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Sben Korsh focuses on architectural and urban issues in American cities. His work addresses socioeconomic and environmental justice issues in housing, coastal landscapes, and urban parks. Currently he researches twentieth century planning policies of New York City’s Jamaica Bay.

Korsh interns with the Institute for Public Architecture. Previously, he interned with the Architectural League of New York and the Skyscraper Museum. In the past he fundraised for Friends of the High Line, interned with editors of Metropolis magazine, volunteered with Van Alen Institute, and edited Spitzer School of Architecture’s Informality journal.

He studies history through an independent program at the City University of New York, studying mostly at City College’s Spitzer School of Architecture. The City College Fellowship, Thomas W. Smith Academic Fellowship, and Josh & Judy Weston Public Service Scholarship support his education.

Raised by two architects in Minneapolis, he now lives in New York.
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hotphotography:

http://marcouli.tumblr.com/
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archimaps:

Old Vienna at the Midway Plaisance of the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition, Chicago
Urgent security update
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enoobaria:

 
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burningmozart:

old Istanbul..
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soundsofcroatia:

Church located in Stari Grad, literally translates to “Old City” on the island of Hvar :)
Small article about the island itself and where the picture can be found here. The picture was taken by Natasha Von Geldrent.
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liquidnight:

USA, circa 1900
Cyanotype
From Anonymous by Robert Flynn Johnson
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colognecouture:

become a part of the movement » Cologne Couture «
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indypendent-thinking:

Zeppelin over Budapest, Hungary, 1931
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m3zzaluna:

jakob alt, blick aus dem atelier des künstlers in der alservorstadt gegen dornbach, 1836
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memoriastoica:

Federal Building and Hall of States at A Century of Progress, Chicago.
Circa 1933.
"Located at Northerly Island, this group of buildings represents the Federal Government and various states. The three towers standing in striking relief, symbolize the legislative, executive and judicial branches of the government. Besides the Federal exhibits, the various states have exhibits in the Hall of States. Landscaped court, sunken gardens and a pool add to the beauty of the modernistic setting."