Tag Archives: architecture

Stone Turned

It was 1822. The population of the United States had just crossed 10 million. James Monroe was in his second term as president, having won all but a single electoral vote. In New Haven, cattle-grazing had been banished from the …

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Fair Is Ferry

A photo essay.

The State Street Bridge reopened in August 2015, about four years and…

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Creature Features

Yale has gaggles of gargoyles—on 34 buildings, in hundreds of styles, peering over doorways, crouched on windowsills, jumping out of unexpected places, giving earthly structures a touch of the fantastical. …

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Entertainment Center

Few buildings in New Haven have stirred more sentiment—positive or negative—than the New Haven Veterans Memorial Coliseum. …

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Elevators

New Haven’s parking garages don’t just have elevators; they are elevators. …

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Lots to See

Few of New Haven’s public spaces are more snubbed by the public that uses them than its parking garages. …

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Time Zone

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As Bill Kraus ushers me inside the first room, a beam of cool light splits the darkness…

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Shadowy Figures

A photo essay.

If negative space is the space you don’t naturally notice, then shadows are the ultimate negative spaces. …

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Going Medieval

Yesterday, we looked into the lights. Today, with this 2017 photo essay, we widen the angle. 

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Open House

Once upon a time, you could just wander around and see what happened.

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