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New York–based Morris Adjmi Architects is having a moment.
The buildings coming from Adjmi’s firm look nothing like the tall, boxy glass skyscrapers proliferating around the five boroughs. Instead, contextual designs and subtle nods to history lead the way, allowing the buildings to integrate…
Long before computers and advanced software were available, designers and architects relied on the Humanscale manuals, a set of three booklets that sought to help designers create ergonomic products using human-centered methodology and measurements. It’s every product designer’s dream—a design Bible if you will.
Following several key revisions, Midtown East’s rezoning plan was unanimously approved by both the City Council Land Use Committee and the subcommittee on zoning and franchises today.
The rezoning of Greater East Midtown has been in the works for five years and has been making…