Saturday, August 1, 2015

Update: “The Strangling Of A Resort”


Hosted by Chip Rae

Leading architecture critic Paul Goldberger revisits his iconic 1983 lament in the New York Times about the surge of development sweeping East Hampton, which was then threatening its very core. Where are we 32 years later?


PAUL GOLDBERGER, now a contributing editor at Vanity Fair, was the New Yorker’s architecture critic from 1997-2011, where he wrote the “Skyline” column. From q973-1997, he was the architecture critic for The New York Times, where he won a Pulitzer Prize in 1984. Paul served as dean of the Parsons School of Design and has written several books, including Why Architecture MattersBuilding Up and Tearing Down; and Reflections on the Age of Architecture. His biography of the architect Frank Gehry will be published by Alfred A. Knopf in September. 

    generously underwritten by

      Judith Hope Twomey