Monthly Archives: October, 2012

This past Thursday, Jailee took a break from the OHNY office to join Archtober’s tour of the building of the day: The Whitney Studio. This temporary 2-story structure was designed and built by LOT-EK and sits in the South sculpture garden, one floor below the ground level. The tour of the Whitney Studio was led […]

For this week’s Field Trip Friday, we have a guest post from architectural desginer Eric Ball who takes us into one of the processing facilities of WeRecycle! a regional company whose programs focus on the ethical recycling and management of electronic waste. On an early August morning Lauren Dykes from WeRecycle! welcomed me into their […]

In celebration of our 10th anniversary, openhousenewyork would like to give thanks to the sites and organizations that have participated in OHNY Weekend for all 10 years. Covering the four out of five boroughs, and showcasing the diversity of culture, scale and architecture in the city, these sites include: Woodlawn Cemetery (Bronx) The Green-Wood Cemetery […]

Below is a list of the tours that are now sold out. If you are on EventBrite and cannot choose a time or day in the drop down this means that the tour is sold out. -OHNY staff 7 World Trade Arup SoundLab Bank Building The Bank of America Tower Night Lighting Tour Bell Book […]

Harry F. Sinclair House (Ukrainian Institute of America)   Located in the midst of  “Museum Mile” on the Upper East Side stands an ornate, French Renaissance-style mansion modestly named the Harry F. Sinclair House. Now the home of the Ukrainian Institute of America, this massive historical building was first constructed in 1898 by a renowned […]

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