by Urban Omnibus • November 14th, 2012
Fashion designer Yeohlee Teng and architect Joerg Schwartz discuss their involvement in an initiative to demonstrate the importance of the fashion industry to New York City, and to preserve and strengthen the efficiencies and vitality of its core.
by Urban Omnibus • October 3rd, 2012
Christopher Payne -- whose photographs have documented abandoned structures, obsolete industrial processes, and American craftsmanship -- discusses photography's potential to remind us of our disappearing histories.
by Caitlin Blanchfield • September 19th, 2012
Caitlin Blanchfield looks at how a historic shipbuilding facility is fostering a new culture of industry in New York, one informed by a sophisticated understanding of local dynamics, regional economics, and global challenges.
by Urban Omnibus • May 16th, 2012
The CEO of the city’s first non-profit industrial developer discusses how his organization creates space for a new generation of urban manufacturing in New York City.
The Omnibus Roundup – Zuccotti POPS, MetroCard Use, Ferry Expectations, CAT Scans for Cities, Ward and MTA Manufacturing
by Urban Omnibus • October 21st, 2011
ZUCCOTTI POPS Jerold S. Kayden has written two opinion pieces about the spatial and legal ramifications of Occupy Wall Street’s...
by Urban Omnibus • April 22nd, 2011
HUMAN IMPACT ON THE EARTH It’s Earth Day! First up, take a look at this series of maps and graphics...
by Urban Omnibus • April 1st, 2011
Happy April Fool's Day! For a little urban planning humor, be sure to check out Planetizen's April 1st Edition -- who knew those guys were so funny? . INTERNATIONAL OBSCURA DAY For its second annual International Obscura Day, Atlas Obscura offers excursions into unexpected corners of world cities -- New York, of course, included. On April 9th, you have the chance to explore the inside of the Catacombs at the Greenwood Cemetery, tour the Ghost ships...