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  • 111 Varick by S9 Architecture

    111 Varick by S9 Architecture

    111 Varick, the new residential tower designed by S9 Architecture, is expected to welcome its first residents before the end of the year. Located in Hudson Square on the western edge of SoHo, 111 Varick provides residents with a robust amenities and services package including an expansive landscaped rooftop terrace with barbecue, open-air movie theater, […] More

  • Here’s How Living In The Famous New York Flatiron Building Looks

    Oda New York designed this stunning apartment located in the Flatiron building in New York City. The apartment located in New York City‘s landmark Flatiron building is a mix of cozy and modern shaping a comfortable yet luxurious living space. The interior design team also worked hard on selecting iconic design pieces to furnish the […] More

  • Residences at 40 Bleecker by Ryan Korban

    Discover the first residential building designed by celeb-go-to interior designer Ryan Korban in NoHo’s highly-anticipated 40 Bleecker project. Korban has furnished the first two completed residences in the 12-story building with pieces exclusively from his debut furniture collection with EJ Victor, KORBAN. These residences also act as Ryan Korban’s exclusive New York showroom, creating a […] More

  • The Smile by BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group

    Copenhagen-founded firm BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group designed The Smile, a stunning new residential project in Harlem, NYC. Take a look at the complete story after the jump. More

  • 300 West by Issac & Stern Architects

    300 West by Issac & Stern Architects

    Issac & Stern Architects have designed  300 West, a highly-anticipated new luxury condominium project in Harlem, NYC. The boutique building offers a collection of elegant and meticulously designed residences, as well as the neighborhood’s most robust club-style amenities package that caters to residents of all ages. Take a look at the complete story after the […] More

  • Planning a Bus Tour of Brooklyn's Architectural Tradition

    Planning a Bus Tour of Brooklyn’s Architectural Tradition

    A visit to one of the liveliest cities in the world, New York, is incomplete without its journey of travelling to the iconic Brooklyn, which has now become an architectural sensation of its own. With different architectural styles that emphasizes on a particular aspect, it is astonishing to see that this cocktail of religion, style, […] More

  • Take A Tour of This Stunning NYC Townhouse by Décor Aid

    Discover this modern, opulent, and colourful townhouse designed for a young family of three. The project was a redesign commission coming from an award-winning interior design practice Décor Aid. The stunning townhouse is located in New York City, the design team shared with us: Redesigning your home to fit bold modern art can be a […] More

  • Take a Look Inside Waterline Square's Starchitect-Designed Luxury Rental Residences

    Take a Look Inside Waterline Square’s Starchitect-Designed Luxury Rental Residences

    Take an exclusive first look inside the stunning luxury, starchitect-designed rental residences at Waterline Square, the three-tower luxury residential development on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. The residences feature beautiful interiors by celebrated designers Champalimaud Design, Yabu Pushelberg and Groves & Co. complemented by architecture from Rafael Viñoly Architects, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates and Richard Meier […] More

  • Discover Rockefeller Group’s first Manhattan residential tower, Rose Hill

    Discover Rockefeller Group’s first Manhattan residential tower, Rose Hill

    New York-based design firm CetraRuddy designed Rose Hill, one of the most anticipated new residential developments in Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood. Rising over 600 feet and located at 30 East 29th Street between Madison and Park Avenues, Rose Hill draws a direct connection to Rockefeller Center with its heavy prewar, Art Deco influence and will be […] More

  • Cocoon House by nea studio

    Cocoon House by nea studio

    Eco-friendly architecture studio, nea studio, designed the Cocoon House in Long Island, NY. The LEED-certified house is called Cocoon because its round walls form a Cocoon shape towards the northern and western neighbors. Discover more after the jump. More

  • Discover Madison House by Handel Architects, with Striking Interiors by Gachot Studios

    Discover Madison House by Handel Architects & Gachot Studios

    Madison House, the highly anticipated residential tower in NoMad, sets a new standard for residential living with striking interiors designed by Gachot Studios and inspired architecture by Handel Architects. Each of the 199 modern residences at Madison House features open and airy floor plans, corner windows, 11-foot ceilings, 9-foot doors, and luxurious unobstructed views of […] More

  • Bellport House by Toshihiro Oki Architect

    Toshihiro Oki Architect  designed this modern weekend  residence located in Bellport, New York, United States, in 2016.  Envisioned as a social platform for the owner, his family and  friends, the home boasts an open floor plan, while sliding glass doors blur the lines between interior and exterior. The house is surrounded by a beautiful wild […] More

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