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To reimagine the Cross Bronx Expressway, and redress damage it has wrought for generations, we have to see the corridor clearly as it is today.
Where street trees have gone missing, sculptural assemblages punctuate the pavement.
Piecing together land use laws from coast to coast, the National Zoning Atlas illustrates the need for reform.
An architect faces New York City's housing crisis and climate crisis, one building at a time.
Organized labor navigates a changing climate as power plants transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy.
Urban agriculture today extends from small community gardens to commercial hydroponics. New York City seeks to cultivate its many benefits.
A half century of immigration has continuously layered new urban forms on an otherwise unremarkable landscape.
Geologic processes, local histories, and centuries of labor converge on a project suggesting new possibilities of reuse.
Viewed from the perspective of its raw material, Manhattan’s brassy Seagram Building illuminates architecture’s massive energetic and social consequences.
The material flows that feed Manhattan's iconic public spaces reveal "reciprocal landscapes" whose fates are tied together by fertilizer, pavers, and planks.