Nicole Jewell

 

Currently living in Madrid, Nicole works as a design writer and Spanish translator. When possible, she enjoys traveling around the Iberian Peninsula exploring Spain's rich blend of historic and modern architecture. Her articles and photos have been published in various trade publications and websites. You can reach her at Nicole Jewell.com.

Sneak a peek into the city's swankiest new residences at OHNY 2016

Sneak a peek into the city's swankiest new residences at OHNY 2016

Related: Take a fall tour of NYC’s most exciting landscape architecture landmarks "Private residences are perennial OHNY Weekend favorites - they not only allow us to be voyeurs…

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America's "first micro hotel with 4-star design" packs big style into small rooms

Although small hotel rooms may not be in big demand, one hotel chain is taking its cue from the micro housing trend. Proving once again that good design isn't synonomous with space,…

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Port Authority Bus Terminal gets five futuristic makeovers by top design firms

Port Authority Bus Terminal gets five futuristic makeovers by top design firms

Related: MTA unveils high-tech new buses with LCD screens, Wi-Fi and USB ports Via Politico

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Rapper 50 Cent's community garden offers a green alternative to juvenile detention

Rapper 50 Cent's community garden offers a green alternative to juvenile detention

A community garden connects people to one another, says Deborah Marton, the executive director of NYRP. “There are not many activities in our culture where young people, old people,…

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The Cubes: LOT-EK unveils futuristic shipping container structure for Socrates Sculpture Park

The Cubes: LOT-EK unveils futuristic shipping container structure for Socrates Sculpture Park

In celebration of New York’s Socrates Sculpture Park’s 30th anniversary, NYC Parks released the renderings for “The Cubes,” a two-story, 2,640-square-foot building made out of…

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AECOM proposes sprawling new residential area for Red Hook waterfront

AECOM proposes sprawling new residential area for Red Hook waterfront

Related: "We have to recognize that growth is necessary to create a waterfront that people can use, affordable housing and a mass-transit connection to a neighborhood where one…

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This $150 million stairway will be like a gigantic real-life M.C. Escher drawing for Hudson Yards

This $150 million stairway will be like a gigantic real-life M.C. Escher drawing for Hudson Yards

Related: Via Archinect Thomas Heatherwick, stairs, stair installation, hudson yards,

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'Giant vacuum cleaner with miles-long hose' proposed to tackle garbage issues on the High Line

'Giant vacuum cleaner with miles-long hose' proposed to tackle garbage issues on the High Line

Related: Celebrate the High Line’s idyllic Chelsea Grasslands with a full month of special events “The collection station doesn’t smell, and it means that you don’t have the…

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Renderings unveiled for World Trade Center Performing Arts Center show a glowing, lantern-like cube

Renderings unveiled for World Trade Center Performing Arts Center show a glowing, lantern-like cube

Related: + REX Architects + Ronald O. Perelman Performing Arts Center Via CBS and Archinect Aerial Render © K18 All images via Luxigon unless otherwise noted REX…

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Take a fall tour of NYC's most exciting landscape architecture landmarks

Take a fall tour of NYC's most exciting landscape architecture landmarks

"New York City is at the forefront of reimagining the possibilities for the urban landscape," says OHNY executive director Gregory Wessner. "From parks like the High Line and Brooklyn…

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Light-filled Jersey Shore home boasts storm-resilient features and uses 85 percent less energy

Light-filled Jersey Shore home boasts storm-resilient features and uses 85 percent less energy

Related: Storm-resilient SURE HOUSE can even charge your neighbors’ devices during blackouts Via Houzz Tour Photography by Eric Roth Photography

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Celebrate the High Line's idyllic Chelsea Grasslands with a full month of special events

Celebrate the High Line's idyllic Chelsea Grasslands with a full month of special events

Related: Design for last High Line portion includes an Italian-style piazza + Friends of the Highline High Line, friends of the high line, nyc highline, green space nyc,…

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Gorgeous living wall purifies the air inside this new emergency call center in the Bronx

Gorgeous living wall purifies the air inside this new emergency call center in the Bronx

Related: "What we’ve been working on is matching up the science and the engineering of how to deliver healthier air," says Jason Vollen, AECOM’s principal for high performance…

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Fashion stylist's tiny reclaimed wood cabin is the perfect escape from NYC

Fashion stylist's tiny reclaimed wood cabin is the perfect escape from NYC

Although the fashion world may be notoriious for its hectic rythmn and superficial lifestyle, there are some who just seem to get it. To escape the hustle and bustle of NYC's fashion…

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Ultra-modern NoHo loft renovation stars an oasis-like rooftop garden

Ultra-modern NoHo loft renovation stars an oasis-like rooftop garden

Related: Confined Manhattan apartment artfully transformed into an airy loft + DXA studio DXA studio, NoHo loft renovation, green roof, garden roof, rooftop garden nyc,

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'Paris on the Gowanus': 365 Bond brings sustainable waterfront luxury to Brooklyn

'Paris on the Gowanus': 365 Bond brings sustainable waterfront luxury to Brooklyn

Related: Roof Farm-Topped Gowanus Whole Foods Set to Open in December According to the project’s lead designer and architect, GHWA’s David West, AIA, “The site is located at…

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Stack Exchange envisions a futuristic LES community made of layers of timber

Stack Exchange envisions a futuristic LES community made of layers of timber

Related: “Grow Your Own City” Concept Wins the Timber in the City Student Design Competition + Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Association of Collegiate…

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400-square-foot apartment uses clever pivot wall to divide space in multiple ways

400-square-foot apartment uses clever pivot wall to divide space in multiple ways

Related: Add luxury to your tiny apartment with a DIY loft for ‘only’ $19/sq ft + Architecture Workshop Via 6sqft Photos via Architecture Workshop Architecture…

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Brooklyn Army Terminal's Annex space to be converted into food manufacturing hub

Brooklyn Army Terminal's Annex space to be converted into food manufacturing hub

The NYCEDC just announed that the Brooklyn Army Terminal will be converted into a major food manufactoring hub. The entire 55,000 square foot space of the Terminal's Annex building will…

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fresh&co's mobile pop-up farmstand hits the streets of NYC

fresh&co's mobile pop-up farmstand hits the streets of NYC

Related: GrowNYC Farmers Market Pops Up in the Middle of JFK Airport JetBlue Terminal + fresh&co + Friends of Karen Images via fresh&co Facebook fresh&co,…

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The Shed's dynamic 'telescoping shell' will bring a flexible new arts space to Hudson Yards

The Shed's dynamic 'telescoping shell' will bring a flexible new arts space to Hudson Yards

https://vimeo.com/174245694 The center is currently under construction on West 30th Street between 10th and 11th avenues, according to its website. Related: + Diller Scofidio +…

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