More Jews live in the five boroughs than any city in the world, with the exception of Tel Aviv. A similar boast can be made for designers, that Gotham has more architects, creative directors, artisans and artists than any other metropolis.
It follows, then, that when the festival of lights comes around each year, no Read More
Richard Meier is not the only one with a swanky menorah.
It’s no secret that Jews have long been attracted to architecture and design–we built the pyramids, after all–and one need only look to the modern masters for the continuation of this legacy, e.g. Frank Gehry, Daniel Libeskind, Peter Eisenmann, Robert A.M. Stern and Read More
Architect Richard Meier is best known for his light touch. From his soaring glass condominiums . Here is how Meier described it in a release:
Each candleholder is an abstracted representation of an architectural style from significant moments of persecution in the history of Jews. The first being the expulsion of the Jews from Egypt Read More