New york

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Projet • By Ebony and CoLogement

Penthouse on Fifth Avenue in New York City

American generosity meets European elegance in this apartment in the Big Apple, where a striking Mansion Weave pattern floor in Continental Oak Clear Grade is combined with a Continental Oak Country Vintage floor in 20 cm fixed-width planks. Image Courtesy Ebony and Co Image Courtesy Ebony and Co By choosing wood for various elements in the interior, the architects managed to create an inviting, reassuring ambiance.It's impossible to beat the view so the beautifully patterned Continental Oak Clear Grade floor merely adds to the spectacle in its very own way, elevating the interior experience to unparalleled heights. Image Courtesy Ebony and Co Image Courtesy Ebony and Co En savoir plus

Projet • By Studio ST ArchitectsAppartements

1025 Fifth Ave

1025 Fifth Ave Apartment renovationNew York, New YorkPhotography: Aviad Bar Ness Photography: Aviad Bar Ness Photography: Aviad Bar Ness Photography: Aviad Bar Ness Caption En savoir plus

Projet • By Studio ST ArchitectsAppartements

Manhattan Duplex Combination

This renovation combined two apartments, each with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, into a wonderful spacious four-bedroom home in Manhattan. Photography: Bilyana Dimitrova Photography: Bilyana Dimitrova the design palette was simple and clean allowing art and life to be highlighted on the muted background. Photography: Bilyana Dimitrova Caption En savoir plus

Projet • By ORA Studio NYCMaisons privées


The Long Island Residence is an expansive and lush 24,000 square foot French style abode surrounded by Italian garden with sweeping views of the NYC skyline. When Giusi Mastro, Founder and Owner of ORA Studio NYC met the client, the exterior home design and look were already established by the client, who wanted to emulate a French style mansion that he had in his mind and his heart all his life. With the help of a local Architect, he mapped out the proportion, look and orientation of the house. The client knew that he wanted to have a classic exterior with interiors that reflect a modern and contemporary home and sought an Interior Architect with a likeminded sensibility.  Richard Cadan Photography “The client wanted to in... En savoir plus

NouvellesNouvelles • 29 oct. 2021

Reuse, Renew, Recycle: Recent Architecture from China

The Museum of Modern Art highlights a new generation of Chinese architects with commitment to social and environmental sustainability. Eight projects are presented, ranging from the adaptive reuse of former industrial buildings, the recycling of building materials, and the reinterpretation of ancient construction techniques, to the economic rejuvenation of rural villages or entire regions through non-invasive architectural insertions. Shengliang Su Chi She Gallery by Archi-Union ArchitectsLocated in Shanghai’s West Bund area, this 2150-square-foot (200-square-meter) gallery is the result of a rehabilitation of an old warehouse into an exhibition space for the Chi She artistic group. When Philip Yuan and his team at Archi-Union A... En savoir plus

Projet • By Alexander Gorlin ArchitectsAppartements

Greenwich Village Penthouse

Alex Gorlin’s renovation of a penthouse studio in a mid-century modern building in downtown Manhattan simplified and opened up the formerly cluttered floor plan. Natural hardwood floors and clean white surfaces serve as a neutral backdrop to a collection of bold pieces of furniture and artwork.  Eric Petschek Gorlin’s inspiration for the transformation came from Eileen Grey’s villa E-1027, a Modernist house that she built in the south of France in 1929. Grey’s compact, open interior layout seamlessly melded public and private, and architecture with decoration. Eric Petschek Here, Gorlin collaborated with interior designer Bachman Brown to create one big open lounge space. Dominating the living area i... En savoir plus

NouvellesNouvelles • 29 avr. 2021

David Chipperfield Architects creates modern interpretation of historic New York tower

The Bryant is a 32-storey mixed-use building designed by David Chipperfield Architects with a hotel that extends to the 14th floor and private residences above. The location next to Bryant park is surrounded by historical landmark buildings.  © Simon Menges "The goal was to design a building with classical elegance in terms of its symmetries, simple grids and order." - David Chipperfield © Simon Menges The precast concrete facade refers to historic buildings nearby. The concrete is mixed with stone aggregates found in the neighbouring buildings’ masonry. The grid composition is based on classical rhythms found in the areas. © Simon Menges The building respects the classic tripartite compo... En savoir plus

Projet • By HeliotropeMagasins

Filson Flagship New York

Founded in 1897 to meet the needs of prospectors travelling through Seattle on their way to the Klondike Gold Rush, Filson is rooted in over 100 years of Pacific Northwest history. The brand now designs, manufactures, and sells men’s and women’s outdoor clothing, accessories, and luggage. Filson has earned a worldwide reputation for creating a product that is built to last, made in America and guaranteed for life. Inspired by that ethos, the design team, in collaboration with the Filson creative group and an elite team of builders, craftspeople and fabricators, created a space sharing the same level of quality and integrity as the product Filson sells. Taking cues from inspiration as diverse as Jack London’s Call of the Wi... En savoir plus

Projet • By Surfacing SolutionBars

Kingside at Viceroy

Kingside, the restaurant and bar in the Viceroy Hotel New York. Architects Roman and Williams incorporated tambour panels along the bar front to enhance a rich interior clad in a black and white tile floor. Leather bar chairs, a steel counter, tile walls, and and hanging lights combine together to create the feel of a true classical American eatery. En savoir plus

Projet • By Isidoro Mastronardi ArchitetttoBureaux

Lavazza Premium Coffee - NY

In the heart of the Wall Street financial district, Lavazza’s New York offices, approximately 800 sqms, bring the distinctive character of the Italian coffee manufacturer to “The Big Apple.” Thanks to vast glazing, the urban landscape bursts into the workplace, thus creating constant interaction between dynamic city-life and the office interiors. The space exudes the brand’s Italian background, thanks to the stratagem of adopting its typical colour scheme as well as featuring the iconic coffee cup as part of the décor. A warm ambiance and delicate surfaces are the key words of this project: the purity of glass, the warm parquet flooring and the echoes of bygone eras in the photos on the walls, transform the... En savoir plus

Projet • By Axis MundiEspaces commémoratifs


“Numinous, which is a concept derived from the Latin numen meaning "arousing spiritual or religious emotion; mysterious or awe-inspiring” COVID-19 LIGHT MEMORIAL TRIBUTE FOR NEW YORK CITY ’NUMINOUS FOR THE PEOPLE OF NEW YORK’ is a proposed annual light installation consisting of twenty (20+, one light per one thousand deaths) powerful light beacons arrayed across the five boroughs of New York City. They would be positioned in each of the five boroughs and based on the number of deaths per borough. The intention of the project is to create a sacred space imbued with light, that would honor the victims. New York City including the five boroughs, has been devastated by the Covid 19 pandemic. As of May 20, there have... En savoir plus

Projet • By StudioMDAGaleries d'art

Andrew Kreps Gallery

In May 2019 Andrew Kreps Gallery opened its new space designed by studioMDA in Tribeca, NY. With this space, the new Andrew Kreps Gallery is joining the rising community of galleries in Tribeca, including the studioMDA built Bortolami Gallery. The 9,000 sq. ft. gallery space occupies a historic Tribeca building with 15’ ceilings, multiple exhibition spaces, and viewing rooms. The gallery houses a space that features a 30 ceiling height, providing ample space for large scale artwork and installations. En savoir plus
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Projet • By Axis MundiBars

Lux Astralis

Lux Astralis  is an exclusive, high-end tequilla bar based on the typical 25’x100’ lot size in New York City.  Inspired by the infinity rooms by artist Yayoi Kusama, the ceiling, walls and floors of the main bar area are clad in mirror and black marble, reflecting the soft light of the Bocci pendants.  Featuring a long bar of glowing backlit onyx and small tables, divided by elegant brass dividers, guests are welcomed to sample their tequilla in this glamorous, celestial atmosphere.   Past the main bar area, the lounge provides an alternative drinking environment.  Equipped with low red velvet sofas, David Hicks inspired patterns, and a 19th century fantasy-scape mural offers a visual, imaginative... En savoir plus

Projet • By ÉLITISSalles d'exposition

The House of Elle Decor

The House of ELLE DECOR Élitis settles in the House of Elle Decor: in the heart of New York, ELLE Decor celebrates its 30th anniversary and invites renowned architects and decorators around a unique project. Designer Neal Beckstedt and ELLE Decor have selected nearly twenty fabrics from the Élitis collections to decorate the living room, bedrooms, kitchen and wineroom of this exceptional penthouse. To discover until the end of the year at 108 Leonard Street, New York. Photographer Alison Gootee En savoir plus

Projet • By Axis MundiMusées

The Whitney Museum of Art

New YorkWhy shouldn’t a museum building be as inspired and exciting as the art it holds? Why are we perpetually conceiving them as collections of white boxes locked within a grid structure? Axis Mundi breaks free of this form with its self-initiated proposal for the Whitney Downtown, experimenting—like all good art—with a more creative and challenging design. A dramatically irregular superstructure constitutes a perimeter lattice that conceals staircases, escalators, elevators and mechanical rooms. Column-free glass galleries are suspended like bridges from this lattice. In this way, the building more closely mirrors the actual creative process. We can imagine the irregular superstructure as the chaotic consciousness of the artist, within w... En savoir plus