Monthly Archives: August 2009

Brooklyn’s $25 Million Condo

In Manhattan, eight figure condominiums are fairly commonplace, as scary as that sounds.  However, anything priced over $20 million represents fairly rarefied air, usually reserved for buildings with significant architectural provenance.  Starchitect developements like Santiago Calatrava’s 80 South Street, Richard … Continue reading

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San Francisco’s New Solar Bus Stops

Has anyone seen the new bus stops around San Francisco?  The latest bus stops from the SFMTA are designed by Lundberg Design, one of my favorite architecture firms in the Bay Area.  Having designed well-known chic spaces such as Larry’s … Continue reading

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The Palm Islands of Dubai

Last night I was watching TV and found an interesting show on the National Geographic channel about the conception and construction of the Palm Jumeirah Island in Dubai.  Though I had heard about it and seen a few pictures, the … Continue reading

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