Residents of NYC's Lower East Side could hardly believe their ears when they heard about a new proposal to create a permanent Greyhound bus stop at Seward Park, which is the nation's oldest playground. If
If you're in New York this fall, keep your eyes peeled for artist Leo Villareal's glowing, 30-foot tall "Buckyball" sculpture made of 180 LED tubes. Villareal will be bringing his luminous creation to NYC
Interested in learning more about how to create awesome interiors out of reclaimed materials? Head over to Build It Green's Gowanus location tonight for a special visit from Joanne Palmisano, the author
Whether you're an architecture buff or just someone who enjoys beautiful green space, it's hard not to get excited about Louis I. Kahn's Four Freedoms Park, which will be opening soon on Roosevelt Island
Are you as excited about seeing Wendy as we are? The 3,000 sq. ft. spiky-armed, smog-eating sculpture by HWKN is almost complete in the yard of MoMA PS1 and will be opening to the public next week. But if
HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY!
We applaud all of you devoted sons and daughters who diligently planned what they would be doing for their moms in advance. But what about the rest of us procrastinators? Don't panic!
Big news out of the Big Apple: Cornell University announced last night that Thom Mayne of Morphosis Architects will design the first of three net-zero academic buildings on its new applied sciences campus
Laced with 7,000 vibrant orchids, ferns, and other flora, Patrick Blanc's bevy of spectacular vertical gardens is now on display at the New York Botanical Garden's Annual Orchid Show. Blanc transformed
At the unveiling Fisker chairman and founder Henrik Fisker stated "Fisker started this conversation about extended range vehicles. In 2007 no one was talking about extended range electric vehicles. This
It's happened to all of us: You're racing down a busy Manhattan street, jonesing for sugary baked goods, but with no time to pop into a bodega to satisfy the craving. NYC-based bakery Sprinkles Cupcakes
Fall/Winter 2012 New York Fashion Week has come to a close (don't worry though; Fashion Week will of course be back in September). Take a look back at some of the most memorable designs on display in NYC
Looking for some inspiration to renovation their 1,500-square-foot New York City apartment for them and their 10-year-old son, Melissa Marks and Vicente Caride, called in I-Beam Design for help, and with
Assembly New York debuted its minimalist new womenswear collection in an understated venue in the Lower East Side at New York Fashion Week. The Fall/Winter 2012 collection, designed Greg Armas and Claire