DESIGN PAVILION



DESIGN PAVILION

Date(s)
05/07/2016 - 05/11/2016


Time
10:00 am - 10:00 pm


Location
Astor Place Plaza
between Cooper Square and Lafayette Street
manhattan
Admission Fee
Free
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Event Description

In celebration of  NYCxDESIGN

DESIGN PAVILION is a five-day public activation at the newly renovated Astor Place Plaza in Greenwich Village from May 7-11, 10:00am-10:00pm daily.

DESIGN PAVILION, sponsored by 125 Greenwich Street, in its inaugural year, presents a curated assemblage of creative structures and displays, serving as the public hub during NYCxDESIGN. It engages the community in lively design activities and increases awareness of the power of design and the many design activities occurring around town during the official design week.

Through an immersive urban experience, design-focused pavilions will offer daily programming and interactive displays intended to entertain.

Pavilions and displays by…
– 125 Greenwich Street with Snarkitecture
– DuPont™Corian® with Joe Doucet
– IBM Design by IBM Studios
– Ecovative with Harry Allen

– American Design Club 

-Jen Lewin
… and more!

NYC DESIGN TALKS
In conjunction with DESIGN PAVILION, NYC DESIGN TALKS offers inspiring topics featuring some of today’s most insightful design thinkers exploring the relationship between design and community, the affects of design on everyday life and how it is shaping our future. Sessions held at The Cooper Union, Parsons The New School For Design, and Fashion Institute of Technology.

Relevant insights provided by Rafael Viñoly, Michael Shvo, IBM Studio, Design Trust for Public Space, NYC Department of Design and Construction, AIGA, IDSA and more.

See the NYC DESIGN TALKS listing on this website, at http://www.design-pavilion.com and http://www.nycdesigntalks.com

DESIGN PAVILION AND NYC DESIGN TALKS
Produced by Shaw & Co. Productions.  Creative Direction by Harry Allen Design.  Development by InTandem Creatives, and CUSP NYC.
Strategic Alliance with Media Partner NBCNewYork.

Astor Place Plaza is in Greenwich Village, on the south side of East 8th Street between Cooper Square and Lafayette Street.