The 7 Best New Architecture in New York

The design scene in New York City is constantly changing and new inspirations and “Wow!” factor bulidings are poping every day.

Archtober presented us with the most claimed designs in NYC. A large scale event that takes place. It’s time to remind some of the best architecture projects in New York, done by some of the biggest players of this industry.

Done by: Hugo Daniel Magalhães

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High Line in Manhattan
Diller Scofidio + Renfro; James Corner Field Operations
Opened 2009 (first phase)
Photo: Friends of the High Line

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Apple Store in Fifth Avenue
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Completed 2006
Photo: Apple

Cooper_Union_New_Academic_Building_from_north The 7 Best New Architecture in New York The 7 Best New Architecture in New York Cooper Union New Academic Building from north

 

Cooper Union on 41 Cooper Square
Morphosis
Completed 2009
Photo: Iwan Baan

Herzog-and-de-Meuron The 7 Best New Architecture in New York The 7 Best New Architecture in New York Herzog and de Meuron

 

40 Bond Street
Herzog and de Meuron
Completed 2007
Photo: Iwan Baan

Via-Verde-by-Dattner-Architects The 7 Best New Architecture in New York The 7 Best New Architecture in New York Via Verde by Dattner Architects

 

Via Verde in Bronx
Dattner Architects; Grimshaw Architects
Completed 2012
Photo: Via Verde

Brooklyn-Park-New-York The 7 Best New Architecture in New York The 7 Best New Architecture in New York Brooklyn Park New York

 

Brooklyn Bridge Park
Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates
Opened in 2012 (first phase)
Photo: Urban Green Council

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Memorial Pools of 9/11
Michael Arad/Handel Architects; Peter Walker and Partners
Opened in 2011
Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

 

The Memorial Pools may be the most famous and controversy architecture design in NY, but  all the buildings presented in this list became viral in the architectural scene in New York and in the United States.