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a+u 519. 13:12

Urban Innovation, New York

Uitgever:a+u

  • Paperback
  • Engels, Japans
  • 144 pagina's
  • 9 dec. 2013

This special issue of a+u magazine features a comprehensive exploration of New York City’s transformation over the past decade and the changes to its recent landscape.

Through several themes – energy, waterway and climate, transportation and infrastructure, parks and public space, housing and neighbourhood, education – the main issues facing the metropolis today and in the future are addressed, presented in research and essays by Fumihiko Maki (“Modernism on the Open Sea”), Jill N. Lerner (“New York 2013: Towards a More Liveable City”) and Toshiko Mori (“Innovation and Cities”). Highlighted projects include Hudson Yards, the East Harlem School and Campbell Sports Center.

This special issue of a+u magazine features a comprehensive exploration of New York City’s transformation over the past decade and the changes to its recent landscape.

Through several themes – energy, waterway and climate, transportation and infrastructure, parks and public space, housing and neighbourhood, education – the main issues facing the metropolis today and in the future are addressed, presented in research and essays by Fumihiko Maki (“Modernism on the Open Sea”), Jill N. Lerner (“New York 2013: Towards a More Liveable City”) and Toshiko Mori (“Innovation and Cities”). Highlighted projects include Hudson Yards, the East Harlem School and Campbell Sports Center.


CONTENT:

Essay: Modernism on the Open Sea, Fumihiko Maki
 
Feature:

Urban Innovation, New York
Map of New York City
Reshaping New York
Maps of Five Cities 1:300,000
How is New York City being Rebuilt?
Recent Landscape of New York City
 
Essay: New York 2013: Towards a More Livable City, Jill N Lerner
 
Innovations and Projects
Hudson Yards
Atlantic Yards, Barclays Center / SHoP Architects
 
Chapter 1: Energy
Renewing the Use of Existing Buildings
 
Chapter 2: Waterway and Climate
Resilient City
RISING CURRENTS – Project for New York’s Waterfront / Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park
 
Chapter 3: Transportation and Infrastructure
Restructuring Existing Transit System
Times Square Reconstruction / Fulton Center / Proposals for New Penn Station
 
Chapter 4: Parks and Public space
New Approach for Public Space Administration
Brooklyn Bridge Park / Walking on the High Line from Section 1 to Section 3
 
Chapter 5: Housing and Neighborhood
Diversity in Living
Via Verde – The Green Way / My Micro NY
 
Chapter 6: Education
Intellectual and Economic Growth in Community
Columbia University Manhattaville Campus Plan
 
Essay: Innovation and Cities, Toshiko Mori
 
The East Harlem School / GLUCK+
Campbell Sports Center / Steven Holl Architects
Frieze Art Fair NYC / SO – IL
Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park / Louis I. Kahn

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