Storm-resilient SURE HOUSE can even charge your neighbors' devices during blackouts

Storm-resilient SURE HOUSE can even charge your neighbors' devices during blackouts

sure house, stevens institute of technology, stevens nj, hoboken, nj resiliency, green architecture, resilient architecture, resilient design, eco design, sustainable design, green…

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The Barbarian Group's crazy 4,400-sq-ft desk puts your work surface to shame

The Barbarian Group's crazy 4,400-sq-ft desk puts your work surface to shame

What does your desk look like? As technology continues to improve, our table manners are shifting and our work stations are transforming. Desks, as we have traditionally known, are…

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Controversial Cornell Fine Arts Library expansion features soaring stacks of books

Controversial Cornell Fine Arts Library expansion features soaring stacks of books

The new Fine Arts Library (FAL) at Cornell University is causing quite a stir. The project, now two years in development, involves lobbing off the top floor of the 100-year-old Rand…

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A $579 million hurricane levee could be coming to Staten Island

A $579 million hurricane levee could be coming to Staten Island

As climate change continues to spank the northeast with intense storms and sea levels continue to rise around the globe, urban planners everywhere are struggling to develop ways to keep…

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SoHo co-working space fuels startups with quirky vintage touches and year-round ice cream

SoHo co-working space fuels startups with quirky vintage touches and year-round ice cream

Rameet Chawla, fueled, co working spaces, co working spaces nyc, shared workspaces, nyc, workplace design, office design, eco design, sustainable design, green design, recycled design,…

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Artistic construction worker conceals his artwork behind swanky condo walls

Artistic construction worker conceals his artwork behind swanky condo walls

As reported by the NY Times, 11-story building treat Related: Though Mr. Osmanaj didn’t know it, the eight-unit condominium at 560 West 24th, developed by Adam Gordon…

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Public outrage as de Blasio considers getting rid of Times Square pedestrian plazas

Public outrage as de Blasio considers getting rid of Times Square pedestrian plazas

Apparently, street performers in Times Square have become such a nuisance that the city is considering doing away with the pedestrian plazas. Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Thursday that…

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Will you be at Citi Bike's first-ever bike-in movie night?

Will you be at Citi Bike's first-ever bike-in movie night?

In Williamsburg next week, a bikesplosion will be celebrated. Within the last two days, Citi Bike has installed 15 new stations in the neighborhood and on Tuesday, August 25, Brooklyn…

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Chelsea condo strikes LEED Gold for its emphasis on healthy living and indoor air quality

Chelsea condo strikes LEED Gold for its emphasis on healthy living and indoor air quality

From honking cars to urinating strangers, most New Yorkers can agree the city is not the cleanest. In the bustling city that never sleeps, BKSK Architects challenges our city and raises…

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New SeaGlass carousel takes you on an underwater adventure inside of giant, illuminated fish

New SeaGlass carousel takes you on an underwater adventure inside of giant, illuminated fish

Battery Park, eco design, green architecture nyc, green design, nyc carousels, sea glass, sea glass carousel, seaglass, seaglass carousel, sustainable design, The Battery Conservancy,…

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Heroic Food Farm gives returning veterans a new mission cultivating sustainably grown food

Heroic Food Farm gives returning veterans a new mission cultivating sustainably grown food

Heroic Food was founded in 2014 by screenwriter Leora Barish in order to address two problems: the challenges veterans face as they transition back into civilian society, and America's…

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MoMA's buzzworthy new statue sports a head made of honey bees

MoMA's buzzworthy new statue sports a head made of honey bees

Related: + Pierre Huyghe Via Yahoo! Pierre Huyghe beehive art

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Van hotels let you stay in NYC's hippest areas for as low as $22 a night

Van hotels let you stay in NYC's hippest areas for as low as $22 a night

There are many strange sights every day in New York, and each one is just as surprising as the one before. In the latest “you’ve got to see it to believe it” craze, people are…

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Could Two World Trade Center become the most expensive office tower in the world?

Could Two World Trade Center become the most expensive office tower in the world?

Although the Two World Trade Center building has yet to be started, it looks the Bjarke Ingles-designed building is on track to become the world's most expensive office building.…

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Three little piggies make adorable debut at the Prospect Park Zoo

Three little piggies make adorable debut at the Prospect Park Zoo

Prospect Park Zoo welcomed three adorable new residents last week. A trio of Juliana pigs debuted in the barn area of the zoo, making it the first time the Brooklyn zoo has had pigs on…

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Citi Bike rolls out two new stations on Governors Island

Citi Bike rolls out two new stations on Governors Island

Citi Bike activated two new docking stations on Governors Island this week for its bike share program, which has racked up 2 million trips since its inception in 2013. This marks a huge…

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Free Cat Cafe features colorful kitty skywalks and adoptable feline friends in Hoboken

Free Cat Cafe features colorful kitty skywalks and adoptable feline friends in Hoboken

Wednesday 8/5 until Sunday 8/9 and the goal of the café is to get cats adopted and generate donations to help support North Shore Animal League America (NSALA). The Cat Café has…

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Hide from the world at this mirrored sauna that disappears into the woods

Hide from the world at this mirrored sauna that disappears into the woods

The Cadyville Sauna seems simple, but the design is quite smart, like Hisel's other designs. The structure was built from local western red cedar and stones, lending a natural…

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Enter the 2016 City of Dreams Pavilion competition and see your design come to life on Governors Island

Enter the 2016 City of Dreams Pavilion competition and see your design come to life on Governors Island

FIGMENT has opened the call for entries in its 2016 City of Dreams Pavilion Design Competition for Governors Island.

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Award-winning KinesicMouse lets the disabled control computers with facial gestures

Award-winning KinesicMouse lets the disabled control computers with facial gestures

AT&T, NYU ANNOUNCE WINNERS OF $100,000 CONNECT ABILITY TECH CHALLENGE TO IMPROVE THE LIVES OF PEOPLE LIVING WITH DISABILITIES Senator Charles Schumer and Disability Advocates Join…

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Mass pigeon kidnapping leaves Washington Square Park locals mourning feathered friends

Mass pigeon kidnapping leaves Washington Square Park locals mourning feathered friends

The troves of pigeons usually infiltrating picnic goers at Washington Square Park haven’t migrated to another city green space, but were apparently part of a mass abduction. As…

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A new 60,000-sq-ft food court is coming to Brooklyn

A new 60,000-sq-ft food court is coming to Brooklyn

The massive overhaul of the Brooklyn Navy Yard will welcome the public with something every loves- food. The BNY Development Corp. has chosen Marvel Architects to design a massive…

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Cat Camp opens today in NYC (adorable video)

Cat Camp opens today in NYC (adorable video)

cat camp, cat camp nyc, cat cafe, cat cafe nyc, purine one, purine one cat camp, cats nyc, cute cats, openhouse nyc, nyc cat camp From the people who brought you the first ever Cat…

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