Duncan Shotton - city sticky page markers

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New York illustrations by remko heemskerk

2 months ago 79 notes

Wieden+Kennedy NY - WORKac

4 months ago 115 notes

Domino Sugar Factory photographed by Paul Raphaelson

'Ten years after closing its doors, the  Domino Sugar Refinery’s iconic forty-foot tall yellow sign is still legible along the waterfront, even from parts of Manhattan. The refinery, built in 1882, was once the largest in the world, producing over half of the sugar consumed in the United States. Sadly, the historic landmark will soon be demolished, making room for luxury living — and a handful of apartments for affordable housing, at mayor Bill de Blasio’s insistence. As time runs out, a photographer, photography editor, and historian are vying for the opportunity to thoroughly document the site and publish a book entitled Sweet Ruin: Fossils and Stories of the Brooklyn Domino Sugar Refinery.

Photographer Paul Raphaelson was recently given a day’s worth of access to the site by its owner, real estate development company Two Trees Management. Raphaelson was able to visit and photograph three of the refinery’s buildings, capturing the sugar-coated interiors of the hauntingly cavernous spaces. He hopes to revisit the site before it’s too late to take more photographs’

- Via ArchDaily

4 months ago 125 notes

Walker Tower Renovation, New York by CetraRuddy

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Inception dish rack shaped like Manhattan by Luca Nichetto

5 months ago 100 notes

National September 11 Memorial Museum - Snohetta

5 months ago 44 notes

470 11th Ave, New York by AA

5 months ago 30 notes

Jug Cerovic standardizes metro maps from around the world

6 months ago 629 notes

Horizon Media - a + i Architecture

6 months ago 26 notes

200 Eleventh Avenue - Selldorf Architects

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Chickering Hall, 29 West 57th St, New York.

Sadly the building’s owner has decided to redevelop the site and this beautiful and unusual 1924 building is now under demolition.

I’m all for new development but not at the cost of buildings like this, It’s sickening that this has been allowed.

6 months ago 38 notes

Touristic icon design by Yoon J Kim

6 months ago 64 notes

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Times Square by michaelelliottnyc

6 months ago 44 notes

Intersections: NYC night by Navid Baraty

6 months ago 129 notes