New York Build 2017 is the leading construction & design expo to focus exclusively on projects across New York City. As part of the expo, PechaKucha has organized New York State of Mind, in which SITU partner Wes Rozen will be presenting.
New York State of Mind runs from 2:30 - 4:30pm on March 16th, 2017 in the Javits Center.
For more information on New York Build 2017, click here.
For more information about PechaKucha, click here.
SITU Studio's L+ project is a finalist in SXSWedu's Learn by Design competition. Originally commissioned for the Center for an Urban Future and The Architecture League of New York's "Re-Envisioning Branch Libraries" competition, L+ proposes a flexible, replicable, and easily deployable system designed to support the diversity of today's library programming.
SITU's Amy Parker will present the proposal in the conceptual category of SXSWedu's Learn by Design competition, that celebrates the design of physical learning spaces and their potential to impact learning outcomes.
To learn more about L+, click here.
To learn more about SXSWedu and Learn by Design, click here.
On February 22nd, SITU Research Director Brad Samuels presents "UNDISCIPLINED: Reflections at the Intersection of Design, Technology, and Human Rights" at Columbia Law School. Examining the role that design can play in human rights fact finding and reporting, Samuels shares SITU’s recent projects and explores how interdisciplinary collaboration can lead to innovative and socially-minded work.
To find out more about this talk, or to attend, click here.
On February 4th, SITU partner Aleksey Lukyanov-Cherny presents "Space As Generator: Designing Spaces for Interaction," at the Education Summit hosted by the Interaction Design Association (IxDA). The Summit kicks off Interaction 17, an annual design festival featuring of business leaders, designers and artists from around the world.
To find out more about Interaction 17, or to attend, click here.
“Yard Work,” an open and adaptable gallery designed by SITU, opened in February 2016 to display the rich work and culture of the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Located in BLDG 92, the exhibition is adjacent to a new Brooklyn Roasting Company cafe. Together, the gallery and cafe offer an exciting new space at the Yard, designed to serve tenants as well as neighboring communities.
Through rotating and curated exhibitions, Yard Work showcases the tools, talents, people, products, community and culture of the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Celebrating the diversity of the Yard’s tenant base, the gallery reflects the Yard’s vision and role as an anchor of New York City’s modern industrial sector supporting a unique and innovative ecosystem.
Read The Architect's Newspaper's coverage of the new space here.
We are pleased to announce that SITU Partner Aleksey Lukyanov-Cherny will be presenting Making Space for Learning as part of Educon 2.9 in Philadelphia, PA.
To find out more about EduCon 2.9, or to attend, click here.