Monthly Archives: August, 2012

We would like to introduce Kristen Chin, our Volunteer Coordinator for the 2012 OHNY Weekend. Kristen grew up on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. After graduating with a dual B.A. in Architectural Studies and Studio Art from Brown University, she went on to complete her Master of Architecture degree at Parsons School of Design. She has previous […]

Last week, OHNY intern Elis wrote about Christ Church New Brighton, her first stop on a tour of Staten Island’s North Shore. For this week’s Field Trip Friday, Elis writes about the New York Chinese Scholar’s Garden, a garden of the Staten Island Botanical Garden located in the Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden, […]

Wythe Hotel   Don’t miss out on a chance to explore this new addition to this year’s OHNY Weekend! The Wythe Hotel, a true gem in Williamsburg, opened its doors this past May 2012. Designed by Morris Adjmi Architects, the hotel exudes the same edgy Brooklyn style as the neighborhood where it resides. Housed in […]

When Open House New York was founded fifteen years ago, its mission was very simple: to give the public the opportunity to experience the architecture of New York. And over the past decade and a half, most of us have tended to focus on the architecture, but the opportunity for experience has always been as important to […]

OHNY is dedicated to engaging New York City’s residents and visitors with the City’s best architecture, design, culture and history in all corners of the city. So we were excited to form a partnership with MyBlockNYC, an online interactive video sharing site, for the 2012 OHNY Weekend. Brian Paccione, a film student at Columbia and Manager […]

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