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121st Police Precinct Station House in New York, United States

August 22, 2010 Filed Under: Goverment, Public Buildings
121st Police Precinct Station House in New York, United States

Designed by Rafael Vinoly Architects PC, 121st Police Precinct Station House is located in New York, United States. Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg joined New York Police Department Commissioner Ray W. Kelly, Department of Design and Construction Commissioner David J. Burney FAIA along with Staten Island elected officials on Thursday to celebrate the groundbreaking of Rafael Viñoly Architects 121st Police... 

Signal Box in Masterton, New Zealand

July 26, 2010 Filed Under: Stations, Urban Design
Signal Box in Masterton, New Zealand

The Signal Box designed by Melling:Morse Architects is located in Masterton, New Zealand. Across a line of trees, a railway line and a stretching station platform – inside the boundary, the cranked arm of a signal spotting the train (stop/go, red/green), a willfully stretching metaphor.

Trinity School Enrichment Center in Menlo Park, United States

March 12, 2011 Filed Under: Education, Public Buildings
Trinity School Enrichment Center in Menlo Park, United States

The Trinity School Enrichment Center designed by Mark Cavagnero Associates is located in Menlo Park, United States. Beyond providing much-desired program space, the project provides two covered terraces that knit the addition into the existing campus. The terraces and a monumental stair create a new formal gathering space for the community of students and teachers that spend their days on the campus.... 

One Madison Park in New York, United States

June 25, 2011 Filed Under: Apartment, Residential
One Madison Park in New York, United States

Designed by CetraRuddy, One Madison Park is located in New York, United States. Cantilevered from the main shaft, the pods enabled construction to begin on the main tower before the full site was available. These cube-like forms extend the tower’s 2,700 sq ft floor plate to 3,300 sq ft and allow for varied apartment units, some with terraces. OMP features open, loft-like layouts with floor-to-ceiling... 

Grand Rapids Art Museum by wHY Architecture, United States

October 17, 2009 Filed Under: Cultural, Public Buildings
 Grand Rapids Art Museum by wHY Architecture, United States

The Grand Rapids Art Museum was designed by wHY Architecture is located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States. Grand Rapids Art Museum, best known for its collection of 19th century American and 20th and paintings and European sculpture, opened its doors in October for a  building $ 75million. The basic setup of Michigan, who is touted as “the first and only art museum in the world that is...