What is Organic Architecture? Organic architecture is an approach to design that focuses on natural surroundings and sustainability, promoting harmony between human habitation and the natural world. First coined by Frank Lloyd Wright, Organic Architecture limits its infringement upon nature by coexisting alongside it, blending as seamlessly as possible into the surroundings. The current exhibition… Continue reading Organic Architecture
Pearl City is only two blocks from the art museum in Boca Raton, Florida, encompassing 3 streets: Pearl, Ruby and Sapphire. It is a historically Black community founded in 1915, a decade before Boca Raton was incorporated. Boca Raton Museum of Art commissioned acclaimed photographer Reginald Cunningham to photograph Pearl City residents and their community… Continue reading Black Pearls of Pearl City
The 2021 Hampton Designer Showhouse presented by Hampton Cottages & Garden returned this year at the historic Woolley House in Southhampton. Over 20 designers created wonderful spaces with all the proceeds going to Stony Brook Southhampton Hospital. Featured image: Katherine Elizabeth Designs ceiling detail
A $1.6 billion transformation of the 1913 Beaux-Arts post office decades long project exceeded expectations of most visitors. The Moynihan Train Hall converts what used to be a mail-sorting hall inside the James A. Farley Building, formerly the General Post Office, across Eighth Avenue from Penn Station into a new home for Amtrak and LIRR… Continue reading Moynihan Train Hall Art
NYC skyline featuring the Freedom Tower.
Oculus ceiling. If you look closely you will see a faint image of the Freedom Tower.
Wythe Hotel x Indian Larry Motorcycles – Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Brooklyn Bridge in black and white.
New York Botanical Garden’s Chihuly glass exhibition throughout the grounds. Worth the trip not only to see the glass artwork but also the beautiful gardens.
Candida Höfer – Spiegelkantine III, 2000 chromogenic print. Yancey Richardson Gallery, NY.