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Christabel Gough

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Society for the Architecture of the City.

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The "People's Hearing"

www.nypap.org [cached]

Christabel Gough, Society for the Architecture of the City


Letter to the Editor: "Mystic Garden Meant for One Place" | Unite To Save The Frick

unitetosavethefrick.org [cached]

Christabel Gough
(Ms. Gough is secretary of the Society for the Architecture of the City.)


Tribeca Trust | The Mystery of the "Missing" Environmental Impact Statement for the Mayor's Zoning Proposals

tribecatrust.org [cached]

Yesterday, Christabel Gough sent us some answers.
We print her letter at length below. Spoiler alert: yes, the process is awry and the zoning creates serious negative impacts that "cannot be mitigated. Ms. Gough also wins our understatement prize of the week for her concluding sentence of this essay. Tribecans may wonder, who is Christabel Gough? The short of it is that she is one of New York City's most articulate architectural critics and preservationists. She founded the Society for the Architecture of the City which long ago published Village Views, one of the more notable journals to come out of the preservation movement. Ms. Gough is a Landmarks Lion of the Historic Districts Council. Christabel Gough


Plots & Plans: Hines plans 75-story tower at 53 West 53rd Street designed by Jean Nouvel

www.thecityreview.com [cached]

Christabel Gough, the executive director of the Society for the Architecture of the City, told the commission that "one of the great landmark enigmas of New York has always been the landmark status of the Modern Museum," adding that "if the Modern Museum had been landmarked, even if the area around it, full of distinguished buildings, had become a Modern Museum Historic District, it might be easier to argue that there was a harmonious relationship of some kind, at least historically,...as it is, 'harmonious relationship' seems elusive, and while the University Club and St. Thomas Church as landmarks are entitled to take advantage of their rights under zoning, the likelihood of their falling into disrepair appears remote."


The Midtown Book - Carnegie Hall/Carnegie Hall Tower

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Christabel Gough, secretary of The Society for the Architecture of The City, told the commission that "the destruction of the roofscape would be destruction of a significant architectural feature which should be sacrosanct under the landmarks law.
"The use of these spaces or their re-purposing," she continued, "should not be allowed to lead to the removal of the visible reminders of studio history.


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