The Switchback House in Brooklyn

The Switchback House in Brooklyn

Designed by L/AND/A the Switchback House is a new prototype for contemporary urban living that inverts and opens up the traditional row house by replacing a stacked stair with a switchback stair and inserting a dramatic skyline atop the new vertical stair volume.

VIΛ 57 West New York Tower Building

New York Build 2018

Women in Construction networking event to gather over 1,000 industry professionals. New York Build 2018, the leading construction and design expo in New York City and NY State, an architectural event on March 19-20 at the Javits Center.

Shock Therapy in NYC

Shock Therapy in NYC

Shock Therapy opened doors to its Upper East Side flagship, bringing NYC its first group EMS workout destination. Designed by Eray/Carbajo, the interior brings an exciting twist to the building’s beautiful landmark exteriors.

265 West 45th Street in New York

265 West 45th Street in New York

The super slender tower project, designed by RB Systems, explores a novel and captivating tower typology which emerged in New York in the last years. Located on a small, currently vacant site on West 45th St which footprint measures at approx. 30x30m.

Kinfolk Studio in Brooklyn

Kinfolk Studio in Brooklyn

Within an old car garage with 20 foot high ceilings Berg Design designed geodesic dome shell structures in the middle of the space. A flexible retail area and a bar space was required to work with 30 patrons up to 150.

Pier 2 Apartment of the Future New York City

Pier 2: Apartment of the Future, Manhattan

Futuristic Manhattan waterfront building design by Humphreys & Partners Architects – sustainable modular building with micro units, co-working spaces, activity and wellness centers, plus a range of innovative elements from artificial intelligence to drones, home automation and autonomous vehicles.

Spyscap Museum

SPYSCAPE Museum in New York

Designed by Adjaye Associates SPYSCAPE is a new global destination for espionage that marries educational programming with state-of-the-art interactive technology to create a unique experience for every user.

Pier 40 Manhattan building

Pier 40 Hudson River Apartments, New York

New York City’s sea level is due to rise 50 to 75 inches by 2100: most buildings cannot accommodate such changes. The design for Pier 40, a dilapidated 15-acre structure in the Hudson River, by DFA uses exposed lattice framing around a cluster of cylinderical towers, with honeycomb soffits at ground level.

432 Park Avenue Tower

432 Park Avenue Tower in New York

432 Park Avenue luxury condo sales breaks $2 billion: highest selling building in NYC ever. The world’s tallest residential building, designed by Rafael Viñoly Architects, includes 48 residences sold for more than $20 million each.