Architecture Office’s co-working space in Syracuse “reinvigorates the notion of a cubicle”

Black mesh screens encase the work cubicles in a co-working space designed by American studio Architecture Office in downtown Syracuse, New York. ShareCuse is a 3,200 square-foot (297 square-metres) shared office space located on the first floor of a historic office building. Its open-plan workspace, seven private offices, conference room and telephone booth were designed […]

Competition: win two tickets to The World Around’s inaugural conference in New York

Dezeen promotion: in our latest competition, we’ve partnered with architecture forum The World Around to give away two tickets to its conference taking place for the first time in January 2020. Curated by Beatrice Galilee, the inaugural conference will take place on Saturday 25 January 2020 at The Times Centre in New York designed by […]

Heatherwick Studio’s Pier 55 renamed Little Island

Thomas Heatherwick’s Pier 55 park within New York’s Hudson River has been renamed Little Island, as visuals and a video detailing the project’s construction are released. Updated details of the project were revealed today by the Diller-von Furstenberg Family Foundation, which is funding the project. Now called Little Island, the project is currently taking shape […]

The Met’s Costume Institute announces time-travelling theme for Spring 2020 exhibition

Fashion “flashbacks and fast-forwards” will be the theme of next year’s major fashion exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, with exhibition design by Es Devlin. Called About Time: Fashion and Duration, the spring 2020 exhibition at the Met’s Costume Institute will explore the nature of time. It will form part of […]

The World Around architecture forum to launch in New York next year

British curator Beatrice Galilee has launched a new architecture forum that will kick-off as a conference in New York next year, with speakers including Elizabeth Diller and Shohei Shigematsu. Dezeen is media partner for the inaugural edition of The World Around and will be livestreaming the all-day series of talks, set to take place on Saturday […]

Patchwork leather and textured concrete feature in Alala’s New York showroom

Interior designer Tina Rich has turned a “white box” in New York City‘s Soho neighbourhood into a showroom and office for a women’s sports brand. Local studio Tina Rich Design transformed a 2,500-square-feet (232-square-metre) space into the office and showroom for online brand Alala. Rich’s firm had previously designed the first office of the company, […]

1100 Architect refurbishes 1970s cottage tucked into Long Island’s sand dunes

Bi-national studio 1100 Architect has renovated a cottage in New York beach town the Hamptons to create spaces where “old and new are impossible to distinguish from each other”. The House in Amagansett takes its name from the Long Island hamlet where it is situated. Nestled into grassy dunes, the 1,609-square-foot (150-square-metre) dwelling serve as […]

Guggenheim New York announces Rem Koolhaas exhibit Countryside, The Future

Rem Koolhaas will explore the radical change of the countryside in an exhibition coming to New York’s Guggenheim museum next year. Opening February 2020, Countryside, The Future will showcase findings from an ongoing investigation led by Koolhaas and AMO, the research arm of the architect’s firm OMA. The aim of the project is to take […]

Nordstrom department store opens inside world’s tallest residential skyscraper

A curvy glass facade lined with chainmail fronts the first location of American department store Nordstrom in New York City. The 320,000-square-foot (29,729-square-metre) Nordstrom store opened today, 24 October, at the bottom of Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill‘s Central Park Tower, which is the tallest residential building in the world. Nordstrom’s vice president of store […]

Gensler redesigns lobby for postmodern AT&T Building

Gensler has revealed plans to create a bright and minimal lobby inside Philip Johnson’s landmarked postmodernist AT&T Building, as part of the major overhaul of the skyscraper led by architecture firm Snøhetta. The New York firm has redesigned the entrance of the 550 Madison tower in Midtown Manhattan, which was completed in 1984 by American […]

The Arrivals creates “playful yet performative” weather-themed pop-up

Translucent polycarbonate panels are used to separate different shopping zones outfitted to specific weather conditions in this pop-up shop in New York designed by fashion brand The Arrivals. The Arrivals is the brainchild of architect Jeff Johnson and entrepreneur Kal Vepuri, who teamed Brooklyn experiential studio Early Spring led by Kamil Tyebally to create the […]

10 architecture and design studios to visit during Open House New York 2019

Open House New York 2019 kicks off today, with designer and architects’ studios across the city opening their doors to offer a glimpse inside. We roundup 10 not to miss. Photograph by Robb Williamson Aecom Landscape Architecture + Urban Design Studio, Sunset Park, Brooklyn International firm Aecom‘s warehouse-like offices, located in Brooklyn’s Industry City campus, […]

Public Records in historic Brooklyn building pairs vegan cafe with nightclub

Shane Davis and partners have overhauled an industrial building in Brooklyn‘s Gowanus area into a spot that functions as a vegan cafe by day, and a bar and restaurant, complete with a nightclub, after dark. Located at the tip of the Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn, Public Records is the brainchild of musician Francis Harris and […]

Skylights create rainbow patterns inside cedar-covered Cocoon House by Nina Edwards Anker

Coloured skylights offer rainbow-hued illuminations on one side of this holiday cottage that Nina Edwards Anker has designed in Long Island, while the other is covered in cedar shingles. Architect and designer Edwards Anker, who runs New York’s Nea Studio, completed the Cocoon House in Southampton, a seaside town on the South Fork of Long […]

Five movies not to miss at New York’s Architecture and Design Film Festival

New York’s Architecture and Design Film Festival founder has picked out five screenings to get in the diary ahead of the event’s opening next week, including movies that explore the lives and works of architect Denise Scott Brown, Bauhaus educator László Moholy-Nagy and 20th-century architect Bruce Goff. Forming part of month-long event Archtober, the 11th […]

Sou Fujimoto’s first New York project will be a co-living complex

Sou Fujimoto has designed a complex for co-living developer The Collective on an historic Brooklyn site – marking the Japanese architect’s first project in New York City. London’s The Collective revealed today that it has teamed up with Fujimoto to create the Bedford-Stuyvesant location, providing co-living accommodation alongside a mix of communal facilities that are […]

Foster + Partners restores “iconic” glass Apple Fifth Avenue

Apple‘s glass Fifth Avenue store in New York City has reopened to the public following a renovation by Foster + Partners that added a spiral staircase, skylights and public plaza. Apple Fifth Avenue is an underground Apple Store in Manhattan, nestled below a plaza that is in front of Edward Durell Stone’s 50-storey General Motors […]

Michaelis Boyd reveals interiors for Studio Gang-designed Brooklyn tower

Architecture firm Michaelis Boyd has unveiled its design for the interiors of Brooklyn’s upcoming residential tower 11 Hoyt by Studio Gang, which offers two contrasting palettes for condos. Michaelis Boyd has created the interiors for Studio Gang‘s 57-storey condominium tower, which is under construction in Downtown Brooklyn and slated to open next year. The tower […]

Flowering meadow tops Statue of Liberty Museum in New York by FXCollaborative

An expansive green roof, bird-friendly glass and copper accents are among the design elements that architecture firm FXCollaborative incorporated into an angular museum on Liberty Island in the New York Harbor. The Statue of Liberty Museum sits just across from Lady Liberty, the famed neoclassical sculpture that France gave to the US in the 1880s. […]

Everlane opens minimal Brooklyn store featuring painted brick and pale wood

A large window punctures white-painted brickwork to reveal fashion brand Everlane‘s store in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighbourhood, designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson. The 4,400-square-foot (409-square-metre) Everlane store in Williamsburg is the US clothing brand’s “largest store yet”, and doubles the size of its other New York store on Prince Street in Soho to create more space […]

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