Wednesday, October 19, 2011


It was a nice surprise to be walking through West 4th street subway this week and find the (AIANY) American Institute of Architecture New York, have their "New York New Work" competition postered down the lenght of both walkways. A fantastic array of New York architects with newly commissioned work from around the world. Searching the wall, I found some old friends, FX Fowle, with their amazing new "Museum of the Built Environment" in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Some new friends Bade Stageberg Cox, with their fab "Grafted House". A personal fav, the crazy 245 Tenth Ave, just off the Highline, and right there next to that, Narofsky Architecture's awesome "Sag Harbor Residence", designed by Stuart Narofsky and shot by yours truly. See following post for the selects from that shoot. If your in the neighborhood, take an extra couple on minutes and enjoy some of New York's most creative minds at work.






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Michele said...

You've done a beautiful property even more justice with your terrific shot. I will enjoy that long West 4th Street subway walk much more now that these images are there to distract and delight.

Melissa said...

Great work, Ber! Must be an amazing feeling to see your work in such a public place!

Khaja said...

Beautiful Property and grate job.
I wish you the designer also.
For our grate interior work.

aleem said...

what a nice collection beautiful property to see amazing