For Open House New York Weekend, what is perhaps the world’s most famous — and arguably its most groundbreaking — airport terminal opened its doors to the public. Dustin and Fiona went to check it out. Continue reading The TWA Flight Center
The home of Louisiana’s governor and legislature is one of the best examples of art deco in the world. Continue reading The Louisiana State Capitol
Philip Johnson’s own residence, a transparent box in the countryside of southwest Connecticut, is a modernist masterpiece. Continue reading The Glass House
Susan and Dustin’s visit to the Statue of Liberty—and all the way to her crown—was a bucket-list moment: something Dustin had waited his whole life to do. Continue reading The Statue of Liberty
New York City’s first controlled implosion since 2001 took place this morning. And Dustin was there to view—and film—it all from the deck of the Staten Island Ferry. Continue reading Building implosion on Governors Island
A visit to the Queens Museum of Art’s model of the five boroughs. Continue reading The Panorama of the City of New York
I’m thankful for the opportunity we’ve had to move to New York, but that doesn’t mean I don’t miss Washington, D.C. Here are the things I miss most about our former home. Continue reading The top 10 things I miss about Washington, D.C.
A review of Alice Sparberg Alexiou’s The Flatiron: The New York Landmark and the Incomparable City that Arose with It. Continue reading A landmark and the man who built it