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Global Design Book Launch Party!
Thur. Feb 19th at 6:30 pm
235 Bowery, NYC
Times Square Electronic Garden:
Global Design NYU, Gallatin, Tisch ITP,
Terreform ONE, Time Square Alliance and
NYCxDESIGN. May 10th 2016 6am-10pm
|Exhibit + Event at NYU London.
GDNYU'S BOOK FEATURES:
Aberrant Architecture, ACME, ARO
(Architectural Research Office), AUM Studio,
AWP, Axel Killian, BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group),
Bloom: The Game, Creus e Carrasco
Arquitectos, CUAC Arquitectura, David Kohn
Architects, DJ Spooky (Paul Miller), Doxiades+,
Groundlab, Haugen/Zohar, HHF Architects,
Interboro Partners, J. Mayer H. Studio,
Laboratory for Visionary Architecture, Lateral
Office, LAVA, mi5 Architectos, MMW Architects,
NEA Studio,Ordinary, Office for Subversive
Architecture (OSA), Planetary
ONE,Pneumastudio, R&Sie(n), Rachel
Armstrong, Raumlabor Berlin, Richard
Sommer, RUR Architecture, Ruy Klein, SCAPE,
Serie Architects, SIDL (Spatial Information
Design Lab), SLA, Specht Harpman, Studio
Weave, Terreform ONE THEVERYMANY,
TOPOTEK 1, WORKac... AND A WRITTEN
WORK BY HASHIM SARKIS.
Cities and Citizenship
FILM SCREENING and OPENING PARTY:
The Domino Effect
ENVISION: Nature and Design creates an
exciting dialogue with many disparate and
active NYU researchers. Powered by
Times Square Electronic Garden
The “Times Square Electronic Garden” project is meant to initiate a conversation about climate change, energy use and green urban spaces.
Designed and fabricated by New York University students, this earth bomb features speakers and live sensors among the plants that
connect to our URL. The idea is to “re-nature” Times Square so that the public can contemplate new natures within our cities. We invite
people to explore soothing living vegetative surfaces and recognize the stark contrast of their hyper-electrified surroundings. The students
have designed and built an open central sphere for visitors to circulate through so that they may encounter a microcosm of hanging gardens.
Around the sphere there will be a greenscape of serpentine living benches for rest, gathering, and contemplation. The whole project, start-to-
finish, will be erected and removed in a 24 hour period. It will be a place to reimagine Times Square’s consumer culture into a truly
sumptuous environmental future.
Co-Principal Investigators: Mitchell Joachim, Louise Harpman, Peder Anker. Film Media: Keith Miller. NYU ITP: Namira Abdulgani, Kylin Chen, Ella Dagan,
Jordan Frand, Michelle Hessel, Renata Kuba, Gal Nissim, Isabel Paez, Tigran Paravyan, Lutfiadi Rahmanto, Leslie Ruckman, Abhishek Singh, Edson Soares,
Katie Temrowski, Jed Watson, Yan Zhao, Yang Zhao. NYU Gallatin: Theo Mandin-Lee, Jordan Marks, Max Mezzomo, Valerie Mu, Shel Orock, Alex Selz, Henry
Wang. NYU Staff: Karim Ahmed, Jenny Kijowski, Nicholas P Likos, Lillian J Warner, Matthew Tarpley, Shandor Hassan, Shai Pelled