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The Hayes Theater Interior Design
  • Posted by: John
  • Category: Architects, General Construction, Green Building, House Renovation

Produced in 1912 to feel like a salon, using 299 seats and windows in the rear, the Hayes Theater is also, following enlargements, nevertheless the tiniest broadway home at roughly 600 seats. What drives David Rockwell about theater, he states, is the capacity to allow storytelling through design. An endeavor he along with his eponymous…

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Montauk House – Architectural Design in Long Island New York
  • Posted by: John
  • Category: Architects, House Renovation, Uncategorized

Drive down most streets in Montauk–the coastal hamlet in the southern tip of Long Island–and you will discover simple fishermen’s cottages alternating with intricate structures that function as second homes for New York’s upper crust. New home by Robert Young Architects is situated on one such street, but its layout deftly straddles a delicate balance…

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Yorkville gets a New Tower Design
  • Posted by: John
  • Category: General Construction, Green Building, House Renovation, Uncategorized

Deborah Berke Partners has designed a 29-unit condominium with brick and cast-stone cladding at 40 East End Avenue from the Yorkville area of Manhattan. CreditRendering from Binyan Studios After Mitchell C. Hochberg, the president of the real estate firm Lightstone, wanted an architect to design a brand new tower only a couple of blocks from…

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Roosevelt Island gets an Architectural Boost from Cornell Tech
  • Posted by: John
  • Category: Architects, General Construction, Uncategorized

The idea for what would eventually become Cornell Tech–that the brand new tech-focused graduate faculty on New York’s Roosevelt Island– have been born during the previous downturn. Former mayor Michael Bloomberg was supporting the drive to accelerate the increase of the town’s tech industry and make the economy less reliant on Wall Street and the…

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Building Integrated Shading
  • Posted by: John
  • Category: Architects, General Construction, Uncategorized

From now solar radiation strikes an inside blind, the struggle to conserve energy was lost. The excellent benefit of exterior shading devices is they block outside the heat, before it may penetrate the building envelope. Based on their design, they are also able to boost daylighting by reducing glare and rebounding indirect lighting deep into…

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Lighting is Replacing past Architectural Design Elements: The Mall Past and Present
  • Posted by: John
  • Category: General Construction, Green Building, House Renovation

The first American malls did not provide much in the manner of natural light; the huge selling points were lots of free parking and air conditioning during, and mild light only made it more challenging to keep things fresh and cool. It is painfully the case regarding shopping malls. Take, by way of instance, Galleria…

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Architecture and Virtualization
  • Posted by: John
  • Category: Architects, General Construction, Green Building, Uncategorized

Virtual reality and virtualization approaches in this day and age appear to be crucial and an essential part of the architectural toolbox. Architects and building supervisors alike observe this technology changing how the creative process moves forward. Expensive and clunky, VR, whose purpose would be producing an immersive spatial encounter from information, never gained a…

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