Monthly Archives: October, 2015

Open House New York’s Monograph in Motion, which kicked off this past spring, is an ongoing series of public tours that celebrates the work of design firms that have had a significant impact on New York City’s built environment. Monograph in Motion tours look at how architects’ larger ideas about design and urbanism are expressed […]

TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport on Sunday, October 18, 2015. Photo by Nicolas Lemery Nantel.   Tens of thousands of New Yorkers – along with visitors from across the country and around the world – came together this year for the 2015 Open House New York Weekend, crisscrossing the five boroughs in celebration of […]

Tomorrow, on the Saturday of OHNY Weekend (Oct. 17), urban wonks will have an extraordinary opportunity to visit two of the most important buildings in New York City government: City Hall and the Manhattan Municipal Building. Open Access to City Hall has been organized by the Public Design Commission, the official design review agency that […]

Dear Friends: It is a great pleasure to send greetings to everyone attending the 13th Annual Open House New York Weekend. As a hub of innovation and the arts, New York has a long and storied architectural history, and our city has always been at the forefront of advancements in the field of urban planning […]

The 1950s and 60s were a period of architectural experimentation, as new materials and technologies opened up a whole range of possibilities for architects and designers. At the time, New York City was in the midst of a post-war construction boom, and today the five boroughs are dotted with some truly amazing masterpieces of Mid-century […]

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