Posts Tagged: "new york"

Herzog & De Meuron’s 56 Leonard New York City Jenga Tower

Herzog & De Meuron is a company from Switzerland that finished the Jenga Tower in New York. This 60 story building called 56 Leonard is one the most interesting building design this city has seen in years. It consists of 145 homes stacked one on another, available for residents from last year. The tower seamlessly integrated with …

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The Mask House | By WOJR

The Mask House is a mysterious sanctuary located in a woodland area in Idaho, NY. It was made as a refuge for a man who lost his younger brother in a lake that the house overlooks. The house was designed by WOJR and together with a dark-clad exterior it’s “a place of separation and protection that …

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Delaware River Valley’s Milk Barn

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Located just two and a half hours from New York City and nestled in Delaware River Valley, the Milk Barn is a perfect weekend getaway. It was first built back in 1873 but was later renovated for over a period of thirty years. Finally, in the mid-nineties, it got the looks it has today. The barn was …

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One:Night | A Hotel App For Spontaneous Adventurers

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We’re sure that all of you have all been struck with a feeling of Wanderlust before. Simply the feeling of packing up and heading out. No definite plans, simply a call for adventure. Well, if you are the spontaneous type personality, then the One:Night App is just for you! Designed and built by The Standard, …

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Studio Padron Cabin | Minimalistic Reading Cabin In Upstate New York

Studio Padron Architects created a tiny cabin in the woods, designed to be a small library and a guest house. The cabin is located in upstate New York and was built near the main vacation home. This black one-room cabin is very cozy, perfect for taking a break, reading and relaxing. It was built using oak trees …

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Humans of New York: Stories

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You might know about Humans of New York from social media. The project first started in 2010 when a photographer Brandon Stanton had this amazing idea. He used his camera to take photos of people he stumbled upon in New York. Realizing he got some interesting stories from people, he soon started a blog and wrote it all down. Humans of New …

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Breaking Bad Coffee Shop In Brooklyn

Here’s some great news for all visiting or living in Brooklyn. There will be a Breaking Bad– inspired coffee shop opening in the neighborhood this summer. Walter’s Coffee Roastery was first opened in Istanbul and it’s the first coffee laboratory that specializes in daily roasted coffee. This coffee shop will be located at a 2,100-square-foot location at …

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60 Water | Brooklyn Apartment Building With Stunning Rooftop Garden

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Right next to the Brooklyn bridge, at 60 Water Street in Dumbo neighbourhood, stands an amazing 17-storey apartment building. What’s different about it is the eco-friendly approach incorporated into the design- a stunning 6,000 square foot roof garden. This Two Trees’ rental building is designed by Ismael Levya and Leeser Architects and the rooftop by James Corner Field Operations. …

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Discover the 14 Best Kept Secrets of New York City

One of the most beautiful cities in the world and certainly one that many of us wish to visit is best known for Times Square, Manhattan, Fifth Avenue, the Statue of Liberty, Central Park. But did you know that there are also so many beautiful and interesting places in New York that are well hidden …

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ALEX BIRKENSTOCK’S PENTHOUSE IN NEW YORK CITY

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Over the past year, we have featured quite a few breathtaking houses that have achieved almost iconic status. So, why not add another gem to the collection? And this one is a real gem – located in New York City and owned by Alex Birkenstock, the heir to the multi-billion-dollar Birkenstock footwear fortune, this penthouse …

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