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From Mission House Landmark to Cultural Catalyst: How Adaptive Reuse Created a World-Class Venue at Fotografiska New York

By Theresa M. Genovese For decades, New Yorkers walking up storied Park Avenue from Union Square would find a compelling sight on the corner of 22nd Street: an exuberantly detailed, six-story Flemish Renaissance Revival building, landmarked and quietly waiting for a new purpose. Designed in...

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Moynihan Train Hall: A Conversation with Colin Koop of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Editor's Note: For more on Moynihan Train Hall and its part in the legacy of Pennsylvania Station, read a Q&A between Tom Mayes and Holly Leicht on A project decades in the making, the new Moynihan Train Hall opened to Amtrak and Long Island Rail Road passengers in...

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Meeting the Challenges of the Richardson Olmsted Campus

By Corey Fabian-Barrett (Borenstein) The first time I stood in front of the Richardson Olmsted Campus in Buffalo, New York, it wasn’t hard to imagine the bustling hospital it had once been. It was a bitterly cold day in early 2016, and the site was alive with construction workers, plasterers...

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Winter 2011 Forum Journal: Broadening Perspectives

The articles in the Winter 2011 issue of the Forum Journal can be described in six simple words: next, ordinances, habitat, Jane, murals, and beer! An eclectic set of terms, but one that represents six complex and engaging articles that reach into very different areas of preservation practice....