Charles Percier at the Château de Fontainebleau http://stephanekirkland.com/charles-percier-at-the-chateau…/
My view on the developments in Paris today to create the Paris of the future
Francis Morrone, one of the very the best architectural guides out there, is doing a tour of Stanford White's New York. Should not be missed. https://secure3.convio.net/…/1554885057;jsessionid=631DA339…
We're Still Here Ya Bastards by Roberta Brandes Gratz
I haven't yet read the book, but I had the pleasure of meeting Roberta in New Orleans while she was working on it.
Here's the New York Times review: http://www.nytimes.com/…/were-still-here-ya-bastards-by-rob…
Please come to my friend David Downie's book event at the American Library in Paris
Préserver l’intégrité architecturale et paysagère de la barrière d’Enfer - I haven't translated this into English yet, but it deals with an important piece of the urban heritage of the 14th arrondissement, Claude-Nicolas Ledoux's barrier buildings at Denfert-Rochereau
I was happy to see that Paris Reborn was on the "Top Ten Must Reads for the Paris-bound Traveler" selected by Terrance Gelenter of Paris Through Expatriate Eyes. Thanks Terrance!
A review of the Musée Carnavalet exhibition on Napoleon and Paris
A new project in the 15th arrondissement gives a sense of how contemporary developments can create a dialogue with the multiple facets of the existing city in order to densify and enrich it.
My contribution to The Guardian's "Urbanist's Guide" series. On Paris, of course.
I'm very pleased to have been named a Fellow of the Project For Public Spaces. My thanks to PPS; I am pleased to promote and contribute to their work.
A mention in a Valeurs Actuelles article on Second Empire infrastructure heritage.
My interview (in French) for Radio China International's 'In Vivo" program
Paris Reborn Out in Paperback
A very interesting and thoughtful piece by Clémence Morlet