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  • Studio Job: In Conversation
    Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagle the collaborators behind the Belgian atelier Studio Job are known largely for their experimentation with materials like bronze and glass, and for producing incredibly intricate and malleable work in a neo-gothic style. On March 22 at 7 p.m., the Museum of Arts and Design will host Smeets and Tynagle as they discuss their creative vision, collaboration, and craftsmanship. More  ›
  • New York’s Modernist Interiors
    On March 23 at 6 p.m., the New York School of Interior Design will be hosting architectural historian Timothy Rohan to speak about New York modernist-interior-architecture greats such as Paul Rudolph, Robert A. M. Stern, and Alan Buchsbaum, who got their start renovating the city’s apartments, lofts, and townhouses in the 1970s.
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  • Vertical Urban Factories
    In Nina Rappaport’s new book, Vertical Urban Factory, she explores the design of urban factories (both literal factories and vertical factories, which are integrated throughout a building) and their relationship to the surroundings. On March 28 at the New York Center for Architecture, Rappaport will be speaking about the themes in her book. More ›
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The relief flames were originally painted in red and orange.

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