New York Review of Architecture #41 | July/August 2024

Regular Price
Sale Price
Regular Price
Sold Out
Unit Price

In Issue 41 of New York Review of Architecture (July/August 2024), Aaron Timms portends possible futures for Sunnyside Yard; Jake Romm reflects on the Gaza solidarity encampments; Jael Goldfine tries to keep focused. Charlie Dulik critiques flip-lanthropy, and Thomas de Monchaux visits Tuscany via Wegmans.

Marianela D'Aprile gets claustrophobic at MoMA, Douglas Spencer begs to differ with Mark Foster Gage, Zain Khalid rejects millennial pessimism, and Izzy Kornblatt deconstructs the Architecture of Influence.

Hannah Williams explores a murderer's manse, Alana Pockros analyzes the algorithm, Christopher Hawthorne remembers Vincent Scully, Claudia Ross reassesses Catherine Opie, Samuel Medina chews on Stalinist confectionery, and Marco Roth flattens New York University's megalithic new omniuse complex.

270 x 405 mm, 44 pages (staple bound)

New York, US


First published in 2019

Editor: Samuel Medina

Art director: Laura Coombs

Cover: Sean Suchara