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  • Dancing About Architecture
    As part of Parsons School of Design’s m(ovement)lab workshop series on March 10, participants will have the chance to explore how spatial design can mesh with kinesiology and dance to influence both the construction and experience of a space. A Parsons graduate student will host the workshop, which will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. at the New School. More  ›
  • From Horsecars to Helicopters
    If you’ve ever wondered how the mobile infrastructure of New York came to be, drop by the Brooklyn Brainery on March 9 at 8:30 p.m. to learn about the history of New York City transportation. This class will tackle everything from omnibus rides to helicopter shuttles and what it has taken over the years to get ever-busy New Yorkers from one point to the next.
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  • Technology and Design
    On March 10 at the Museum of Arts and Design, as part of its monthly series, We used to ____, now we _____, Sam Lavigne and Rob Horning of The New Inquiry magazine will engage in a discussion about the role technology, design, programming, and writing have in today’s world. More ›
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Touring design stars Anda Andrei’s and Vicente Wolf’s latest projects. See More ›

Andrei hung a 1976 Calder mobile in the lobby intead of a light.

11 Howard features furniture designed by Space Copenhagen.

The stainless-steel bed frame is classic Wolf, modern and elegant.

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Party Coasters

These laser cut plastic coasters from Saskia Pomeroy are made in the United Kingdom and available at Tictail. More  ›

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