Making a tour around the Brooklyn neighborhood with a special guide is also an occasion to realize why local news still matters in the self-representation of cities.
We asked Harriet Harriss, Dean of the Pratt School of Architecture, and Quilian Riano, Assistant Dean, about the visions of the New York-based Institute, scattered between technological hybridization and eco-political engagement.
A decade ago, this part of Brooklyn went from being one of New York’s highest crime areas to one of the coolest neighborhoods in the world, thanks to its artistic scene. What remains of it today?
With Food New York, we discussed how the firm evolved its approach to work during the pandemic. And what it meant to be a New York-based studio when workers left the city.
Putting Green has opened this summer on the East River waterfront, with 18 holes designed by local community members and organizations.
Gigantic, psychedelic, hyperpop. The immersive show dedicated to the Dutch painter was the hit of the summer in New York. We visited it to find out why.
Moving, dining, and partying during the pandemic: the city rediscovers the streets. Domus continues its exploration of the most important metropolis of the United States. The second episode.
A conversation with Karen Wong about digital and in-person exhibitions, blurred boundaries, Kombucha, QR codes and more.
+ POOL, conceived a decade ago, is on its way to completion. In the meantime, many things have changed, mainly for two reasons: climate change and pandemic. We talk about it with cocreator Dong-Ping Wong.
The area through which the elevated linear park passes has been transformed very quickly and radically, becoming within a decade a city within the city.