete. Well, almost.

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One of these two first prize winners will build the new Bauhaus Museum in Dessau, Germany

Architecture, Awards, International, Newsletter
Wednesday, September 9, 2015
(Courtesy Bauhaus)

(Courtesy Bauhaus)

In August in Dessau, Germany, a jury in the design competition for the construction of the Bauhaus Museum awarded two first prizes. By a majority vote, the joint winners are from New York and Barcelona with third and fourth place teams hailing from Zürich and Toronto. The design to be constructed from the shortlist of two is yet to be selected.

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Unveiled> Bjarke Ingels’ Winding Design for a Swiss Watch Museum

APM Design (Courtesy Bjarke Ingels Group)

APM Design (Courtesy Bjarke Ingels Group)

The Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) has won a design competition held by Audemars Piguet, a Swiss watchmaker, and are now tasked with creating the Maison des Fondateurs museum in Le Brassus, Switzerland. The 25,800 foot Maison des Fondateurs will be located in the midst of numerous workshops and factories embedded in the history of the Swiss watchmaking company.

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On View> Dan Graham’s Rooftop Pavilion at the Metropolitan Museum Reflects on Public Space

(Courtesy Metropolitan Museum)

(Courtesy Metropolitan Museum)

Hedge Two-Way Mirror Walkabout
Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 5th Avenue, New York
Through November 2. 2014

One of the great gifts bestowed on New York in the summer is the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s roof garden. You are thrust into Olmsted’s Central Park from a promontory surrounded by the perimeter skyline on all sides. The trick with the rooftop art commissions is to play with the space, the views, and the interrelationships between the two. The goal is to make the viewer see them differently—you want to feel like the rooftop is your personal terrace in the sky while sharing it with others in a magnificent secret shared space.

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Video> Jennifer Steinkamp Turns the St. Louis Contemporary Art Museum Inside Out

Tuesday, November 12, 2013
(Jennifer Steinkamp)

(Jennifer Steinkamp)

Digital artist Jennifer Steinkamp’s first installation in a series at St. Louis’ Contemporary Art Museum is up and running, transforming the museum’s facade into a projection screen for large-scale video art. Steinkamp’s installation, Orbit, features trees, vines, and other plants whipped up by turbulent windAN brought you images from the work back in October, but take a look at the newest video of the project below.

Watch the video after the jump.

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