Giant water-purifying vertical garden pops up at MoMA PS1

Giant water-purifying vertical garden pops up at MoMA PS1

2015 YAP competition, Andrés Jaque, BAC Engineering and Consultancy, clean water, COSMO, COSMO MoMA PS1, eco art, MoMA 2015 Young Architects Program, MoMA PS1, Office for Political…

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Access your own 25,000-sq-ft rooftop

Access your own 25,000-sq-ft rooftop "hipster playground" at ODA's new Bushwick apartments

The 25,500 sf of modulating landscaped rooftop which will include: + ODA Architecture ODA Architecture, 10 Monieth street, green roofs, architecture, brooklyn design,…

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Floating Brooklyn Barge Bar arrives on the East River waterfront (PHOTOS)

Floating Brooklyn Barge Bar arrives on the East River waterfront (PHOTOS)

bar on a boat, barge bar, boat bar, brooklyn barge bar, brooklyn bars, floating bar, floating bar greenpoint, nyc barge bar, nyc boat bar, waterfront bar, waterfront bar nyc, will…

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Foster + Partners' 425 Park Avenue set to make history as NYC's first WELL-certified tower

Foster + Partners' 425 Park Avenue set to make history as NYC's first WELL-certified tower

F+P won the international competition to design the new building in 2012. You can view video of the winning proposal here. At this iconic Manhattan address, the tower will be divided…

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Giant pyramid of real flowers blooms on the Long Island City waterfront

Giant pyramid of real flowers blooms on the Long Island City waterfront

Agnes Denes, art installation nyc, flower art, flower pyramid, flower sculpture, living art, Living Pyramid, park art, Public Art, pyramid of flowers, queens waterfront, Socrates…

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Prefab wooden dome home spins like a UFO to let sunlight in from every angle

Prefab wooden dome home spins like a UFO to let sunlight in from every angle

This wooden dome house is constructed largely from organic materials, including cedar, bamboo, and limestone. It has another eco-friendly feature, too, that allows the home to be more…

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See how this NYC apartment's hidden 'active wall' allows it to transform depending on the situation

See how this NYC apartment's hidden 'active wall' allows it to transform depending on the situation

The wall serves as a secret room of sorts, hiding features such as the dining room table. Related: 10 Transforming Furniture Designs Perfect for Tiny Apartments +…

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Barclays Center rolls out its new green roof

Barclays Center rolls out its new green roof

While the 135,000-square-foot space will not be publicly accessible, it is designed to reduce noise output from the arena, capture rainwater, and provide nice views from the street, as…

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NYC's first prefab micro-unit apartment building starts to rise in Manhattan (PHOTOS)

NYC's first prefab micro-unit apartment building starts to rise in Manhattan (PHOTOS)

Actors Fund HDC, adAPT Nyc, eco design, green design, Kips Bay, micro apartments, micro ny, MIcro NYC, Monadnock Development LLC, nARCHITECTS, sustainable design, tiny dwellings, tiny…

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NYC's new Whitney Museum opens today

NYC's new Whitney Museum opens today

Adam D. Weinberg, Alice Pratt Brown, Whitney Museum of American Art, whitney museum, new whitney museum, yuji agematsu, Adam D. Weinberg, Alice Pratt Brown Director of the Whitney…

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A living room of found furniture pops up in Times Square (PHOTOS)

A living room of found furniture pops up in Times Square (PHOTOS)

Since last year, Bettman has been setting up impromptu “rooms” all over New York City, having created facets of living room scenes in Bushwick, Chelsea and the Lower East Side…

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Psychedelic rainbow makeover gives an old farmhouse a vibrant new glow

Psychedelic rainbow makeover gives an old farmhouse a vibrant new glow

O'Sullivan purchased the property, which dates back to 1840, in 2009, and has been renovating it with her partner, Mason Brown. The ongoing renovation project is largely funded by the…

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Tadao Ando's first New York condominium design features one of the largest green walls in the city

Tadao Ando's first New York condominium design features one of the largest green walls in the city

The design is a long-awaited unveil from the world-renowned Pritzker-award-winning Japanese architect, and the early images show a stark and simple rectangular building composed mostly…

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Elegant Flying Point home rises gracefully out of restored sand dunes

Elegant Flying Point home rises gracefully out of restored sand dunes

Flying Point is a contemporary one-story structure that is comprised of the main house, a pool and a pool house. Although the home maintains a simplistic sophistication, the project was…

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95 local students envision awesome features for NYC's underground Lowline park (PHOTOS)

95 local students envision awesome features for NYC's underground Lowline park (PHOTOS)

The interactive exhibit features the students' handmade 3D models, which illustrate their most fantastical aspirations for the Lowline from trees and ponds to fountains, historic…

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Mindfully miniature 90-square-foot apartment makes smart use of every inch of space

Mindfully miniature 90-square-foot apartment makes smart use of every inch of space

Once Rowell signed her lease, she realized that every bit of furniture would have to be custom-made. With the help of a friend, she built her bed frame and shelving units. As for her…

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Help make BanG's Billion Oyster Pavilion for Governors Island a reality

Help make BanG's Billion Oyster Pavilion for Governors Island a reality

Each year, the City of Dreams Pavilion provides a temporary architectural structure for visitors to Governors Island to enjoy, and one of the most crucial criteria is that the pavilion…

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Spreadhouse Coffee offers an

Spreadhouse Coffee offers an "anti-Starbucks" retreat and vegan donuts on the Lower East Side

The space before Spreadhouse moved in and what it looks like now. As you might have guessed if you tried to google "Spreadhouse", Peter and Greg also run a video production company…

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What do Robert Moses and Batman have in common? A lot, according to this new graphic novel

What do Robert Moses and Batman have in common? A lot, according to this new graphic novel

Published by Nobrow, “The Master Builder of New York City” gives factual insight into the incredible hold Moses had on the development of the city beginning as early as in the…

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Leonardo DiCaprio's eco-friendly NYC apartment rents for a cool $25,000 a month

Leonardo DiCaprio's eco-friendly NYC apartment rents for a cool $25,000 a month

A photo of a similar apartment in the Delos that was being eyed by Kim Kardashian. As reported by the NY Post and 6sqft, DiCaprio leased out his $10 million Delos apartment to…

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Take a gander at the over-budget and much-delayed WTC Transportation Hub from the inside

Take a gander at the over-budget and much-delayed WTC Transportation Hub from the inside

The much-anticipated design has come under fire for years now due to not only its delayed construction, but also for its continuously ballooning budget. The original estimated cost for…

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First residential building at Domino Sugar site breaks ground

First residential building at Domino Sugar site breaks ground

"We couldn't be prouder that planning is turning into reality with this first building at the Domino site," said Vishaan Chakrabarti, principal at SHoP Architects. "Clad in rich…

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Greenery-like sculptures bring life to a dreary intersection in Gowanus, Brooklyn

Greenery-like sculptures bring life to a dreary intersection in Gowanus, Brooklyn

Greenery was just unveiled this week and will be on view until January 2016. Its playful depiction of lush flora is represented by six brightly-colored, cartoon-like plants.…

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Giant NYC heart sculpture will soon transform into a

Giant NYC heart sculpture will soon transform into a "Heartseat"

“We are very excited to extend the life of HeartBeat by transforming it into HeartSeat, a public seating sculpture that, after its time in Times Square, will become part of a public…

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