A large O-shaped brick complex on the brooklyn waterfront

Morris Adjmi evokes Brooklyn’s industrial history at Front & York

Architect Morris Adjmi Architects Location Brooklyn, New York Completion Date 2021 Facade Consultant Gilsanz Murray Steficek Construction Manager New Line Structures Curtain Wall Competition Architectural Metals Masonry Construction and GFRC Superframe Installation StructureTech New York Brick Manufacturer Glen-Gery Glazing Architectural Window Manufacturing Landscape Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates Morris Adjmi Architects’ Front & York is an

No. 33 Park Row, a tower covered in extruded window modules

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners’ first New York residential tower shows its luxury both inside and out

Architect Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners Architect of Record SLCE Architects Facade Engineer and Consultant SURFACE DESIGN GROUP Facade Contractor Custom Metalcrafters Facade Manufacturer Custom Metalcrafters / Pielle Italy Facade Products Custom Metalcrafters / Pielle Italy / Schuco Glazing systems Glazing Double Glazed, HS, Low emissivity coated- Custom Metalcrafters/ Valsugana Vetreria, Vicenza, Italy Structural Engineer

light gray trespa panels of folding slatted facade

Archi-Tectonics wraps a SoHo addition to an urban townhouse with new climate skin

While flashy residential additions are nothing new to the New York neighborhood of SoHo, the 3D “climate skin” wrapping Archi-Tectonics’ 8-story townhouse at 512 Greenwich Street introduces a fresh face to the cast iron-dominated historic district. The firm added a 4-story addition to an existing building and united the single-family home with a deep black and

Rendering of the Metropolitan Museum of Art window wall

With Eamon Roche in agreement, LPC approves new glass wall for New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art

Should New York’s Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) support a proposal that continues a 40-year-old design approach by an esteemed architect, even though it’s not what environmentally-sensitive architects would propose today? That was the question was raised during the June 2 LPC hearing, as panel members discussed whether to approve a new south-facing glass wall for

image of several buildings including The Byrant. View is from Bryant Park and includes trees

New York’s tapering tripartite The Bryant joins the ranks of Beaux-Arts icons

Overlooking New York’s Bryant Park, the (now complete) residential tower The Bryant cuts a striking-yet-austere figure in the crowded Midtown skyline. Designed by the primarily London-based firm David Chipperfield Architects (DCA), the 34-story high-end-rise is notable for its perfect grid of oversize post-and-beam concrete slabs and operable window bays. ArchitectDavid Chipperfield Architects Architect of RecordStonehill Taylor Facade ConsultantVidaris Structural EngineerSeverud

The Fitzroy harkens back to Old New York with art deco-inspired terra-cotta blocks

A stroll through New York neighborhoods subject to feverish developments, from Downtown Brooklyn to Central Park South, reveals a design trend that has taken root and proliferated citywide: A seismic shift from unobstructed glass curtain walls to facades of ever-greater opacity. The trend is being driven by myriad forces, namely rising performance standards and shifting aesthetic tastes,