Today The Architect's Newspaper posted a review by Jan Lakin of my Guide to Contemporary New York City Architecture (W. W. Norton, 2012). Lakin's review is very thoughtful, picking up on my predilection for architecture at the level of the pedestrian rather than of the skyline. To wit: "Hill is focused on assembling contemporary designs that engage us in interesting ways at street level throughout New York’s neighborhoods. The result is a nuanced perspective of the city’s recent architecture."
I could easily pull more flattering quotes like the one above, but instead head over to Archpaper to read Lakin's review.