“I would love to model all of Wright's work, but it is immense,” says architect David Romero. “I do not know if during all my life I will have time.” When Frank Lloyd Wright died in 1959, he left behind
The most famous space in the city is set to get a pedestrian-friendly redesign that will create the city’s largest garden by 2024. One of the world’s most recognizable urban spaces is slated to get a makeover.
In cities globally, street vendors are an essential source of food and provide critical income to women but recent crackdowns are threatening this lifestyle. Netflix’s hit new series “Street Food” is than
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Residential “upzoning” policies being adopted from Minneapolis to Seattle were once politically out of the question. Now they’re just politically fraught. To understand local housing politics over the
A swinging hotel just opened inside the defunct 1960s-era terminal designed by Eero Saarinen at New York’s JFK Airport. Yesterday was the opening of New York’s new TWA Hotel, the long-awaited reincarnation