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GUIDE TO CONTEMPORARY NEW YORK CITY ARCHITECTURE
February 22, 2012
This essential walking companion and guide features 200 of the most notable buildings and spaces constructed in New York's five boroughs since 2000. Projects include the High Line, by James Corner Field Operations/Diller Scofidio + Renfro; 100 Eleventh Avenue, by Ateliers Jean Nouvel; Brooklyn Children's Museum, by Rafael Vinoly Architects; 41 Cooper Square, by Morphosis; Poe Park Visitors Center, by Toshiko Mori Architect; and One Bryant Park, by Cook + Fox. Grouped by neighborhood, the richly illustrated guide allows for easy, self-guided tours, with photos, maps, and directions. We joined the author for an engaging talk on some of his favorites.
John Hill is a registered architect who writes about contemporary architecture and "archi-tourism." He is the U.S. representative and editor for WorldArchitects.com and has publilshed articles in Architect Magazine, The Architect's Newspaper and eVolo, and was a contributing editor to the Chicago-based art/architecture magaizine TENbyTEN.
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