Designing Affordability in the Press

Designing Affordability examines the ways in which architects, engineers, planners, policy makers and ordinary citizens are creating innovative ways to reduce the cost of housing, increase opportunity, rethink the way we live and show new ways to build and maintain structures. Taking on various elements necessary for the production of housing, developers, individuals, governments and architects are designing affordability and creating models for addressing the crisis and creating new opportunities for us all.

The exhibition has been covered widely in articles available below:

 

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Hunters Point South Should Be the New Gold Standard for Affordable Housing 

“Right about now, the world’s best architects should be elbowing each other out of the way in a rush to New York.” By

 

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7 Smart Ways to Design Housing That’s Actually Affordable

“There is a big difference between affordable housing and housing that is affordable” By 

 fast company logoThese Affordable Apartments Show How We Can Rethink Home Design To Fight Rising Rents

“You can only build so many units given land available and government subsidies. The architects can come in and think about how to lower construction costs and rethink the way we live.” By Jessica Leber

 

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A Roof for Everyone:

The Center for Architecture’s “Designing Affordability” opens many more areas for engagement between architecture and activism.  By A.J.P. Artemel

 

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“It is sobering to think that a favela might offer a model for New York, but, given the city’s galloping wealth inequality, it might also prove to be prescient.” Full review here

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