Among his greatest hits: The Rose science center at the Museum of Natural History, Bill Clinton’s presidential library. And he was dean of Columbia’s graduate school of architecture. Those who can, do, and teach, and then do even more. Music from Caitlin Warbelow. Wednesday, Nov. 13, 6:00 Center for Architecture 536 LaGuardia Place for tickets …
Sustainable business practices can make a company more profitable, so why resist them? Ignorance? Madness? Alien mind-control? A deft explanation from the former president of the Rainforest Alliance and current director of the NYU Stern Center for Sustainable Business. Music from Sid Whelan and Trevor Bridgewater. Photo by Kahn, courtesy of the NYU photo bureau.
The shift in usage from “garbageman” to “sanitation worker” was not cosmetic but an acknowledgement of what – and who — helps a city survive, says the artist-in-residence of the New York Department of Sanitation. Music from Hubby Jenkins. Photo by Harry Wilks.
This landscape architect embraces the principles that underpin Olmsted’s Central Park. “He wanted the wealthy to mix with the poor; this was supposed to be a place where everybody came together.” Public parks as an institution of democracy, a conversation at the Center for Architecture. Music from Hubby Jenkins. Photo: Harry Wilks