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Format Architecture Office imbues Manhattan office with “boutique sensibility” and cafe seating

May 31, 2020 Bridget Cogley 0
Midtown Office by Format Architecture Office

Cafe-style seating and muted interiors outfit this New York office that local studio Format Architecture Office has designed with places to mingle, eat and work. Called Midtown Office, the project spans an entire floor of a high-rise building in New York City’s Midtown area. Close to Bryant Park, it was designed for a global tech

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Gensler expands and remodels Colorado airport with cosy yet contemporary interiors

May 28, 2020 Bridget Cogley 0
Vail airport by Gensler

Gensler has added a black metal volume to an airport servicing ski resorts in Vail, Colorado, containing lounges with fireplaces and pale wood ceilings. The project was designed for Eagle County Regional Airport (EGE) in the town of Gypsum that services Vail, Beaver Creek and other towns. The international architecture firm and Colorado contractor Hensel

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Couple builds themselves cedar-clad retreat Little Peek on Maine island Vinalhaven

May 26, 2020 Bridget Cogley 0

A screened porch is sandwiched between two cedar volumes to form this holiday home that the founders of Berman Horn Studio in New York built themselves on an island in Maine. Maria Berman and Brad Horn, who run Berman Horn Studio, completed the Little Peek residence in Vinalhaven, an island 15 miles (24 kilometres) off

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Greyed wood clads renovated Montauk beach house by Desciencelab

May 25, 2020 Bridget Cogley 0
Montauk house by Desciencelab

Brooklyn design-build studio Desciencelab has overhauled a gabled house in Montauk on the furthest tip of Long Island with greyed cladding and teak interiors. The two-storey house was stripped back to its concrete block shell and turned into a contemporary holiday home by Desciencelab. While the exterior was updated with horizontal boards of Meranti wood,

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Islyn Studio converts warehouse in Albuquerque into Sawmill Market food hall

May 24, 2020 Bridget Cogley 0
Sawmill Market by Islyn Studio

New York’s Islyn Studio has overhauled an old lumber warehouse in Albuquerque, New Mexico and turned it into a sun-lit food hall with various spots to indulge. Called Sawmill Market, the project occupies an old warehouse in the city’s Sawmill District that measures 40,000 square feet (3,716 square metres). It is billed as the first

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Ras-A Studio builds Walk-Street House near the beach in California

May 21, 2020 Bridget Cogley 0
Walk-Street House by Ras-A Studio

A photographer and his family live in this boxy house clad in cedar that design-build practice Ras-A Studio has designed near the ocean in Los Angeles County. Ras-A Studio completed Walk-Street House in the city of Hermosa Beach for the professional photographer, his wife and their son, who is a keen surfer. Comprising a series of stacked

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Flavin Architects adds “creative sanctuary” Modern Lantern Studio to Massachusetts home

May 18, 2020 Bridget Cogley 0
Modern Lantern Studio by Flavin Architects

Boston firm Flavin Architects has built a three-storey addition for a house in Massachusetts to offer space for a couple to write, garden and repair antique scooters. Modern Lantern Studio is a free-standing volume nestled into a hilly garden, at the site of an existing Dutch Colonial Revival home in the town of Wellesley. Flavin

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Six holiday havens on the Long Island beach town of Amagansett

May 17, 2020 Bridget Cogley 0
House in Amagansett by 1100 Architect

Long Island seaside town Amagansett has become a hotspot for New Yorker’s holiday homes. We’ve rounded up six retreats for welcoming warmer days. A two-hour drive from New York City, Amagansett is on the eastern end of Long Island in the Hamptons area. While not as famous as nearby Montauk, it is home to a

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Equipo de Arquitectura updates synagogue in Paraguay with board-marked concrete

May 14, 2020 Bridget Cogley 0
Synagogue at the Hebraic Union of Paraguay by Equipo de Arquitectura

Board-marked concrete and warm wood are contrasted in this synagogue in Asunción, Paraguay, which has been renovated by local studio Equipo de Arquitectura. Equipo de Arquitectura transformed an existing synagogue in the capital city for the Hebraic Union of Paraguay. The design preserves its perimeter walls and roof but concrete is applied to hide the original

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New York’s Poster House museum by LTL Architects contrasts “the rustic and the refined”

May 13, 2020 Bridget Cogley 0
Poster House by LTL Architects

New York studio LTL Architects has designed minimal grey interiors that contrast white neoclassical pillars for the USA’s first major museum dedicated to the history of posters. The museum, called Poster House, is on the ground floor of an existing 10-storey building near Madison Square Park on the border of the New York’s Chelsea neighbourhood.

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