Tag: New York
Dezeen Wire: New York Times architecture reporter Michael Kimmelman gives a glowing account of the efforts being made by New York City's Department of Design and Construction to revitalise degraded public buildings and infrastructure.
He points to "a quiet revolution reshaping the city’s public architecture," adding that careful investment is having a positive impact on neighbourhoods that are often overlooked - The New York Times
Dezeen Wire: the completed National September 11 Memorial designed by Israeli-American architect Michael Arad opens on Sunday in New York, exactly ten years after almost 3000 people were killed in terrorist attacks across America.
In anticipation of the event, Ted Loos of the New York Times describes Arad's turbulent design process, Karen Matthews writes about Arad's rapid rise in profile for Associated Press and Tina Susman of the Los Angeles Times reports on the architect's battle against controversy. More »
Pop-up shops might be commonplace in retail but would you consider getting married in a pop-up chapel made of cardboard? More »
Dezeen Wire: architecture critic Rowan Moore takes a look at the "impressive – if exhausting – spectacle" of the Ground Zero 9/11 memorial, ahead of its opening next month - The Guardian
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