To adress the challenge, the Center for architecture invited three different architects at the Seaport Culture District to talk about their unconventional practice.
For those who ever wondered about the origins of the American grid, let’s start with NYC. Author Gerard Koeppel and historian Hilary Ballon know it all and tell the story through a lively conversation.
Canstruction is in NY!
Full of missing letters, discover the beautiful language of Nieto Sobejano architects as they present a few of their projects.
Part of the Building of the Day program, this project is a state-of-the-art piece of Architecture. One of the architects of the project tells us its story.
Moshe Safdie’s practice went through the century, and showcases as many styles as it tackles social goals.
I had the chance this week to visit (thanks UGC!) the SIMS recycling facility in Sunset Park in Brooklyn. Let me explain how it works, in a few sketches.
I definitely have a problem with modular housing. So I decided to go to this event organized by Urban Green Council to learn more.
Take a foretaste of the exhibit “Crow’s Eye View: The Korean Peninsula”, that reprises work from the Korean Pavilion at the 2014 Venice Biennale of Architecture.
Director of NYC Mayor’s Office of Sustainability explains the different paths the city is implementing to be more sustainable.
Artists and architects get inspired by raw materials. And I am confused.
After the post about sensitive approach of a mountain territory, we’re back in physical awareness of our environment with a focus on sound.
Beyond Spanish architecture, this event featuring 4 architects is about international practice and foreign architects working in NY.
Three small projects that are just beautiful! By Ball-Nogues, Kengo Kuma and Variable Projects.
Wherever is your favorite part of New York, just point at it on the map and discover old pictures from this very place. A website to enjoy without moderation!
I am curions to see how our three speakers this afternoon envision this no-waste-anymore move!
You might be interested about this week-end Ideas City Festival. Part of this and organized by MAS and Architizer was Pitching the City, a cheerful event where 5 selected design projects competed.
I had the opportunity last week to attend Davild Chipperfield’s talk at the Cooper Union.
May is the month to get outdoor in NY! And what a better opportunity to discover the different neighborhoods of the city than the Jane’s walks?!
The discussion has been going on for ages. To engage the subject, the panelists invited earlier this week at the Center for architecture are architects/designers/artists.