Posts Tagged ‘New York’

‘Wichcraft restaurant by Mapos, New York – USA

October 16th, 2017

Shortly after the Tribeca Opening, ’wichcraft asked Mapos to apply their new concept to a flagship location in New York’s historic Garment District on 38th Street and Broadway.

Public exhibition by Ai Weiwei, New York

October 13th, 2017

Presented by Public Art Fund and developed in close collaboration with its curatorial team, the exhibition features a range of components at varying scales, intended to spread a political message across the boroughs of New York City.

Prototype micro home by Bureau V, Brooklyn – New York

October 11th, 2017

The second iteration of MINI Living’s Urban Cabin project is installed in the courtyard at creative venue A/D/O in Greenpoint. Created as a model for a tiny living space, the timber structure is designed to house up to two people, and to be added to in various ways by different designers and architects around the world.

Maison Kitsuné store by Mathieu Lehanneur, New York

September 22nd, 2017

The shop façade, along with the interior design, has been created by French designer Mathieu Lehanneur, and beautifully matches the building’s architectural style.

Nike New York Headquarters by WSDIA, New York – USA

August 18th, 2017


The six floor 150,000 square foot space includes a massive indoor basketball court, varied workspaces, a hand-tagged food truck, VIP and workout spaces, a Nike heritage inspired VW van, and a 90-foot long sedum planted Swoosh on the rooftop terrace.

Prodigious office by M Moser Associates at Industry City, Brooklyn – New York

June 28th, 2017

We wanted to celebrate being in Industry City by keeping the exposed columns – with blemishes and writing – on the original structure, while updating the space in ways that fit our client’s modern image.

Public Hotel, New York

June 22nd, 2017

The format aims to capture luxury in a contemporary way, replacing the usual frills and perks with unique experiences, an above average personalized service, settings that inspire rather than being marveled at.

Sight Unseen Offsite exhibition, New York

May 20th, 2017

The show will encompass a series of smaller exhibitions at the venue, including work created by five pairs of New York and Norwegian designers and a curated selection of designs by emerging talents.

Emerson Resort and Spa by CAMA, Mount Tremper – New York

May 11th, 2017

The inspirations for the renovation were Ralph Waldo Emerson’s romantic ideology of nature and the beauty of the surrounding landscape. CAMA combined these inspirations with biophilic principles, which strives to design interiors that reconnect people back to the natural environment they originally evolved in.

Gatsby’s Landing restaurant by Salt Design, Roslyn – New York

April 25th, 2017

Rich navy walls throughout the restaurant compliment warm leather seating and are accented by new brass and glass light fixtures.

Michael Kors Spring 2017 windows, New York

April 21st, 2017

The walls are made of Plexiglas and each flower was applied by hand. Our aim was to vary both the depth and scale of the individual blooms in order to create an effect like that of an actual field of flowers.

Sculpture installation by Adrián Villar Rojas on the roof of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

April 18th, 2017

Most of the installation revolves around a series of all-white dining tables, arranged in diagonal lines across the museum’s Iris and B Gerald Cantor Roof Garden – which boasts panoramic views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline.

Hermès window displays by Fotis Evans, New York

April 1st, 2017

Evans uses sculptural furniture to fabricate an alternate reality that mirrors the city streets outside, featuring architectural volumes constructed and cut out from aged and stained materials such as bricks, concrete, brass beams, rusted steel and blackened iron.

Novelty store by Anagrama, New York

March 11th, 2017

In our treatment for the space, pink tones and height fluctuations along geometrical shapes compose a new style for the brand’s interior design. With the use of various materials including metallic laminant and marble we were able to converse a fluency and depth feeling on to the physical space.

Carl Hansen & Son showroom, New York

February 7th, 2017

The 7,659-square-foot (703-square-metre) floor plate is naturally divided into different areas by the building’s structural grid, which the team used to delineate separating black-framed glass walls and doors. These glazed partitions create rooms within the otherwise open plan, but allow the natural light entering from two sides to permeate.

Vivienne Westwood Flagship by Fortebis Group, New York

January 27th, 2017


Much attention was put on the architectural and furniture details that made the difference. Indeed the development of furniture was scrupulously studied with the client and the millworkers so to have the requested feeling of industrial raw simplicity.

Tech startup incubator by Rafael de Cárdenas, New York

January 26th, 2017

Architecture at Large overhauled the building’s five storeys to house offices of various sizes, able to accommodate small startups in executive pods, four-person private spaces, and open offices.

Arlo Hotel by Avroko, New York

January 19th, 2017

The hotel features 250 designed rooms in six different categories, but similarly designed in a Mid-Century Modern aesthetic. Although slightly vary in size, these pads all share a clever configuration, beautiful design, and last but not least, a nifty range of amenities that savvy urban travelleres can’t do without, including free wifi, a 42-inch led television, and a glass-enclosed rain shower.

The New Stand store by UM Project, New York

January 5th, 2017

The brand – which claims to blur the line between physical store and media company – hopes to subvert convenience-store conventions by creating flexible retail interventions that bridge interior design, fixtures and furniture.

UpSide Craft restaurant by Input Creative Studio, New York – USA

December 31st, 2016

Reclaimed wood continues onto the white pegboard ceiling, exhibiting the use of familiar materials used in unconventional ways. Yellow accents have been incorporated to break up the natural tones and provide punch to the light fixtures and furniture.