The Making Room Design Showcase and Symposium was a tremendous success! Participants and attendees alike were energized by the possibilities for expanding housing types presented, and the potential for substantive change in the City’s housing regulations. Making Room is also generating a lot of attention from the press. Please visit our Facebook page for updates on the most current coverage.
Making Room is the latest phase in CHPC’s ongoing examination of the mismatch between New York’s population and its available housing stock. The design showcase brought together five highly respected architects to present their ideas for reshaping NYC’s housing stock to better meet the needs of diverse 21st century households. Their presentations were followed by discussion among leaders from NYC’s housing and real estate community, and international experts in design and architecture. Participants also included representatives from City Hall, City Planning, and Commissioners from four City agencies–Cultural Affairs, DDC, DOB, and HPD. You can view the full program for the day here.
Introduction by Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services, Linda Gibbs
Introduction by Julie Sandorf, President of the Charles H. Revson Foundation
Introduction to Making Room by Jerilyn Perine
Shall + Shared = Green
New York City & Tokyo
By Graham Hill & Azby Brown
Stan Allen & Rafi Segal
Stan Allen Architect
Rafi Segal Architecture Urbanism
Peter Gluck and Partners Architects
Jonathan Kirschenfeld Architect PC
Balancing Population Growth & Housing Regulations: the Public Sector Challenges
Introduced by: David Bragdon, Director of the Mayor’s Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability
Moderated by: David J. Burney, Commissioner of the NYC Department of Design and Construction (DDC)
Kate D. Levin, Commissioner of the Department of Cultural Affairs.
Robert LiMandri,Commissioner of the Department of Buildings
Mathew M. Wambua, Commissioner of the Department of Housing Preservation & Development
Thomas Wargo, Director of the Zoning Division at the Department of City Planning
Smith & Others, San Diego
Wrap-up Panelone comment
Presentation by Housing Type