After 45 years, Sesame Street’s iconic set gets a streetscape makeover by visual storyteller David Gallo

Architecture, Design, National, Urbanism
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
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(Courtesy Sesame Street Workshop)

(Courtesy Sesame Street Workshop)

Some child psychologists have balked at the newly unveiled set redesign for the landmark children’s TV show, Sesame Street, now entering its 46th season. The brownstone-lined 123 Sesame Street will receive a glossy new lick of paint, so to speak, in an effort to contemporize the set.

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Sesame Street or P.S. 1?

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Friday, June 26, 2009
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Could this years Young Architects pavillion give the children of Queens nightmares? (Courtesy MOS)

Could this year's Young Architect's pavillion give the children of Queen's nightmares? (Courtesy MOS)

MOS just posted a picture of its nearly completed pavilion at P.S. 1. We’d say more, but Archinect really put it best: “Somebody Skinned Snuffleupagus.” The pavilion, winner of the 10th annual Young Architects Program competition, opens this Sunday.

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