gehry/brooklyn, housing in macro and micro

Nathan Glazer pens a book on a topic I wish I wrote on, and Charles Taylor writes the response I wish I had written (ditto for Jonathan Lethem’s Slate piece, in which he calls it a ‘trojan horse’). Gehry’s monster project will shape beloved Brooklyn in a way that no other project has since the Navy Yard. Speaking of buildings, I had a great time a few weeks ago at MoMAs Home Delivery exhibit. It touched my fond architectural memories, and got me excited about teaching Urban Sociology later this week (only later in the semester will we be talking about temporary spaces and cultures).


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