The inaugural project of the Norman Foster Foundation, which will launch officially next year, is a prototype for a droneport that would be a hub for the delivery of vital cargo, such as medical supplies, in developing countries.
From the top of Outlook Hill on Governors Island, the 172-acre land mass in New York Harbor, views of New York unfurl in a postcard-worthy panorama: the eye glides from the glossy skyscrapers of Lower Manhattan to the mint-green silhouette of Lady Liberty, across the channel to Brooklyn and the borough’s iconic bridge.
OMA has won an architecture competition for the $80 million expansion of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York. The project will be the firm’s first art museum project in the United States.
When a project by Arkansas architect Marlon Blackwell was first shown on the cover of this magazine in February 2001, it was part of an issue on the theme “Out There . . . Architecture Outside the Centers of Fashion.”