Hello! My name is Zachary Edelson and I’m a journalist, writer, and educator living in New York, New York. I’m passionate about all forms of art and design, especially architecture and cities. I’ve written for Architectural Record, Architizer, Dwell and am currently an instructor at the School of Visual Arts. I hold a Master of Architecture from Columbia University.

Are you an artist, designer, writer, or curator? Send me information on recent on upcoming projects to explore article possibilities: edelsonz@gmail.com.


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  1. Hi Zach,

    I just read your current article in The Architects Newspaper, Miami battles rising floodwaters even as development booms and was happy to see the issue again discussed. I am a principal in the firm Brooks + Scarpa as well as a faculty and researcher at Florida Atlantic University in downtown Fort Lauderdale. My firm and school are both engaged in sea level rise design research to envision new formats for living with (salt) water. My current research titled, Just Add Salt has garnered numerous grants and I am in the middle of developing a design manual for South Florida to help address design solutions at the scale of the building, block and neighborhood. I would love to share the work with you and have a conversation about it. Brooks + Scarpa, which is based in LA, established an office in South Florida last year to address these “wicked problems”. I look forward to speaking with you soon.

    Best regards,
    Jeff Huber, AIA


    1. Jeff,

      Thanks for reaching out, and I’m glad you enjoyed the article! I’m happy to talk on the phone about your work. Send me an email at:

      zedelson [at] archpaper.com




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