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  • prada2001

    the first of Rem KOOLHAAS’s U.S. Prada stores features his wooden wave which converts from shoe store to performance space. The seasonal wallpaper is provided by Michael Rock and 2×4.

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  • blue
    2007

    Bernard tschumi’s pixelated tower rises above the grit and monochromatic lower east side to create a pop in the skyline when approaching the city form the williamsburg bridge.

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  • storefront for art and architecture
    1982

    a gallery devoted to architecture with a pivoting facade design by Stephen holl and vito acconci.

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  • 497 greenwich st
    2004

    winka dubbeldam’s faceted facade spills down over this residential tower downtown.

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  • chrysler building
    1930

    New York’s elegant art deco monument from 1930 still holds its charm and beats most everything else that has come since in the skyline.

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  • lever house
    1952

    across form the Seagram building the lever house continued to explore the international style at the scale of the skyscraper. A revolutionary curtain wall the building set the standard for corporate skyscrapers in the u.s. The restaurant in the base was designed by marc newson.

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  • Korean Presbyterian Church
    1999

    greg LYNN’S first built project showcased early digital fabrication techniques and the application of his animate form ideas of the 90s.

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  • 41 cooper square
    2009

    morphosis’s building is the most contemporary building in the city. Plenty of grit without being menacing the building is a beautiful counterpoint to cooper’s foundation hall fro the 1850’s.

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  • 2007

    herzog and de meuron’s first new york project is a funhouse complete with mint mullions, graffiti wall, and plenty of textured interior surfaces.

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  • 100 11th ave
    2010

    jean nouvel’s tower sits next to gehry’s iac along the highline and presents a scale-like facade composed of 1700 unique windows.