Rodman Paul Architects renovates Bay Walk bungalow in Fire Island Pines

March 21, 2019 Dan Howarth 0
Bay Walk by Rodman Paul Architects

Rodman Paul Architects has overhauled a single-storey home on New York’s Fire Island, opening up views from the living space to the swimming pool and bay beyond. The property is located at 248 Bay Walk in Fire Island Pines – one of several communities dotted along the barrier island, which is accessible from the city

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Rodman Paul Architects renovates Bay Walk bungalow in Fire Island Pines

March 21, 2019 Dan Howarth 0
Bay Walk by Rodman Paul Architects

Rodman Paul Architects has overhauled a single-storey home on New York’s Fire Island, opening up views from the living space to the swimming pool and bay beyond. The property is located at 248 Bay Walk in Fire Island Pines – one of several communities dotted along the barrier island, which is accessible from the city

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McDonald’s HQ in Chicago includes Hamburger University for new recruits

March 20, 2019 Dan Howarth 0
McDonald's Headquarters by IA Interior Architects and Studio O+A

Fast-food company McDonald’s has moved into a new headquarters in Chicago, where employees have access to a multitude of workspaces and new hires are enrolled in a collegiate experience. When McDonald’s made the decision to transplant from it home of 47 years in Oak Brook to a nine-storey building in the West Loop, the company

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Five hotels and guest houses in Tulum for escaping to the jungle and beach

March 18, 2019 Dan Howarth 0
Hotel Jungle Keva by Jaque Studio

Mexican town Tulum has transformed from a sleepy hippie community to a lively tourist destination in a few short years. We’ve selected five design-focused accommodation options in the tropical forest and along the turquoise waters of the Riviera Maya resort. Jungle Keva Palm leaf-lined ceilings meet wooden fixtures and furnishings inside the “small village” of

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Heatherwick’s Vessel at Hudson Yards opens to the public

March 15, 2019 Dan Howarth 0
Vessel by Heatherwick Studio

Visitors can now scale British designer Thomas Heatherwick’s giant honeycomb-like sculpture at New York’s Hudson Yards, which has opened along with the other public spaces at the vast West Side development. Temporarily known as Vessel, the Heatherwick Studio-designed structure is welcoming the first visitors with timed free tickets to climb its 154 staircases from 12pm,

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Snark Park provides Snarkitecture with permanent exhibition space at Hudson Yards

March 15, 2019 Dan Howarth 0
Snark Park by Snarkitecture

New York studio Snarkitecture has taken over a space at Hudson Yards to allow the public to explore its experiments, including the inaugural installation comprising a landscape of cork-clad columns. Snark Park sits on the second floor of The Shops and Restaurants at Hudson Yards, the retail and entertainment complex opening to the public at

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Dezeen’s guide to Hudson Yards phase one in New York

March 14, 2019 Dan Howarth 0
Hudson Yards in New York City

New York City’s Hudson Yards neighbourhood is finally opening to the public, so we’ve put together a guide to the skyscrapers, public spaces and attractions that make up the mega development’s first phase. Officially welcoming visitors from 12pm on 15 March 2019, the opening marks a significant milestone for developer Related’s ambitious project – built

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Casa Perfect New York gallery includes David Chipperfield staircase

March 11, 2019 Dan Howarth 0
Casa Perfect by The Future Perfect

Design gallery The Future Perfect has opened an exhibition space inside a townhouse in New York’s West Village, filled with collectible homeware and featuring a wooden staircase designed by David Chipperfield. The five-storey residence provides a home for Casa Perfect New York – an appointment-only gallery that follows a similar concept that The Future Perfect

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The Midtown Viaduct offers pedestrian link between NYC’s Hudson Yards and Penn Station

March 8, 2019 Dan Howarth 0
Midtown Viaduct by DXA Studio

New York firm DXA Studio has designed a conceptual bridge that would connect the city’s new Hudson Yards neighbourhood with the Moynihan Train Hall extension to Penn Station above the streets. Dubbed The Midtown Viaduct, the complex steel structure would branch from the northern portion of the High Line elevated park, and connect to nearby

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Hoops photography exhibition shows basketball’s universal appeal

March 7, 2019 Dan Howarth 0
Hoops photography exhibition at National Building Museum

Scenic, improvised and dilapidated basketball courts around the world are documented in these photographs by Bill Bamberger, which form an exhibition at Washington DC’s National Building Museum. Titled Hoops, the exhibit proves that anywhere can be turned into a basketball practice space by simply mounting a backboard and a hoop onto an elevated vertical surface.

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