Photographer Stanley Greenberg’s new book takes as its subjects those aspects of Olmsted landscapes that took decades to come into their own — the trees.
San Diego’s Parks Come Alive With Art
In a new six-month-long citywide arts initiative, 18 site-specific artworks are being installed throughout 28 parks in San Diego.
Celebrate 150 Years of Brooklyn’s Prospect Park with 19th-Century Stereograms
Contrast the 19th century to the present day through stereoscopic photographs of Brooklyn’s Prospect Park, which opened in 1867 and is celebrating its 150th birthday.
12 NYC Architecture and Design Organizations Demand Protection of Public Space
Twelve New York City organizations signed a letter that encourages Mayor Bill de Blasio to protect and expand public space for free expression.
The Homes, Parks, and Towns that Shaped the United States’ Built Environment
The built environment of the United State was constructed on grand ideas, including parks that inspired morality, towns designed to curb strikes, and homes that offered everyone their own slice of the land.
Restoring Central Park’s 19th-Century Arches to Combat Its Traffic Chaos
Two Central Park pedestrians were killed in collisions with bicycles last year, devastating signs of the increasing chaos of its intersections.
A Building That Almost Disappears
This mirage-like structure is Sou Fujimoto’s winning proposal for the Taiwan Tower International Competition. Designed for Taichung in west-central Taiwan, the unusual park rises 1,000 feet above the cityscape.