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Apr 30, 2017

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A selection of the most interesting and best quality contemporary New York State Architecture.

Bridge for Laboratory Sciences at Vassar College, City of Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County
Design: Ennead Architects News
Bridge for Laboratory Sciences, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie | www.e-architect.co.uk
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Vassar College Building by Ennead Architects
The new Bridge for Laboratory Sciences redefines the sciences at Vassar. The building is both literally and figuratively a transformative connector ‒ bridging the disciplines of science and the surrounding wetland, while built like a bridge for minimal impact on the environment.

Ferry Road House, North Haven, Suffolk County
Design: Blaze Makoid Architecture, Architects
Ferry Road House in North Haven
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New Residence in North Haven – 17 Jul 2016

New House in East Quogue – 26 Feb 2016, Southampton, Suffolk County, New York, USA
Design: Barnes Coy Architects
Rechler House
photograph : Paul Domzal

This site has views of both the Atlantic Ocean to the south and Shinnecock Bay to the north. This suggested the owners’ primary program requirement: that the main spaces of the house be open to both views.

New Residence in Duchess County – 3 Feb 2016
Design: Urban Office Architecture
Aviator's Villa, Duchess County
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This project explores the idea of flight as a powerful motivator for architectural darings. The house is designed as a minimal sequence of three primary spaces: the large 30 feet tall living/study and kitchen/dining area and the cantilevered 40 feet bedroom, and the Library.

Rochester Institute of Technology Building – 18 Oct 2013
Design: Francis Cauffman / Bergmann Associates
Rochester Institute of Technology Institute Hall
photo © Chris Cooper

This new science facility, Institute Hall, is 78,000 sqft, $26m research building. It houses RIT’s chemical and biomedical engineering departments. LEED Gold certification has been targeted by the architects.

Guesthouse Ancram New York – 11 Sep 2013
Design: HHF Architects and Ai Weiwei
Guesthouse Ancram
photo : Iwan Baan

This guesthouse design includes three main elements: a bedroom, a workroom and a gallery for the two collectors’ art. The Y-shaped ground plan links these elements to create a distinctive building form.

Olnick Spanu House, Garrison
Design: Alberto Campo Baeza
Olnick Spanu House
photo : Javier Callejas

Contemporary New York House – 3 Dec 2012
An elegant house design by one of the world’s most respected architects, the roof floats over a glazed pavilion, supported on delicate columns.

Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, Long Island, NY
Design: Herzog & de Meuron
Parrish Art Museum Building
photo from Parrish Art Museum

Parrish Art Museum – 27 Nov 2012
This new 34,400 sqft building contains more than 2,600 works ranging from early 19th century paintings to artwork from the 21st centuries. A cluster of ten galleries defines the heart of the museum. The spaces can be easily adapted by re-arranging partition walls within the structural grid.

Live Work Home, Syracuse
Cook+Fox Architects
Syracuse Building
photograph © Richard Barnes / OTTO

Live Work Home – 24 May 2012
Live Work Home has been awarded a 2012 AIA Housing Award in the One and Two Family Production Homes category. Rick Cook was recognized for this notable achievement during an awards ceremony at the AIA Convention in Washington, D.C.

Medical School – University at Buffalo
HOK
University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
image : HOK

UB School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences – May 17, 2012
After winning a global design ideas competition, HOK has been selected to design the new University at Buffalo (UB) School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences on its downtown campus. Competition finalists included Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects and Cannon Design, Rafael Vinoly Architects with Foit-Albert Associates, and Grimshaw and Davis Brody Bond.

New York State Building – Latest Addition

Martin House Complex, Buffalo
Frank Lloyd Wright
Frank Lloyd Wright House in Buffalo
photograph : Biff Henrich / courtesy MHRC

Modern New York State Building – added 20 Apr 2012
This is a unique residential complex designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for the Buffalo businessman Darwin D. Martin and his family in 1903-05. The property is considered to be the most substantial and highly developed of the Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie houses in the Eastern United States. The building received National Historic Landmark status in 1986.

Recent New York State Building Designs

New Campus Center for Molloy College, Rockville Centre
BRB Architects
Molloy College Building
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Molloy College Campus Center – 28 Feb 2012
BRB Architects has completed the 57,000 sf campus center and associated main quadrangle at Molloy College. Intended to be the centerpiece of the College’s transformation from a commuter college to a 24-hour learning community.

Global Vascular Institute, Niagara Medical Campus, Buffalo
Canon Design Architects
Buffalo Building
photo from Brian Carter

Global Vascular Institute Building New York – 23 Feb 2012
This 10-story development is a major addition to the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. The Global Vascular Institute and Clinical & Transitional Research Center/Incubator is a joint venture between the University at Buffalo and Kaleida Health.

McGee Art Pavilion – School of Art and Design, Alfred University
Design: ikon.5 architects
McGee Art Pavilion Building
photo © Brad Feinknopf

McGee Art Pavilion
The McGee Art Pavilion is an expansion to the School of Art and Design at the New York State College of Ceramics in Alfred, New York. The Pavilion is designed as a large ceramic vessel for holding art and light.

219 West, Syracuse, New York
Fiedler Marciano Architecture
SubCat Studios
photo : Chris Cooper Photographer

New York Architecture : latest building on e-architect
SubCat Studios is the primary tenant of the three-story multi-use cultural facility, on a pivotal site between the Armory Square District arts community and the growing Near West Side and revitalizes this small but significant corner of the city.

New York Buildings

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of New York Buildings, USA. We cover completed NY buildings and new building designs across the state. For a wider range of Manhattan buildings please scroll down to the base of this page.

We have 3 pages of New York State Architecture selections with links to many individual project pages.

New York Architecture: news + key projects A-F (this page)

New York State Architecture : G-M

New York State Buildings : N-Z

Major New York Architecture Projects, alphabetical:

ARTFARM, Salt Point
HHF architects + Ai Weiwei
Artfarm Salt Point
photo : Iwan Baan

Artfarm

Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, Dutchess County
Rafael Vinoly Architects
Bard College
image from Rafael Viñoly Architects

Gabrielle H. Reem and Herbert J. Kayden Center for Science and Computation
Bard College

Blue Rock House, Austerlitz
anmahian winton architects
Austerlitz Home
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House in Austerlitz

Bronx Hall of Justice, Bronx, New York City
Rafael Vinoly Architects
Bronx Hall of Justice
image from Rafael Viñoly Architects

Bronx Hall of Justice

Brooklyn Children’s Museum, New York City
Rafael Vinoly Architects
Brooklyn Children's Museum
image from Rafael Viñoly Architects

Brooklyn Children’s Museum

Brooklyn College – West Quad, New York City
Rafael Vinoly Architects
Brooklyn College
image from Rafael Viñoly Architects

Brooklyn College

Centrifugal Villa, Southampton
OBRA Architects
Centrifugal Villa
picture from architect

Centrifugal Villa

College of New Rochelle : Center for Wellness, New Rochelle
ikon.5 architects
College of New Rochelle Building
photo © Peter Mauss/ESTO

College of New Rochelle Building

Cornell University School of Architecture, Art & Planning, Ithaca
Rem Koolhaas Architects / OMA
Cornell University Milstein Hall
photo : OMA

Cornell University School of Architecture

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Major NY Architecture Projects, alphabetical:

173/176 Perry Street, New York City
2002
Richard Meier Architects

Arkell Museum, Canajoharie
2007
designLAB architects
For the Arkell Hall Foundation

AT&T Building, Manhattan, New York City
1984
Philip Johnson Architect

Bard College Center for the Performing Arts, Annandale-on-Hudson

Gehry Partners

The Brasserie, New York City

Diller + Scofidio

Bryant Park Hotel, New York City

David Chipperfield Architects

Carnegie Hall Tower, Manhattan, New York City
1986–90
Cesar Pelli, Architect

Cooper Union Architecture School, New York City
2006
Morphosis Architecture

Cornell University – Performing Arts Center, Ithaca
1983-88
JSMWA with Wank Adam Slavin Associates

D. E. Shaw & Co. Office Building, Manhattan, New York City
1992
Steven Holl Architects
D. E. Shaw Building

Eighty South Street, East River, New York City

Santiago Calatrava Architects

Eyebeam, New York City

Diller + Scofidio

Feigen Gallery, New York City

Hans Hollein Architects

Firehouse, Brooklyn, New York City
1983-85
Peter Eisenman

First Unitarian Church, Rochester
1959-67
Louis Kahn

Freedom Tower, New York City

David Childs – SOM / Studio Libeskind

Friedman House, 11 Orchard Brook Drive, Pleasantville, Westchester
1948
Frank Lloyd Wright

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