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Thomas Heatherwick Will Redo David Geffen Hall
The post–Avery Fisher era gets under way.
The 10 Best Classical Performances of 2015
Written on Skin, Joan of Arc at the Stake, and more.
Next-Generation Drones Will Save New York City’s Infrastructure
The flying robots will inspect bridges and buildings and even control disaster cleanup from the sky. We just have to get used to having them buzzing around.
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Welcome to the Age of Shadowless Skyscrapers
New building designs cast soft, glare-free pools of light instead of patches of darkness.
Thomas Adès Effortlessly Merges Modern Dance and Classic Concert Music at Lincoln Center
Few composers have embraced dance so well.
WTC Arts Center Looks Like It Will Get Built After All — But We Still Don’t Know What It Is
Fourteen years in, the design phase will begin.
Will de Blasio’s Big Complex Affordable Housing Plan Actually Make Things Better?
Some neighborhoods would get crappier without getting cheaper. But most of it is worth trying.
How Jeanne Gang Is Excavating the Great Bones of the American Museum of Natural History
Rationalizing the hive.
Opera Review: The Met Gets It All Right in William Kentridge’s Lulu
More like this, please.
Lost Italian Marathon Runner Was Too ‘Overwhelmed’ to Ask for Help, Spent Last $5 on Pizza, Says Friend
“This is practically the first time he’d left San Patrignano, so it was a big shock, and it blocked him from asking for help.”
Exclusive: Architect Vishaan Chakrabarti Is Leaving SHoP, Setting Up His Own Shop
Premier urbanist and architect goes solo.
Hunters Point South Should Be the New Gold Standard for Affordable Housing
How do we get more like that?
A Fantastic Opening for National Sawdust
"Directed not to one constituency but many."
On Opening Night, a Clue to the Philharmonic’s Future?
And a very good night of music.
Opera Review: Otello Is Back, Without Blackface
Music Review: The ‘Deadpan Lunacy’ of Simon Steen-Andersen at Miller Theater
Rube Goldberg composition.
Is Richard Estes an Architect Disguised As a Painter?
His fantasy city.
What We Can Learn From the Restoration of St. Patrick’s Cathedral
Can This Start-up With Cellos Shake Up Classical Music’s Business-As-Usual?
National Sawdust’s wild ambitions — artistic and financial.