In “The Intimate City,” Michael Kimmelman takes readers on a series of history-laden strolls through a New York City that never stops changing.
LOOK AT THAT BUILDING
The Texas capital’s oldest green space, Pease Park, gets a climate-conscious makeover — and a new city icon.
To answer NIMBY critics, this social housing project by Jean-Christophe Quinton Architecte needed to be stylish enough to fit into the affluent 6th arrondissement.
The Cloudscape of Haikou, a space-age park pavilion designed by architect Ma Yansong, uses curvilinear shapes to complement a scenic seaside location.
A creative complex in Boerum Hill by the architecture firm SO-IL offers a new spin on courtyard living.