by Sam Holleran and José Serrano-McClain • May 6th, 2015
Earlier this year, a group of community advisors in Queens attended a community design school to formulate proposals to reconnect Flushing Meadows Corona Park to the surrounding communities. We hear from Design Trust Fellows Sam Holleran and José Serrano-McClain and Community Advisors Esther Sánchez and Jason Chin-Fatt on how it all went down.
by Urban Omnibus • June 2nd, 2014
Request for Qualifications (RFQ) Re-envisioning Branch Libraries A project organized by the Center for an Urban Future and The Architectural...
by Urban Omnibus • October 9th, 2013
Farzana Gandhi, Anusha Venkataraman, and Gabriela Alvarez explain the motivations behind and the design for a mobile health and wellness unit, sharing how the project can use a community's traditions to help solve some contemporary challenges.
Hester Street Collaborative's Anne Frederick and Dylan House discuss a temporary pop-up public space on the Lower East Side that creates an asset for the neighborhood while informing and building momentum for the design of a future permanent park.
by Terri Chiao and Deborah Grossberg Katz • November 11th, 2009
Deborah Grossberg Katz and Terri Chiao explore how small-scale design can address broader social issues through their research on the systemic cycle of homelessness in the city.
by Urban Omnibus • November 6th, 2009
So, Mayor Bloomberg will be mayor for a third term. What will this mean for the architecture, planning and urban...