Paul Goldberger

Author of “Ballpark: Baseball in the American City”

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Architectural critic and contributing editor at Vanity Fair magazine, he holds the Joseph Urban Chair in Design and Architecture at the New School in New York City; author of Building Art: The Life and Work of Frank Gehry; former architecture critic for the New Yorker (1997-2011)

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What better way to enjoy a summer night in LA than at Dodger Stadium?   
  Now the owners want it to get even better. Last week Dodgers president Stan Kasten announced a $100 million…

Dodger Stadium upgrades, and the evolution of ballparks

What better way to enjoy a summer night in LA than at Dodger Stadium?  Now the owners want it to get even better. Last week Dodgers president Stan Kasten announced a $100 million…

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Venerable architecture critic Paul Goldberger turns his hand to the life of an architect in his new book,  Building Art: The Life and Work of Frank Gehry .”

Goldberger on Goldberg (aka Gehry)

Venerable architecture critic Paul Goldberger turns his hand to the life of an architect in his new book, Building Art: The Life and Work of Frank Gehry .”

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In this interview, Paul Goldberger describes how Silicon Valley was a place where buildings ”were a kind of “whatever,” just like clothing, which is why “the first Silicon Valley…

The Shape of Things to Come-- in Silicon Valley with Paul Goldberger

In this interview, Paul Goldberger describes how Silicon Valley was a place where buildings ”were a kind of “whatever,” just like clothing, which is why “the first Silicon Valley…

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