by Rosalie Genevro and Gregory Wessner • September 19th, 2012
Gregory Wessner: I have to admit that my reaction to Common Ground, David Chipperfield’s exhibition in the Arsenale, was influenced...
Announcing a juried competition for essays that reflect on the Manhattan street grid as paradigm, rubric or muse for urban life, in honor of the 200th anniversary of the plan that established Manhattan's street grid. Deadline: February 1st, 2012
by Rosalie Genevro • November 16th, 2011
Rosalie Genevro offers a historical snapshot of Starrett City and challenges us to question conventional notions of "house" and "home" in American culture.
The Omnibus Roundup – Greatest Buildings, Pruitt-Igoe, Park Design, Moses in Song and Digging Up Brooklyn
by Urban Omnibus • January 14th, 2011
GREATEST BUILDING EVER What is the greatest building in New York? New York Magazine asked that question to a panel of noted architectural thinkers, including the League's very own executive director Rosalie Genevro and board members Robert A.M. Stern and Gregg Pasquarelli, for its recent feature The Greatest New York Ever. The "arguers" weigh in on what...
by Matthew Storrie • July 7th, 2010
Matthew Storrie recaps the first of the Architectural League's "Conversations on New York" with Alexander Garvin. Check it out and then join the League THIS THURSDAY for a rare chance to hear Dan Doctoroff and Paul Goldberger discuss the past decade of development and the challenges facing the city looking forward from 2010.
by Urban Omnibus • June 15th, 2010
Many urbanists have characterized the years leading up to the current financial crisis as a return of the big vision...