Scarcely two decades ago, Sherman Creek, a tributary of the Harlem River in northern Manhattan, was choked by weeds and the wreckage of century-old boathouses. Now, the New York Restoration Project (NYRP) and Brooklyn-based firm Bade Stageberg Cox are …
Monthly Archive: February 2014
The project gives the Boston-based communications and arts school a permanent home on the west coast.
For Rafael Viñoly, running large offices in London and New York sometimes means putting out fires.
To adapt to a rapidly changing context, Andrew Berman updates a New York art space’s historic building, originally renovated by Maya Lin.
An engineer suggests that the Museum of Modern Art could move the American Folk Art Museum building, rather than raze it to make room for its expansion.
Installed inside the 55,000-square-foot drill hall, the Spring Masters art fair will feature an exhibition scheme by Rafael Viñoly that challenges the status-quo rectangular grids.
A drawing of a 19th-century bridge in Connecticut by New York architect Morgen Fleisig is the 2013 Holland Prize winner, the Library of Congress and National Park Service announced.
A public discussion raised concerns about apartment towers rising around the famed New York City green space.
A photographer best known for shooting fashionable interiors takes a sidelong glance at architecture.
Museum to add a $40-million Drawing Institute and an energy-efficient power plant to its Houston campus.
Sibley’s, Rochester, New York, The Architectural TeamThe renovation and adaptive reuse of a historic department store building is just one of many projects that are a collective attempt to revitalize the upstate New York city.