mmj on tour
architecture of New York
From left to right:
1. Guggenheim, Frank Lloyd Wright (1959)
2. Statue of Liberty, Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi (1886)
3. Lincoln Centre, (opened 1962)
4. Times Square
5. Times Square
6. Ticket box by Chofri, Times Square
7. Ethel Barrymore Theater 'Six Degrees of Separation'
8. Ethel Barrymore Theater interior
9-13. Street Art
David + Luisa walk the high line
What a great use of industrial infrastructure no longer required but in good condition. Walking at about 3 stories above ground gives a great view of the surrounding streets and river in the distinct and opposing jersey shore.
The landscaping design is clever, picks up on the old railroad tracks whilst leaving some exposed and interspersed with herbs and shrubs. Break out spaces along the path allow street performers and market stalls.
The concrete paving with raised concrete timber and steel seating is beautiful and functional. This walk is very popular, mostly with tourists and offers viewing platforms. It is revitalising the surrounding areas with design stores and cafes popping up at the southern entry. Highly recommended!
revival of Brooklyn waterfront area
Simply cleaning and opening paths and spaces along the Brooklyn waterfront area known as Dumbo has created a peaceful oasis in this former industrial area. We didn't experience the area before the works but can imagine how rough it would have been. Clever paths and walkways connect new and existing streets, all with great views of the Manhattan skyline.
The High Line (2009) is a 2.33km New York City linear park built in Manhattan on an elevated section of a disused raliway. For more information click here
the iconic flatiron building
Architecture fan or not, you will undoubtedly seen this iconic building before!
Located at 175 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan and was completed in 1902 - the Flatiron Building was one of the tallest builldings in the city and sits on a triangular island-block. The Flatiron has featured in films such as Godzilla, The Usual Suspects, Spiderman + many more!
manly house 05
On the drawing board residential property renovation in Manly house 05. The client requires new kitchen fitout level 1, ensuite and WIR on level 2 and new laundry ground floor. View the before pics and the proposed 3D renders below.
woolloomooloo apartment 01
Construction of this Woolloomooloo apartment kitchen/living and bathroom is due to commence. 3D renders of the renovation are below.
Please note that David and Luisa are travelling from Wednesday 19th April, returning Monday 8th May. They will be accessing their emails during this time, but please note that some delay in response may occur.
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