Five Boroughs in 48 Hours
- The 84-block trip south to Times Square is surprisingly speedy. But when I transfer to the 7 for the journey to Flushing–Main Street, its final stop, time slows.
- Twenty-nine years after Robert Moses’s death, the mixed legacy of New York’s über–urban planner remains inescapable.
- Like many white people of a certain age, I first visited Harlem by mistake.
- Today, in honor of the 12th anniversary of the attacks of 9/11 we take pause and give a special salute to some of our favorite coverage of NYC over the years—knowing the skyline will never be the…
- Have you always wanted to know more about Dwell's photo shoots and the amazing photographers that we get to work with? Well you're in luck!
- While my appreciation of New York’s 24-7 public transit system remains immeasurable, I am pleased, as day two begins, to catch a ride in a Parks Department Jeep to Staten Island.
The sly, striking book jackets designed by Chip Kidd have altered the face of publishing and helped us to view books as art objects, as well as literature.
- The materials most closely associated with modernism are steel and concrete but the building block of the ages is—and will likely remain—brick.