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SeaGlass Carousel Tops Out

SeaGlass Carousel Tops Out

SeaGlass Carousel is both a neighborhood landmark and a symbol of resilience and strength

April 2013
RFP: Governors Island

RFP: Governors Island

New York City is betting on Governors Island as a premier destination for tourism, culture, and business

February 2013
Neptune Calling

Neptune Calling

Waves and Sweet & Salt are two new books dealing with the topic of the ocean

February 2013
The Red Pool

The Red Pool

Ruy Ohtake's Hotel Unique is known for its daring use of color

February 2013
Engaging with Gowanus

Engaging with Gowanus

The community gets a say in the Gowanus Canal project.

January 2013
SOM's Great Lakes Century Project Wins New Accolades

SOM's Great Lakes Century Project Wins New Accolades

The first dramatic foray into the revival of the Great Lakes region wins AIA award.

January 2013
Places That Work: London's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion

Places That Work: London's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion

The 2012 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion provides both prospect and refuge.

January 2013
Waterfronts and Preservation: Are They at Odds?

Waterfronts and Preservation: Are They at Odds?

December 2012
I am a Climate Refugee

I am a Climate Refugee

A refugee from Hurricane Sandy discusses climate-related issues that will plague costal cities in the future.

December 2012
The Ocean Wins, Again

The Ocean Wins, Again

We all need to rethink development along coastlines.

December 2012

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