An Extremely Normal Architecture Office
Workers at Bernheimer Architecture share how and why they organized their union, and how friends and colleagues can build collective power, too.
Recent books explore the potential in underused and overdetermined spaces, from mid-century American city centers and suburban shopping malls to the current glut of vacant retail storefronts and offices.
LinkNYC failed to deliver on its promise of “bridging the digital divide.” Now, the streetside Wi-Fi kiosks are about to be souped up and supersized as 5G-transmitting towers. But is there any guarantee that New York’s under-resourced populations won’t get left behind, again?
Lost in Transit
An artist acquires a collection of unclaimed rings gathered from New York City's subway system, instigating an unconventional search for their origins and values.
From Manhattan to the banks of the Yangtze River, photographers index both the ordinary and uncanny effects of urbanization.