Tag: New York

Miracle Above Manhattan - New York's High Line by National Geographic

Miracle Above Manhattan – New York’s High Line by National Geographic

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• April 3, 2011 • Comments (0)

Every city needs parks, but how about those highly developed cities like New York City, London, Hong Kong? It is impossible to squeeze and create a green park from their exiting dense contexts. The April issue of the National Geographic magazine features a really neat piece on how an abandoned rail line in New York […]

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Petals Collection for Nachtmann | Alvaro Uribe

Petals Collection for Nachtmann | Alvaro Uribe

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• March 15, 2011 • Comments (0)

In a successful collaboration with German manufacturer Nachtmann and Riedel, Alvaro Uribe has created a collection of three Crystal Lead products (Petals Collection) that poetically reflects the purity of the material and the expertise of Nachtmann as a worldwide leader in the production of glass. These products were launched during the Messe Ambiente in Frankfurt […]

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Crystal Stone at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show

Crystal Stone at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show

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• March 13, 2011 • Comments (0)

Last month, we’ve introduced the Dare to Design competition held by Crystal Stone, which gave designers the chance to submit ideas for the stone presentations at the Home Design Show and Artist Project NY exhibits. Well, how was that? Did you join it? It is the time now to visit the showcase at the Architectural […]

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The Architectural Digest Home Design Show + Artist Project NY Competition

The Architectural Digest Home Design Show + Artist Project NY Competition

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• February 17, 2011 • Comments (0)

Kultivate has partnered with Crystal Stone on Dare to Design, a unique design project to be showcased at the  Architectural Digest Home Design Show and The Artist Project NY in March. The Architectural Digest Home Design Show and The Artist Project NY have offered Crystal Stone and fellow stone company International Stone Collections the opportunity […]

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West 57th Street Residential Building | BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group

West 57th Street Residential Building | BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group

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• February 8, 2011 • Comments (3)

Durst Fetner Residential selects BIG to design 600-unit residential building on W57th Steet in Manhattan, New York. The building is conceived as a cross breed between the Copenhagen courtyard and the New York skyscraper. The communal intimacy of the central urban oasis meets the efficiency, density and panoramic views of the tall tower in a […]

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Northwest Corner, Southeast Light | Mary Temple

Northwest Corner, Southeast Light | Mary Temple

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• January 14, 2011 • Comments (0)

A new work in the Light Installation Series 2002 – Present Opening Thursday, February 3, 2011, 5:00 – 7:00 pm On view through May 25, 2011 Rice University Art Gallery has commissioned a new installation by New York artist Mary Temple. In her “light installations,” Mary Temple paints directly on walls and floors creating experiential […]

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Living with Books and Art - Collector's Loft | UNStudio

Living with Books and Art – Collector’s Loft | UNStudio

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• August 27, 2010 • Comments (2)

The loft really is a hybrid space; as much a private museum as a living space. Because of that, flexibility is all; few rooms are actually fixed and most are interchangeable, so that in the end the areas devoted to living and to art are completely merged. Ben van Berkel Living with Books and Art: […]

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Aster Cucine Debuts "TIMELINE", in collaboration with Workshop/apd

Aster Cucine Debuts “TIMELINE”, in collaboration with Workshop/apd

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• August 26, 2010 • Comments (1)

The new TIMELINE signature kitchen system from Aster Cucine USA, in collaboration with New York City-based design firm workshop/apd, draws upon the history of craftsmanship and artisanship in centuries past to create a kitchen collection with a “vintage” look and feel for contemporary life. Familiar but unconventional in a modern kitchen, the epoch collection features […]

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Turning Pink W | LEONG LEONG

Turning Pink W | LEONG LEONG

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• June 26, 2010 • Comments (0)

New York City-based architecture firm LEONG LEONG designed a temporary installation – TURNING PINK W in New York’s Chinatown. The cave-like space is a result of blending four shapes into a topological environment. The walls of the gallery are lined with mirror to transform the spatial figure into a field of reflections. LEONG LEONG + […]

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Dupont Corian Design Studio | Morris Sato Studio

Dupont Corian Design Studio | Morris Sato Studio

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• January 7, 2010 • Comments (0)

New York-based architects Michael Morris and Yoshiko Sato of Morris Sato Studio custom-designed the Dupont Corian Design Studio using cutting-edge lighting, sound and shape technology to create a sanctuary of experience which was inspired by the Japanese concept of a “borrowed landscape”. + Project description courtesy of Morris Sato Studio Conceived as a sanctuary of […]

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