Originally acclaimed for being lightweight, economical, and efficient as compared to traditional stone, terra cotta was a common façade element on many late-19th and early 20th century commercial buildings.
The 111 West 57th Street’s residences by SHoP Architects has topped out at 435 m (1428 ft). The tower embraces the classic New York skyscraper and artisan tradition and restores the Steinway Hall, a cultural landmark.
To meet the growing needs of the community, Northwell Health in Huntington, New York, needed a bigger emergency department (ED. The facility utilized a split-flow, ‘super track’ model for its expansion to filter the patient volume into two treatment areas to more effectively manage patient wait-times and reduce their length of stay.