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24 May

New York City Has a Brand-New “Floating Park” on Its Hudson River.

Eight years ago, when the idea for a new waterfront park on Manhattan’s West Side was put forward, the concept followed what had become a well-trod formula: Use the piles from historic piers to create a thin landscape jutting into the river, becoming extensions of the city grid.

In the mix of architects asked to contemplate that commission was Thomas Heatherwick, the London-based designer whose now recently completed Vessel anchors Hudson Yards.

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21 May

Waldorf Astoria Miami introduces the city to one of the most prestigious luxury hotel brands in the world.

Waldorf Astoria Miami introduces the city to one of the most prestigious luxury hotel brands in the world, owned by Hilton Hotels. The tower offers 100 floors of residences.

The famous architect Carlos Ott, with the help of Sieger Suarez, designed the building to resemble a pile of unevenly stacked glass cubes. At 1,049 feet tall, Waldorf Astoria Hotel and Residences Miami is Miami’s tallest tower and Miami’s first super tall skyscraper. Residences have dramatic views of Biscayne Bay, the Port of Miami, Brickell Avenue, Downtown Miami, Key Biscayne, and South Beach.

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20 January

10 Striking Architecture Projects Shaping Design in 2021

From transformative affordable housing to striking cultural venues and generous public spaces, these 10 architecture projects will capture the world’s attention in 2021.

In a world still in the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic, the design world’s attention was gripped by timely interventions – from PPE and mobile testing sites to sanitary surfaces — for much of the past year.

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