Monthly Archives: September 2012

Contemporary Classical: The Architecture of Andrew Skurman

When David Calligeros and I were in San Francisco around this time last year, we stopped in on our friend architect Andrew Skurman. Andy was just wrapping up work on his new book Contemporary Classical, and he shared with us … Continue reading

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Emerging Leaders: Trends and Culture Shifts of a New Generation at the Go Green Conference NYC

Next Wednesday September 19th, I’m heading to the GoGreen NYC conference at The (New York) Times Center. I was asked to speak about green business with a panel of other business leaders. The conference is a gathering of environmental advocates, … Continue reading

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The Electric Light at the Intersection of Modern Art and Industrial Production

MOMA has an exhibition closing at the end of September of visual art organized around the theme of advertising the new mass availability of electricity. The exhibition “Electric Currents 1900-1940” is a group of poster art, two short films, and … Continue reading

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