As always, New York City is abuzz with creative folks expanding the possibilities of how architectural design and practice can be reinterpreted, bringing attention to what in the urban environment is constantly overlooked. Planning for another week in the Big Apple? Bustler has compiled a snappy list of events around town that are worth checking out. Check back regularly to stay up to date.
NYCxDesign events continue throughout this week. It's also the final days of the “Breuer Revisited” exhibition, which features commissioned photographs of Marcel Breuer's architecture interpreted by artist Luisa Lambri and photographer Bas Princen. Have a look at Bustler's latest recommendations for NYC.
“Staten Island’s North Shore is changing at an incredible pace. In many ways, the creative and cultural sectors aid this development, as they shape the place where they live and work. How do we ensure these sectors continue to have role in and connect to this transformation? Join the Design Trust for Public Space for a conversation about creative placemaking in North Shore, Staten Island.”
“The NYCxDesign's special PechaKucha Night invites forward thinkers to speak about COMMON SENSE in the current political and environmental climate. Topics are always a surprise until the night of – join for a great and unexpected evening of storytelling.”
“From flophouses to penthouses, the Bowery has seen it all...It was named to the National Register of Historic Places in 2013. Despite such honors, it is one of the city's most endangered historic treasures. Join Mitchell Grubler & David Mulkins of the Bowery Alliance of Neighbors for this tour.”
“This exhibition presents two series of commissioned photographs that reflect on the architecture of Marcel Breuer. The images on view by the artist Luisa Lambri and the photographer Bas Princen use the Bauhaus architect and designer's important public and municipal works to explore the relationship between the built environment and its inhabitants.”
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