Let’s make the world a better place to live in, one twig at a time.
Both inbound and outbound passengers should stand on the same platform, one, in the center and not two with tracks separating them. Why? Continue reading “Ideas for an Ideal Subway Station”
New Victory Theater: Planning of exterior and interior spaces by Nicholas Buccalo. Primary Architect: HHPA. Continue reading “Broadway goes Green: New Victory Theater”
Restaurant Delivery Bikers Targeted in New Effort
CARROLL GARDENS — Stuart Gruskin, 50, of New Jersey, was killed in May 2009 when he crossed the street on his lunch hour and a delivery biker speeding the wrong way in Midtown Manhattan knocked into him. Stuart suffered major head injuries and died two days later. Continue reading “Bicycle Safety Program Expands Into Brooklyn”
This is a couple of stories about the use of common sense, staying calm, clear headed, and moving towards a solution without hesitation…
Continue reading “Rescinding Stop Work Orders with Common Sense”
Smith Street in Brooklyn is a bit of a unique street for New York City. This is because it is narrow and there is a 4 lane subway system below it. For ‘ever’ residents have assumed that you weren’t allowed to plant trees along the sidewalks because of potential interference with the subway tunnel. Continue reading “New trees grow on Smith Street”
This poster was created by Nicholas Buccalo to show the features in and around Columbus Circle in New York City, during the period when the Time Warner buildings were being planned. Of course I had to rotate the speculative design for the Columbus Circle building in order for it to be viewable from this viewpoint. It sits in the upper left corner with the large ‘TV’ letters on the side.