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Ice Scream Shop / Asthetíque

© Costas Picadas © Costas Picadas © Costas Picadas © Costas Picadas + 16

The Bronx, United States
  • Architects: Asthetíque
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 1500.0 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2018

Tate Library at Ethical Culture Fieldston School / Architecture Research Office

© James Ewing © James Ewing © James Ewing © James Ewing + 22

Bronx, United States

Children’s Library at Concourse House / Michael K. Chen Architecture

© Alan Tansey © Alan Tansey © Alan Tansey © Alan Tansey + 30

Call for Submissions: AIA Brooklyn + Queens Design Awards 2018

AIA Brooklyn + Queens Design Awards 2018 launched in collaboration with AIA Bronx. With the growth of new development and renovation in our boroughs over the past five years, our professional associations are excited to collaborate on this event tailored to professions of the built environment that we all share.

Public Safety Answering Center II / SOM

© Albert Vecerka              © Albert Vecerka              Public Safety Answering Center II  / SOM © Albert Vecerka              + 23

  • Architects: SOM
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 450000.0 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2016

Boston Road / Alexander Gorlin Architects

© Michael Moran © Michael Moran © Michael Moran © Michael Moran + 22

BIG Designs Bronx Station for New York Police Department

The New York City Department of Design and Construction has commissioned BIG to design its new 40th Precinct Police Station in the Bronx's Melrose neighborhood. The first station to house a public multi-purpose room, the building aims to strengthen the department's relationship with the community, while reducing officer stress.

"The 40th Precinct will also house a brand new piece of city program: the first ever community meeting room in a precinct. With its own street-level entrance, the multipurpose space will contain information kiosks and areas to hold classes or events, encouraging civic engagement with the precinct," says the architects. 

Revitalizing Olmsted Center / BKSK

© Raimund Koch
© Raimund Koch
Bronx, United States
  • Architects: BKSK

© Raimund Koch © Raimund Koch © Raimund Koch © Raimund Koch + 12

Terence Gower: SuperPuesto

SuperPuesto is a temporary pavilion by Terence Gower commissioned by The Bronx Museum of the Arts in collaboration with the Andrew Freedman Home for Beyond the Supersquare, the first U.S. museum exhibition to examine the complicated legacies of modernist architecture in Latin America and the Caribbean through the perspectives of 30 contemporary artists. With the goal of providing an immersive space for visitors to experience the exhibition’s artistic and architectural themes, SuperPuesto also serves as an annex for educational and public programs related to Beyond the Supersquare.

A Lesson in Dedicated Collaboration: Hunts Point Landing on the South Bronx Greenway / Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects

© New York City Economic Development Corporation
© New York City Economic Development Corporation

In the past decade New York City’s government, along with numerous organizations and design teams, have taken the initiative to revive the city’s public spaces and reclaim underutilized areas that have long been associated with the city’s manufacturing past. We’re all familiar with the High Line, a project that takes over the elevated rail lines of Chelsea and Meat Packing District that until several years ago stood as a desolate and eroding piece of infrastructure, which was beautiful in its own way but largely underutilized. Then there is the Brooklyn Navy Yard, which has become a mecca for designers, fabricators and research companies and has recently acquired a museum to celebrate its history. And of course, there are the city’s waterways, which, since New York City’s early history, have served its manufacturing and trade economy, have become parks along the waterfront as part of the Hudson River Greenway and the FDR Drive. Manufacturing has long been replaced by Wall Street, but there are parts of the city that still retain the industrial past along the historic waterfront and continue to operate some of the most important facilities that allow the city to function. Now it is time to reintroduce a public use among these industrial zones.

More after the break!

Fordham University New Residence Halls / Sasaki

© Robert Benson Photography © Robert Benson Photography © Robert Benson Photography © Robert Benson Photography + 23

  • Architects: Sasaki
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 175000.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2010