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Key Urban Landscape Architecture in NYC, USA: Key Designs of Parks, Squares, Gardens, Plazas

Jul 6, 2016

New York Public Realm Architecture

Major Urban Landscape in Manhattan

images of Manhattan urban realm designs from 24 Jun – 2 Jul 2016 © Adrian Welch:

Paley Park, off Fifth Avenue, Midtown – delightful pocket park:
Paley Park New York Public Realm
Paley Park is a pocket park located at 3 East 53rd Street between Madison and Fifth Avenues in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, on the former site of the Stork Club. Designed by the landscape architectural firm of Zion Breen Richardson Associates, it opened May 23, 1967. Paley Park is often cited as one of the finest urban spaces in the United States.

Avenue of the Americas pool W 50th St, a welcome public space in this canyon of office high-rises:
Avenue of the Americas pool W 50th St - New York Public Realm
1251 Avenue of the Americas, formerly known as the Exxon Building, is a skyscraper on Sixth Avenue (also known as Avenue of the Americas), between 49th and 50th Streets, in Manhattan, New York City. It is owned by Mitsui Fudosan. The structure is built in the international style and looks like a simple cuboid devoid of any ornamentation.

Rockefeller plaza dining:
Rockefeller New York plaza dining
Rockefeller Plaza is a pedestrian street running through the complex, parallel to Fifth and Sixth avenues. This street was also part of the original plans for the Metropolitan Opera, and Benjamin Morris originally intended for the road to stretch from 42nd to 59th streets. Only the 720-foot (220 m) section between 48th and 51st streets was built, and the road was open in its entirety by 1937.

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Pier 40 Hudson River Apartments
Design: DFA
Pier 40 Hudson River Apartments New York City design
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Pier 40 Building
Following an analysis of the zoning and state of existing piles, DFA identified areas that are fit for supporting clusters of program influenced by the Pier’s predominant recreational use and addressing a city-wide need for affordable housing.

Bubble Shade
Design: Valerie Schweitzer Architects
Bubble Shade
image © Valerie Schweitzer
NYC Parks Bubble Shade
Exploiting the tensile properties of metal and fabric, the pods are made of three sizes of welded metal rings that create a skeleton for the fabric. The fabric is then clipped onto metal grommets as seen in the shop drawings. The tensile super structure will be welded together at the site or in spherical quadrants in the shop and delivered for final assembly.

130 William, Lower Manhattan
Design: Adjaye Associates
130 William Skyscraper in Manhattan
image : Binyan
130 William Manhattan Skyscraper Building
130 William is designed by visionary architect Sir David Adjaye. It is his first skyscraper, as well as his first high-rise tower in New York City.

Casa Celina, The Justice Sonia Sotomayor Houses, Soundview, The Bronx, NYC
Architect: Magnusson Architecture + Planning
Casa Celina, Affordable Senior Housing in the Bronx, NY
render courtesy of Magnusson Architecture + Planning
Affordable Senior Housing in the Bronx

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