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The League’s monthly First Friday events are informal social gatherings that allow members to visit the offices of leading design practices and see work on the boards.

The League’s monthly First Friday series shifted to a new online format and other days of the week. Each event explores design practices in New York City and beyond that operate in multiple roles—coupling architecture with initiatives including design advocacy, fabrication research, and community engagement.

Each program consists of brief presentations about the office structure (including some form of virtual tour, when possible), recent projects, and impetus for creating alternative modes of practice, followed by an informal discussion with attendees. Grab a beverage of your choice and join us for a casual conversation.

5468796 is a Winnipeg-based studio established in 2007 by Johanna Hurme and Sasa Radolovic. Alongside a broad range of projects including urban interventions as well as residential and commercial buildings, the studio is committed to civic engagement and is constantly searching for different ways to work with local government.

The conversation will be moderated by Aaron Betsky, Director of the School of Architecture + Design at Virginia Tech and a design critic and author.    


More upcoming events:

Dec 2

6:00 pm
Family

Tree Lighting

Hendrick I. Lott House
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Dec 3

10:00 am
Talk

Gardening Strategies for the Climate Crisis—ONLINE

Brooklyn Botanic Garden
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Dec 4

11:00 am
Tour

Virtual Walking Tour: Jewish Porto

Museum of Jewish Heritage
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Dec 6

6:00 pm
Talk

Designing Tomorrow’s Met: Kulapat Yantrasast

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Dec 7

12:00 pm
Talk

People + Places: L.A.'s Multifamily Housing Story

LA Conservancy
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Dec 7

2:00 pm
Workshop

Embodied Carbon Basics - Tools and Strategies

Architectural Record
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Dec 8

12:00 pm
Talk

Building, Land, Coal

Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
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Dec 8

6:00 pm
Talk

Book Talk: Divine New York

Museum at Eldridge Street
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Dec 10

11:00 am
Tour

Landmarks Old & New – Downtown Brooklyn

Municipal Art Society of New York
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Dec 13

1:00 pm
Workshop

Landscape Design Students & Alumni Series: Uli Lorimer

New York Botanical Garden
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Dec 14

2:00 pm
Workshop

ADA Signage

Architectural Record
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Dec 25

10:00 am
Tour

Christmas Day in Rockefeller Center

Municipal Art Society of New York
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The League’s monthly First Friday events are informal social gatherings that allow members to visit the offices of leading design practices and see work on the boards.

The League’s monthly First Friday series shifted to a new online format and other days of the week. Each event explores design practices in New York City and beyond that operate in multiple roles—coupling architecture with initiatives including design advocacy, fabrication research, and community engagement.

Each program consists of brief presentations about the office structure (including some form of virtual tour, when possible), recent projects, and impetus for creating alternative modes of practice, followed by an informal discussion with attendees. Grab a beverage of your choice and join us for a casual conversation.

5468796 is a Winnipeg-based studio established in 2007 by Johanna Hurme and Sasa Radolovic. Alongside a broad range of projects including urban interventions as well as residential and commercial buildings, the studio is committed to civic engagement and is constantly searching for different ways to work with local government.

The conversation will be moderated by Aaron Betsky, Director of the School of Architecture + Design at Virginia Tech and a design critic and author.    


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