The essence of this design lies in the relationship between a conventional house program and an extraordinary mountain site. The house sits 10,000 feet above sea level on the steep slope of the San Juan Mountains. The materials chosen for this project — local limestone, recycled red copper, weathering steel, and reclaimed woods — are sustainable, durable, and low maintenance.
One Madison by CetraRuddy employs a series of cantilevered floor-to-ceiling windows that give residents enviable views of its premier location across from Madison Square Park. Read more.
1 week ago
In a complete renovation of a bayside A-frame home on Fire Island, Bromley Caldari turned a seasoned beach rental into a sleek hide-out. Rethinking the iconic 1960s A-frame form, architects R. Scott Bromley and Jerry Caldari broke through the envelope of the building to weave a sculptural staircase through the airy three-story structure.
Daniel Libeskind took a moment to speak with Architizer and reflect on his career, offer advice to aspiring architects, and illuminate the processes of designing iconic cultural buildings and crafting entire skylines.
This year’s Jury Winner for Architecture + Urban Transformation is Matthew Mazzotta. Magically, a seemingly dilapidated house converts into an open air theater that seats 100 people through its foldable walls and roof.