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He Came in Like A Wrecking Ball
Trump's Grand Hyatt New York will be demolished, replaced with offices
Construction on the new building is expected to cost $3 billion. It will include 500 rooms for the luxury Grand Hyatt New York and state-of-the-art office space. Major transit upgrades could also come with the development, enhancing the pedestrian experience near Grand Central and offering better circulation and connectivity to the currently congested subway beneath it. A new entrance has also been discussed. No architect has been chosen for the design project yet, though the development team aims to announce one soon. When complete, the new structure will join a handful of other commercial office towers in the area that have popped up since the 2017 rezoning in Midtown East. Progress on One Vanderbilt by Kohn Pedersen Fox, Tower Fifth by Gensler and Adamson Associate Architects, and JP Morgan Chase’s 270 Park Avenue by Foster + Partners is already underway.
We’re in grand company on the corner of 42nd and Lexington ✨The Grand in our name stems from our unique connection to @grandcentralnyc, but our Midtown address also places us within easy walking distance to some of New York’s most iconic monuments, l… https://t.co/G3i256Nrqx pic.twitter.com/BCemQIB2KN— Grand Hyatt New York (@GrandHyattNYC) August 20, 2018
Once Upon A Time in Hollywood
Renzo Piano crowns the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures with a sweeping glass dome
Back in Motion
For its 250th anniversary, San Diego gets an update
A Local Visit
AN catches up with Diller Scofidio + Renfro
Invasion of The Supertalls
A new breed of skyscraper threatens to devastate the fabric of New York
Beyond Kengo Kuma
AN rounds up the hottest 2020 Summer Olympics venues in Tokyo
Outta my cubicle!
Divvy up office spaces with these highly adaptive modular systems
Flexible operable wall systems can create virtually endless configurations to divide space up for solo and group work.
Tek Vue Teknion
This wall panel system features thin-profile frames linked together by a single glass wall section. Tek Vue is offered with pivot or barn doors and accommodates different ceiling heights for placement nearly anywhere on a floor plan.
This translucent glass wall system is available with framed and frameless partitions, and can be positioned open, partially open, or closed to create various integrated work and gathering spaces. It can be combined with different hardware and architectural glass in a wide array of finishes, patterns, colors, and textures.
Pairing glazed glass panels with vertical wooden slats makes this sliding system warm to the touch. It can be customized with Lauldi’s range of handles as well as different wood and glass finishes.
This acoustically rated, glass and aluminum panel system divides space and absorbs sound simultaneously. The collection features three operable partition applications: automatic, motorized, and demountable.
This glass partition system is uitable for a range of applications, from conference rooms to closets, and features flexible components for custom configurations. Spazio is made in Italy and available for purchase in the United States at DOM Interiors.
L.A. Transforms Itself
Before the 2028 Olympics, L.A. embarks on its most transformative urban vision in a generation
Hudson Yards West
Related taps Foster + Partners for new neighborhood in Silicon Valley
East River Presence
Brooklyn waterfront office building features brick and glass curtain facades
The American Institute of Architects, San Francisco chapter (AIASF) has announced the award recipients of its 2019 AIASF Design Awards program. This year, the group is honoring projects located throughout the San Francisco Bay Area as well as in other parts of the country in architecture and interior design categories with special awards highlighting projects that excel in historic preservation, community infrastructure, urban transformation, and other areas.
Included in the list of winners this year are Aidlin Darling Design's In Situ restaurant at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Saint Mary's Student Chapel by Mark Cavagnero Associates, and the Rain installation in Washington, D.C., by Thurlow Small Architecture + NIO architecten, among many others.
The 2019 AIASF Design Awards program was juried in New York City in partnership with the AIA New York. The jury deciding the awards program includes Katherine Chia of Desai Chia Architecture, Stefan Knust of Ennead Architects, Jason Long of OMA, Susan T. Rodriguez, and Kim Yao of Architecture Research Office.
See below for a full list of winners:
ArchitectureHonor Monterey Conference Center Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Ridge House Mork Ulnes Architects
Roseland University Prep Aidlin Darling Design
Saint Mary's Student Chapel Mark Cavagnero Associates
The Amador Apartments jones | haydu
Tree House Aidlin Darling Design
Kua Bay Walker Warner Architects
SoMA Residence, Artist Gallery + Studio Dumican Mosey Architects
The O'Donohue Family Stanford Educational Farm CAW Architects
University of California, Merced, Pavilion at Little Lake Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Interior ArchitectureMerit In Situ Aidlin Darling Design
CitationConfidential Financial Services Firm Gensler
Studio Dental II Montalba Architects
El Pípila Schwartz and Architecture
Commendation for Historic PreservationLodge at the Presidio Architectural Resources Group
Commendation for Urban DesignHunters Point Shoreline envelope A+D
Commendation for Social ResponsibilityEl Pípila Schwartz and Architecture
Special Commendation for Commitment to Community Spaces901 Fairfax Avenue Paulett Taggart Architects + David Baker Architects
Special Commendation for Sustainable Community InfrastructureHalf Moon Bay Library Noll & Tam Architects
Special Commendation for Urban Infrastructure EnhancementRain Thurlow Small + NIO architecten Special Commendation for Urban Transformation 1100 Ocean Avenue Supportive Family and Transitional-Aged Youth Housing Herman Coliver Locus Architecture