Thank you readers for your continued interest in our blog throughout 2015. Gordon’s Urban Morphology has grown substantially in readership over our prior year as we continue to highlight subjects in New York’s built environment which have galvanized The City in one way or another.
Continuing the tradition from last year, here is our Round-Up of our most popular posts based on user clicks:
Our most popular post of 2015: Readers imaginations soared to the heights of the Supertall Skyscrapers in Imagination City
Our most controversial post which touched on the provocative positions which Architecture can take: The F#ck You Building on The Fringes of Delancey
The blandness of the Essex Crossing Development, sold to the public as a development which was once much more attractive: A Bait and Switch in The Lower East Side
The redesign of Two World Trade Center, and the impressions this change left us had us lament in Hunchback of The Trade
And New York’s next great Supertall had its top lopped off in The Central Park Spire, Revisited
While our most poignant post revisited a piece of Tenement history, befallen by the wrecking ball in Two Tenements, Down
So, there you have 2015’s top posts. Thanks again for your readership and stay tuned for 2016 where we’ll continue to strive to bring fresh perspectives on our Changing City. Happy New Year from Gordon’s Urban Morphology.