Situ Studio will be participating in a panel at the Intersections 2013: Interoperable Workflow | Innovative Practice symposium on May 31st. The symposium is being presented at the New York City College of Technology in conjunction with the National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education grant Fuse LAB: Collaborative Education for Tomorrow's Technology in Architecture, Engineering and Construction.
Situ Studio and the Princeton University Department of Geosciences will present GIRI at the American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Convention & Exhibition in Pittsburgh May 19 - 22.
Heartwalk has move to the Rockaways. Join us for a Public Space Potluck on Rockaway Beach on Saturday, May 18th from 1-4 pm at Beach 95th Street. We will be discussing the role of the designer in disaster recovery with the Design Trust for Public Space, MoMA PS1 VW Dome 2, and NYC Parks' Arts in the Parks program for NYCxDesign. Click here for the full press release.
Situ will be participating in Who Builds Your Architecture 2.0, a panel being held at the Vera List Center for Art and Politics. This roundtable examines current issues in ethics, in particular the links between construction practices and workers' rights, and provokes broader questions about contemporary forms of globalization where architecture takes central stage.
Situ Studio will be speaking at the University of Virginia School of Architecture as part of the Clark-Howe Colloquium lecture series on March 28th.
Heartwalk moved from Times Square to the Pearl Street Triangle in Dumbo, Brooklyn. The new venue made possible by the DUMBO Business Improvement District and NYC Department of Transportation. The project will be remain in the new location until April 30th, 2013.
Heartwalk has been featured today on Instagram's blog. The project has been using #heartwalktsq to aggregate photos of various parts of the projects construction and realization as well as visitor's expiences at the installation. An album of these images can be viewed here.
Situ Studio's design, Heartwalk, has been selected as the winner of this year’s annual Times Square Valentine Heart Design, presented by the Times Square Alliance.