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837 Washington Commercial Office Building / Morris Adjmi Architects

17:00 - 23 April, 2019
837 Washington Commercial Office Building / Morris Adjmi Architects, © Timothy Schenck
© Timothy Schenck

© Timothy Schenck © Timothy Schenck © Timothy Schenck Courtesy of Morris Adjmi Architects + 9

Shop Zung / Studio Zung

19:00 - 17 April, 2019
Shop Zung / Studio Zung, © Adrian Gaut/Phillip Yang
© Adrian Gaut/Phillip Yang

© Adrian Gaut/Phillip Yang © Adrian Gaut/Phillip Yang © Adrian Gaut/Phillip Yang © Adrian Gaut/Phillip Yang + 24

Brooklyn's Tallest Building Tops Out, Designed by KPF

11:00 - 17 April, 2019
Brooklyn's Tallest Building Tops Out, Designed by KPF, © Williams New York
© Williams New York

Brooklyn Point, the tallest building in Brooklyn, has topped out at 720 feet. Designed by KPF, the 68-story scheme will feature a mixed-use program of apartments, food, shopping, and entertainment functions. After undergoing a three-year design process, construction at Brooklyn Point began in the summer of 2017.

Storefront for Storefront / PARA

17:00 - 15 April, 2019
Storefront for Storefront / PARA, © Naho Kubota
© Naho Kubota

© Naho Kubota © Naho Kubota © Naho Kubota © Naho Kubota + 9

  • Architects

  • Location

    97 Kenmare St, New York, NY 10012, United States
  • Category

  • Lead Architect

    Jon Lott
  • Design Team

    Benjamin Halpern
  • Area

    1480.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2016
  • Photographs

MAD Designs Slender Skyscraper to Soften New York City's Skyline

11:05 - 11 April, 2019
MAD Designs Slender Skyscraper to Soften New York City's Skyline, East 34th. Image Courtesy of MAD Architects
East 34th. Image Courtesy of MAD Architects

MAD Architects have revealed a new vision for New York City skyscrapers with a sinuous slender tower near the Empire State Building. Dubbed ‘East 34th’, the project was designed with a dark-colored glass facade that was made to fade into the atmosphere. Located adjacent to one of New York's most iconic structures, the project rethinks the city's rectilinear towers and sharp edges to create a new form for the Manhattan high-rise.

East 34th. Image Courtesy of MAD Architects East 34th. Image Courtesy of MAD Architects East 34th. Image Courtesy of MAD Architects East 34th. Image Courtesy of MAD Architects + 7

The Shed, a Center for the Arts / Diller Scofidio + Renfro

06:00 - 10 April, 2019
The Shed, a Center for the Arts / Diller Scofidio + Renfro, © Iwan Baan
© Iwan Baan

© Iwan Baan © Iwan Baan © Timothy Schenck © Timothy Schenck + 9

The Shed Opens in New York's Hudson Yards

05:00 - 5 April, 2019
The Shed Opens in New York's Hudson Yards, The Shed. Image © Iwan Baan
The Shed. Image © Iwan Baan

Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Rockwell Group's iconic Shed has opened after more than a decade in the making in New York City. The building features a 120-foot telescopic shell in Hudson Yards that can extend out from the base building when needed for larger performances. Clad in ethylene tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) “pillows,” the project is connected to the High Line on 30th Street to bring performances and art to the city's newest neighborhood,

The Shed. Image © Timothy Schenck The Shed. Image © Iwan Baan The Shed. Image © Iwan Baan The Shed. Image © Timothy Schenck + 8

The Many Faces of Hudson Yards' Vessel

04:00 - 30 March, 2019
The Many Faces of Hudson Yards' Vessel, The Vessel. Image © Chanel Dehond
The Vessel. Image © Chanel Dehond

Hudson Yards’ Large Honeycomb… Hudson Yards’ New Shawarma Sculpture…”
Call it what you want, but the Vessel has created quite a buzz over the past couple of weeks, and it is not just because of its impressive architecture, or the panoramic view at the top (to which some claimed that getting there was an uncalled for work-out).

After coming across different nicknames of Hudson Yards’ now-famous point of attraction, architectural designer and illustrator Chanel Dehond selected some of the most amusing ones and transformed them into sketches.

Tell us, ArchDaily readers, what do you call the Vessel?

The Hoberman . Image © Chanel Dehond The Basket . Image © Chanel Dehond The Beehive . Image © Chanel Dehond The Faberge Egg. Image © Chanel Dehond + 11

10, 30, 55 Hudson Yards / KPF

20:00 - 25 March, 2019
© KPF+Connie Zhou
© KPF+Connie Zhou

© KPF+Connie Zhou © KPF+Connie Zhou © Michael Moran © KPF+Connie Zhou + 23

A Space of Contemplation and Sanctuary by WOJR

10:00 - 23 March, 2019
A Space of Contemplation and Sanctuary by WOJR, © Alexis Nicolas Basso
© Alexis Nicolas Basso

Architecture, just like art, has the ability to detach the individual and provoke a sense of intrigue and inspiration. Some buildings leave a greater mark, especially if the project or the site it is built on has a story of its own. 

The Mask by WOJR is developed for an individual who lost his younger brother in a lake in Ithaca, New York. After the tragedy, the lake became a zone of detachment from the everyday world, transforming the structure from just a house on a lake, to a space of contemplation.

© Alexis Nicolas Basso © Alexis Nicolas Basso © Alexis Nicolas Basso © Alexis Nicolas Basso + 19

H.Stern New York / Studio Arthur Casas

16:00 - 22 March, 2019
H.Stern New York / Studio Arthur Casas, © Ricardo Labougle
© Ricardo Labougle

© Ricardo Labougle © Ricardo Labougle © Ricardo Labougle © Ricardo Labougle + 22

  • Architects

  • Location

    Olympic Tower, 645 5th Ave, New York, NY 10022, Estados Unidos
  • Category

  • Arquiteto Responsável

    Arthur Casas
  • Project Team

    Mariana Werfel, Cristiane Trolesi, Natalia Valente, Renata Adoni, Lenka Soares, Paulo Sabatini, Arnault Weber, Felipe Bueno, Mariana Santoro, Nara Telles, Bruno Arinella
  • Area

    2314.24 ft2
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

Downtown New York's Tallest Residential Skyscraper Tops Out

13:00 - 22 March, 2019
Downtown New York's Tallest Residential Skyscraper Tops Out, 125 Greenwich Street. Image Courtesy of Bizzi & Partners
125 Greenwich Street. Image Courtesy of Bizzi & Partners

Rafael Viñoly's 125 Greenwich Street skyscraper in downtown Manhattan has topped out. The 912-foot-tall luxury condominium skyscraper was designed as a slender structure with exposed concrete columns. Rising 88 storys, the project includes a curved glass façade to enhance the panoramic views of the Hudson River, the Statue of Liberty, the World Trade Center Complex, and the New York City skyline.

125 Greenwich Street. Image Courtesy of Bizzi & Partners 125 Greenwich Street. Image Courtesy of Bizzi & Partners 125 Greenwich Street. Image Courtesy of Bizzi & Partners 125 Greenwich Street. Image Courtesy of Bizzi & Partners + 11

Vessel Public Landmark / Heatherwick Studio

03:00 - 22 March, 2019
Courtesy of Michael Moran for Related-Oxford
Courtesy of Michael Moran for Related-Oxford

Courtesy of Getty Images Courtesy of Michael Moran for Related-Oxford Courtesy of Getty Images Courtesy of Michael Moran for Related-Oxford + 20

  • Architects

  • Location

    Hudson Yards, New York, NY 10001, United States
  • Category

  • Design Director

    Thomas Heatherwick
  • Group Leader

    Stuart Wood
  • Project Leader

    Laurence Dudeney
  • Project Team

    Charlotte Bovis, Einar Blixhavn, Antoine van Erp, Felipe Escudero, Thomas Farmer, Steven Howson, Jessica In, Nilufer Kocabas, Panagiota Kotsovinou, Barbara Lavickova, Alexander Laing, Elli Liverakou, Pippa Murphy, Luke Plumbley, Ivan Ucros Polley, Daniel Portilla, Jeff Powers, Matthew Pratt, Peter Romvári, Ville Saarikoski, Takashi Tsurumaki
  • Area

    2210.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2019

Adaptive Reuse of a SOM Landmark / Inaba Williams Architects

17:00 - 21 March, 2019
Adaptive Reuse of a SOM Landmark / Inaba Williams Architects, © Naho Kubota
© Naho Kubota

© Naho Kubota © Naho Kubota © Naho Kubota © Naho Kubota + 18

INC Architecture & Design Pays Homage to Classical Architecture in New Brooklyn Condo

04:00 - 19 March, 2019
INC Architecture & Design Pays Homage to Classical Architecture in New Brooklyn Condo, Courtesy of Binyan Studios
Courtesy of Binyan Studios

INC Architecture & Design has launched sales on their first Brooklyn development, Parlour, a 12-story boutique-sized residential building situated between the historic Park Slope and Gowanus.

The project's distinctive design honors classical architecture with a series of grand arches, laid across a pale brick facade. Inspired by the Roman Colosseum, the labyrinths of Xavier Corbero’s home, and Prospect Park’s arched bridges, Adam Rolston, principal of INC Architecture & Design, wanted to bring back the “ancient rhythm and romanticism” of classical facades and nestle them into a contemporary context.

Courtesy of Binyan Studios Courtesy of Binyan Studios Courtesy of Binyan Studios Courtesy of Binyan Studios + 15

Critical Round-Up: Hudson Yards

13:00 - 18 March, 2019
Critical Round-Up: Hudson Yards, Hudson Yards. Image Courtesy of Related-Oxford
Hudson Yards. Image Courtesy of Related-Oxford

New York City’s Hudson Yards has opened its doors to the public, and the reviews are flooding in. Built on Midtown Manhattan’s West Side, the project is New York’s largest development to date and the largest private real estate venture in American history, covering almost 14 acres of land with residential towers, offices, plazas, shopping centers, and restaurants. A host of architecture firms have shaped the development, including BIG, SOM, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Rockwell Group, and many others.

Read on to find out how critics have responded to Hudson Yards so far.

Hudson Yards. Image Courtesy of Related-Oxford Hudson Yards. Image Courtesy of Related-Oxford Hudson Yards. Image Courtesy of Related-Oxford Hudson Yards. Image Courtesy of Related-Oxford + 15

New York City's Hudson Yards Is Finally Open to the Public

08:30 - 15 March, 2019
New York City's Hudson Yards Is Finally Open to the Public, Vessel. Image Courtesy of Michael Moran for Related-Oxford
Vessel. Image Courtesy of Michael Moran for Related-Oxford

New York City’s long-awaited Hudson Yards has finally opened its doors to the public for the first time. Built on Midtown Manhattan’s West Side, the project is New York’s largest development to date and the United States’ largest private real estate development, covering almost 14 acres of land (more than 56,000 sqm) with polished residential towers, offices, plazas, gardens, shopping centers, and restaurants, all designed by some of the world’s most iconic architects.

Aerial View of Hudson Yards. Image Courtesy of Related-Oxford Courtesy of Francis Dzikowski for Related-Oxford Courtesy of Francis Dzikowski for Related-Oxford Vessel. Image Courtesy of Francis Dzikowski for Related-Oxford + 27

SOM Reveals 35 Hudson Yards Tower for New York

05:30 - 11 March, 2019
SOM Reveals 35 Hudson Yards Tower for New York, 35 Hudson Yards. Image Courtesy of Related Oxford
35 Hudson Yards. Image Courtesy of Related Oxford

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill have revealed new images of their design for 35 Hudson Yards, a new tower that will be part of the largest private real estate development in the history of the United States. SOM provided architectural design and structural engineering services for the mixed-use tower in New York, which is set to become the tallest residential building in Hudson Yards. Standing 1,000 feet tall, the project will express transitions in program as a series of setbacks twisting around the tower.

35 Hudson Yards. Image Courtesy of Related Oxford 35 Hudson Yards. Image Courtesy of Related Oxford 35 Hudson Yards. Image Courtesy of Related Oxford 35 Hudson Yards. Image Courtesy of Related Oxford + 12