Kristine Klein

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The visions for NEOM, Saudi Arabia’s linear megacity in the desert, reveal contemporary shortcomings more than a future utopia

The glittering images of the envisioned Saudi city NEOM, shared publicly in late July, quickly circulated around various social media platforms. Many...

Green-Wood Cemetery renovation work will move forward following a $4.5 million investment

As part of an ongoing initiative headed by the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery and other cultural groups...

UN General Assembly declares access to a clean, healthy, and sustainable environment a universal human right

The United Nations General Assembly adopted a new resolution affirming that every human has the right to access a clean, healthy, and...

Space Perspective unveils balloon-like spaceship for outer space tourism

Launching in late 2024, Space Perspective, a space tourism company, will bring thrill-seeking travelers and wannabe astronauts alike to the “edge of...

Empire State Development board approves overhaul for Penn Station and its circumambient neighborhood

The saga surrounding the redevelopment of Pennsylvania Station and its peripheries moved, slightly, forward yesterday when New York’s economic development agency, the...

Adjaye Associates designs exhibition that celebrates Jean-Michel Basquiat’s vibrant life

Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure 601 West 26th Street, New YorkOpen indefinitely To begin experiencing Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure even before I set...

U.S. federal court sues Wrigley Field for not complying with ADA requirements

A federal lawsuit filed against the operators of Wrigley Field, accuses the stadium—home to the Chicago Cubs and a National Historic Landmark—of...

In Chicago, American Framing exposes the nation’s long-concealed construction method

American FramingWrightwood 659, Chicago | Open through July 30 I went to Wrightwood 659 to find America. Not like Paul Simon—it wasn’t...

Kengo Kuma and Associates unveils design for its first residential tower in the United States

Japan-based Kengo Kuma and Associates has unveiled the design for what will become the firm’s first residential tower in the United States....

Chicago unveils a lofty waterfront proposal for a revamped Museum Campus

A lofty proposal to redevelop Chicago’s Museum Campus proposes increasing the 57-acre park complex’s accessibility and connectivity to the greater metropolitan area...

New land use resolution returns over 1,000 acres to New York’s Onondaga Nation

A legal settlement will return over 1,000 acres of ancestral land to the Onondaga Nation, an Indigenous group settled in Upstate New...

Queer Spaces makes room for the term’s inherent expansiveness

Queer Spaces: An Atlas of LGBTQIA+ Places and Stories Edited by Adam Nathaniel Furman and Joshua Mardell | RIBA Publishing | MSRP...

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