The Stained Glass Windows at St. Mark’s Church

By Claire Webb St. Mark’s Church In-the-Bowery, long a historical treasure in the East Village, typifies a Georgian style church in many ways: the two-storied building, punctuated by a double row of arched windows, and a balcony that runs the full width are features...

Update: St. Mark’s Arch Repair

By Janine Sutton Restoring the arch, fence, and granite at St. Mark’s Church In-the-Bowery is almost complete. Archa Technology, a restoration company, successfully cleaned off years of paint, graffiti, and dirt from the granite base that runs along the perimeter of...

Repairing St. Mark’s Arch

By Janine Sutton and Claire Webb Left: St. Mark’s Church In-The-Bowery.  Right: Covered for repair, the arch leads to the West Yard. Continuing our 40-year relationship with St. Marks Church In-the-Bowery, we are currently working on a project to restore the...

An Afternoon with Judith Edelman

By Claire Webb Judith Edelman in the early 1970s, at work in her studio and at her home. Gloria and Esther Goldreich, What Can She Be? An Architect, (New York: Lothrop, Lee, and Shepard,1974), 11, 48. Photographs by Robert Ipcar. Judith Edelman FAIA, along with her...

A Student Project of St. Mark’s

By Claire Webb William Hood, a third-year student at Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture of The Cooper Union, visited the ESKW/A offices as part of a research project for his studio class.  His assignment was to explore architectural layers of St. Marks...