January 24, 2019

New in New York: 10 Recent Design Projects in the Big Apple

The newest office, eatery, and urban escape designs to land in New York City.

1. Claus Porto’s SoHo Store by Tacklebox Architecture

For the New York store for Claus Porto, the Portuguese soap and fragrance company, Tacklebox Architecture fashioned a cork display archway that’s 42 feet long.

2. An Urban Rooftop Refuge in Midtown by BHDM Design

The indoor space flows outside through floor-to-ceiling glass doors, where ivy covers the walls and mirrored arches reflect the city skyline. 

3. 21st Century Fox’s Marquee-Worthy Office by Gensler

Cedar, white oak, and blackened steel define a break-out area at the 21st Century Fox headquarters in New York by Gensler.

4. Sonic Union’s Manhattan Office by Revamp

A communal space past reception gathers West Elm chairs, Blu Dot poufs, and a Flor rug that complements the faceted custom wall cladding.

5. New Practice Studio‘s Noodle-Inspired East Village Eatery

At Hunan Slurp in the East Village by New Practice Studio, an installation of 96 oak-veneered slats represents noodles. 

6. Float Studio Focuses on Versatility for a SoHo Test Kitchen

For The Commons, a SoHo test kitchen and event space for Tasting Table, Giacoman has created a space that provides that sense of refuge. 

7. Storefront for Art and Architecture by Abruzzo Bodziak Architects

Promoting discourse about the built environment is the mission of the nonprofit Storefront for Art and Architecture, which launched the New York Architecture Book Fair to bring designers and readers together.

8. A Contemporary Office for Nixon Peabody by Perkins + Will

For the company’s New York office, the firm looked to cultivate collaboration and transparency while speaking to its location. 

9. Insurance Company Argo Group’s New York Office by TPG Architecture

TPG Architecture’s new New York branch is airy and modular, with an emphasis on collaborative areas.

10. Brooklyn’s Stumptown Cáfe by Jessica Helgerson

Jessica Helgerson Interior Design re-envisions an 1860’s former firehouse in leafy Cobble Hill.

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