Shock Therapy opens its Upper East Side flagship location. Designed by Eray/Carbajo, the interiors bring an exciting twist to its beautiful landmark exteriors. With the idea to create a space for future of fitness, the concept introduces a room within a room, with a futuristic shell nested into a historic background.
The time starts bending inside the welcoming area, through its curved furniture and finishes. When climbing up the stairs for the studio, the visitors walk in to a fully encapsulated space that leaks different shades of light through the gradient patterns on the shell. While the permeating light feels like a glimpse in to the future, the preserved historic features and other decorative pieces remind the core.
Curved X marks by URAStudio, float below the ceiling, unifying the force of the unknown and the inner power in “X-ercising”. The wood fiber mix cement panels used throughout the space attest the architectural vision in sustainability and social responsibility, having been sourced from forests that are sustainably managed.
What’s Wrong With Fashion? (www/Fashion) brought together the progress makers of the fashion world to diagnose today’s problems and define solutions for a better future. Profits of the event went to Open Style Lab, a nonprofit organization dedicated to making style and clothing accessible to people of all abilities. The panel consisted industry professionals/firms doing progressive work to move fashion forward: REFASHIOND, CFDA, Two Blind Brothers and Open Style Lab. Event partner and host was Parsons School of Design.
With its graphics, interiors and products designed by Eray/Carbajo, Adam Grooming opens doors to public on 37 Eastcheap, London. The concept built to create an exclusive and timeless barber experience is reflected again in this 2000 sf space, with more room to show the hexagonal conceptual elements.
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Diagnostics for everything
What’s Wrong With (www/) is a diagnostic discussion series where the progress makers, boundary pushers and creative leaders discuss and diagnose problems in various fields and industries.
Encouraging both conversation and action, 100% of profits of www/ events go to non-profit organizations that do progressive and proactive work towards solving the discussed problems. Each www/ topic has a different non-profit partner, this way www/ aims to expand the support to all who work hard to make progress in this world.
What’s Wrong With Cities is the first topic, bringing together progress makers of urban life, to discuss and diagnose common problems in today’s cities, and for starters, New York City. Profits of the event will go to Net Impact, a nonprofit organization that mobilizes new generations to use their skills and careers to drive transformational social and environmental change. Register now to attend.
DATE AND TIME
Thu 19 October 2017
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM EST
Memorial Hall Auditorium
200 Willoughby Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11025
6:30 – 7:00 PM – Registration
7:00 – 8:00 PM – Panel Discussion
Vipul Patel, General Manager, Lyft
Young Woo, Founder & Principal, Young Woo & Associates
Jason Green, Co-Founder & CEO, Edenworks
Christine Gaspar, Executive Director, Center for Urban Pedagogy
Moderator: Inanc Eray, Partner, Eray/Carbajo
8:00 – 8:30 PM – Food & Drinks
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Sponge Suit that has the unique ability to clean the ocean by absorbing harmful oil-based contaminants as you swim will be prominently featured in the 2018 Philadelphia Eagles Swimsuit Calendar, which went on sale this week.
The Sponge Suit designed by Eray/Carbajo with technology engineered by Sponge, Inc.,will be prominently featured in the 2018 Philadelphia Eagles Swimsuit Calendar, which went on sale today. The prototype was created using the super-hydrophobic carbon based “sponge” material fitted into a cutting-edge 3D printed form.
Wearing the Sponge Suit on the cover of 2018 calendar is Snow Feng, a four-year veteran of the squad. Snow is a physician assistant who earned a B.S. degree in biochemistry from the University of California at San Diego and an M.S. degree in physician assistant studies from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She is fluent in three languages – Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, and English.
“As a professional sports team, we have a unique platform to serve as sustainability leaders through our ongoing Go Green efforts and commitment to the environment,” said Christina Weiss Lurie, President Eagles Charitable Foundation, Eagles Social Responsibility. “Having the opportunity to help enhance the quality of life for residents of the Dominican Republic was a rewarding and educational experience for us. We believe that these innovative water filtration systems, along with the creativity seen in the Sponge Suit, will ignite conversation about the environment and further raise awareness.”
E/C’s Monumental Chair, inspired by the crystalline forms in nature, is featured in the Metal Works Exhibition at Brooklyn Navy Yards, Building 92. The exhibition will open doors to public September 21st and will run through January 2018.
The Monumental Chair combines elegance and durability with a comfortable seating experience. Its faceted geometric structure is built to wrap around the back for comfort while creating a sculptural silhouette. Handmade from metal, Monumental is designed for both indoor and outdoor use.
BNY’s new exhibition space “Yard Work”, aims to showcase the maker community’s diverse work and and product lines. Their past exhibition featured wood works from the Yard, while the current exhibition showcases pieces made out of heavy metal.
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Sustainable Development via Architectural Innovation
Eray Carbajo announces Urban Rural, a new dwelling typology for a sustainable transformation strategy that will become exemplar for Istanbul’s future redevelopment, with construction completion in 2019.
Urban Rural proposes a hybrid unit of habitation where one can be close to the city center and simultaneously enjoy the lifestyle of rural living, while having strong interaction with the community and neighborhood.
The design challenges the status quo of typical residential typology. Urban Rural seeks sustainable development through architectural innovation. The unique form of the residential modules utilizes an efficient hexagonal grid that covers the maximum building volume with minimum number of building elements.
One hexagon unit consists a polygonal area to inhabit and a triangular cavity to be used as an irrigable garden. When all modules combined, these triangle cavities act as a truss structure transferring the building’s loads to lower members. As a whole, Urban Rural creates interdependencies between building systems, structure, landscape and architecture. Integration of such complex systems are achieved through modular design that persevere flexibility.
Urban Rural aims to minimize the building’s ecological footprint and to maximize the positive impact on the environment, while considering the economic viability of the project. In order to achieve this, component based modular design and locally sourced building materials together is the key.
Urban Rural is designed to become a city landmark. Building a vertical urban village in the heart of the city center, immediately reduces the dependency to cars and even to public transit, and it naturally promotes walking or cycling. This generates more opportunities for human interaction and moments of communication that will eventually result in a stronger community. Urban Rural features social and recreational spaces on the lower floors to build a self-sufficient neighborhood where people could live, work and recreate locally.
Program: Residential Architecture
Client: Esta Construction
Design: Inanc Eray, Gonzalo Carbajo
Design Team: Emana Ljajic, Marco Mattia Cristofori, Ugur Imamoglu
Project Team: Ugur Imamoglu, Marco Mattia Cristofori, Ahlam Hamed, Egemen Onur Kaya, Anil Sakaryali
Structural: Kinaci Muhendislik
Electrical: Sanayi Muhendislik
MEP: ABC Muhendislik
ADAM, the grooming atelier brand that brings a timeless barbering experience, opened its first location in Canary Wharf Station, London.
Designed by Eray/Carbajo, the space creates an unparalleled atmosphere in grooming. With its hexagonal layout, the design provides exclusivity and undivided attention to the guests while they are being served. Inspired by Turkish baths, its timeless materials like Marmara marble and natural chestnut create an elegant yet relaxing environment.
Branding and graphics also created by Eray/ Carbajo, the team aims to represent all men – from ancient “Adam” to the modern day guy – in its visuals. ADAM is the representation of invigoration of men, through timeless design and art of grooming.
ADAM will soon open two more locations in London, UK this year.
Program: Barber Shop
Client: Adam Grooming
Design: Inanc Eray, Gonzalo Carbajo
Design Team: Marco Mattia Cristofori
Project Team [London]: Necdet Yagiz Ozkan
Consultants: Structural: Eckersley o’Callaghan
Eray Carbajo receives honorable mention in national architecture competition to design the transportation and interconnection hub of Izmir, Turkey. The avant-garde design proposal redefines the ground level and creates a new topography through its multi layered elevated parks, urban plazas and interconnecting green paths.
Having to live, work and circulate in a never-ending mobility; the society revolves around the entity of mobility. Relocation of information, services, people and furniture reforms everyday life.
İzmir, the port city of Turkey isn’t very far from this form of kinesis. Throughout the history, the urban development of the city of İzmir has transformed itself into different entities; the state of relocation, the state of reorientation, a transit city and city of final destination.
Cities can be viewed as organisms with vessel systems, their transportation systems connect two different places to each other. On the other hand, cities of separate segments and disconnected layers wouldn’t be able to serve as sustainable cities. In this regard, the form of urban transportation should consider the needs of public and urban connectivity.
Eray Carbajo’s transportation hub design proposal integrates metro, fast train, tram, bus systems, car park, bicycle roads and pedestrian friendly modes in order to achieve faster urban interconnectivity between populated districts of İzmir. The project investigates the real boundaries of a city and interconnectivity of design. The proposal aims to blur the boundaries between indoor and outdoors spaces, and blends in the building structure with the plazas.
The urban design puts into use the inefficient urban gaps by analyzing user experience. The environment-friendly design ensures an integrating web between industrial and residential areas, with a strategy of perpetual motion that creates continuous public flow, starting from the coastal promenade of Izmir with a flow back into the city center. The design blends and merges coastline, urban hubs, intercity connections and industrial districts.
The landscraper is on a path of continuous change within it’s very form. Public parks and plazas aim to serve to all kinds of users; all Izmir urbanites and visitors, as well as, users with disabilities. The interlacing structure responds to the three different levels of elevation, providing opportunities for social-cultural interactions.
Therefore, Izmir Transportation Hub is a living and perpetually changing structure with over/underpasses that allow effortless flow.
Bringing cutting edge content from around the world, South Summit 2016 is taking place in Madrid, pain on October 5-7 2016. Partner Inanc Eray will be speaking on October 6, discussing “Out of the Box” designs and design processes. Various sessions will take place on entrepreneurship, innovation, design with speakers from Fortune 500 companies and successful start-ups.
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Located at Istanbul Technical University’s tech incubator, etiyaLABS Co-innovation Space, designed by Eray/Carbajo, opened to public in July 2016.
With the notion of “innovation through collaboration”, the design of the space aims to maximize the human interaction through flexible meeting points and multi-functional furniture, which were also designed by Eray/Carbajo. The importance to “Human Touch” reflects not only in the layout of the space, but also in the artwork and catch phrases on the walls.
The space’s owner Etiya, Turkey’s leading independent software vendor, has been vocal on creating a culture around innovation, and through etiyaLABS they are encouraging this within. etiyaLABS will be the center for their “calls for innovation”