Stackings of metal ducts on the 4th floor of 200 water project.
Standing there and looking at it...I loved the idea these pieces were made to transfer air.....Now ransfer light.
Gil Even-Tsur. גיל אבן-צור
Every once in a while, I drift away from the routine of the office to explore architecture elsewhere. Recently, I traveled to Verona, northeast Italy, and the southern parts of the Austrian and Swiss Alps. The motivation: to visit works by Carlo Scarpa and Peter Zumthor. Although their work differs significantly, both architects demonstrate a strong allegiance to the contextual surroundings of their buildings, largely through textural and atmospheric presence. These notions very much inform and inspire the work we are doing in our offices in New York and Tel-Aviv.
These images, which are sketchy and disoriented at times, serve as a visual journal and a collection of moments to remember.
By Gil Even-Tsur. גיל אבן-צור
Our office is located right by this amazing structure. I pass by it every day and continuously rediscover it all over again.
Looking at moments of light and material.
We were invited to participate in a closed competition to re-think an historic riverside drive palazzo. An image of the reflective gallery space. Glass & Stone.
A study for a vertical museum project.
Glass supprting wood supporting glass...etc....
Since my early childhood, I love staring over reflections of light through water, glass and translucent stones I've found on the beach by my home.
Ive found this old green glassware earlier today at an old country store. Delhi NY.
Very happy about the way the roof top glass and steel attelier is coming to shape. The feeling of lightness and openness.... still very much in the making....completion in August!
Loving this 50's upper west side elevator car interior.
On a visit to the wonderful Corning Museum of glass. uplifting light.