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.More
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.More
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.More
The 2014 International Pillow Fight Day went down in Washington Square Park, NYC this past Saturday.More
This week we profile Untapped Cities contributor Bhushan Mondkar, an architect who has taken us deep into the bowels of the Second Avenue Subway, for a ride on the holiday vintage train and swing party in NYC, and documented the construction of 4 WTC from start to finish.
What’s your “day job”?
I work as an Architectural …More
Using the Second Avenue subway design as a starting point, a recent panel discussed the future of intelligent design and transit in NYC.More
Working alongside the MTA architecture team for the Second Avenue Subway line is MTA Arts for Transit, commissioning new murals for the future subway lineMore
Through video and photos, we’ve captured the 2013 Nostalgia Express trains and vintage swing party along the M subway line in NYC.More
A new Second Avenue Subway Community Information Center is opened by the MTA to answer questions and satisfy the curiosity of New Yorkers about the long project.More
Architect Bhushan Mondkar, formerly at Studio Daniel Liebeskind, reflects on construction of 4 WTC over the past five years with his accompanying photographsMore
Plans for a nest or bowl in the sky, dubbed Spur, are unveiled for the third and final section of NYC’s famous elevated park, The High Line.More
From Next New York, a look at reforms in zoning, air rights and development to improve the livability of communities and accommodate an expanding population.More