For this year’s OHNY Weekend, Open House New York is partnering with the New Practices Committee of the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter to present a curated series of projects by emerging practices that explore how a new generation of designers is transforming New York. New Practices is dedicated to serving as a forum for new and evolving models of architecture and design practice. With its emphasis on highlighting young firms and new ideas, New Practices offers a platform for thinking about the future of architecture and the city.

Among the participating sites are The Bridge Golf Learning Center (G TECTS), an indoor golf center owned by The Bridge Golf Foundation, which provides a high quality indoor golf experience and uses golf to improve life outcomes for young men of color; Gerken Residence (Young Projects), a private penthouse apartment in a historic cast-iron Tribeca building whose recent renovation explores the shifting relationships of solid and void; and Lisson Gallery (Studio Christian Wassman), housed in a building directly below the High Line with private viewing and work spaces. See the complete list of sites below. Some New Practices New York sites will have Open Access hours and may be visited free-of-charge on a drop-in basis; others require Advance Reservations. Full tour descriptions and information about how to visit these sites will be available on October 4.

  

New Practices New York Sites

The Bridge Golf Learning Center
G TECTS

Design Within Reach Flagship
Büro Koray Duman

Espasso Gallery
Architecture in Formation

Fool’s Gold Records
Family New York

Galerie Perrotin
Peterson Rich Office

Gerken Residence
Young Projects

Intro Extro Residence
Kalos Eidos

Kew Gardens Hills Library
WORKac

Lisson Gallery
Studio Christian Wassmann

Tina Kim Gallery
SO-IL

Van Alen Institute
PARA Project / Collective-LOK

Voyager Espresso
Only If—

  


New Design Directions

After OHNY Weekend, join the New Practices Committee on Tuesday, October 17 at 6pm for a panel discussion on NPNY at the Design Within Reach Soho Studio at
110 Greene Street, New York City.

Images: Tina Kim Gallery by Jeremy Haik; Fool’s Gold courtesy of Family New York; Espasso Gallery by Tom Powell; The Bridge Golf Learning Center courtesy of The Bridge Golf Foundation; Gerken Residence by Naho Kubota; and Design Within Reach Flagship courtesy of Büro Koray Duman.