I’ve been working on a little project for the past few weeks called Curbed Miami, and it just went live last week. Take a look at miami.curbed.com.
My latest article at The Architect’s Newspaper is on the Miami 21 zoning code. Here’s a quote: On February 9, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, the grande dame of New Urbanism, will present
This is my first article for Domus, the Italian design magazine. The fair’s selectivity brings the question of good design to some curious conclusions. A Bucky-ball bubble house, full of
Three big architectural personalities and two pavilions, in Miami: The AN Blog
New York City has been setting, backdrop, plot device, antagonist, and main character in thousands of movies, TV shows, video games, and YouTube clips since Thomas Edison invented the Kinetoscope
Here is my first blog post for The Architect’s Newspaper, on the recent “Postmodernism Revisited” Conference. A quote is below. Postmodernism, the exuberant, eclectic, and ironic style born out of
Brooklyn Bridge Park is divided in two. This long ribbon of postindustrial waterfront in central Brooklyn, passing under its namesake bridge, is being adaptively used as a new park designed