Introducing this year’s Prize winners with firm descriptions and project slideshows.
Featuring the philosophy and projects of the Hangzhou-based studio on the occasion of Wang Shu’s 2013 Current Work Lecture.
In the third of a series of profiles of Naturally Occurring Cultural Districts around the five boroughs, Joey de Jesus takes us on a tour of Hunts Point, Bronx, to explore how artists, activists, and educators have turned social and environmental challenges into opportunities.
A feature exploring the winning proposal, tree wood, by Toshihiro Oki Architect, now on view at Socrates Sculpture Park, and the finalists and themes of the 2013 competition.
Documenting the design, installations, and use of ten Little Free Libraries across the East Village and the Lower East Side – on view through September 1, 2013.
A look at the ongoing debate surrounding MoMA’s plans for the American Folk Art Museum building.
An investigation into a variety of building typologies to identify the ways in which these classifications have become stale, overly simplified, or misunderstood — how they have been typecast.
On April 9, 2013, Renzo Piano was awarded the Architectural League President’s Medal. To celebrate the occasion, a feature that looks back on Piano’s long relationship with the League.
Explore the eight winning firms selected to be part of the League’s annual program to recognize practices with distinct and influential design voices in the disciplines of architecture, landscape, and urbanism.
Exploring contemporary challenges in and possible solutions for creating affordable, legal, safe, comfortable, and desirable options in New York City’s housing market.
A panel discussion celebrating Ada Louise Huxtable’s impact on New York City.
April 4 – September 1, 2013 | Information about where to find the ten installations across the East Village and Lower East Side.
May 12—August 4, 2013 | The winning entry of a competition presented by the League and Socrates Sculpture Park to reinterpret the architectural folly.
Join MVVA at its office for drinks, informal conversation, and a behind the scenes look at recent and upcoming projects.
A conversation between jurors and winners of the Grand Central Terminal drawing competition.