The Four Seasons restaurant has been in the Seagram Building since 1959. (My first New York City job was a host there in 1980, btw) Now the power lunch ... See the Rest
#AnyReservations?: Aby Rosen Asked for $3.68 Million PER YEAR in Rent. Now, The Four Seasons Is Closing Its Doors
July 8, 1906- Phillip Johnson is one of my favorite figures in the exalted field of Architecture, one of my passions. 20th century American architecture is my focus. I write that as I realize that my favorite structure on our pretty planet is the 13th century ... See the Rest
For the world's top Starchitects, museums get press and private homes pay the big bucks, but hotels are a unique way to let the public experience the work. From public spaces and pools to luxurious suites, these 10 hotels listed are architecture nerd heaven. See the Rest
#WhatTheFrick?: Nearly EVERYONE Seems To Be Against the Frick’s Expansion, But Is It Really THAT Bad?
NYC's Frick Collection has a controversial expansion plan, which involves replacing a ... See the Rest
Every year since 2000 a chosen architect designs a folly pavilion that is erected near the See the Rest
It seems that ... See the Rest