Between data, personal experience and how to represent a territory, a report of the exhibition “Mapping Brooklyn”.
A big day for about thirty architectural practices in NY, as the AIANY 2015 Design Awards winners were announced at the Center for Architecture!
I met James Wines, from SITE, last month. More than a proper interview, we can call this meeting a conversation.
You couldn’t make it? I attended for you the UN conference on the Future of Cities: an integrated approach to urban challenges.
The Kings in Brooklyn and the Valencia in Queens are two of the five Wonder Theatres in New York area.
Murphy Burnham & Buttrick Architects present the Innovation and New Technologies used on the St Patrick’s Cathedral Conservation Project.
Urban Layers is an interactive map created by Morphocode that explores the structure of Manhattan’s urban fabric.
Understand better the goals, methods and projects of TerreformOne with an exclusive interview of its Director of Innovation.
This post explores the quality and significance of Public Spaces with related articles, videos, and reports of various events.
The New York AIA COTE organized a Proof+Beauty Award, rewarding designs that are at the same time sustainable – with supportive evidence – and beautiful.
The English architect Tony Fretton gave a speech at the National School of Architecture of Paris Belleville.
He presented some of his best work.
It is always hard to say an architect is the best I know, but those two are today on the top of my list, and here is why.
This week, archtober got me to the Riverside Health Center, designed by 1100 architect.
Once again, I’m dragged to Brooklyn to an other inspiring and beautiful adaptive reuse project. This time, Archtober led me to visit Kickstarter’s headquarters, designed by Ole Sondresen architect.
Everything started back to the 1970’s, when Pelli Clarke Pelli architects designed the One World Financial Center. After 9/11, the architects were called back to re-think the entry to the building.
Grimshaw architects NY office hosted a very interesting panel on thursday night about the future of design.
For the climate week in NYC, a bunch of passionating events were organized to finally end with the People’s Climate March. This is how I had the chance to visit the LEED-certified Center for Spiritual Development, 124 East 31st Street.
The first tour of the Building of the Day program is the Public Theater at Astor Place by Ennead architects.
Philosophy, methods, projects, future plans, … discover Architecture Research Office.
An amazing, optimistic, motivating talk by Edward Mazria was held at the AIA NYC chapter on architects and urbanists environmental urgent responsibility. Here is a report.