• New York Review of Architecture, 2021
    Carolyn Bailey, Phillip Denny, Nicolas Kemper, and Alex Klimoski
    New York Review of Architecture, 2021
    New York Review of Architecture

Distribution for Issue no. 1 of "New York Review of Architecture," at Citygroup in Chinatown at 104b Forsyth Street, 2019. Courtesy New York Review of Architecture

New York Review of Architecture is an independent monthly architecture review. It serves practitioners who are too busy building to keep up with the flood of conversation around the built environment with reviews that are concise, engaged, and a little irreverent.

Carolyn Bailey is a writer, scholar, and critic. She is a doctoral candidate in Film and Visual Studies at Harvard University, where her research is supported by a doctoral fellowship from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). Bailey holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from McGill University. Her work deals with contemporary visual culture, architecture, media theory, and the histories of science and technology. She is an editor of the New York Review of Architecture.

Phillip Denny is an architectural historian and critic based in New York City. He is a doctoral candidate at Harvard University, and is a Frederick Sheldon Traveling Fellow in Germany for the 2021–22 academic year. He holds master's degrees in architecture and architectural history from Princeton and Harvard. His writing on architecture and design has appeared in Volume, Metropolis, Harvard Design Magazine, The New York Times, Architect's Newspaper and elsewhere. He is a founder of a83 and editor of New York Review of Architecture.

Nicolas Kemper is an editor and the publisher for New York Review of Architecture. He has worked for Laufs Engineering and Design and Oliver Cope Architect in New York, Hans Kollhoff in Berlin, and Zahner in Kansas City. He has written for AA FilesUrban OmnibusCurrent, and edited the newsletter pulp. He holds an MArch from the Yale School of Architecture, where he cofounded Paprika!, the student often-weekly. He loves taking rides on the ferry and volunteers as a tour guide at St. John the Divine.

Alex Klimoski is a New York-based writer, editor, and communications strategist specializing in architecture and design-related projects. From 2016 to 2020, she was an associate editor at Architectural Record magazine. Her writing has appeared in The New York TimesMetropolisInterior DesignThe Architect's Newspaper, and CityLab. She holds a bachelor of science degree in design from Cornell University and a master of arts degree in design criticism from the School of Visual Arts. She is currently an editor of New York Review of Architecture.

Samuel Medina is a writer and editor living in New York. He is currently executive editor of The Architect’s Newspaper, the leading source for architecture news in the United States, and for many years was the editorial director of Metropolis magazine. His writing has appeared in various publications and periodicals, including ArtforumThe Art Newspaper, and Harvard Design Magazine. In 2019, he edited two manuscripts for UR Books, the imprint led by the late Michael Sorkin.

New York Review of Architecture was founded in 2019 by Nicolas Kemper, Dante Furioso, Sarah Kasper, James Coleman and Julie Turgeon.