Magnetic City: A Walking Companion to New York, Paperback
From New York magazine's architecture critic, a walking and reading guide to New York City--a historical, cultural, architectural, and personal approach to seven neighborhoods throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Bronx, including six essays that h...
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Producator: Spiegel & Grau
From New York magazine's architecture critic, a walking and reading guide to New York City--a historical, cultural, architectural, and personal approach to seven neighborhoods throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Bronx, including six essays that help us understand the evolution of the city For nearly a decade, Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Justin Davidson has explained the ever-changing city of New York to his readers at New York magazine, introducing new buildings, interviewing architects, tracking the way the transforming urban landscape shapes who New Yorkers are. Now, his extensive, inspiring knowledge will be available to a wide audience. An insider's guide to the architecture and planning of New York that includes maps, photographs, and original insights from the men and women who built the city and lived in it--its designers, visionaries, artists, writers--Magnetic City offers first-time visitors and lifelong residents a new way to see New York. Includes walking tours throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Bronx - the Financial District - the World Trade Center - the Seaport and the Brooklyn waterfront - Chelsea and the High Line - 42nd Street - the Upper West Side - the South Bronx and Sugar Hill Praise for Magnetic City "An intimate, seductive guidebook."--The New York Times "An enthralling new book makes clear that I'm not alone in my home-town infatuation . . . lends nuance, texture and historical perspective to my impression that New York City has never been so appealing or life-affirming as it is today."--New York Post " Davidson] combines a keen intelligence, experience, observational skills, expertise (especially but not solely architectural), and an elegant writing style to make this beautifully produced book indispensable."--Booklist (starred review) "A street-level celebration of New York City in all 'its perpetual complexity and contradiction' . . . a worthy companion to Alfred Kazin's A Walker in the City and the American Institute of Archite
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