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Always the City Seen for the First Time, SLO Architecture’s Current Work

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Amanda Schachter and Alexander Levi, of SLO Architecture, will present their recent projects in New York City as ecologies of movement and community. Starting with a canoe trip down the Bronx River to discover an abandoned train station in need of rehabilitation and culminating in a bike ride along Brooklyn’s Ocean Parkway to arrive at a newly completed home in Midwood, Amanda and Alex will discuss how their practice builds on the idea that how we get somewhere shapes our vision of the places we reach. Through sustained local engagement, SLO develops a dynamic of surroundings allowing their process to tap into the interactive energy of urban space and capture the moment, always anew, where architecture and the city intersect.


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Amanda Schachter and Alexander Levi, of SLO Architecture, will present their recent projects in New York City as ecologies of movement and community. Starting with a canoe trip down the Bronx River to discover an abandoned train station in need of rehabilitation and culminating in a bike ride along Brooklyn’s Ocean Parkway to arrive at a newly completed home in Midwood, Amanda and Alex will discuss how their practice builds on the idea that how we get somewhere shapes our vision of the places we reach. Through sustained local engagement, SLO develops a dynamic of surroundings allowing their process to tap into the interactive energy of urban space and capture the moment, always anew, where architecture and the city intersect.


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