A new US capital city and my coronavirus experience. Consider the Department of Health and Human Services, (HHS) the most important government agency involved with the coronavirus pandemic in the US. The Department is not simply a building
Ongoing Special Report on the benefits Detroit may offer Baby Boomers. Detroit will survive because it is next door to an airport flying more passengers non-stop between the U.S. and Asia than any other airport.
e-architect presents Joseph Mizzi, President of Sciame, known as “the king of New York City Construction Companies.” In Part 4: Mizzi continues the exclusive e-architect video series detailing Renzo Piano’s first New York City project The Morgan Museum and Library
Low-cost housing for the aged, disability architecture – article by Joel Solkoff, 13 Oct 2013 – disability access: housing for the elderly
This photograph shows the Renzo Piano façade of the Morgan Library and Museum, the architect’s first New York City project where disability access was a major priority. The Morgan is arguably the most influential art and cultural collection in the United States.
Everything one can desire is right there—restaurants, art studios, libraries, college lectures, hospitals capable of taking care of problems that might otherwise require going outside—or can be imported effortlessly.
As one born two years after World War II, I have been fortunate to be a paraplegic for the past 18 years—getting a head start on my fellow baby boomers. For architects, I have slowly but persistently developed design perspectives that should be useful to you.