field notes

Reflections & Discoveries

I keep coming back to ponder this eclectic collection of sources to reflect on the creative process and the human condition and to find inspiration.

About the Artist

About the Artist

Jonathan Sinagub, architect and visual artist, currently working as an architect in New York City. The City of Paterson has played a critical role in his professional career. He first came to...

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Food for Thought

(the making and experiencing of place)

  • Paterson, William Carlos Williams
  • Nature Near — Late Essays of Richard Neutra, ed. William Martin
  • Robert Smithson: Learning from New Jersey and Elsewhere, Ann Reynolds
  • Urbino: The History of a City and Plans for its Development, Giancarlo De Carlo
  • All That Is Solid Melts Into Air, Marshall Berman
  • David Smith: A Centennial Catalogue, Guggenheim Museum, 2006
  • Works in Review, Gyorgy Kepes
  • Jan Dibbets, catalogue of photographs from 1967 to 1980
  • The Magical Path to the Acropolis, Nick Papandreau
  • What Time is This Place?, Kevin Lynch
  • Discovering the Vernacular Landscape, John Brinckerhoff Jackson
  • Vintage Lopez, Barry Lopez
  • Cavafy’s Alexandria, Edmund Keeley
  • Labor and Housing in New York City: Architect Herman Jessor and the Cooperative Housing Movement, Tony Schuman, Prof. NJIT, published at the 86lH ACSA Annual Meeting and Technology Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, 1998

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