The Manhattan flagship, the first of its kind in the United States, is not only a shrine to sportswear but an homage to Nike’s unique design process—past and future.
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The 415,000-square-foot, $200-million renovation was prompted by code violations, but the subsequent update also honored its architects' original designs.
The two projects, which are helmed by HOK and SOM, respectively, aim to become enduring civic spaces.
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.
As shown in a new video, the Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture–designed Central Park Tower will dwarf all other residential buildings when it's completed.
José Esparza Chong Cuy, currently an associate curator at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art, will take over the iconic New York City institution beginning November 1.
Architecture firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro (DS+R) and Pulitzer Prize–winning composer David Lang are collaborating on the project, which runs October 3–7.
Dubbed "The Forum," the 56,000-square-foot project on the university's 17-acre Manhattanville campus aims to be a global and local hub for lectures, conferences, and events.
The 28,000-square-foot facility, which opened this month in Manhattan’s Financial District, is Rockwell’s second project for the Blue School.
The recently opened NewYork-Presbyterian David H. Koch Center foregrounds the patient experience, with light-filled spaces and a wealth of amenities.
With its rich material palette and crafty millwork, the Bryant is an exercise in humble luxury and takes cues from its historic neighbors.
Three excerpted chapters from Interior Landmarks: Treasures of New York, whose new edition is available for pre-order, reveal stunning Art Nouveau and Art Deco architecture.
New York City's month-long celebration of architecture—which includes films, tours, lectures, discussions, and more—kicks off October 1st.
The interiors of the Elsie Rooftop, perched atop an office tower near Times Square, draws inspiration from legendary 20th century socialite and interior designer, Elsie de Wolfe.
Completed in 1984, the 37-story tower is considered a benchmark of Postmodernism as the first commercial skyscraper of that style.
As part of our 2018 Design Cities issue, Metropolis looked at projects, firms, and places that are driving global design culture today.
Frank Gehry’s Minimalist Set For a 1983 Dance Performance Is Restaged for the Final Time in New York
Available Light, created in collaboration with choreographer Lucinda Childs and composer John Adams, is performed in New York City for the first time in 35 years at Lincoln Center.
For 130 William Street, located in New York's Financial District, Adjaye drew from the neighborhood's historic fabric, while looking to the future of high rise living.
Just as he’s wrapped his largest and greenest project to date, Thomas Kosbau’s brand of idealistic architecture is growing up.
The second phase of the Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park, which opens today, was co-designed by SWA/BALSLEY and WEISS/MANFREDI.