Published in The Architect's Newspaper:
Archtober Building of the Day: 520 West 28th Street
Archtober Building of the Day: MCNY "New York at Its Core"
Archtober Building of the Day: St. Patrick's Cathedral
Archtober Building of the Day: Horizon Media
Archtober Building of the Day: New York State Pavilion
We've majorly expanded our creative capacity at DDC in the last year.
To learn more about the content we produce and how we support our agency, visit our DDC Features and peruse our social media for the latest project videos, podcasts, and photo albums. It's a team effort here!
International street artist brings 3D skills to Charleston
Impacting the arts: Closing of Strerett Hall leaves cultural void in North Charleston
Looking Up at Jack Alterman's Charleston
Review: Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell bring peace and love to TD Arena
Staging Spoleto: A look at the historic venues that house the festival
Brazilian Jazz Singer Monica Salmaso returns to Spoleto Stage
Spoleto Kickoff Gallery - Photos
See Charleston from Behind the Garden Gate - Video
High Fashion Heroine - Cover Story photography
Save the Date - page 5
Getting Back to Basics with De Leon and Primmer Architecture Workshop
MoMA's Barry Bergdoll on the Legacy of Latin American Modernism and, DIY Instagram Culture, and the Future of Architecture Exhibitions
Songs About Architecture: Gabriel Kahane's Soundtrack to Mid-Century Modernism in L.A.
The Reforestation of Times Square: Botanist Marielle Anzelone on the Forthcoming PopUp Forest
+Pool Pitched the City and You Can Too!
OMA-designed West Louisville FoodPort: Where Architecture Meets Agriculture
Through the Looking Glass: 5 Buildings that Blend into the Environment
The Psychological Benefits of High Ceilings: 5 Office Interiors That Boost Productivity
Wolfgang Tillman's Fresh Perspective on Architecture Photography
Space Travel: Short Film captures the Spirit (and Curves) of Louisiana Museum
The World's Best Building Photographs on View at London's Sto Werstatt through Feb. 28
From Park to Pantheon - Rem Koolhaas latest Architect to Grace the High Line
RIBA Presents Five Shortlisted Contenders for Bristol Arena
10 Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings Nominated for UNESCO World Heritage List
A Brief History of Dior's Insanely Intricate Set Design
Illinois Continues to Go Green, Tops USGBC's 2014 LEED-est List
The Saudi Arabian Megaprojects of King Abdullah's Reign
Urban Farming: What's going on out there?
Do we care about eradicating food deserts?
Courier Building offers 3-in-1 package deal
Forward thinking in 2015 with last year's statewide economic trends
Google Street View a new way to explore New York State inside and out
See how one student consolidated our confusion on city development projects
Mixed-use is on the rise, literally
NYSDOT begins to think about the future of urban design in Syracuse
Shared streets challenge street safety design
What to do with potentially the coolest space in downtown Syracuse
Good design respects our nation's veterans
Does Syracuse have a green dot future?
I-81 break down: More Developments
I-81 break down: Urban Strategies
Hope in Hawley-Green
Buffalo now has 8th largest young adult population in the country. What about Syracuse?
I-81 Breakdown: Main Street Recommendations
Alternative Work Spaces in the City
I-81 Breakdown: The great dispersal
What's in a name? Identifying Syracuse's districts helps foster community identity
District Identities and Syracuse's strong cultural roots
Lower Onondaga Park to become sustainable play sight for kids
Syracuse's Gear Factory Gets Going
I-81 break down: How it all intersects
The United States of Unease: Are you satisfied with Syracuse living?
I-81 break down: What are we missing?
World Cities Day 2014
New Report on I-81 from AIACNY
Harvard professor, urban designer to talk on I-81 project next week
The first I-81 commentary period is over. Now what?
Loss of Federal Historic Tax Credit could hurt Hotel Syracuse
Becoming BIG by Starting Small: How Bjarke Ingels Worked His Way to the Top
Writing Women Architects into Wikipedia: A Global Call-to-Action
Nicole Dosso's Unlikely Path at one of the Most Innovative Firms
Visiting Critic Studio Critique
Design Matters to City Mayors
SoA Students celebrate 25th Anniversary Fall of the Berlin Wall
Syracuse University's own 'urbanista' challenges design thinking
A conversation with Dineen Hall architect Richard Gluckman
Architecture summer school
SU alumnus merges architecture and fashion
Taking a look inside Newhouse 2's new digital innovation space
Photography: Flair at the Fair: Meet Five Westcott Originals
Photography published on The Great New York State Fair package, 2014
Corporate Humor: Taking Improv classes sharpens communication skills
Photography published in Syracuse New Times, Arts Week 2014
Keeping up with time and tradition in Peterboro
Street Painting Festival ignites colorful competition
Learn how folks in Peterboro have kept the community clock working for 143 years
Call to Artists
Keep doing more to lure students, community downtown
Blue Plum features literature-inspired art
West Coast landscape not so unlike that of East Tennessee
Owner of downtown Johnson City restaurant Freiberg's about to become U.S. citizen
Poverty and the Election
Honoring an Capitol Hill Homeless Icon
#TalkPoverty and The Line:
Vendor Profile: Glenn Artis
Ivory Wilson: Vendor, Author, Former Player and Forever Cowboy
Occupy the VA
Homeless Children’s Playtime Project Brings Halloween to DC General
Putting the Thanks in Thanksgiving
La Casa Returns to Serve
Former Homeless College Student Honored
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Senior Reflection/Editor's Note
Broadway Singer J. Mark McVey critiques Milligan students in mini-master class
Milligan to become five academic schools: School of Business and Technology named today
Milligan contemplates new engineering major: the wheels are turning
"Godspell" coming to a theater near you
The Triple Threat: Milligan's newest Trio
Rumor has it: Details about The Grill Expansion and new campus Starbucks
How did they do it?
Blog: 'To the Wonder' could challenge us all
Blog: Roger Ebert's "leave of presence"
Campus-wide diversity is more than just one man
Shaking things up for Spring Break
Four out of ten students are now athletes
My last Valentine's Day Vow
Milligan University? Not yet in the works
Inauguration 2013: Andy Stanley Questions Obama
Inauguration 2013: The Speech
Dr. Garland Young to serve as Interim Academic Dean next semester
Students learn a very taxing service