Bullet Space, at 292 E 3rd St. NY, is in a narrow five-story building originally constructed in 1920 and used as a tenement during that period. It eventually became decrepit and was taken over by the city after the owner failed to pay taxes. It was occupied as an artists’ squat starting in 1985 and … Continue reading Bullet Space
The Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House is at the tip of Manhattan, at One Bowling Green. It was built by the Federal Government in 1907 in the Beaux Arts style. These photos show the Collector’s Office, which was open on Oct. 14th during NYC’s Open House weekend.
The Cunard Building is at 25 Broadway. Designed in the Italian Renaissance style, it opened in 1921. I saw it on October 14th during NYC’s Open House weekend.
The library of the General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen, at 20 W 44th St. NYC, was open during NY’s Open House weekend. The architecture of the library is great, but even more amazing is the collection of antique locks in glass cases on a balcony overlooking the library.
29Rooms is a three-day exhibit by Refinery 29 in an empty warehouse in Brooklyn, featuring 29 installations by artists and brands.
The September windows of Bergdorf’s on Fifth Avenue were created by Giovanna Battaglia, the editor at W Magazine, during Fashion Week. And I couldn’t resist this dog across the street at Bergdorf’s mens store.
During New York Fashion Week, Jenny Park created works that matched the architecture of the Oculus, with five models standing in the middle of the vast structure.