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Old November 11th, 2012, 11:31 PM   #21
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man hätte nujork wie folgt belassen und dann nicht mehr verändern sollen. ein kunstwerk in sich in diesem zustand.


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Old November 11th, 2012, 11:41 PM   #22
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Dieser lange Stengel-Turm ist echt schrecklich.
Aber das Bild von IF: Wow!
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Old November 21st, 2012, 05:25 PM   #23
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Für deutschsprachige Leser und New York Fanboys empfehle ich, sich mal die Liste der höchsten Gebäude in New York anzuschauen. Diese Liste wird von einem Wiki- Autor und mir ständig aktualisiert. Alle Informationen sind topaktuell und akkurat.

Ebenfalls von Interesse könnte der Thread New York Supertalls auf SSP sein, wo es noch mehr (detaillierte) Informationen und Renderings gibt.

Viel Vergnügen.

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kannst du nicht hier in diesem thread ab und zu interessante projekte reinstellen?
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Old November 23rd, 2012, 10:55 AM   #25
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Dieser saudämliche 432-Park-Tower versaut die ganze Skyline von Midtown Manhattan (der langgezogene, unproportionierte Stengel links)...

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schade um die abgerissenen gebäude, aber ich find den turm ganz lustig, gerade weil er dünn ist und aussieht als würde er jeden moment vom wind umgeknickt.
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Old December 6th, 2012, 03:42 PM   #26
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^ Das ist in meinen Augen aber keine ästhetische Qualität, wenn ein Gebäude so aussieht, als könnte es jeden Moment kollabieren. Ganz im Gegenteil. Und schon mal gar nicht im gebeutelten Manhattan.
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Old December 6th, 2012, 03:42 PM   #27
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Über solche grandiosen Revitalisierungsprojekte hingegen kann ich mich wirklich freuen:

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Cetra Ruddy transforms 1920's telephone switching building into luxury residential condominium

This conversion of a 1920’s Bell Telephone switching building into the Walker Tower residences offered an opportunity to reimagine the architecture of the building, while respecting the original structure. The result is a 286,000 sq ft, new, lighter Art Deco architecture expressive of both interior organisation and structure that is more reminiscent of cast iron or Gothic in its significantly higher ratio of openings to solid surfaces.

While the solid mass of the original building remains at the base and continues to be occupied by the telephone company from floors one through seven, window openings were enlarged starting at the first residential level. Within the existing bulk of the building, sills were lowered at individual sidewall windows while non-structural masonry piers were removed to insert multi-story tripartite window bays with floor to ceiling glass at streetwalls. Newly added volumes rise along the tower where neutral brick solids are replaced by a vibrant metal rainscreen that consists of profiled vertical metal pilasters and mullions and three dimensionally formed metal spandrels,

Sympathetic to the original building’s use of ornamental statuary bronze and nickel silver, the rainscreen is rendered in a bronze colored stainless steel and metallically-painted formed aluminum plate. The micro-linen texture of the bronze stainless steel and the metallic flake in the aluminum surface creates the appearance of two metals that change according to sunlight and sky patterns. Taking a cue from early renderings showing an unbuilt crown atop the original building, four tapering metal spires were added to extend the tower skyward.

Converting this through-block commercial building to residential use required a unique planning strategy to ensure ample light and air for habitable rooms. Organizing kitchen, bathroom, closet and utility spaces adjacent to building corridors in an interior zone pushes the habitable rooms toward the building exterior. This establishes a sensible circulation network within the residences.

Consonance in apartment interiors is achieved through the use of materials, fixtures and detailing that – while not directly derivative of – is appropriate to the Art Deco pedigree of the building. The interior environment is balanced by a resident programmable home automation system that controls the humidified ducted air conditioning, radiant floor heating, supplemental mechanical ventilation and exhaust system.

The adaptive re-use of Walker Tower combines a true understanding of the original structure with intelligent space planning, sensitivity to materials and state-of-the-art technology to reinterpret a rich architectural past in a way that can be valued in the present.

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Old December 6th, 2012, 03:45 PM   #28
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das nenn ich mal ein cladding :wank:

http://static.worldarchitecturenews....eenMock_up.jpg

wie sieht das denn derzeit aus?
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Old December 11th, 2012, 09:05 AM   #29
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^ Ich bin im Sommer daran vorbeigelaufen, muss mal schauen, ob ich ein Bild finde.
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Old December 11th, 2012, 09:08 AM   #30
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NEW YORK | Related Hudson Yards | 407m | 267m | + weitere Hochhäuser

Der Highline Park in Manhattan ist wirklich klasse. Auch das HudsonYards-Projekt sieht sehr vielversprechend aus. Auch wenn's mir zu viel Glas ist, da muss noch Abwechslung rein.

Ein paar neue Visualisierungen:
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I don't know if these renderings help or answer your question, but definitely looks like there is a sidewalk on the north side of 30th as well as that small public space on the HL above 10th Ave. But with so much new park space, and public space within this development, and with the new Hudson Boulevard being built, this area will have plenty of open, public, green space. Second batch of renderings and link thanks to NYGuy.







Second batch of renderings and link thanks to NYGuy.







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Und mehr von den Türmen selbst:
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Old January 11th, 2013, 06:30 PM   #32
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Durchaus imposant, wie viel derzeit in Manhattan geht:

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I pulled together another montage. I'm sure I missed some projects, but I tried to be as comprehensive as possible. I also used a little creative freedom on projects such as 225 West 57th Street and the Grand Central Tower.

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das 21. jahrhundert ist das amerikanische!
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Eher nicht.


Aber dennoch, es gibt auch erfreuliches aus Übersee zu vermelden. Der verstärkte Trend zum Neohistorismus tut den amerikanischen Städten sehr gut.

So auch dem teils stark geschundenen und fast wie eine kriegszerstörte Stadt perforierten NYC.

Tolles Teil:
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45 East 74th Street - New York




Design and construction of a new four-story and basement townhouse with a set-back fifth floor in the Upper East Side Historic District. The new town house replaced a 19th century townhouse which had been awkwardly renovated in 1957 including the removal of the 19th century stoop and facade.
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Noch 'ne Nummer größer:
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A contextual row of five new townhouses to be built in a historic district in the lower part of Manhattan
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Könnte auch klasse werden:
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Design of a new 140,000sf building with 62 units which integrates into the historic fabric of the District.

Although contextual, the design uses distinct details and materials to create a 21st century building. The building runs through the block with towers on West 18th Street and West 17th Street. The project includes the conservation of two historic buildings on West 18th Street.
Landmarks Preservation Commission and the City Planning Commission approval.

The 17th Street facade and an earlier design, "The Ruined Column", is shown below.
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Manche Anglo-Architekten haben wirklich ein tolles Gespür für exakte historische Proportionen und Details.

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A new contextual residential loft building in SoHo.
92-94 Greene Street was to be a new building that integrated into the historic fabric of SoHo. The building was to run through the block with facades on Greene Street and Mercer Street. The façades were designed in pressed enameled steel reflecting the technology of the 20th century in a 19th century context.

The units were designed to have high-ceilinged living rooms facing the street and split level bedrooms with mezzanines in the court between Greene Street and Mercer Street.

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Und zum Abschluss noch ein recht extravagantes Teil - historisierende Glasfassade!

Ähnliches hatte ich ja kürzlich aus Paris vorgestellt. Scheint zum Trend zu werden.

Ich weiß noch nicht ganz was ich davon halten soll, alles wird an der Ausführung hängen.
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Another one from New York:
The Glass Atelier - 401-3 Greenwich Street
TriBeCa, New York

The Glass Atelier has a glass facade made of clear glass bricks laid in a running bond with carved glass columns, capitals and details. The transparent design is in the Romanesque vocabulary of TriBeCa with arched lintels, columns with capitals and plinths, setback windows demonstrating wall depth and a corbelled cornice all executed in glass.

The six story building will contain 2 retail stores and 8 residential lofts with obscure glass partitions.

The Glass Atelier will be in the tradition of buildings found in the TriBeCa West Historic District interpreted as the transparent facade of the last several decades.

Approved by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, May 2009.






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I rhink there is a certain danger than a see-through classical design like that will looks rather kitschy ...
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Ich frage mich, warum sie das alte Townhouse an der Upper East Side nicht saniert haben. Wenigstens hätten sie es in seiner Originalfassung rekonstruieren können, oder ist das geschehen?

Ich bin zwar ein überzeugter Anhänger von originalgetreuen Rekonstruktionen. Neuschöpfungen in Neohistorismus akzeptiere ich aber nur, weil zeitgemäß bauenden Architekten einfach nichts einfallen will, um das Bedürfnis der Menschen nach schönen in ihre Umgebung eingepassten Gebäuden zu erfüllen. Die Idee mit der Glasfassade in historisierenden Formen finde ich daher ganz witzig. Das ist etwas Neues. Neu bedeutet ja nicht, dass alles nach Bauhaus aussehen muss. Neu könnte auch sein, wenn man historischen Fassadenschmuck einfach verfremdet.
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