The Omnibus Roundup – phantoms, partly sunny designs, Stuy Town, the failed state and its maps, video painting
This week, Museum of the Phantom City designers Irene Cheng and Brett Snyder talked about unbuilt city visions and app inspiration with us. We now have word that Irene's appearance on Morning Edition with Soterios Johnson is set for Monday morning, October 26. So tune in and get your phantom on with NPR...
This symposium is part of the Citizens Housing & Planning Council’s broad-based investigation of housing and space standards in New York City. Read, watch, listen and respond.
Among all the other things this date evokes, it also brings reminders of broken promises, feuds and memorials at the World Trade Center site. Another anniversary we're remembering these days is... the arrival of the Dutch. Lots of exciting events going on this weekend and beyond. Especially of interest is the Pioneers of Change festival of Dutch design, fashion and architecture going down on Governor's Island through the 20th. We're gearing up for a September and
Designers reflect on how their work explores implications of ubiquitous computing for architecture and urban space.