2011 January 18
Relocation of the PJ Sharp Boathouse

CDR Studio Architects is working with Mathews Nielson Landscape Architects on a study for the New York Restoration Project to determine possible options for the Relocation of the PJ Sharp Boathouse.  view full article

The boathouse, designed by Robert AM Stern and put into the Sherman Creek area of the Harlem River in 2005 presents many challenges in the present location. One option looks at lifting it and relocating it to nearby land.

2010 December 28
Audi Westmont Showroom Opens in Illinois

Audi Westmont is a conversion of an existing car dealership facility into an Audi Exclusive Terminal. Although originally a neutral proposal was offered, dealer-driven real estate acquisition during the project lifespan enabled Terminal implementation as well as exterior vehicle display.  view full article

The project consists of the re-organisation of interior spaces and adjustments to the building footprint in order to allow for a prominent roadside car presentation presence. Existing structure was maintained and service write-up was relocated from the reception driveway into the showroom space, creating a clear organisation of the facilities' processes.

2010 November 1
Pier 62 Carousel Building Featured in the Article “ On the New Waterfront” in Landscape Architecture Magazine

CDR Studio's Pier 62 Carousel Building is featured in Alex Ulam's article "On the New Waterfront" published this November in Landscape Architecture Magazine. The article traces the recent redevelopment of New York City's Hudson River Park by landscape architect Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates and other leading architects including CDR Studio.  view full article

Located between the West Side Highway and the Hudson River, the article notes that the waterfront project is considered "Manhattan's most significant new park since Central Park was building in the 19th Century." It focuses primarily on the recently opened Chelsea Cove, an eight-acre section of the project located between Pier 62 and Pier 64, which includes our new carousel building and other notable public works.

2010 October 1
CDR Studio Projects Featured in "Made in New York" Exhibit in New York City's West 4th Street Subway Station

CDR Studio Architects was invited to showcase three projects including our Pier 62 Carousel Building, The Hillsdale Residence, and Marine Company 1 Fire House in a subway exhibition curated by the AIA New York Chapter / Center For Architecture.  view full article

The projects will be on view as part of the exhibition in the station from October 8th-31st, 2010. Be sure to check out some of the exhibited work if you are passing through the station. More details are available online here at the Center for Architecture's website.