Goodbye to Jon Stewart
Superbowl Stuff: The Locker Rooms
Arizona Cardinals
EXPO Milan 2015: USA Pavilion
HAUS. Luxury Private Residences
Brooklyn Library
Harley-Davidson Museum
Time Out New York: New York's Best Best Made Co.!
Pizza Vinoteca
AD France Photos Montauk Houses
NYC Probation Resource Hubs 2.0
Oceanfront Residence
NYC Dept. of Probation Hubs
Corian Design Center
Koch Institute Gallery
Sten-Frenke House
The Glass House
Oceanfront Guest House
Biber Architects
Devonshire Residence
New Offices!
JBF LTD Pop-up Restaurant
Spruce Residence
La Salsa
Newark Gateways
Macaulay Honors College
Muzak Headquarters
Weeds Showtime Showhouse
John Bull & Uncle Sam
Corian ICFF Exhibit
Kimbell Museum DFW
Stay Cool
AIGA Headquarters
Elevator Gallery
Time Capsule 2000
Fashion Center
The Globe
Mesa Grill
Westport Residence
Sex in Design
Sagaponack Houses
Aberdeen Residence
Work Loft
Preview Center
I Want to Take You Higher
Aspen Residence
Taco Bueno
American Museum of Natural History
Plus One Fitness
Grand Army Plaza
Gotham Bar & Grill
Wooster Street Loft
Voting Booth Project
Bayside Residence
UPS World Services
Greens Farm Residence
Pentagram Design
JEHT Foundation
Armonk Residence
Bausch & Lomb
Sullivan's Restaurant
Fashion District
Loft Residence
The Good Diner
Tribeca Residence
TKTS Booth
Route 66
The Power of Maps
Mohawk Fine Paper
Bolo Restaurant
Center for Creative Photography
Mesa City
Clerc Watches
Designing the Taxi
Eric Baker Design
Mike's American
600 Columbus Ave.
DTA Telephone Booth
Stein Rogan & Partners
Elvis is in the Building
Gray Construction
Judson Grill
Koppel & Scher
Central Park West Residence
N & B
Retroneu/ Farberware
Best Made Co.
There it Begins
Fashion Center Icon
Nesting Book Stands
Covello Senior Center
European Solidarity Center
DoP Centers
Fashion Center BID
Wired Table
USA EXPO Pavilion Announced!
OHNY Studio Tour
Rhinebeck Net Zero House
Roughs to Reality
McMaster House
Moleskine, A Week in the Life
I ♥ Farnsworth
PLAY Fabric
White House Redux
Swiss Army House
Vertical Zoo
Kennedy Institute for the US Senate
WE, Wie, W/E
Warped Table
Levitation Cabinet
8E12 Bed
Montauk Additions
Drum Nightsatnds
Webbed Sofa
Storage Shelves
POLIMI talk on USA Pavilion
Architecture & Death
Happy Birthday to US
What is an Expo?
Le Corbusier Le Cabanon on his birthday
Eileen Gray at 135
Love Letter to a Cantilever
Vestige(s) of Empire
The View from (Google) Earth
Why Small Houses (Still) Matter
Pictures of Pictures
I ♥ Pen(cil)s
Goodbye Mesa Grill
A Letter to George
James Biber, in a new film
10 Years After
Technocrat Priest
Identity Crisis
The Greatest Grid
Design Matters
Defrosting the Hamptons
The London Telegraph
Designers & Books
Casabella 805
Taste Matters with Mitchell Davis
Biber Architects moves...sideways
Sol Lewitt, meet Emery Roth
Goodbye MHT
The Architecture of Identity
Morality & Architecture
How I Became a Designer
Leaving Pentagram
The Russian Garbo
Some Watches
On Memory and Architecture Even the Futurists had to react against something; history, memory, the past, the present. While the artist may invent entirely new expressions, the architect is inextricably bound to memory. [more]
The Importance of Public Space
Monica Pidgeon 1913-2009
Glass House Conversations The Glass House was radical beyond imagination in 1949, but if created today it might seem tame, or just another house in Dwell magazine... [more]
Waffle House
Paperclips of Gold
The Architecture of Identity II
Architecture & Identity An Illustrated Talk given online to the Northwest University Architecture Club. [more]
Modern Views
The Glass House Sketchbook
Architect Magazine
Harley-Davidson Under Construction
The Harley-Davidson Museum
100 Ideas for NY
010 What We've Lost There is so much built history lost in New York, often replaced by the very buildings we now adore. Historical viewing binoculars throughout the city would connect then and now... [more]
007 Taxi Offices Often, when asked where I am calling from, I say “my little yellow office”... [more]
015 Dating Cars on the Subway Subway cars could be the new bars, without the minimum cover charge and all the loud music... [more]
023 Collapsible Bike Helmets The overwhelming success of the Citibike program notwithstanding, the issue of helmets is vexing... [more]
013 Taxi Ratings Everyone prefers a safe, fast, odorless cab with a driver who knows the city. In the market economy this would mean that the A-rated driver could demand a higher rate... [more]
022 Street Clocks It is hopelessly sentimental and, with cell phones everywhere, probably completely unnecessary, but... [more]
017 Park Avenue Needs a Park The length of the Park Avenue median was once a walkable, sinuous path. It made sense to call it Park Avenue... [more]
021 Blueprint Streets The city should make much of itself visible: government (transparent, ideally), construction sites (papered with schedules)... [more]
016 Chess Games on the Subway We should encourage geniuses to go underground for rolling chess games... [more]
008 Barcelona Chairs for Parks Parks need furniture out on those lawns, but it has to be robust & secure; in short, it needs to be bulletproof... [more]
020 Hybrid Taxis The only vehicles that should be aimlessly cruising the streets should be hybrids, or better yet, electric... [more]
019 Sidewalk Benches Somehow nearly all the benches in The City are related to parks, or to the extremely odd medians on upper Broadway... [more]
018 Street Lighting for People Cobra head fixtures (and they are nearly as dangerous as they sound) are the standard fare for City streets... [more] Mike Bodge and Matthew Haggerty have taken our idea of subway dating cars and put it online... [more]
Tourist Lanes Redux A letter to The New Yorker on the occasion of the Tourist Lane cover by Bruce McCall... [more]
014 Interactive Subway Maps If Google Maps, iPhones and every GPS can do it, how hard can it be to make it work where you really need the help? Large scale interactive subway maps could make the most complicated system in the world easy to negotiate... [more]
012 Motorcycle Lanes on Avenues They are not bicycles. They are not cars. But they may be the worst of each... [more]
100 Ideas in PRINT
011 Free Ferries to All Boroughs Ferries and other craft once plied the city's waterways in such numbers that the water was more crowded than the land... [more]
009 Beach Streets Filling a few local streets with sand for the summer and declaring them “Beach Streets” would bring a bit of summer to The City’s interior... [more]
006 Bike Loops Everywhere Bicycles are among the best ways to see The City, but bike racks are never in the right place... [more]
005 Automated Garbage Garbage collection, in spite of the white trucks and Helvetica, has to be the worst job in New York... [more]
004 Beautiful Traffic Lights The original NY traffic signals were monumental Beaux Arts platforms standing in the middle of the avenues where police manually changed signage... [more]
003 Glass Manhole Covers Like life under the oceans, more than half of The City is underground... [more]
002 Free Citywide Wi-Fi While it was once enough to get radio and television broadcasts for free, we now need free Wi-Fi... [more]
001 Sidewalk Tourist Lanes NY would wither without tourists, but they do drive us crazy... [more]
Jeff Greenspan's Tourist Lanes
Urban Field Glass Project