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Stephen Rustow is the founding principal of SRA/Museoplan, a consulting practice working with arts institutions and design professionals on the presentation of cultural collections. An architect and urban planner, he is also a Professor of Architecture at Cooper Union and has written criticism for Praxis, JSAH and other publications. He lives in Manhattan.
by Stephen Rustow • Jun 19 2015
April 19th marked the 50th anniversary of New York City’s Landmarks Law, and the celebrations have been dignified, if a...
by Stephen Rustow • Mar 11 2015
Stephen Rustow outlines the powerful, intertwined influence of zoning, finance, and building codes on urban form through their discrete histories, objectives, and languages.
by Stephen Rustow • Dec 3 2014
In his inaugural column for Urban Omnibus, Stephen Rustow reflects on the relationship between individual pieces of architecture and our collective perception of urban landscapes in light of waning public access to the city's iconic heights, its skyscrapers.
by Stephen Rustow • Jan 29 2010
Every building, indeed every project of urban or landscape design, is a response to a multitude of questions, some intrinsic...