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David W. Dunlap writes for The New York Times. His recent article published on the City Room blog talks about the new design for Pershing Square Plaza, in Manhattan. From the blog:
“As is quite often the case, behind what you see on the surface is a lot of infrastructure work,” said David J. Burney, commissioner of the Department of Design and Construction, which will develop the project for the Department of Transportation and the Grand Central Partnership and which anticipates opening contractors’ bids in May.
“Pershing Square has been a summer oasis for Midtown and this project will make it a year-round destination,” Janette Sadik-Khan, the transportation commissioner, said in a statement. “The area around Grand Central is a real neighborhood and the local community supported the vision that our streets need to do more than just get you from place to place. They also need room where you can do something as simple as stop, enjoy a cup of coffee and take a fresh look at old New York.”
Glass-block heaven! Spectacular Hermes store in Ginza. JM
This is the personal corporate identity of The Clocksmiths, a small but topnotch Milan, Italy-based design studio by the two graphic designers Giuditta Brusadelli and Augusto Arduini. The studio specializes in branding, graphic design, and web design. The corporate identity reflects the excellent work of The Clocksmiths perfectly.
Spring tree buds in front of the Woolworth building.