Courtesy of the Town of Babylon
The South Lawn green at Wyandanch. Courtesy of the Town of Babylon
Source: Van Meter Williams Pollack
Pratt Institute and nearby property owners are converting drab Myrtle Avenue into a cleaner corridor with taller, more engaging buildings.
The generously illustrated e-newsletter is produced by A Vision of Europe, but the latest issue focuses mostly on architecture and urbanism in America.
By Leon Krier
A farmer's market pavilion is expected to be the centerpiece of new development downtown. Courtesy of City of Overland Park.
Damming and draining the East River to install vehicular tunnels topped by boulevards? That was one vision of New York that never came to pass.
For Port-au-Prince. Courtesy of The Prince's Foundation and Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company
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