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On View: "Total Reset" by the Institute for Public Architecture

Wednesday, June 25 2014

Mayor de Blasio has declared a “total reset” for public housing in New York. At the same time, the decline of affordable housing options has become New Yorkers' greatest concern. “Total Reset” presents four innovative research and design proposals for public and affordable housing in New York. Inaugural Institute for Public Architecture Fellows will develop the site-specific works over the course of the summer.

IPA Fellows are Kaja Kühl, with Columbia University Graduate School for Architecture, Preservation and Planning’s 5 Borough Studio; Nadine Maleh; Quilian Riano; and the team of Sagi Golan, Miriam Peterson, and Nathan Rich. For more information, please click here.

CONVERSATION/WORKSHOP
Date/Time: Wednesday July 23, 4:30-7 pm

“Total Reset” features public workshops with Sugar Hill community members, housing experts, and designers. At each workshop, Institute for Public Architecture Fellows will present their work-in-progress and IPA executive director Karen Kubey will moderate a discussion. “Total Reset” presents four innovative research and design proposals for public and affordable housing in New York. Inaugural Institute for Public Architecture Fellows will develop the site-specific works over the course of the summer. For more information, please click here.

OPEN RECEPTION
Date/Time: TBA


RSVP: info@the-ipa.org

Meet the Institute for Public Architecture Fellows and explore their work. The “Total Reset” open studio reception will bring together Sugar Hill community members, housing experts, designers, and the public. For more information, please click here.

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