Beyer Blinder Belle teams up with Stillman International Development to re-envision the Times Square Theater, the last in a series of historic renovations on the famed block.
Designed by Studio MDA, the new flagship art gallery makes a bold statement while maintaining a historical and aesthetic dialogue with its environs.
The boat project, created using a marbling technique and sponsored by the Public Art Fund, will visit docks around New York this summer.
The second phase of the Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park, which opens today, was co-designed by SWA/BALSLEY and WEISS/MANFREDI.
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.
Es Devlin, the multi-disciplinary artist renowned for her stage designs for Kanye West, U2, and Beyoncé, has teamed up with Bjarke Ingels for a special installation in advance of his new mixed-use project in Manhattan.
The new building, located in the Bed-Stuy neighborhood of Brooklyn, will create 197 affordable residences for the New York City Housing Authority.
The firm used a nearby historical landmark as a blueprint for the 2,300-square-foot residence.
Metropolis asks legendary Hotelier Ian Schrager and architect Ascan Mergenthaler of Herzog & de Meueron to break down the details of their new 17-story hotel in New York.
The e-tailer's first brick-and-mortar store, designed by New York firm Leong Long, embraces its ethos of "radical transparency."
The new residential complex, to wrap up in 2020, will feature a bubbly facade of faceted bay windows.
The planning non-profit seeks to dramatically expand New York City's transportation network while tackling affordability, driverless cars, and climate change, among other challenges.
Metropolis asked New York stakeholders to consider what we’ve learned since Sandy and how the city is moving toward a more resilient future.
Called SPYSCAPE, the espionage-themed museum will open this December in Manhattan.
Inspired by a Gordon Matta-Clark artwork of the same name, the artist will create a ghostly pier in Hudson River Park.
By considering the city's unbuilt skyline, a new exhibition at the Queens Museum compels viewers to consider its future.
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