Post-Office Architectes puts its stamp on Tribeca with a luxury takeover on Church Street

Architecture, Development, East, News
Tuesday, January 5, 2016
30 Warren Street (Courtesy M-Prime)

30 Warren (Courtesy M-Prime)

Block by block, the line of demarcation between “prime Tribeca” and Tribeca is slowly creeping south. New York– and Paris-based Post-Office Architectes recently unveiled a 12 story, 23 unit luxury residential building at 30 Warren Street. Read More

On View> Luminaries at the Brookfield Place Winter Garden

Art, Design, East, Interiors, Lighting, On View
Tuesday, December 29, 2015
(Courtesy Rockwell Group)

(Courtesy Rockwell Group)

Brookfield Place Winter Garden
10:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
230 Vesey St., New York
Through January 10, 2016

New York–based architecture and design practice Rockwell Group is lighting up New York City this holiday season with Luminaries, an interactive lighting display inside the ten-story, glass-vaulted pavilion Winter Garden Atrium at Brookfield Place New York. Read More

With LinkNYC, New York City says goodbye payphones, hello free wi-fi

City Terrain, East, News, Urbanism
Tuesday, December 29, 2015
(intersection_co / Instagram)

(intersection_co / Instagram)

It is the beginning of the end for New York City’s ubiquitous public payphones. This morning, one of the City’s first public Wi-Fi hubs was installed near Manhattan’s Union Square as part of the LinkNYC initiative, through which 10,000 “Links,” or kiosks, will be installed across all five boroughs. Read More

Ford Foundation announces renovation of its Kevin Roche–designed headquarters in New York

Architecture, East, Newsletter, Preservation
Wednesday, December 16, 2015
The Ford Foundation (Richard Barnes)

The Ford Foundation. (Richard Barnes)

The Ford Foundation announced today that Gensler will lead a $190 million renovation of its Manhattan headquarters in East Midtown. The renovation will bring the building up to code while preserving the 1967 modernist design by Kevin Roche and John Dinkeloo.

More after the jump.

100 Fountains will revive New York City’s esteemed public drinking culture

City Terrain, Design, East, Urbanism
Tuesday, December 15, 2015
A drinking fountain on the High Line (Eden, Janine and Jim / Flickr)

A drinking fountain on the High Line (Eden, Janine and Jim / Flickr)

Water, water, everywhere,
Nor any drop to drink.
—Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

Though New York has the some of the cleanest municipal tap water, New Yorkers now consume 1.25 billion bottles of water annually. A contributing factor to the rise in bottled water consumption is the decline in the number of public drinking fountains. New York–based Pilot Projects would like to revive the grand tradition of public bubblers through a novel design/build competition.

More after the jump.

New York City’s building trades unions rally at City Hall for higher wages, better working conditions

East, News
Thursday, December 10, 2015
Building trades union members at a rally today for better wages and working conditions (Audrey Wachs / AN)

Building trades union members at a rally today for better wages and working conditions (Audrey Wachs / AN)

Today, members of New York’s building trades unions marched on City Hall for wages that correspond to the rising cost of living, safer working conditions, more diversity, and strong unions to advocate on behalf of all workers. Middle Class Strong, a grassroots coalition administered through the Building & Construction Trades Council of Greater New York, organized the march and rally. Read More

Taking Buildings Down: Storefront provokes ideas on the built environment in new competition

(Credit: Storefront for Art and Architecture)

(Credit: Storefront for Art and Architecture)

Perhaps following up on its Halloween Party this year that explored the theme “DEMO,” as in DEMO-lition among other words sharing the root, the Storefront for Art & Architecture has launched a competition called “Taking Buildings Down,” where “removal is all that is allowed.”

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New York promotes active design at the 2015 FitCity conference

East, Transportation, Urbanism
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
(Credit: AIA New York)

(Courtesy AIA New York)

Last month, AIA New York and the New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene held the tenth annual FitCity conference. The event, which hosted a multi-disciplinary group of nearly 500 participants ranging from architects and designers to policymakers and public health officials, explored some of the approaches and strategies that could be implemented to create a more healthful and “fit” New York City.

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MoMA names Sean Anderson associate curator of the Department of Architecture and Design

Chloe Burton Photography; Corporate Headshot; Chloe Burton; Sean Anderson

Sean Anderson, Associate Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art, NY. Courtesy MoMA

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York has selected Sean Anderson as its new associate curator in the department of architecture and design. Anderson will work alongside fellow department employees to create collections, exhibitions, and public programs that focus on contemporary architecture.

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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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Santiago Calatrava awarded European Prize for Architecture

Awards, East, International
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Calatrava receives the award. (Bill Menking)

Calatrava receives the award. (Bill Menking / AN)

Tuesday night at a ceremony on the 33rd floor of World Trade Center 7, high above his World Trade Center Transportation Hub, Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava was awarded the European Prize for Architecture by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and the European Centre for Architecture. Read More

Sleek renderings show what it’s like to live in Zaha Hadid’s luxurious 520 West 28th Street in New York

Architecture, East, Interiors, News
Monday, November 16, 2015
Rendering courtesy Hayes Davidson

Rendering courtesy Hayes Davidson

Renowned architect Zaha Hadid has unveiled interior renderings of her futuristic, 11-story residential development located at 520 West 28th Street in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood, which, believe it or not, is her first residential building in the Big Apple.

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