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The Hudson Yards project has attracted criticism and love in almost equal measure. Many consider its design a classic case of uninspired architectural plagiarism, with Oliver Wainwright, a Guardian writer, calling it “an architectural fiasco.” Others hate the Hudson Yards project for its funding sources.
Written by
Cristina Par
Photography
Budgeron Bach
This six-story office building on Manhattan’s west side is the result of adding five new floors onto an existing one-story pub/restaurant. McQuaid’s Public House has been a fixture in the neighborhood for decades and the owner wanted to retain the existing pub and add the new office building floors and ground floor lobby with as little interruption...
Project name
603 West 44th Street
Architecture firm
Sydness Architects
Location
New York, New York, United States
Photography
Sydness Architects
The Istanbul-based architecture firm Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio has envisioned Sarcostyle, a 210 meters skyscraper concept in Manhattan, New York.
Project name
Sarcostyle
Architecture firm
Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio
Location
Manhattan, New York
Height
210 meters