New York City may have brought down Dominique Strauss-Kahn, but another torrid Frenchman will not be held up by the likes of us. Read More
Twelve percent of the Earth’s landmass is untouchable by Rem Koolhaas’ count. Whether a U.N. World Heritage site, plush nature preserve or lowly landmarked brownstone, architects are running out of room, with only 44,700,815 square-miles left to build. It is for this reason that the severe Dutch architect–The New Yorker once accused him of Read More
So the architecture critics love Bjarke Ingels’ new plan for a hulking Hell’s Kitchen development, but what about the neighbors?
Durst Fetner Residential brought their idea for the pyramid-like 57th Street apartment complex to Community Board 4 last night to a mixture of adoring fans and skeptical residents.
Two years ago, renowned British architect Norman Foster was tapped to design an underground expansion for the New York Public Library, a project that has seen little movement since it was first revealed. Foster + Partners may now be working on something above ground at Bryant Park as well, albeit it of an equally Read More
The first thing most New Yorkers see when they come home to their apartments every day is the facade of their building, followed shortly thereafter by the lobby. At Jean Nouvel’s spectacular 100 11th Avenue, residents are greeted by one of the most striking exteriors in the city, a multifaceted crescent made from hundreds Read More