by W-Architecture | Posted 11/10/2014 8:17 AM
Last Wednesday, November 5th, we had our 8th public engagement meeting for the New York Rising East Bronx Waterfront Community. We reviewed the 12 projects recommended by the planning committee and community members voted for projects they thought should be prioritized for funding. We are looking forward to the next community meeting this Thursday in City Island!
by W-Architecture | Posted 10/20/2014 11:40 AM
Our first community meeting for the 37th Road Plaza in Jackson Heights, Queens was a success! Over 100 community members attended the workshop to discuss ideas and a vision for the plaza. The meeting was kicked off by Councilman Daniel Dromm, the DOT, and the many community organizations that have supported and maintained the plaza since its inception. W will be working with the DDC to design the permanent plaza.
by W-Architecture | Posted 10/17/2014 7:55 AM
Lots of progress has been made on construction at St. Patrick's Island in Calgary. Check out the elevated breach walk, with stunning views toward downtown!
by W-Architecture | Posted 09/16/2014 7:14 AM
Barbara is with her graduate students in Boulder, Colorado to meet with city officials. The class will study and re-imaging the Boulder Civic Area and Creek in their studio this semester.
by W-Architecture | Posted 09/11/2014 8:34 AM
Structuring Confluence, our recently published book, is now available at McNally Jackson bookstore in NYC! You can also buy it on Amazon here.
by W-Architecture | Posted 09/10/2014 7:11 AM
On Tuesday, Bob Buckhorn, the Tampa mayor, unveiled our team's ambitious plan to transform an all-but-forgotten park on the edge of downtown Tampa into a destination. The plan for the 23-acre Julian B. Lane park on the west bank of the Hillsborough River includes a 16,250 sf "river center" with panoramic views, a boathouse, and opening up views to the river and downtown. Even Susan Lane, former Mayor Julian B. Lane's daughter, supports the plan. Ultimately, the park is just one piece of a larger vision for the West Tampa area, and can act as a catalyst for positive change. Read the article in the Tampa Bay Times here and the Tampa Bay Business Journal here.