A new (daytime) project to explore the city…
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Fun & games from the world of modeling.
New York City’s privately owned public spaces need to be documented. Can you help?
This pisses me off.
Memories of my first computer.
Sectionality is beautiful and educational.
Advice for those studying architecture.
The Project Neon show opens Friday the 23rd at the City Reliquary.
Great architectural vignettes made from found objects by Toronto photographer David Trautrimas.
Miscellaneous design links for your weekend enjoyment & edification.
Too many things are something less than well designed. But I’m here to help with some suggestions for one cool little gizmo.
Did you think cool drop ceiling tiles were impossible? MIO will change your mind.
A law school website with insights for architectural education.
Just a quick note to say that you can see my neon photos on the New Yorker blog.
Project Neon is the talk of the town!
A brief guide to the way of Kickstarter.
A design detail gets the scientific treatment.
Meanwhile, on Design Observer…
There’s a fellow who is drawing all the buildings in New York, and he’s having a show (opens Wednesday).
The first point of this list from the New York Times (2007) kind of disturbs me a bit, I have to say.
Here’s one way for an architect to make a buck. Or rather, a nickel.
Wow, there is a Flickr group for everything, including every single part of a building, from bricked up doorways to belfries (apparently belfries are less popular). Also, everything on the street & sidewalk from double yellow lines to manhole covers Again: wow.
Awesome Filmore Place in Williamsburg may get landmarked, according to the Municipal Arts Society.
Herewith, the Book Cover Archive Presents an archive of book cover designs and designers, for the purpose of appreciation and categorization.
The sun always shines in architecture magazines.
“The calls go out to the architects: pencils down.”
Yet another good reason to make sure everyone has safe sidewalks. Even out in the ‘burbs.
The New York Daily News stole the Empire State Buiding! …but they gave it back, so it’s OK.