This week Burning Down The House welcomes John Hill, author of Guide To Contemporary New York City Architecture as well as multiple architecture-focused blogs. This episode takes on a conversation as multifaceted as its guest ranging from subjects such as licensing or architects and how to get a job in architecture to the effect of the “Great Depression 2.0” on the field. So native and tourist alike, tune in to learn about some of the best architectural gems around NYC from industrial waterfront to Balsley Park to Bronx Park East. This episode is sponsored by Heritage Foods USA.

“With researching the book I didn’t want to talk to architects too much because I know architects are always gonna be biased about their works, but there were occasions when I did talk to them and I would find out about locations that I didn’t even know about like these industrial waterfront parklands”

–author John Hill on Burning Down The House