About Karen Kubey

Karen Kubey is a Brooklyn-based writer and researcher on architecture and housing. She graduated from the University of California Berkeley with a bachelor of arts in architecture and received a master in architecture from Columbia University. These posts draw on research for "Exhibiting Urbanism: MoMA as Advocate for Ideals in Housing and City Planning," co-authored by Priscilla Fraser.

Foreclosed: MoMA Takes on Suburbia

The severe effects of the current economic crisis on suburbs across America make it more urgent than ever to rethink the designs of our suburban landscapes. Disconnected single-family homes requiring private automobile transport seem to form a less and less viable pattern of settlement. Read more