Observed in Roosevelt Island, NYC the Parc Vue by Landscape Forms.
Neighborhood and building typology are a scale higher than we deal with here. So I’ve been having a great time reading Increments of Neighborhood by Brian O’Looney, recently released by Oro Editions. I’ll have a full review on the website soon, but this is a great book for those interested in urban typologies – both…
To match the adaptive reuse aesthetic at Industry City in Brooklyn, they have deployed street-level planter dumpsters which have been painted various shades of pink, yellow, and red.
Wet Paint: a layered history is the work of Mari Kroin; uncovering history through exploring the layers paint on NYC Subway columns.
Hello, my name is Grace Thomas and I am a third-year undergraduate architecture student in the UK. I fell in love with architecture after walking around the Sagrada Familia by Antoni Gaudi in Barcelona. I was inspired by how much detail and meaning building parts could have and the effect a building has on people’s…
We were out and about Brooklyn yesterday and we encountered one of American Express and Resy’s 13 Yurt Villages across the US, designed to support safe outdoor dining during COVID-19: The Yurt Villages are a new covered, heated outdoor experience available exclusively for American Express Card Members. The collection of custom-designed tents will serve as…
How do we handle worldwide crisis and the multiple demands needed for family, career, and research?
L. buxus blavus – Standard Collection Box Receptacle (Blue Box) – in the snow in Long Island City.
Vibrant communities need small moments of beauty, and our finite public space should be equitably distributed for all residents – come and listen to Jessica Mathews of EpicSmall.
Time alone gave Mary and Davit Jilavyan space to rethink that makes a village important to them: color, joy, and randomness.