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  • Bjarke Ingles' pyramid building on West 57th Street

    Bjarke Ingels’ pyramid building on West 57th Street

    Starchitect and comic book fan Bjarke Ingels’ West 57th Street pyramid is starting to shape up. [more]

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  • Bjarke Ingels’ NYC blitz

    July 09, 2014 10:30AM
    From left: Bjarke Ingels and a rendering of the pyramid building on West 57th Street

    From left: Bjarke Ingels and a rendering of the pyramid building on West 57th Street

    From the July issue: What if power-broker Robert Moses and urban activist Jane Jacobs had a love child? What if they could have come together to create an immense infrastructure project, which integrated the community’s input into its design? [more]

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    Bjarke Ingels and 61 Broadway

    Danish architect Bjarke Ingels is relocating his firm BIG, also known as Bjarke Ingels Group, to RXR Realty’s 61 Broadway from its current offices at the Starrett-Lehigh Building.

    The Denmark-based firm plans to leave Starrett-Lehigh, also owned by RXR, in January. It will occupy 22,000 square feet at the 786,000-square-foot office building in the Financial District. [more]

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  • From left:

    From left: Betram Beissel, Paul Whalen and John Cetra

    In a panel discussion held at The Real Deal and Luxury Listings NYC’s New Development Showcase, top architects engaged in a wide-ranging discussion on the state of the industry. Click here to see the video.

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    From left: Betram Beissel, Paul Whalen, Gene Kaufman, John Cetra and Bjarke Ingels

    The amount of non-union labor used to develop buildings in New York City is expected to increase, according to several leading architects. That’s despite such work in the past having been inferior to that of union labor, one said. [more]

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  • 606w57th

    606 West 57th Street (Inset: Arquitectonica founder Bernardo Fort-Brescia)

    Perhaps the biggest and boldest residential project ever conceived in Manhattan, TF Cornerstone’s 606 West 57th Street is just the latest astonishing development planned for this cross street. [more]

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  • From left: Bjarke Ingels and West57

    From left: Bjarke Ingels and West57

    Blumenfeld Development Group, the firm behind the East River Plaza shopping mall in East Harlem, has tapped Bjarke Ingels’ Copenhagen-based BIG to design a new 200,000-square-foot apartment complex, also in Harlem.

    The building would rise on the parking lot next door to the 120,000-square-foot Gotham Plaza at 125th Street, between Lexington and Third avenues, which is currently an office of the Department of Motor Vehicles. [more]

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  • A rendering of 625 West 57th Street

    A rendering of 625 West 57th Street

    The retail at the Durst Organization’s glass pyramid tower at 625 West 57th Street has officially hit the market. The retail space at the Bjarke Ingels Group-designed building will have ceilings up to 27 feet tall, and the one of the commercial units, located on the corner of West 57th Street and Twelfth Avenue, will contain about 27,000 square feet of space. [more]

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  • From left: Bjarke Ingels, David Martin, Mayi de la Vega, Esther Percal and Chad Oppenheim (credit: Guest of a Guest)

    From left: Bjarke Ingels, David Martin, Mayi de la Vega, Esther Percal and Chad Oppenheim (credit: Guest of a Guest)

    From the South Florida site: Several hundred South Florida real estate players, media members and invited guests packed the sales center of Miami condo project Grove at Grand Bay to attend last week’s roundtable hosted by The Real Deal. A panel that included renowned architects Bjarke Ingels and Chad Oppenheim led a discussion about the idea of “starchitecture” and the role it is playing with new condo projects in the region. See the photos and more after the jump.

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  • Bjarke Ingels and Grove at Grand Bay

    Bjarke Ingels and Grove at Grand Bay

    From the South Florida market report: Bjarke Ingels is called a starchitect for a reason: his body of work.

    Though the Copenhagen native just turned 39 on Oct. 2, he already has a wheelbarrow of awards: two Henning Larsen Prizes, named for the great Danish architect, who died only a few months ago; the Nykredit Architecture Prize, the largest given in Denmark; the European Prize for Architecture; and an American Institute of Architects Honor Award — to name just a handful. [more]

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  • From left, Asi Cymbal and Bjarke Ingels and Marina Lofts rendering.

    From left, Asi Cymbal and Bjarke Ingels and Marina Lofts rendering.

    From the South Florida site: Bjarke Ingels wants the public to understand that bold, urban architecture can create sustainable ecosystems. It is a principle that he is fighting for: Right now, the award-winning Danish architect is battling Fort Lauderdale, Fla., over his residential project, Marina Lofts, and the fate of a rain tree. [more]

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  • A rendering of 625 West 57th Street

    The City Planning Commission yesterday approved Durst Fetner Residential’s 625 West 57th Street, a 753-unit development at the Hudson River, the New York Observer reported.

    The striking pyramid design, by Bjarke Ingles Group, includes a central terrace that is almost the size of a football field, the Observer said. [more]

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  • Durst Fetner's West 57th Street pyramid

    More than a year after unveiling plans for a pyramid-shaped building on West 57th Street near the West Side Highway, Durst Fetner Residential will begin carrying the plans through the land-use review process. According to the Wall Street Journal, the developer will start the seven-month effort, which includes votes by the City Planning Commission and City Council today. [more]

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