by Urban Omnibus • June 12th, 2013
Architectural photographer Albert Vecerka discusses his photographs of Harlem with historian John Reddick, reflecting on the visual traces of social, economic, and urban change.
by Yukie Ohta • June 5th, 2013
Yukie Ohta looks at the dramatic transformation of SoHo over the past 50 years, from a center for light manufacturing, to a desolate and dangerous wasteland, to one of the most affluent neighborhoods in New York.
by Urban Omnibus • May 7th, 2013
"tree wood" by Toshihiro Oki architect — the winner of the Folly 2013 design competition, presented by the Architectural League and Socrates Sculpture Park — will be on view through August 5.
by Urban Omnibus • March 6th, 2013
Sheila Kennedy and Veit Kugel discuss integrating natural systems, material innovation, and digital technology in projects that reflect a singular and synergistic approach to architecture, infrastructure, and civic space.
In 1987, the League launched a design study to examine the potential of small-scale infill housing to contribute to the city’s affordable housing portfolio. We look back at what was proposed, and what was built instead.
Amanda Schachter and Alexander Levi, of SLO Architecture, discuss the power of long-term community engagement, their proposal for an abandoned train station, and the potential of a long neglected river to connect the Bronx and the entire city.
by Gabriel Silberblatt • December 11th, 2012
Last Monday, I attended “The Fall of the American Movie Palace,” a talk by architectural photographer Matt Lambros, hosted by...
by Urban Omnibus • October 24th, 2012
With two new sculptures now on view in New York City, artist Leo Villareal talks with us about finding inspiration in nanotechnology, creating communal experiences, and capturing the beauty and power of light.
by Sben Korsh • October 15th, 2012
The 4th Annual Architecture & Design Film Festival is coming to New York City’s Tribeca Cinemas this weekend, running from October...