The Edenwald YMCA team presented to the community this evening. Photo with NY State Senator Jamaal Bailey, Speaker Carl Heastie and members of the community [...more...]
The Commission voted 11-1 in favor of the redevelopment
Today the New York City Council voted to approve a controversial redevelopment plan for Brooklyn’s Bedford-Union Armory.
The plan, Bedford Courts, proposes revamping the vacant, [...more...]
“Creative professionals Walter Meyer, Jennifer Bolstad, Cristina Roig and Jonathan Marvel of resilientpowerpr.org rapidly organized teams to power up the island from the ground up with solar energy, subverting old paradigms of dependency [...more...]
Caño Martin Peña, Loiza, Humacao: these are the proving grounds for a recent effort to [...more...]
Hurricane Maria and Puerto Rico: Lessons for Future Urban Disasters Panel Discussion at the Harvard Graduate School of Design
What can we learn from what has happened in Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria with regard to preparing [...more...]
Building of the Day: New Lab Friday October 13 at 12:00pm 19 Morris Avenue, Building 128, Cumberland Gate, Brooklyn, NY 11205 New Lab, Brooklyn Navy Yard by Marvel Architects Expressing the innovative nature [...more...]
“Marvel Architects and Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects designed the Naval Cemetery Park, which opened in 2016, to pay homage to the 2,000 naval officers and Marines laid to rest at the site (the known remains have [...more...]
Great meeting with community leaders and Bronx Borough President, Rubén-Díaz about the design for the new Edenwald YMCA project in the Bronx.
Great meeting with community leaders about the design for the new #EdenwaldYMCA project in the [...more...]
Jonathan Marvel, Cristina Roig, Walter Meyer and Jennifer Bolstad are working with Brooklyn nonprofit, The Coastal Marine Resource Center, to provide Puerto Rican communities with quick solar energy solutions.
Here’s how architects [...more...]
On September 19 and 20, Hurricane María, one of the most powerful storms in recorded history to cross Puerto Rico, left a trail of destruction across the island from southeast to northwest. The hurricane was responsible for over 35 deaths [...more...]