Tag Archives: Yale School of Architecture

Work-study

New Haven is known for its eclectic mix of downtown architecture, from Colonial and Federal homes to Gothic churches, Modernist experiments and 21st-century “smart buildings.” Less conspicuous is another group…

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Western Union

Chapel Street is New Haven’s longest single route, according to Doris B. Townshend’s The Streets of New Haven. But its western downtown end has a character all its own…

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This Week in New Haven (June 17 – 23)

Numerous outdoor concerts… A seaside soiree… The longest day of the year… Summer in New Haven both officially and empirically arrives. …

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Residential Zone

You don’t need to know a thing about architecture to take an interest in Japan, Archipelago of the House, on view at the Yale School of Architecture through May 4. …

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Kindred Solar

On a February morning of brilliant sunshine, ice rained from the trees and slid down the aluminum roof at 43 Button Street. …

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This Week in New Haven (September 3 – 9)

Skater in Edgewood Skatepark (2014)

Action levels pick up in the bars, galleries and outdoor spaces of a city that’s always active, even on a day of rest. …

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This Week in New Haven (April 16 – 22)

The future is foreseen, the past is reissued and the present is worth savoring this week in New Haven. …

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Brut Force

Hulking structures, recessed windows, abrasive raw concrete. These are the hallmarks of some of New Haven’s most striking buildings—enormous, bare creations that inspire gut reactions, often of distaste…

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Hall Past

New Haven City Hall

Rising over the green with Victorian Gothic towers and windows, and surrounded by less vintage constructions, New Haven City Hall feels timeless in 2017. So it’s hard to believe that its time was once up. …

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Stepwise

Yale University Art Gallery

A photo essay.

They’re there, meaning they’re ’round.

They’re square, and other shapes. …

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