Philip Johnson’s sculpture gallery gets renovated; What can NY learn from Barcelona’s superblocks?

Posted On Mon, October 3, 2016 By

Posted On Mon, October 3, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Is it your First Amendment right to hang political signs in the window at a condo, co-op, or rental? [NYT]
  • A wine vineyard with a rooftop farm is coming to Staten Island. [DNAinfo]
  • In Barcelona, the city is creating “superblocks” that will limit vehicles, thereby lessening congestion and pollution and adding more public space for pedestrians. [NYT]
  • New photo exhibit explores the Hudson Valley’s abandoned ruins. [Untapped]
  • Philip Johnson’s sculpture gallery, on the grounds of his Glass House, got a complete renovation. [designboom]

Images: Philip Johnson sculpture gallery via Lane Coder (L); A Barcelona superblock via Ajuntament de Barcelona (R)




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