The inaugural exhibit, which closed yesterday, offered more than 200 works from 32 galleries.
Brooklyn, the city's most populous borough, is as much a draw during NYCxDesign as Manhattan.
The story of architectural Modernism in New York City goes beyond the familiar touchstones of Lever House and the Seagram Building.
Studio INI's Urban Imprint installation at the A/D/O design center will invite visitors to push back—quite literally—on reality.
The 30-story tower and its surroundings include design from Handel Architects, Gachot Studios, and James Corner Field Operations.
The restaurant's designers, Asfour Guzy Architects, tailored a specific room for making pasta and showing-off the craft to passerby outside.
The fate of the BQE's cantilevered stretch of highway—which must be fixed or repurposed—in Brooklyn Heights has stirred extensive controversy and multiple proposals. Now the Danish-American firm is throwing its hat into the ring.
The project, which also included extensive restoration work and a new lobby, prepared the 230,000-square-foot former warehouse for new office tenants.
The design features a restored timber-frame ceiling and custom furniture that creates a refreshing dialogue between past and present.
Metropolis toured the soon-to-open six-acre park, which features a 1,200-foot-long esplanade and a series of industrial "artifacts" salvaged from the Domino Sugar factory.
The new building, located in the Bed-Stuy neighborhood of Brooklyn, will create 197 affordable residences for the New York City Housing Authority.
Renderings of the 675,000-square-foot office building, which will boast amenities designed by Fogarty Finger Architecture, show that it will pull out the stops to entice tenants to the Navy Yard.
A designer's dream studio, The Workspace at A/D/O pushes one member to make work at the intersection of nature, sculpture, and critique.
With support from The Workspace at A/D/O, the young design firm Trueing, creates a minimalist testament to the "ever-changing world of design."
Starting May 5, the Brooklyn-centric show will feature designers ranging from fresh-faced label Ot/tra to established favorites, like Casa Kids, Think Fabricate, Aimée Wilder, and Todd Bracher.
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.
A short film takes us behind the scenes of the New York-based industrial design studio.
This short film takes us inside the art and design studio CW&T, which produces everything from apps to buildings to jump ropes.
Despite straddling design disciplines and working with many makers, Syrette Lew maintains a distinctive voice.
Berg Design Architecture modifies a geodesic structure for Kinfolk’s math-obsessed founders.