51. The National September 11 Memorial Museum Pavilion

The National September 11 Memorial Museum Pavilion
Exterior of the building shows the horizontal form & its uplifting geometry- National September 11 Memorial Museum Pavilion

Year:  2014
Type: Culture Center & Visitor Orientation Center
Architect: Snohetta

52. Famous Buildings in New York: Slack NYC HQ

Slack NYC HQ
Interior view of the company – Slack NYC HQ

Year: 2016
Type: Offices Interiors
Architect: Snohetta

53. Campbell Sports Center

Campbell Sports Center
The main building complex at Columbia University’s Baker Athletic Complex- Campbell Sports Center

Year:  2012
Type: Athletics facility
Architect: Steven Holl

54. Higgins Hall Insertion, Pratt Institute

Higgins Hall Insertion, Pratt Institute
Front elevation of the structure – Pratt Institute

Year: 2005
Type: Educational
Architect: Steven Holl

55. Washington Square Arch

Washington Square Arch
Front elevation – Washington Square Arch

Year: 1892
Type: Public

56. Bill & Melinda Gates Hall, US

Bill & Melinda Gates Hall, US
Exterior View – Bill & Melinda Gates Hall

Year: 2014
Type: Educational
Architect: Thom Mayne

57. Bloomberg Center at Cornell Tech, US

Bloomberg Center at Cornell Tech, US
Front Facade of the structure  – Bloomberg Center at Cornell Tech

Year: 2017
Type: Educational
Architect: Thom Mayne

58. Famous Buildings in New York: Time Warner Center

Time Warner Center
View from the Central Park West – Time Warner Center

Year: 2003
Type: Office
Architect: David Childs, Mustafa Kemal Abadan of Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill

59. Famous Buildings in New York: 56 Leonard Street

56 Leonard Street
An aerial shot of the skyscraper – 56 Leonard Street

Year: 2017
Type: Condominium
Architect: Herzog & de Meuron, Goldstein, Hill & West Architects

60. Famous Buildings in New York: The Met Breuer

The Met Breuer
Exterior view of the building – The Met Breuer

Year: 1966
Type: Art Museum
Architect: Marcel Breuer

1 2 3 4 5 6
Author

Rethinking The Future (RTF) is a Global Platform for Architecture and Design. RTF through more than 100 countries around the world provides an interactive platform of highest standard acknowledging the projects among creative and influential industry professionals.

Write A Comment