Designed by Studio ST Architect & Z-A, the renovation of the 14th Street Y in Manhattan, New York is aimed to create a new identity for the building. As you can see in the image, for the entrance and lobby an â€śEast Meets Westâ€ť pallet was chosen, exposing the raw grunge of the East Village and the ethnic diversity and Jewish link to Israel and to the Middle East though patterns, Moroccan cement tiles and a field of lighting.
Situated in New York City, the 23 East 22nd Street Residential High-Rise building is the first OMA's tower in the city. The construction is expected to be completed in 2010 ...
Designed by Daniel Libeskind in collaboration with WRNS Architects, the extension of Contemporary Jewish Museum is so contrast. They make the connection between the old and the new by applying ...
A special committee of the Library's Board of Trustees has chosen Foster + Partners to design New Central Library for New York City. The project aims to transform The New ...
Designed by Bernard Tschumi, a New York based Architect, the Blue Tower is already open for public since November 7. This 17-story residential tower consists 32 apartments ranging from ...
Located in the Benedict Canyon area of LA, the Berenbeim Residence designed by Callas Shortridge Architects for a writer/producer as an extension renovation.
About Callas Shortridge Architects
The firm of ISRAEL CALLAS ...
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