Category Archives: New York City

A Room Of Their Own: MoMA’s First Exhibit On Women In Architecture And Design – Architizer

Yes, even in an exhibition called Designing Modern Women, which runs through October 2014 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, women share physical space with the men who made their work palatable to a larger consumer

A Room Of Their Own: MoMA’s First Exhibit On Women In Architecture And Design – Architizer

Yes, even in an exhibition called Designing Modern Women, which runs through October 2014 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, women share physical space with the men who made their work palatable to a larger consumer

ADFF NY 2013 Films – Sagrada – The Mystery Of Creation

Today and tomorrow you can see this incredible movie about the unique and fascinating building process of the La Sagrada Familia by Antonio Gaudi at the Architecture & Design Film Festival in Tribeca NYC @ Tribeca Cinemas 54 Varick Street

ADFF NY 2013 Films – Sagrada – The Mystery Of Creation

Today and tomorrow you can see this incredible movie about the unique and fascinating building process of the La Sagrada Familia by Antonio Gaudi at the Architecture & Design Film Festival in Tribeca NYC @ Tribeca Cinemas 54 Varick Street

Paris versus New York – in graphic form | Books | The Observer

Paris versus New York – in graphic form Playfully pitting Paris and New York against each other, graphic designer Vahram Muratyan has created a visual homage to two evocative cities.  Paris versus New York: A Tally of Two Cities, Penguin, £11.99 Paris

Paris versus New York – in graphic form | Books | The Observer

Paris versus New York – in graphic form Playfully pitting Paris and New York against each other, graphic designer Vahram Muratyan has created a visual homage to two evocative cities.  Paris versus New York: A Tally of Two Cities, Penguin, £11.99 Paris

High Over Central Park, An Artist Imagines A Floating City | Co.Design: business + innovation + design

If you are in New York City this weekend (or next weekend or the one after that) you should go to the MET and see the new roof top garden installation by Tomas Saraceno  4 | High Over Central Park,

High Over Central Park, An Artist Imagines A Floating City | Co.Design: business + innovation + design

If you are in New York City this weekend (or next weekend or the one after that) you should go to the MET and see the new roof top garden installation by Tomas Saraceno  4 | High Over Central Park,

Memories of 9/11/2001 and it’s aftermath

I was looking for some pictures today and I came across these images I took in the day, weeks and month following 9/11/  My hard drive had crashed a few years back and I thought I had lost them but

Memories of 9/11/2001 and it’s aftermath

I was looking for some pictures today and I came across these images I took in the day, weeks and month following 9/11/  My hard drive had crashed a few years back and I thought I had lost them but

Now, this is very funny. I would love to walk into a subway car and see all those Saxophones. It reminds me of Abdullah the Martian who used to ride the #1 train in the late 80’s with his sax.

Now, this is very funny. I would love to walk into a subway car and see all those Saxophones. It reminds me of Abdullah the Martian who used to ride the #1 train in the late 80’s with his sax.

You can identify poor neighborhoods from space | Grist

You can identify poor neighborhoods from space | Grist.  I noted this effect on my trip to Baltimore and Washington DC last weekend.  Most of Washington DC has lots of trees especially on the North/West side along both sides of

You can identify poor neighborhoods from space | Grist

You can identify poor neighborhoods from space | Grist.  I noted this effect on my trip to Baltimore and Washington DC last weekend.  Most of Washington DC has lots of trees especially on the North/West side along both sides of