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Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn

Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn

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• June 17, 2012 • Comments (0)

Located in the heart of Brooklyn, the Wythe Hotel is an 8-story hotel on the Williamsburg waterfront. Built in 1901, this former cooperage has been meticulously converted into a 72-room hotel offering service and amenities yet to be seen in the borough, while the building’s industrial character – including its concave corner entrance, original pine […]

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Piazza Ceramica \ e+i studio

Piazza Ceramica \ e+i studio

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• May 31, 2012 • Comments (0)

Every year at Coverings – the premier tile and stone show in the U.S. – Ceramics of Italy hosts thousands of guests in a bustling 3,000 square foot exhibit in the heart of the Italian Pavilion. Since 1991, prominent architecture studios – from Bernard Tschumi and Arquitectonica to Aldo Rossi and Gaetano Pesce – have […]

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Alpha & Beta \ Poalo Franzin for FDV

Alpha & Beta \ Poalo Franzin for FDV

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• April 20, 2012 • Comments (0)

Poalo Franzin designed Alpha & Beta lighting collection for FDV. The Alpha and Beta lights are now available in the North American market. Alpha This retro-shaped wall sconce is available in two sizes and features a unique glass diffuser that adds an interesting design element to any setting – even when not illuminated. It is […]

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HYDRAMAX Port Machines \ Future Cities Lab

HYDRAMAX Port Machines \ Future Cities Lab

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• April 12, 2012 • Comments (0)

Future Cities Lab recently completed speculative interactive proposal: HYDRAMAX. The drawings and interactive model are currently on view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art as part of their ‘Utopian Impulse’ show. HYDRAMAX proposes a radical rethinking of the relationship of San Francisco to its waterfront post sea-level rise as a machinic, biotic and productive […]

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Reverse of Volume RG by Yasuaki Onishi at Rice Gallery

Reverse of Volume RG by Yasuaki Onishi at Rice Gallery

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• April 10, 2012 • Comments (1)

YASUAKI ONISHI reverse of volume RG 13 APRIL – 24 JUNE 2012 OPENING CELEBRATION Friday, 13 April 5:00 – 7:00 pm Talk by Yasuaki Onishi at 6:00 pm GALLERY TALK AND REFRESHMENTS Saturday, 14 April 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Talk by Yasuaki Onishi at 12:00 pm NEW ART/NEW MUSIC: CASTING THE INVISIBLE Saturday, 14 […]

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COoP Editorial \ Brooks + SCARPA

COoP Editorial \ Brooks + SCARPA

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• April 7, 2012 • Comments (1)

  The design of this 4700 square foot tenant improvement evolved from the unique challenge to remodel an early 1963 Frank Gehry designed commercial structure located in the heart of downtown Santa Monica. The client is a full service post-production facility based in Chicago. They provide every aspect of the TV commercial making process, including […]

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Leucos Point Light for FDV Collection \ Arter and Citton

Leucos Point Light for FDV Collection \ Arter and Citton

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• April 1, 2012 • Comments (0)

Resembling a chunky fabric button, the piece is available in halogen or compact fluorescent lamping with three finish options. Transparent red or blue glass disks and a chrome-plated diffuser make up the face, while satin white glass comprises its body. Ideal for contemporary bedrooms, hallways, or entryways, it is also ADA Certified and dimmable. + […]

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Toby's Estate \ nemaworkshop

Toby’s Estate \ nemaworkshop

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• March 26, 2012 • Comments (0)

Over the last decade, coffee shops have been serving up more than a cup of coffee to loyal patrons. From a friendly meeting place to a quiet study room, coffee shops have become an extension of our living room, a place we feel safe to harbour for a few hours while incessantly checking our email, […]

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Peconic Bay Residence \ Stelle Architects

Peconic Bay Residence \ Stelle Architects

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• March 22, 2012 • Comments (0)

The house is sited on a bluff overlooking the bay within a grove of cedar and locust trees. Discrete volumes of varying public and private functions are organized around an axial promenade, extending to the outdoors. Single story volumes, separated by glass interstitial spaces, were utilized to lessen the overall impact of the structures while […]

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Great Pier of the Great Lakes \ !melk

Great Pier of the Great Lakes \ !melk

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• February 28, 2012 • Comments (0)

Chicago is known for its penchant to “make no little plans” as Daniel Burnham memorably pronounced over a century ago. And so today, Chicago’s most popular attraction, Navy Pier is revisiting Burnham’s legacy as it reimagines its potential as a world class cultural destination. To help realize Navy Pier’s ambitious design goals, a team led […]

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