At the Center of Architecture is the exhibit QueensWay Connection: Elevating the Public Realm' showcasing winners of the 6th Biennial Design Ideas Competition
The AIA boat tour around Manhattan is a great way way to experience NYC's waterways with hors d'oeuvres, a glass of Champagne and the cool wind in your hair
There are few spaces in this world that invoke feelings which cannot be described in words. Deep down in the bedrock of lower Manhattan, the National 9/11 museum is one such space.
On our annual pilgrimage into the Second Avenue Subway, we once again descend into the "Thunderdome" 200 feet under one of America's densest neighborhoods.
At a panel discussion at the Center for Architecture, urban planner and architects discussed new techniques for making our cities resilient, and what NYC can learn from Copenhagen.
The 2014 International Pillow Fight Day went down in Washington Square Park, NYC this past Saturday.
This week we profile Untapped Cities contributor Bhushan Mondkar, an architect who has taken us deep into the bowels of
Using the Second Avenue subway design as a starting point, a recent panel discussed the future of intelligent design and transit in NYC.
Working alongside the MTA architecture team for the Second Avenue Subway line is MTA Arts for Transit, commissioning new murals for the future subway line
Through video and photos, we've captured the 2013 Nostalgia Express trains and vintage swing party along the M subway line in NYC.