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Haunted Architecture Of New York City

New York City has one of the most diverse collections of architecture in the world, therefore it’s no surprise that a city with such a rich history comes with plenty of ghost stories and eerie lore. Whether you are in search of a real haunted house or simply enjoy a spooky architecture lesson, SUITE NY is kicking off Halloween week [...]

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Farm To Concert Venue

This week SUITE NY is in a groovy mood celebrating the 45th anniversary of the Woodstock 1969 festival, and what better way to commemorate the event than with a tidbit about the venue then and now. The famed festival may have never happened had it not been for Max Yasgur, a dairy farmer in the town of Bethel, New York. Yasgur [...]

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Shigeru Ban

  On this heels of Shigeru Ban’s groundbreaking Pritzker Prize win, SUITE NY is shining yet another light on the Japanese architect’s inspiring career. Despite his impressive resume of government buildings, national museums, churches and commercial headquarters, Ban is best known as an emergency zone first responder, crafting shelters quickly and efficiently out of inexpensive and eco-friendly materials. Often referred to [...]

Throwback Thursday: Seconda Chair

  Archetypal shapes in architectural geometry inspired the historical masterpiece that is the Seconda chair.  Designed by Mario Botta in 1982, Seconda became an instant classic and an icon of design made in Italy.  Its Bauhaus-like geometric form in enameled steel gives Seconda a strikingly modern look. Swiss architect and designer Mario Botta was born in Mendrisio, Switzerland [...]

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Suite Ny Visits New Orleans

  Suite NY principal Kris Fuchs, along with sales director Anthony Law recently flew to New Orleans to meet with famed architect Lee Ledbetter to discuss Tulane University's new stadium.  Luckily they were able to enjoy some downtime as well.  Here is a list of things you must do if you happen to be in New Orleans with [...]

Video: Empire State Building Celebrates The Super Bowl

  With Superbowl XLVIII just days away, all of New York City is busy gearing up for the big event.  And, if you're wondering who is going to take the coveted title of Superbowl Champion, all you have to do is look to the skies. The Empire State Building has officially teamed up with Verizon to launch the first ever social media-driven [...]

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Lanvin / Mr Architecture + Decor

Dear friend of SUITE NY, David Mann of MR Architecture + Decor, chose our FK710 Skater Chair for his impressive debut of the first stand-alone Lanvin Men's store on US soil. Situated in a narrow townhouse on Madison Ave the three story space is a fantastic combination of old, new, plush and sparse. [...]

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Introducing Neo Laminati By Kelly Behun | Studio

Kelly Behun’s Neo Laminati collection found heavy inspiration in the Memphis Group founded by the late-great Ettore Sottsass in 1981. Pop colors, geometrically confused shapes and modern materials were utilized to generate rather un-functional pieces that aggressively alluded to both design history and the future of design. Simultaneously lauded and loathed, the Memphis group was nothing short of sensational. [...]

Archtoberfest: World Architecture Day 2013

The Archtober festivities continue with World Architecture Day 2013 celebrated throughout New York City. Beginning on Sunday, October 6th, the island of Manhattan is taken over by "WAD13" for three whole days.  Designers, architects, planners, engineers and more from around the globe flock to the Big Apple to take part in the building tours, presentations, debates [...]