Fellows in the News

Fellows in the News
Howard Husock speaks about the origins of federal housing subsidies, their deleterious effects, and how private markets can provide housing to low-income individuals.
Fellows in the News
Miriam Peterson and Nathan Rich are designing two environmentally efficient art galleries in the Lower East Side.
Fellows in the News
WXY will design the "Made in NY Campus" in Sunset Park as part of the city's larger effort to support the film and fashion industries.
Fellows in the News
Mark Willis analyzed the impact of the changes from the suspended 421-a program to the 2017 proposed program.
Fellows in the News
Henry Grabar scrutinizes President Trump's executive order - reinstating Secure Communities and 287(g) agreements - as threats against Sanctuary Cities.
Fellows in the News
Juliette Michaelson and Tom Wright from RPA, with Guy Nordenson and Paul Lewis of Princeton University, are hosting a design competition to transform four corridor geographies within the NY-metro region.
Fellows in the News
Tucker Reed announced the founding of Totem, a real estate development company that will also venture with media and public space tech companies.
Fellows in the News
Justin Davidson reviews the redesign of Astor Place by Fellow Claire Weisz as a "distinguished" and "self-effacing" design providing a profusion of possibilities for pedestrians.
Fellows in the News
Elliott Maltby and Gita Nandan from Thread Collective offer a field guide to fences throughout New York City to show how the barriers we use define our spaces and ourselves, from the mundane to the maddening.
Fellows in the News
Forum Board Members Paul Goldberger and Michael Sorkin recount their history with and the merits of Trump Tower in an interview with Jim O'Grady from WNYC.
Fellows in the News
Louise Carroll, Class of 2016 Fellow, is a proponent of affordable housing in NYC with her work on the Inclusionary Housing Program at HPD.
Fellows in the News
Eric Fang, Class of 2016 Fellow, helped design Arverne by the Sea, the largest urban waterfront renewal site in the United States.
Fellows in the News
John Clifford, Class of 2016 Fellow, is the lead architect for Industry City, a 35-acre 'innovation ecosystem' and creative space.
Fellows in the News
Stefan Al investigates Hong Kong's vertical urbanism with "expresscalators" crisscrossing mesmerizing atriums, raising questions about architecture, city planning, culture and urban life.
Fellows in the News
Milton Puryear is advancing the development of the Brooklyn Greenway, a 14 mile route connecting neighborhoods parks along the Brooklyn waterfront.
Fellows in the News
Stephen Whitehouse is transforming New Jersey's Southwest Block 12 from a parking lot into a resilient urban park with storm-water storage.
Fellows in the News
Sam Schwartz devised the Brooklyn-Queens Connector - a much-needed connection for city commuters.
Fellows in the News
Kai-Uwe Bergman details BIG U - the second phase of the City's LMCR project.
Fellows in the News
Calvin Tsao and Zack McKown conceptualized the Living Room - a new vision for communal development in China.
Fellows in the News
Adam Lubinsky facilitated the development of the East Harlem Neighborhood Plan, a local effort to preserve affordable housing stock, open space, and the community's cultural heritage.
Fellows in the News
Navid Maqami of S9ARCHITECTURE leads the construction of The New York Wheel, the key to attracting tourists to Staten Island.
Fellows in the News
Martin Filler celebrates Alexander Gorlin's Boston Road Supportive Housing project, a lively affordable housing development in the South Bronx, as an encouraging model to confront homelessness in New York City.