The New York Review of Architecture is a cooperative of working writers, architects, and artists who review architecture, in New York.

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reviews architecture, in New York
Illegal Architect // Writer + Designer in NYC //
Designer and writer in Houston and Toronto. Views my own.
Anna Talley is a writer/researcher interested in modern and contemporary design. She's currently based in Edinburgh.
Matthew Allen is writer and educator who researches the history and theory of architecture, computation, and aesthetic subcultures.
Emily is a Manhattan-based poet and design historian. Her writing combines urban spatial theory with poetic observation.
Not quite an architect, not quite a writer in New York.
Critic and historian. Architecture, landscape, urbanism.
Brenda Zhang (Bz) is a visual artist and architectural designer who makes paintings, sculptures, installations, and architecture on Tongva land (Los Angeles).
Licensed architect, educator, writer, editor; founder/principal, Palmyra PLLC; Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee; Greek; musician, drawer, reader (fiction), language nerd, nature lover, sports (radio) addict
fully destroyed by postmodernism
Contributor/Guest-Editor to NYRA
I am a writer and critic. I live in New York City.