Monthly Archives: November, 2009

OHNY is excited to announce the winners of the 2009 Focus on Architecture competition.  Congratulations to the winners, selected by our four judges: Sean Hemmerle, Professional Architectural and Landscape Photographer Elliott Kaufman, Architectural Photographer and Professor at Queens College; Instructor at International Center of Photography Margaret Morton, Photographer, Glass House, and Professor, The Cooper Union […]

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On Saturday, the winners of OHNY’s raffle took a tour of the famous Woolworth Building in lower Manhattan.  Cass Gilbert designed the Gothic building in 1910 and construction was completed in 1913.  The structure, at one time the tallest in the world, rises to a height of 792 feet and has 60 stories, depending on […]

This week’s Field Trip Friday brings us to a warehouse in Long Island City, the location of architect Richard Meier’s Model Museum.  OHNY staff had a chance to tour the museum in July and take a self-guided tour. The museum of Meier’s work opened in May of 2007 for what was intended to be a […]

We are back with Field Trip Fridays! Renee recently took a trip to Ai Weiwei’s Art Farm, upstate in Salt Point, NY. Designed in 2006 by HHF Architects and Chinese artist/architect, Ai Weiwei, Art Farm is a storage facility and annex to Chambers Fine Art, a New York and Beijing gallery that specializes in contemporary […]

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