Foster + Partners, the architectural firm run by Norman Foster, was chosen to design the first full- block office tower on Manhattan’s Park Avenue to be built in almost 50 years, the developers said today.
The latest design for the $210 million Whitney Museum of American Art looks like a top-heavy container ship run aground in Manhattan’s Chelsea district.
“For people who have seen everything, this is something you haven’t seen yet,” billionaire Len Blavatnik told 150 dinner guests in Miami last week during the largest U.S. art fair.
A dense white grid made up of 27,000 elements has just gone up in London’s Hyde Park: It’s the Serpentine Gallery’s 2013 summer pavilion, designed by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto.
Rem Koolhaas has watched many a building project fall through in the course of his career. One he’d hate to see die is the construction of Europe.
A Cambridge University science laboratory last night won the U.K.’s top architecture award, the RIBA Stirling Prize, beating projects by Rem Koolhaas and the London 2012 Olympic Stadium.
Gil Dezer, a Miami-area developer, five years ago had 850 unsold condominiums on his hands and almost $500 million in loans coming due as credit markets froze and buyers disappeared.
Hong Kong’s $2.8 billion plan for an arts hub in West Kowloon may cement the area’s status as a luxury neighborhood to rival high-end established suburbs across Victoria Harbour.
Look through the monumental bay windows (there are three) and you can see most of Manhattan from high up on the 76th floor.