Tatiana Bilbao brings empathy to the task of designing low-cost housing, overturning convention as a result
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The Bronx Music Hall, to be built as part of an affordable housing complex in the Melrose neighborhood, will celebrate the borough’s diverse sounds.
Mr. Schumacher advocated a market-based, gentrifying approach to housing that would effectively displace working-class, lower-income, residents from city centers.
This Brooklyn neighborhood is joining East Harlem and six other districts that Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration will try to rezone to accommodate more housing.
Mr. Aravena, who has focused on low-cost social housing and reconstructing after natural disasters, received the honor as Chile emerges as a locus of noteworthy architecture.
An American who went to the Caribbean and stayed forever.
Parking lots can be turned into development sites to expand and improve affordable housing in New York City, three fellows at the Institute for Public Architecture propose.
Mike Franklin was one of the first to see the potential of downtown Hyattsville amid the clutter of car dealerships, fast-food joints and laundromats.
His Franklins Restaurant, Brewery and General Store (complete with penny candy, children’s books and toys) has been a fixture on Route 1 for more than two decades. Almost single-handedly, Franklin created an oasis of civility in a landscape where for years neither fine dining nor fun dining was easy to find.