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Join MAS on Wednesday, July 13, at 5:30 PM as we explore photographer Melissa O’Shaughnessy’s new exhibition The Sidewalk Ballet. The photography collection is the most recent exhibition at the Doris C. and Alan J. Freedman Digital Gallery. Melissa will be in conversation with MAS President, Elizabeth Goldstein. The pair will discuss Melissa’s process of documenting people as they move around New York City’s built environment and how the exhibition embodies the vitality that pedestrians bring to the city’s urban space.
Join this preview of the world’s first Web3 building. In an exclusive conversation, Nick Holmstén, founder and co-CEO of TSXE, and Lionel Ohayon, founder and CEO of ICRAVE Design, will discuss their vision and process for developing TSXE’s flagship location in Times Square. Expect entertainment industry execs, design leaders, select journalists and creatives to make for an exciting evening.
ECO Solidarity 2022 brings together a diverse group of design practitioners from nine European Union countries, represented by EUNIC NY, who explore radical sustainability in architecture, urban planning, product design and development, energy and waste, standing in solidarity in the face of global humanitarian, public health, and ecological crises. The third edition of ECO Solidarity includes an exhibition and two talks featuring participating studios: EOOS NEXT (Austria), Herrmann & Coufal (Czech Republic), Livable Platform (Flanders, Belgium), MOYA Birch Bark (Germany), AHA Objects (Malta), NASDRA Conscious Design (Poland), SUSDESIGN (Portugal), Atelier Ad Hoc (Romania), crafting plastics! studio (Slovakia), and a diversity of experts.
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Are you a real estate developer, architect, or urban planner interested in learning more about considerations for sustainable development in the Americas? On Tuesday, March 29th and Thursday, March 31st, Delve is hosting two webinars to walk you through how generative design empowers you to exceed your financial targets — while prioritizing quality of life factors - ultimately resulting in resilient, sustainable cities.
The NYCxDESIGN Festival returns this May 10-20, 2022 for its tenth anniversary edition. As the city’s official celebration of design, the Festival has attracted thousands of visitors to New York City each year to celebrate global creative accomplishments, share new ideas, and inspire through design. The Festival also encompasses renowned trade shows including WantedDesign and ICFF, as well as immersive public design experiences like Design Pavilion, and hundreds of additional partner events across the five boroughs of New York City.
Circular City Week, the biggest circular economy festival in the US, is an open and collaborative festival for circular economy related events. For the fourth time, Circular City Week will take place in New York from 2-8 May 2022. Activities during Circular City Week emphasize how circular practices such as reuse, recycling, and upcycling are transforming urban industries and the built environment.
Internationally acclaimed architect Chad Oppenheim, editor of Lair: Radical Homes and Hideouts of Movie Villains, examines the compelling and seductive abodes of movie villains. The villain’s lair is much more than where the megalomaniac goes to get some rest. Instead, the homes of the villains are places where evil is plotted and where, often, the hero is tested and must prove him/herself. In Lair, readers are invited to explore the architecture of villainy through rich content that includes in-depth visual and written material and a striking graphic design that features silver ink on black paper.