by A.E. Souzis • October 19th, 2015
“You are a group that does not want to be together; I will call you a horde.” I am holding...
Watch and listen as the cast iron facades of SoHo become instruments in the Concerto for Buildings, and hear from percussionist Kevin Moran and composer Paula Matthusen on what it's like to make music with the city.
The winter thaw always uncovers new or forgotten things, so this week we bring you a special post-thaw roundup featuring vacant lot and home sales in Newark and Long Island, the Department of Environmental Protection's battle with wet wipes, the future of open space in Williamsburg, and essays on black lives and architecture.
Roundup — FAR ROC, Liquid City, Fruit Streets, Finding Quiet, a Built Legacy, and Masterpieces of the Everyday
by Urban Omnibus • July 19th, 2013
FAR ROC FINALISTS The finalists for phase one of FAR ROC, a design ideas competition, were announced yesterday. In the...
Roundup — Subway Maneuvers, Transit Illustrates Inequity, Noise Mapped, Ferry Futures, Sandy Updates, and Low Rise High Density
by Urban Omnibus • April 19th, 2013
SUBWAY MANEUVERS A draft study produced by the MTA’s Transportation Research Board chronicles straphangers’ highly calculated positioning in subway cars...