One series of photographs by Peter Baker, caught my attention for its acute sensitivity to the interplay between individuals and the built environment.
Composer Arvo Pärt and the architectural firm Snøhetta provided New Yorkers with the opportunity to just stand still and listen.
Into an atmosphere of Moses disfavor and a nascent, outspoken preservation movement entered modernist Paul Rudolph. It is through his drawings that the Lower Manhattan Expressway has come to life. An exhibit at Cooper Union, organized by the Drawing Center, provides a much-needed reminder of Rudolph’s breadth of vision for Lower Manhattan.