New York's architecture and design community gathered last Friday night at the Knockdown Center in Queens for the Architectural League of New York's Beaux Arts Ball 2015. This year's theme "Threshold" celebrates the Knockdown Center's industrial history, while kicking off another cultural year for The Architectural League and the New York design community as well.
Scroll down to get a peek of the festivities this year.
Inside the Knockdown Center's 50,000 square foot, 40-foot high spaces, the design offices of Alibi Studio, MODU, and Moorhead & Moorhead will create site-specific “threshold” installations. Stylish guests enjoyed an evening of dancing, socializing, and enjoying refreshments alongside fellow architects, designers, artists, and friends — all while helping support the League's programs.
Find photos of previous Beaux Arts Balls here on Bustler.
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