The building's icy, transparent envelope deploys an unconventional type of glass in a crenellated profile that, according to SHoP's Gregg Pasquarelli, suggests “almost a contemporary version of pier architecture.”
The New York firm has expanded the art institution, transforming its humdrum museum building into a work of art in the process
The luxury rental American Copper Buildings in New York City are named for the unusual material used on their facades.
Within a couple of years, virtual reality and related technologies have gone from speculative to ubiquitous. Now, in the hands of a few architects and designers, it has the potential to revolutionize the design process.
The firm’s experimental pavilion surpassed more than a few benchmarks for the technology.
The celebrated designer talks about her interior design work at SHoP, new fabrication technologies, and opening her own firm.
New book imagines, predicts, and proposes a rewarding urban life.
A Brooklyn developer asks for more height in exchange for a livelier public realm. A good deal?
3-D printing has already transformed design. Now, with affordable equipment widely available, the technology is going mainstream.