openstudios Flatiron District

 

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Saturday, April 12, 2014
Studio tours, 1-5 pm
Reception 5-7 pm

Open House New York invites you inside the studios and offices of some of the city’s leading architects, designers, and engineers during openstudios Flatiron District, a Saturday afternoon open house celebrating the neighborhood as a thriving center of architecture and design. Visit the spaces where architects work, see new projects in the design phase, and meet the individuals who are helping to shape the city’s future.

General Admission: $30 in advance / $35 at check-in
OHNY Members, students and seniors: $20 in advance / $25 at check-in

Advance registration ends Friday, April 11 at 5pm.
Purchase advance tickets online here.

Please note: You must check-in at Open House New York’s office at 1133 Broadway, Suite 802, before visiting participating studios. Check-in will be open from 12:45 to 3:30 pm.

Participating studios
Allied Works Architecture
BKSK Architects
Deborah Berke Partners
Fradkin & McAlpin Architects
FXFOWLE Architects
H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture
HLW International LLP
Morris Adjmi Architects
MNA
PBDW Architects
RKTB Architects, P.C.
Ryall Porter Sheridan Architects
SOFTlab
SOMA
TEK Architects
Reception generously sponsored by  Haefele_Logo   KIT_Logo-revised-copy

Please note: The Flatiron Building will not be open during openstudios.

 

 

OHNY Preview: Brooklyn Bridge Park Piers 2 and 4

 

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Tuesday, April 22, 2014
4:30 and 6:30 pm

Regina Myer, President of the Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation; Patricia Kirshner, VP of Capital Planning and Construction; and Leigh Trucks, Director of Capital Projects, will lead two back-to-back members-only previews of Pier 2 and Pier 4 Beach, the latest phase of Brooklyn Bridge Park. Once completed, Pier 2 will offer five-acres of recreational space, while Pier 4 Beach will include an accessible beach for launching kayaks and small water craft. The tour will highlight the park’s consistent commitment to waterfront access, sustainability and continuity of the industrial heritage of the site.

This event is limited to OHNY members only. Admission is free.
Reservations will begin on April 15 at 10 am here.

Not an OHNY member yet? Click here to see a full list of membership levels and benefits and join today!

 

 

OHNY Preview: Sims Sunset Park Materials Recycling Facility

 

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Saturday, April 26, 2014
1 pm

Tom Outerbridge, General Manager of Sims Municipal Recycling, and Annabelle Selldorf, Principal of Selldorf Architects, will lead a members-only preview of the Sunset Park Material Recovery Facility. Located on an 11-acre pier on Sunset Park’s waterfront, and built of 98% recycled steel, the facility will serve as the principal processing center for all of New York City’s curbside metal, glass, and plastic recyclables. The 140,000 sf complex includes the Tipping Building, where recyclables will arrive by barge, and an education center, where will students learn about recycling.

This event is limited to OHNY members only. Admission is free.
Reservations will begin on April 18 at 10 am here.

Not an OHNY member yet? Click here to see a full list of membership levels and benefits and join today!

 

 

Seaport Series: Historic Front Street

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Tuesday, April 29, 2014
5pm

Rick Cook, principal of COOKFOX Architects, leads a tour of Historic Front Street, a dynamic mixed-use complex of shops and apartments that thoughtfully fuses contemporary design with a block of formerly neglected historic brick warehouses from the Seaport’s heyday. Learn about how the neighborhood’s rich history is informing the architecture of its revitalization today, and how Historic Front Street’s post-Sandy retrofit could provide a model for post-disaster recovery in historic areas in the future.

$15 OHNY Members
$25 General Admission
Reservations begin on April 22 at 10 am here.

The Seaport Series is a series of OHNY tours and programs that explore the past, present, and future of the South Street Seaport as it transforms itself into one of the most architecturally and culturally vibrant neighborhoods in the city.