San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Following the announcement of the winning projects, members of the selection jury and representatives from each of the winning projects will engage in an informal panel discussion about their projects and how they address "connectivity in the public realm." Join us to gain an insider's perspective on the selection process and learn directly from the finalists about the future public space challenges that NYC faces. The panel discussion will be followed by a brief Q&A session with the audience.
We received over 90 online submissions to The Energetic City, the largest response in Design Trust history! Check out the stats below.
- 6 proposals for the Bronx
- 13 proposals for Brooklyn
- 13 proposals for Manhattan
- 7 proposals for Queens
- 6 proposals for Staten Island
- 35 proposals for all five boroughs
- 6 public agencies
- 25 individuals
- 63 community groups and nonprofit organizations
Special thanks to the National Museum of the American Indian for hosting this event!
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Design Trust for Public Space
The Design Trust was founded in 1995 to unlock the potential of New York City's shared spaces. Today we are a nationally-recognized incubator that transforms and evolves the city's landscape with city agencies and community collaborators. Our work can be seen, felt and experienced throughout all five boroughs–from parks and plazas to streets and public buildings.