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Neeson Cripps Academy / COOKFOX Architects

23:00 - 12 November, 2018
Neeson Cripps Academy / COOKFOX Architects, © David Yeow
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COOKFOX Studio / COOKFOX Architects

14:00 - 1 November, 2018
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COOKFOX Reimagines Former High Line Freight Terminal as Workplace of the Future

13:00 - 3 October, 2018
COOKFOX Reimagines Former High Line Freight Terminal as Workplace of the Future, St. John’s Terminal. Image Courtesy of COOKFOX Architects
St. John’s Terminal. Image Courtesy of COOKFOX Architects

COOKFOX Architects and Oxford Properties have reimagined New York's St. John’s Terminal as a workplace of the future. The 1.3 million square foot proposal aims to connect the Hudson Square neighborhood to the waterfront at the end of The High Line. Combining outdoor space and greenery with 100,000 square-foot floor plates, the project reinterprets the industrial past of the former freight terminal. The project was created to shape how businesses innovate and create between Lower Manhattan and the waterfront.

St. John’s Terminal. Image Courtesy of COOKFOX Architects St. John’s Terminal. Image Courtesy of COOKFOX Architects St. John’s Terminal. Image Courtesy of COOKFOX Architects St. John’s Terminal. Image Courtesy of COOKFOX Architects + 4

Neeson Cripps Academy / COOKFOX Architects

00:00 - 3 September, 2018
Neeson Cripps Academy / COOKFOX Architects, © David Yeow
© David Yeow

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Olson Kundig, CookFox, Morris Adjmi Among Top Firms to Design Buildings for Revitalization of Downtown Tampa

16:20 - 29 August, 2017
Olson Kundig, CookFox, Morris Adjmi Among Top Firms to Design Buildings for Revitalization of Downtown Tampa, Tampa skyline, after. Image Courtesy of Water Street Tampa
Tampa skyline, after. Image Courtesy of Water Street Tampa

Developer Strategic Property Partners has announced plans for a new $3 billion 50-acre mixed-use neighborhood in Tampa, Florida. To be known as Water Street Tampa, the multi-phase project will create 9 million square feet of commercial, residential, educational, cultural and entertainment space on a site currently underused and occupied by highways and surface parking.

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COOKFOX Wins Preservation Approval for Manhattan Condominium

14:00 - 28 December, 2015
COOKFOX Wins Preservation Approval for Manhattan Condominium, South. Image © COOKFOX Architects
South. Image © COOKFOX Architects

The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission has approved COOKFOX Architect's plans for a mid-rise, 66-unit condominium building in Manhattan. Planned for two parcels of land in the West End Collegiate Historic District, next to one of the Churches' five ministries, the project aims to "fit harmoniously with the distinct streetscape" while "interweaving the rich historic details of the Upper West Side with subtle contemporary and sustainable design."

COOKFOX Architects' 550 Vanderbilt Condo Opens for Sale

08:00 - 30 June, 2015
COOKFOX Architects' 550 Vanderbilt Condo Opens for Sale, Street View. Image Courtesy of VUW Studio
Street View. Image Courtesy of VUW Studio

COOKFOX Architects’ new project, 550 Vanderbilt Avenue has opened for sale. The 17-storey building will be the first of four condominiums in the 22-acre Pacific Park Brooklyn development in Prospect Heights. The project aims to create a new neighbourhood of 14 buildings, all connected to 8-acres of public green space designed by landscape architecture firm Thomas Balsley Associates. Read more about this project after the break.

COOKFOX Begins Construction on the Neeson Cripps Academy in Cambodia

08:00 - 12 June, 2015
COOKFOX Begins Construction on the Neeson Cripps Academy in Cambodia, © COOKFOX Architects
© COOKFOX Architects

COOKFOX Architects has recently begun construction on The Neeson Cripps Academy, a high-tech and sustainable school to be built in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, as a gift from Velcro Companies to the Cambodian Children’s Fund.

The school, named for Cambodian Children’s Fund founder Scott Neeson and former Velcro Companies Chairman Robert Cripps, will employ multiple sustainable building practices, including water and energy efficiency via natural lighting, integrated solar shading, low energy lighting, and low flow water fixtures. An energy recovery system will further work to improve air quality inside classrooms by filtering outdoor air into the interior of the building, and on-site photovoltaic cells will provide a portion of the school’s energy needs.