January 13, 2009
A Call for Underappreciated Architecture
Know of a great but overlooked building, public space, or room? Tell us about it.
The magazine’s recent story on the Ford Foundation was intended not just to call attention to a neglected New York icon but also to spark a dialogue with our readers. What other buildings, across the country and abroad, have been forgotten and deserve a second look? Seriously, let us know. In the coming year, we hope to run additional in-depth stories on overlooked gems, investigating what makes them great and arguing for their continued relevance today. And please don’t limit your suggestions to buildings. Our next rediscovered masterpiece could be a room, a public space, or something else entirely—you tell us.