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Roberta Freymann Flowers
I am loving Roberta Freymann 's new Summer 2010 advertisement that was shot by photographer Elizabeth Lipmann at Associated Cut Flowers in New York. The cute flower filled photo above is the [...] Read »
Key to the City
Sounds neat. Key to the City by Paul Ramírez Jonas A FREE public art project presented by Creative Time in cooperation with the City of New York. June 3 to 27, 2010 Get your Key in Times Square [...] Read »
This year, the manufacturer of these beautiful cuisines  Italian company Stosa expand its catalog of these 5 models. Typical for them is that all white. There are other colors, but the basic [...] Read »
May 6 2010 will forever be remembered as the day that Patrik Schumacher's Parametric Manifesto of 2008 was popularized for the masses by the Architect's Journal. The text begins like so: "In [...] Read »
CurbedWire: High Line's Latest Art Thing; Sales Update at LIC's View
MEPA/CHELSEA—Tonight marks the debut of the latest High Line art installation, Richard Galpin's Viewing Station. Take it away, High Line Blog: "A new interactive public art exhibit that offers [...] Read »
"I live in 184 Kent. The gym isn't open. The common areas aren't open. NONE of the amenities are open and are closed indefinitely. Just so all you future renters out there know. When it's done, it will be a... Read »
Eater Tastings: Mud Truck Returns; City Plans Centre Street Food Kiosks
This week's top dish from Eater, Curbed's restaurant, bar, and nightlife blog... [A look at new LES tiki bar Painkiller.] 1) East Village: The Mud Truck has returned to Astor Place, but another [...] Read »
Construction Watch: Shelter-to-Hotel Conversion Brightens Up Meatpacking District
Been some time since we checked in with construction at hotelier Vikram Chatwal's Dream Downtown Hotel at 346 West 17th Street, a former homeless shelter behind the swank Maritime Hotel (both [...] Read »
The Port Authority has big dreams of someday tearing down and redesigning LaGuardia airport. Port Authority execs have said for now there's no money for a redesign, but the Observer reports the [...] Read »
Three Cents Worth: Three Cents Worth: The Manhattan Black Thursday Keystroke
[This week, real estate appraiser, Curbed graph guru and podcaster extraordinaire Jonathan Miller samples some bad souvlaki.] Click to expand! The sudden 1,000 point fall in the Dow yesterday [...] Read »
Pisa by Ramei Keum
Real Estate Sold: LIC Luxury for Under $500 a Foot? It Just Happened!
Might the winds of change be wafting up over Newton Creek from Greenpoint into Long Island City? (That would explain the smell.) Yesterday we learned that Greenpoint's Pencil Factory has knocked [...] Read »
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Free Spirit Sphere by Tom Chudleigh
Here is an example of a truly beautiful and stylish interior, which is proposed by the Italian company with an impressive portfolio Diotti A & F. This room is modern, spacious and features an [...] Read »
Milky Star Coatrack by Pudelskern
Lisa Hilland
Solar City Tower for Rio Olympics 2016
Olympic Games are always a terrific occasion to flex the architectural muscles beyond your every-day-joe-schmo assignment. For the upcoming 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Swiss studio [...] Read »
The New Building for The New School
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Madrix (Cut and Paste Tokyo 2009 Theme:Natural selection) from Bonsajo on Vimeo. content by anArchitecture [[ This is a content summary only. Visit for content. ]] Read »
When this studio at 14 East 64th Street last came on the market, it was asking $1.1 million and had a bed that descended halfway from the ceiling. It's back, with the same ceiling bed and Ivana [...] Read »
Gentrification Watch: At Long Last, the Artists Are Arriving in East Harlem
Lately, East Harlem's march toward gentrification has been more of a stroll. Neighborhood development deflated due to financing troubles, hipsters fled to the UES, and the much-anticipated East [...] Read »
Crain's has the location of celebrity chef (& Harlem resident) Marcus Samuelsson's new uptown restaurant: 310 Lenox Avenue, between 125th and 126th Street. Yep, that's right near Emmitt Smith's [...] Read »
from Inhabit
5 Devices That Help You Save Energy
By now you may have taken a look at our list of 5 energy-saving smartphone apps and wondered, What if I dont have a smartphone? Dont worrywe still have you covered. Read on for a list of [...] Read »
Development Update-o-Rama: Battery Park City's Riverhouse Cleans House, Sells Apartments
Click the image above to view the full photogallery. The breeze off the river stirred up some trouble earlier this year at Riverhouse, the green-minded luxury condo that pulled in Leonardo DiCaprio [...] Read »
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Week in Review: 15 Central Park West's Ugly FSBO; Olsen Twins Try Selling Again
Click the image above to view the full photogallery. This week's top stories: 15 Central Park West's Ugliest Apartment Goes FSBO, Olsen Twins Trying to Sell Again at One Morton Square, Minetta [...] Read »
Montara House by Anderson Anderson Architecture
This modern apartment situated on 220 square meters area for children includes 3 bedrooms, one large bedroom, large living room with fireplace and piano, kitchen, bathroom and modern kitchen. [...] Read »
Orchard House by Anderson Anderson Architecture
Green Prefab Home Planned for NYC
New World Home brings modular technology and sustainability to traditional home design, and, as far as traditional is concerned, these homes are quite nice. So when you think about it, the collaboration [...] Read »
Studio Banana TV interviews Carlos Ferrater and Patrick Genard as they discuss the Mediapro tower in Barcelona. Also check out a bit of architecture and comedy, Bill Murray reading to construction [...] Read »
Linkage: Workers Seen at Rat-Squirrel House; BPC Mortgage Freeze Over
[A Lower East Sider's view of DoBro, via Curbed Photo Pool/Joel Raskin] · No residential rezoning, but a new rental's going up in Red Hook ['Stoner] · Workers checking to see if the rat-squirrel [...] Read »
Street Art: Shepard Fairey Doubles Down on the Bowery, for Now
Click the image above to view the full photogallery. Despite protestations from maxi-muralist Shepard Fairey that his big wall work on the Bowery at Houston Street is art and not some dreaded [...] Read »
Kips Bay Decorator Showhouse Pop Up Shop
If you haven't spent all your money at Design on a Dime, then I suggest you hit the Kips Bay Decorator Showhouse Pop Up Shop . As you may know, the Kips Bay Decorator Showhouse has been postponed [...] Read »
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With a little over a week to go in Italy, instead of soaking up every last minute of our time here, we are all scrambling to produce a project for reviews on tuesday (or wednesday?&..shit.) Concurrently, [...] Read »
Modern Office Furniture Design
Meier Model Museum
About a block from the East River and the Pepsi sign in Long Island City is the Richard Meier Model Museum. Its presence is subtly discerned by a sign rendered in the familiar typographics and [...] Read »
Viewing Tower by Ateliereen Architecten
Dutch architects Ateliereen Architecten have completed a 25 metre tall viewing tower at an outdoor sports park in Reusel, the Netherlands. The structure comprises six boxes resting on a steel, [...] Read »
curbed marketplace: Sunday Open House Roundup
Time for this week's open house roundup from your friends at Curbed Marketplace. More where this came from in our Open House Calendars. And a reminder: sales listings are only $25 this month. [...] Read »
The Sagaponac House by Richard Meier
Perhaps appropriately proceeding Kais parametrics blog post, I came across Sukkah City:NYC 2010In an attempt to jump start culture and creative thing, Reboot is organizing Sukkah City:NYC 2010 [...] Read »
New Pieces from Kenneth Cobonpue
Haunting Ben Franklin's House
Denise Scott Brown is not happy. The National Park Service wants to alter her and Robert Venturi's museum at the Franklin Memorial, adjacent their iconic Ghost House. She'll admit the place needs [...] Read »
Industrial Wood Light Bulb
Garden Shed with Green Roof by SHED Architecture & Design
from Inhabit
Project FROG’s Zero Energy Modular Classrooms
Bay area startup Project FROG has been busy schooling teachers and kids in the art of sustainable design via their eco-friendly modular classrooms. Given a two million dollar budget, the company [...] Read »
Great picture of contemporary worship from North Point Media; came across it at Stuff Christians Like. Read »
From Crains Cleveland. After Fongs departure KSU CAED (how about that slew of acronyms?) has decided to slide away from a theoretical base (briefly offered by Fong) to continue the tradition [...] Read »
Kent State University has chosen a local architect to head its College of Architecture and Design. Douglas Steidl will become the new dean of the college July 1. He replaces James Dalton, who [...] Read »
The long-awaited Limelight Marketplace in the former Chelsea nightclub/church space is open, and Racked took a walk through. Verdict? It works, thanks to its creative use of the space—including [...] Read »
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from Inhabit
Read the rest of Colorados State Capitol is the First and Only LEED Certified One in U.S.http://www.inhabita min/options-general.php ?page=better_feedptions -general.php?page=bette r_feed [...] Read »
Recreation of Daylight by Daniel Rybakken
City & Urbanism
Sustainability and Social Context
"In nature, organisms and species coexist in an ecosystem, where each species has its own place or niche in the system. The environment contains a limited number and amount of resources, and [...] Read »