This site and all of its contents, including photographs and other images, are copyright Yonah Freemark, 2017. The website uses a modified version of the WP-Portfolio theme.
Yonah Freemark took and edited all photographs on this site, and designed all graphic material presented on the site, or created such material in partnerships with others, in which case others are credited.
Photographs on the front page are of (in left-to-right, descending order): Yonah Freemark; the dome of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, facing Boston; the view of the interior of a Metromover car in Miami; Le Bistrot des Amis bar at the Place du Marché Chartrons in Bordeaux; the Tribunal de Grande Instance (designed by Renzo Piano) in the Batignolles redevelopment area in Paris; the Centrum TOD project at the Paulina Brown Line station in Chicago; Place de la Comédie in Bordeaux; Dom Luís I Bridge in Porto; and Place du Palais in Bordeaux.
Photographs at the top of pages on the site, which rotate, are of: the view from the Padrão dos Descobrimentos onto the Tagus River in Belem, a section of Lisboa; art along 29th Street in the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami; Mount Diablo in Contra Costa County; the entrance to Les Halles commercial center and transit station in Paris (designed by Patrick Berger and Jacques Anziutti); Place du Maréchal-Leclerc in Poitiers; Jardin du Luxembourg in Paris; downtown L.A. from Runyon Canyon; the High Bridge between Manhattan and the Bronx; downtown Chicago from Northerly Island (designed by Studio Gang); le Grand Parc in St. Ouen (designed by Agence TER); Parc de la Villette (designed by Bernard Tschumi) in Paris; Arènes de Picasso (designed by Manuel Núñez Yanowsky) in Noisy-le-Grand Mont d’Est; Lac de Créteil; Choux de Créteil (designed by Gérard Grandval); the East River from Long Island City, Queens, New York; the view of Central Park South from the Central Park Reservoir; Fort Point Channel in Boston; the Charles River, viewing Boston and Cambridge; Place de la Nation de Paris; the Biblioteca Vasconcelos in Mexico City (designed by Alberto Kalach); the view from the Castillo de Chapultepec onto Paseo de la Reforma in Mexico City; the view from East Boston onto downtown; the view from Runyon Canyon onto Central L.A.; the view from Corona Heights Park onto downtown San Francisco and Twin Peaks; the view across toward Carrefour Pleyel at Stade de France–St. Denis station; the balcon at Paris Rive Gauche; and the view of the East River and the Brooklyn and Queens waterfront from Waterside Plaza in Manhattan.
Yonah also maintains a directory of historical plans for the redevelopment of Durham, North Carolina. You can find those here.