55 HUDSON YARD NYC

architect: KPF

project manager Trent Tesch

http://therealdeal.com/blog/2014/11/18/related-could-pay-further-180m-for-right-to-build-55-hudson-yards-skyscraper/

 

Mixe used , NYC

architect: Trent Tesch 

ONE VANDERBILT,New-York

architect: KPF 

The New York City Council voted on Wednesday to approve plans for a developer to build a 63-story office tower just west of Grand Central Terminal in exchange for $220 million in transit upgrades. Plans for the skyscraper, called One Vanderbilt, have been at the center oflong-running negotiations to improve the bustling subway station at Grand Central, particularly on the overcrowded 4, 5 and 6 trains on the Lexington Avenue subway line .../...

www.nytimes.com

 

HUDSON YARD , New-York

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BOSTON HARBOR 

architect: KPF , nyc

Developer Donald J. Chiofaro is reviving his effort to build a pair of skyscrapers along Boston Harbor. The $1 billion plan calls for construction of an office building, an adjacent hotel and condominium tower that would redefine the downtown skyline.

http://www.multihousingnews.com/cities/boston/developer-unveils-1-billion-two-tower-redevelopment-project-for-boston-harbor-garage/1004104531.html

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ONE VANDERBILT : New 65 story tower near Grand Central to stand taller than the Chrysler Building.

It looks like the Chrysler Building is about to get a new neighbor. According to the New York Times, SL Green has reportedly proposed the development of a 1,200-foot, 65-story tower that would occupy the block between 42nd and 43rd Streets, and Vanderbilt and Madison Avenues. This proposal will have to undergo a review process as part of a new de Blasio administration plan to rezone an area of Vanderbilt Avenue for larger buildings.

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http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2014/09/18/new_renderings_revealed_for_megatower_one_vanderbilt.php

http://newyorkyimby.com/2014/06/new-details-released-for-one-vanderbilt.html

 

architect: KPF , nyc

HUDSON YARDS 

architecte: kpf

The design of Fifty Five Hudson Yards is defined by its indoor-outdoor spaces, SoHo and early modernism inspired exterior design, and exceptionally efficient interior space planning. The conceptual design of the building was a joint venture of A. Eugene Kohn of Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF) and Pritzker Prize-winning architect Kevin Roche; KPF served as the Design Architect.

One of the few office buildings in the entire city opening directly onto a park, the main lobby of Fifty Five Hudson Yards sits at the southwestern edge of the City’s new Hudson Park. With a unique buffer of green space, light and air around the building, Fifty Five Hudson Yards offers a welcoming arrival experience for building tenants and visitors. The architects built on the appeal of this great outdoor space by designing a dramatic outdoor terrace overlooking the park on the building’s tenth floor.  

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CANARY WHARF , LONDON

architect: KPF

 

SOMA SAN FRANCISCO

architect: KPF New-York

BOSTON

architect: KPF

MEXICO

architect: T.TRENT

 

 

 

HUDSON YARD NYC

architect: Alloy

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TOKYO 

architect: FxFowles

OFFICE & MUSEUM , GUINEA 

architect : Enia 

PENN STATION, NEW YORK 

 

architect: Som

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HUDSON YARDS , NEW YORK 

architect: Alloy 

SANGAM SEOUL

architect: Som 

SOM led the design and engineering team as part of Daewoo E&C Consortium’s successful developer bid for the DMC landmark tower in the Sangam area of Seoul.

Tower hight: 64o meters.

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HUDSON YARD   NYC

architect: Aro

SAN FRANCISCO 

architect: Kpf, nyc

 

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MIXE USED DEVELOPMENT RIYADH SAUDI ARABIA

architect: FxFowle

FXFOWLE was one of two finalists in a design competition for a mixed–use development in Riyadh. The design drew inspiration from the shape of Al Khozama, a flower unique to the Saudi Arabian Kingdom. The key program elements included a 450-room five-star hotel, a mosque, commercial office space, retail and restaurant venues, parking, and several indoor and outdoor public spaces. Set within the complex's courtyard and surrounded by a pool, the mosque was designed as a simple geometric form. Its exterior enclosure, made of alabaster engraved with Islamic patterns, diffused daylight to the interior, and at night, the mosque glowed like a jewel.

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INDIA TOWER 

architect: FxFowle

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DOHA  QATAR

architect: Hok

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DOHA 

architect: Hok

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