Monthly Archives: April, 2015

New York is a city of many different publics; every park, every street, every traffic island is home to myriad overlapping communities, each with their own interests, customs, and needs. The mixing of people from every imaginable walk of life is what gives this city’s public realm its incomparable energy. It is New Yorkers, in […]

How are architects’ ideas about design and urbanism expressed in their buildings, and how do those ideas evolve over time, in different projects and circumstances? Open House New York announces Monograph in Motion, a new series of tours that will periodically explore the work of a single design firm to consider how its ideas about […]

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