Nearly one year after announcing plans to demolish Lehman Hall, Barnard has contracted an architecture firm to build a teaching and learning facility in Lehman’s place.
From the island’s oldest house to its smallest museum, the 2013 OHNY Weekend will offer a visual feast of architectural gems and oddities.
Our glorification of the Core's thinkers omits the destruction left in their wake.
How does the configuration of space at Columbia impact the nature of our relationships?
The majority of the resolution was approved without controversy, but the local community board successfully petitioned against upzoning, or loosening the height restrictions on buildings, one block of 145th Street.
The city's rezoning proposal, which is roughly five years in the making, is the first major effort to rezone West Harlem since 1961.
The libraries consist of several bookshelves attached to the inside of the phone booths and built around the phone itself, leaving callers uninhibited while giving them a selection of books to peruse.
The $68 million facility will be located on Haven Avenue and 171st Street, two and a half blocks north of the heart of CUMC’s main campus, and will be used primarily for classroom and training space.
Tafel studied with Wright at his studio, and worked on such iconic Wright projects as Fallingwater. Now, his personal collection and $100,000 have been given to Avery.
Speaking to a nearly packed house at Riverside Church, GSAPP professor Andrew Dolkart told colorful stories about the history of Morningside Heights, saying the neighborhood has earned a place in the history books.
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