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Mayor de Blasio Announces Far Rockaway Revival

by W-Architecture | Posted 02/05/2016 1:46 PM

Mayor de Blasio Announces Far Rockaway Revival

The revitalization of downtown Far Rockaway is on the front page of Rockaway's newspaper, The Wave!  Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a $91 million capital investment for the improvements to the downtown area. W is working on the reconstruction of six streets and two plazas that will benefit from the investment. The streetscapes and plazas will include planting new street trees, seating, paving, and other pedestrian level improvements. The streetscapes and plazas are a major part of the overall downtown renewal and we are looking forward to seeing it all happen!

Downtown Far Rockaway Community Meeting

by W-Architecture | Posted 01/29/2016 2:28 PM

Downtown Far Rockaway Community Meeting

Here is Chieh at last week’s Downtown Far Rockaway meeting. Around 100 members of the community attended the event and with the help of large scale maps people shared their thoughts on future development in the surrounding neighborhood!

Red Hook IFPS Community Meeting

by W-Architecture | Posted 01/29/2016 12:28 PM

Red Hook IFPS Community Meeting

W Architecture and Landscape Architecture is excited to take part in the development of the Red Hook Integrated Flood Protection System! Just last week, we had an extremely successful community meeting at the Miccio Community Center and worked with residents of Red Hook to establish a vision for the project that reflects the priorities of the community. As we move forward, our developments will be posted on the project website, so for more information follow the link below!

 

http://www.nycedc.com/project/red-hook-integrated-flood-protection-system

Regeneron Campus Design Complete

by W-Architecture | Posted 01/06/2016 10:50 AM

Regeneron Campus Design Complete

W Architecture and Landscape Architecture is pleased to announce the completion of Regeneron’s campus landscape design. Located within the Hudson Valley, a main goal of the project was to capture the unique essence of the region and establish forward thinking ecological environments that promote a cohesiveness throughout the new BioMed Reality development.  Rolling topographic berms traverse the site to function as screens for existing parking and operate as platforms to implement diverse plantings within the site that call to forest and meadow landscapes. Jogging and bike trails, along with rain gardens, sun decks and an oval lawn are just some of the features that make the design an area of outdoor engagement for the current and future employees of the company. 

Woodberry Kitchen

by W-Architecture | Posted 12/21/2015 3:16 PM

Woodberry Kitchen

Congratulations to Baltimore and especially Spike Gjerde of Woodberry Kitchen, for being the 2nd best city for food as named by Zagat.  We are proud of our part as landscape architect in bringing the Woodberry experience to the out of doors—it’s a special place!

Pershing Square Design Boards!

by W-Architecture | Posted 12/15/2015 9:32 AM

Pershing Square Design Boards!

Last week the W Architecture and Landscape Architecture Team traveled to Los Angeles to present their vision for Pershing Square. It was a wonderful experience, and now we are looking to the public to comment on our vision. Follow the link below to the Pershing Square Renew Design Challenge website to share your thoughts! 

http://pershingsquarerenew.nationbuilder.com/w_architecture1

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