The architect responsible for the new architecture that’s sweeping through New York’s residential neighborhoods has had a remarkable career.
In the mid-20th century, the architect was William R. Guggenheim.
He was the architect of the world’s first skyscraper, the World Trade Center, and was the father of modern architecture.
Now, Guggensons work is getting its own book, titled The New York City Of Tomorrow.
Goggenheim is also the namesake of the architectural practice that has been responsible for designing more than 40 high-rise buildings around the world.
He is also one of the most influential architects of the 20th century.
In this exclusive interview with The American Conservatory, we explore his career, the role of architecture in New York, and how the city is shaping up.
Robert M. Schlosser is an architecture professor at the College of Staten Island and an associate professor of architecture at the City University of New York.
He writes about architecture and urban planning for The American American Conservatories website.
Robert Schlossers book The New Yorker: The Architecture of William Gugginheim will be published in October.
He’s also a member of the Council of the American Institute of Architects.
In addition to his book, he’s also an architect at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and he’s a member for the American Society of Civil Engineers.
You can find out more about his work on his website, or by visiting his blog.
The New Republic: What do you make of the idea that a lot of architecture is being displaced by the building of high-rises?
Robert M.: The idea of a new city has a long history.
In fact, when I started studying the history of architecture, I thought the idea was crazy.
I thought it was going to be a building boom, but that it would be dominated by high-end, high-tech buildings.
But it has been a boom.
We are seeing high-profile high-growth, high tech buildings like the new York Times building.
And the buildings that are dominating high-density development are not necessarily those high-priced high-status buildings, they’re typically low-end affordable housing.
So I think we’re seeing a shift in the way that people look at what we’ve seen in New Orleans and what’s happening in New Jersey, which is not necessarily the case in New England, and the way in which architecture is going to influence the way people live.
The American Architect: What did you learn about building as a profession from your experience as a architect?
Robert: I think one of my most rewarding experiences was the time that I spent as an architect and working with the New York State Department of Housing Preservation.
I was in charge of designing and designing and working in the planning and planning and public relations department of the department.
I did a lot more than I could have imagined in that department, but I was able to understand a lot about how building works and how we design our buildings.
In my early days as an architecture student, I had this incredible feeling that I was part of something.
And I had to find that out.
But I’ve also learned a lot.
And my biggest work has been with the Metropolitan Opera.
I designed the opera house and designed the orchestra.
I had an amazing team of people, which was a big help in terms of building that place.
And it was a great experience.
The Architect: Is there a reason that you think that architecture is getting less and less important?
I think architecture is just one of those professions that we get to see more and more, and that’s good.
And there’s also something about the way we think about architecture that I think is changing.
There’s a new kind of person that’s looking at building that can do it, and there’s a lot less interest in it.
And, you know, the profession is changing a little bit.
The way that architecture has changed, I think, is because of people who want to live in New Yorkers and are looking for affordable housing, and I think that’s a good thing.
The new kind is people who are looking at the world as an opportunity to build something great, but they’re also interested in their community.
And then there’s this new kind that’s interested in what it means to be American, and not just a place to make a living.
The architecture that is happening in the U.S. is a good example of that.
I think the world is changing, and it’s changing quickly.
But that’s also the case across the board.
The real challenge is the pace of change.
We’re just starting to catch up.
So we have to be willing to adapt.
The architects who are doing great work and who are making some money and are getting rich in the process, that’s going to change.
The problem is, we’re not seeing that change in the city.
We see that in some parts of the