Live/Work for the Workforce Summer Residency
“We have to figure out as a city how industrial and commercial and residential uses can co-exist: through building typology, through modernization of zoning, and through a modernization of how we think about the co-existence of these three sectors.” Kyle Kimball, former President of NYC Economic Development Corporation.
The IPA’s Fellows Residency Program will provide the space, time, and community of practice, placed in an applicable neighborhood, on developing design concepts enabling the creation of affordable live/work spaces for artists and “makers” that specifically address these issues.

Interested? Download the pdf here. Applications due April 8 at 5:00 pm. Deadline Extended to April 11 at 5:00 PM

Missed the Feb 23 panel discussion with Richard Plunz, Susanne Schindler, Jared Della Valle, and Jeff Schumaker? Click here to view or read KNOLL's blog post about the event.