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Kevin Guest House has been an important project to the IDA over the months. For Junior League Showhouse, a team of IDA members and board members got together to donate time and materials to create the perfect play area and media room in the basement space. The basement project was one that was important to the members and took a countless hours to finish. The dedication to this space is evident when touring the house. The bright colors and custom pieces made for the space add character. The kites add a structural element and movement to the space.
The float-home community moored at the base of the Scarborough Bluffs stirs the same pinch-me feeling as its majestic setting. Inspired by similar settlements in Seattle and the San Francisco Bay Area, the buoyant abodes were constructed on a dry dock, then towed over from Cherry Beach by a now-defunct developer back in 2000. Each one is built atop a pier-grade concrete barge and tethered to a dock that extends from the shoreline at Bluffers Park Marina – combining the central location of a condo with the idyllic setting of a cottage. It’s not unusual for residents to spot swans while sipping their morning coffee.
Throughout the month of May, NYC was rife with fantastic design, exciting exhibits, and the latest and greatest product launches. Here, five of our favorite moments from NYCxDesign, ICFF, WantedDesign and more.
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The summer solstice occurs when a planet's rotational axis, in either northern or southern hemispheres, is most inclined toward the star that it orbits.
On the summer solstice, clouds permitting, the Fulton Center in Lower Manhattan will be filled with more sunshine than has ever before reached its interior. Rays of sunlight will burnish Sky Reflector-Net — the 79-foot-high convex tracery of aluminum panels and stainless steel cables in the Fulton Center atrium — for more than nine hours on Sunday, between 7:50 a.m. and 5 p.m. (At the winter solstice, by contrast, direct sunlight hits the net for only 70 minutes.)