Mark A-to-Z: N is for New York City

Jenga Building by Herzog & de Meuron. Photo Alexander Severin Architectural

The City is filled to the brim with architectural heritage, and it continues to grow, sleepless night after sleepless night. From Herzog & de Meuron’s new high-rise building to the High Line, will we ever run out of things to write about? Doubt it. Dynamic and delirious, NYC lures us back time and time again. Here are five of our articles on New York City.

The raw interior of Herzog & de Meuron's jenga building has been revealed
Photo Alexander Severin Architectural

NEW YORK CITY – Sparkly and shiny domestic properties are very nice for living in but often don't make the most interesting of subjects to critique.


West8 landscape architects sculpt the New York experience

Photo Schenck / West8

NEW YORK CITY – Governors Island has been derelict for decades. After a substantial redesign by landscape designer Adriaan Geuze, the archipelago is worth a visit.


Students receive vertical learning in Manhattan
Photo Iwan Baan

NEW YORK CITY – The Vagelos Education Center by Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Gensler features a 14-storey cascade for informal study.


National 9/11 Memorial Museum Entrance Pavilion by Snøhetta
Photo Jeff Goldberg / ESTO

NEW YORK CITY – The National 9/11 Memorial Museum is the latest project to be finished on the grounds of New York's World Trade Center.


Collective-LOK unveils a new veiled space
Photo Cameron Blaylock

NEW YORK CITY – Three American designers collaborate on a new space entitled Screen Play, which employs sliding partitions, as well as an unusually-shaped floor plan.

You can see all of our New York projects here.

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