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CLOG:BIG

I’m very exciting to finally announce the official launch of CLOG. This is a publication I’ve started with 5 other to take a closer look at singular topics important in architecture at the moment. Our first issue is on Bjarke … Continue reading

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Holding Pattern

Last year’s PS1 Young Architect’s set up was hard to miss. News about dancing poles was popping up everywhere, and as fictitious as they sounded, the poles really did bring a lively sense of movement to museum’s courtyard. This year, … Continue reading

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Kimmelman to Replace Ouroussoff

Michael Kimmelman’s name had been floating around as a possible Ouroussoff replacement for a few weeks, but his appointment was finally made official a few days ago. While Kimmelman has primarily served as an art critic at the paper, he … Continue reading

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News Alert: Ouroussoff Leaving the New York Times

According to reports from Architect’s Newspaper, Nicolai Ouroussoff has announced that he is leaving the New York Times!  It’s worth reading AN’s brief report if only for their mention of Ouroussoff submitting his own Pulitzer nomination package this year. I … Continue reading

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Open House: Droog with Diller Scofidio + Renfro

Last summer, I took a detour on my trip to Huntington , LI and decided to visit Levittown. I was surprised to find it almost unrecognizable. Gone were the rows of identical houses, and I instead found street after street … Continue reading

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Foreclosed: an examination of American housing

Sometimes, critics do their best work when teamed with practitioners. In 2009, MoMA organized a workshop examining New York City’s rising water levels. The two-month program, Rising Currents, gave five interdisciplinary teams the task of re-envisioning the city’s coastlines and … Continue reading

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Present Tense: The 2011 D-Crit Conference

If you’re interested in criticism and design, RSVP for tomorrow’s D-Crit conference, Present Tense! The conference, which will take place at the Visual Arts Theater on 23rd street from 1:00-8:00pm, is moderated by documentary film producer Adam Harrison Levy, and features The New … Continue reading

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