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.

'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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World's Fair Pavilion reimagined as a giant greenhouse blob atop Flushing Meadows Park

World's Fair Pavilion reimagined as a giant greenhouse blob atop Flushing Meadows Park

Related: 100,000 sq. ft. Duggal Greenhouse Opens at Brooklyn Navy Yard! + Sarah Wan and Aidan Doyle Via The Real Deal New York State Pavilion, Sarah Wan and Aidan Doylem…

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'Climate Inaction' figures call out Trump and other climate change deniers

'Climate Inaction' figures call out Trump and other climate change deniers

Related: + Climate Inaction Figures Climate Inaction, climate change, climate change figures, superhero climate change figures, climate change toys

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70 Vestry's stepped terraces bring an urban oasis to the banks of the Hudson

70 Vestry's stepped terraces bring an urban oasis to the banks of the Hudson

Related: + Robert A.M. Stern Architects Via World Architecture News 70 Vestry, Robert A.M. Stern Architects, architecture, tribeca, Hudson River Park, Daniel Romualdez, …

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Historic St. Ann's warehouse reborn as an ultra-sustainable theater and event space

Historic St. Ann's warehouse reborn as an ultra-sustainable theater and event space

We love it when urban renovation shuns demolition in favor of creative reuse of historic buildings. St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn dates back to the 1840s. Originally a tobacco…

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Shipping container tower transforms Brooklyn carriage house into a bright orange oasis

Shipping container tower transforms Brooklyn carriage house into a bright orange oasis

Related: + Karim Rashid’s Vibrant Chelsea Office Renovated From an Old NY Carriage House Via LOT-EK Irving Place Carriage House, Markus Linnenbrink, Cindy Rucker,…

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Rem Koolhaas breaks ground on his first NYC building

Rem Koolhaas breaks ground on his first NYC building

Related: Rem Koolhaas Redraws Europe To Reduce Carbon Emissions by 80% The project has just broken ground and is slated for completion in 2018. + Rem Koolhaas Via 6sqft and…

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New Pokémon Go tour at Met museum lets you catch 'em all while admiring priceless art

New Pokémon Go tour at Met museum lets you catch 'em all while admiring priceless art

"We were seeing people playing PokémonGO in the museum (and playing it ourselves — one of our guides is the current gym leader at the Met), and it's awesome the game is getting…

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"Bleeding" veggie burger to debut today at David Chang's Momofuku Nishi

Related: National Buffalo Chicken Wing Festival Serves Up Vegetarian Alternative Wings for First Time Ever Via Grub Street Images via Momofuku Tumbler and Twitter…

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Bike Fetish Day brings wacky wheeled creations to the streets of Williamsburg

Bike Fetish Day brings wacky wheeled creations to the streets of Williamsburg

Related: + City Reliquary Community Museum Via Gothamist Mutant bikes, williamsburg,

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Brooklyn's largest public housing development to run on self-sustaining microgrid

Brooklyn's largest public housing development to run on self-sustaining microgrid

The Red Hook Houses District Energy System “NYCHA believes that the distributed energy component of this project has the potential to be a self-sustaining enterprise, and the…

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Swale floating food forest to launch this weekend by giving away free food

Swale floating food forest to launch this weekend by giving away free food

Related: NYC’s first floating food forest to hit the Hudson River this summer Via AM New York Images via Biome Arts Swale Food Forest

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Breaking Ground opens ultra-sustainable supportive housing complex in the Bronx

Breaking Ground opens ultra-sustainable supportive housing complex in the Bronx

Related: Breaking Ground’s Park House to provide sustainable housing for 248 low-income families in the Bronx + COOKFOX Architects + Breaking Ground

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Snag a studio for as low as $548 a month through the housing lottery at this sustainable building in BK

Snag a studio for as low as $548 a month through the housing lottery at this sustainable building in BK

Related: + Pacific Park Brooklyn + COOKFOX Architects Images via COOKFOX Architects COOKFOX architects, 535 Carlton, nyc architecture, nyc condos, Vanderbilt condos,…

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The Hills: Massive new park with longest slide in NYC opens today on Governors Island

The Hills: Massive new park with longest slide in NYC opens today on Governors Island

Related: Mayor Bloomberg Breaks Ground on New Elevated Governors Island Park Made of Recycled Materials + The Hils Via DNAinfo the hills, governors island overhall,…

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First known case of Zika transmission from woman to man reported in NYC

First known case of Zika transmission from woman to man reported in NYC

Related: Long Island welcomes bats that can eat 1,000 mosquitoes an hour to fight Zika Via Mashable zika, zika control, zika new york, zika nyc, long island mosquito, mosquito…

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