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Shumi Bose is an architectural writer and researcher. She is currently working between London and New York.
by Shumi Bose • Sep 1 2010
As I recover from the intense heat and severe foot-pounding of the XIIth Venice Biennale of Architecture, I’m at something...
by Shumi Bose • Jun 2 2010
Natural disasters: how can we improve? Panel discussion with Martin Bell OBE, Dame Barbara Stocking (Oxfam GB) & Cameron Sinclair...
by Shumi Bose • Jun 25 2009
Wandering around the industrial landscape of Gowanus, with its odd mix of tire shops, taxi yards and enterprising creative hives, often yields pleasant surprises (omnibus-enabled birdhouses, for example). At the moment, one such surprise is a poetic exposition of the
by Shumi Bose • Jun 4 2009
The sun beamed through broken cloud last weekend on the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the West Harlem Piers Park, at 132nd...
by Shumi Bose • May 9 2009
So Brooklyn is (one of) the “bloggiest” place in America (see endnote) – a fact verified and positively fêted at Thursday night's Brooklyn Blogfest, now in its robust fourth year. Here was the opportunity to put faces to the blogs based in this truly outspoken borough, and more than 300 digerati emerged to revel in each other at The Powerhouse Arena in DUMBO.