Beyer Blinder Belle led the restoration, which included asbestos abatement, re-creating original architecture, adding ADA accessibility, and more.
Author: Laura Raskin
The New York State Equal Rights Heritage Center aims to be a gateway to the Finger Lakes region's attractions and history of equal rights movements.
The Tatiana Bilbao–organized show uses student work, Iwan Baan photography, and maps to present multitudinous—though sometimes blurry—visions for the contentious region.
“Hospice is as much for the staff and relatives as it is for the patients,” says KKE Architects' director, Phil Kavanagh.
Innovative projects, like architect Junya Ishigami’s assisted living community of salvaged houses, point the way forward.
In 1967, this part of the Lower East Side was demolished—now some former residents are returning there to live in this Dattner Architects–designed senior housing project.
With Apartments, Gardens, Plazas, and Restaurants, Singapore Tests a Bold New Model for Intergenerational Housing
Designed by WOHA, the complex is a one-stop hub with 104 senior apartments and a host of connected facilities and amenities, including an embarrassment of outdoor riches.
Arup and Heller Manus Architects collaborated to install story-height viscous dampers in San Francisco's third-tallest tower.
With his polymorphous design for a narrow 19th Century residence, the architect tackles issues of material experimentation, ecology, and urban density.
With a new apartment building on West 17th Street, the architect adds another completed project to his growing New York portfolio.
A slew of experimental restoration projects are intersecting with Wright’s ideas in interesting ways.
The luxury rental American Copper Buildings in New York City are named for the unusual material used on their facades.
A visionary organization has purchased a mountain in Utah and is designing a ground-up public town that they hope will mirror their values.
The design of an innovative Brooklyn preschool’s new digs imbues the classroom with a domestic warmth.
To renovate a town house in Brooklyn, Young Projects built an extension, added green spaces, and brought sunlight into the home—all within the constraints of a modest site.
Scottsdale’s Museum of the West is not only a repository of regional culture but also a catalyst for an urban community.