Belt and Suspenders Routine – Joel Solkoff’s Column

Disabled Accessible Architecture, Travelling, US Airport Design Belt and Suspenders Routine Architectural Column Vol. III, Number 1 by Joel Solkoff, PA, USA 19 Feb 2015 Belt and Suspenders Routine Joel’s Column Vol. III, Number 1 Wayne County International Airport, Detroit. Photograph courtesy of the airport authority. See Website: Metro Airport Ongoing Special Report on the benefits Detroit may offer Baby Boomers…

Joel Solkoff Column Vol 2.5

Joel Solkoff’s Column Volume II No. 5

United States Architecture, Brasilia Architecture, New Cities and Communities Joel Solkoff’s Column Volume II, No. 5 Architectural Column by Joel Solkoff, PA, USA Joel’s Column Vol. II, Number 5 Building cities in the United States—special Wyoming focus. Plus… Profile of the President of the Wyoming American Institute of Architects Building a new town in Brasilia…

Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)

Joel Solkoff’s Column, Vol.II, Number 4

What Herzog & de Meuron’s completion of the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) means to the revitalization of Downtown Miami.

The government of Miami approved a revitalization plan—a plan that includes the taxpayers of Miami paying costs to the Herzog & de Meuron’s firm. Miami taxpayers paid $100 million toward the cost of the museum.

Worthy of asking but not of discussion here: Are taxpayers getting what they paid for?