We’d like to know what YOU think should define the pavement on the new Broadway Plazas. Share your ideas here.
Just a few feet below the surface of Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn lies the world's first subterranean railway tunnel. Watch the video.
Does the design of the hotel lend itself to these public peep shows? We asked one architecture critic for the answer. Watch the video.
Toss the chocolate hearts and red roses out the window in Studio 360's Valentine's Day Design Challenge. Click here to for details on how to enter.
The 79th Street Boat Basin is an Upper West Side Surprise
A massive renovation is underway at the United Nations. Luckily for aficionados of mid-century modern design, there is also an elaborate strategy in place to preserve and restore the complex's iconic features, keeping the U.N. looking like it's 1952.
It's been six months since West Harlem Piers Park opened, finally connecting Riverside Park to Riverbank State Park and providing an unbroken, no-dismount bike ride from the Battery to 200th Street.
The Bauhaus exhibit at MoMa has drawn huge crowds since opening in November. Check out our online tour of the show with curators Barry Bergdoll and Leah Dickerman.
Only 28 days left in 2009. Tell us what made your year. Name the best food, song, movie, book, show or cultural experience you had. We're reading your choices on WNYC this month.
Interaction with architecture isn't limited to New York. Using three-D projection, Urbanscreen makes a German building shift, expand...and dream.
iPhones and mobile devices have changed the way we navigate the city. Apps like Google Maps and Yelp put an unprecedented amount of information about the city at one’s fingertips.
Architect and illustrator Matteo Pericoli says that we don't choose our window views, they choose us. In his new book, "The City Out My Window - 63 Views on New York," he meticulously draws the window views of 63 New Yorkers, both famous and ordinary.