“Total Reset” Open Studio Reception, 8/7/14
Click above for photos of the “Total Reset” Open Studio Reception
Meet the Institute for Public Architecture Fellows and explore their work.
Institute for Public Architecture Fellows develop four innovative research and design proposals for public and affordable housing in New York. This program is created in response to Mayor de Blasio’s “total reset” for housing.
Inaugural IPA Fellows are: Kaja Kühl, in association 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.
August 7, 5-7 p.m.
155th Street at St. Nicholas Avenue (SE corner)
Sugar Hill, Harlem
C train to 155 St.
Or A/D train express to 145th St and walk ten blocks or change to the C.
RSVP for the event here.
For more info on the “Total Reset” residency and exhibition, click here.
The Institute for Public Architecture acknowledges our generous “Total Reset” supporters.
Belden Tri-State Building Materials
James Cohan Gallery
The Hudson Companies
Shoshana Perry and Noel Wiggins