The Austrian Cultural Forum New York (ACFNY), an agency of the Republic of Austria, is located in an extraordinary architectural landmark building in Manhattan.
Building designed by Raimund Abraham .
“The mission of the Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation (BWAF) is to expand the historical knowledge and cultural recognition of American women architects of the 20th century, with a special focus on the time period 1950-1980.”
Gordon Bunshaft (SOM) and Oscar Niemeyer both won the Pritzker Prize in 1988, two years before Bunshaft’s death. The Pritzker page has links to some photos and to Bunshaft’s rather short acceptance speech.
Architecture on the radio in the U.S.
“Architecture is the laser focus of Burning Down the House, a weekly discourse on all things built, destroyed, admired, and despised. Each week Curtis B. Wayne, your Tudor tutor, invites a posse of authors, critics, builders, designers, and other architecture fiends to reflect on various topics related to perhaps the most functional of art forms.”
“The Center for Architecture + Design enhances public appreciation for architecture and design both locally and internationally through exhibitions, lectures, tours, film series and other programs that aim to reveal the richness of the design arts.”
Lucia Eames’ gallery extends, “the legacy and work of Charles and Ray Eames.”
1921-1996, Deaton is most famous for the Colorado home he built in 1963. 10 years later it starred in the Woody Allen pic Sleeper, “a love story about two people who hate each other. 200 years in the future” – he is listed at imdb as being in the artdepartment for the film.
a U.S. blog on, “cities, architecture, the ‘new urbanism,’ real estate, historic preservation, urban design, land use law, landscape, transport etc etc from a mildly libertarian stance.”