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October 2, 2015
The second edition of Dwell on Design New York kicks off at Skylight Clarkson Sq today. Join us from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. for can't-miss discussions with industry leaders, including 10 CEU-accredited panels and a keynote conversation between Paul Goldberger and Eric Owen Moss, which you can preview here.

The Next Generation Design Experience, from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM | Cosentino Stage

Over the course of two decades, Joseph Vance Architects has fine-tuned a streamlined workflow in which 3D software plays an integral role the firm's process. Vance will join us to discuss how software has increased efficiency and improved coordination between architects and engineers for his team.

Credits: 1 AIA LU

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Flexible Bathroom Organization & Design, from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM | Haier Stage

Every bathroom is unique, shaped by a variety of factors and needs relating to space, layout, frequency of use, storage, style, and personal preferences, to name just a few. Interior designer Danielle Burkhardt will discuss solutions to bathroom storage and organization, also addressing the need for durable construction in a moist environment.

Credits: 1 AIA LU

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Design in the Digital Age: Branding and Social Media, from 12:15 PM to 1:15 PM | Cosentino Stage

From websites, to social media and mobile apps, the digital space is rich with tools for both designers and design fans to connect with one another. Three leading design professionals, Taavo Somer, Gretchen Hansen, and Willy Wong, will discuss the ways that digital channels continue to transform the industry, what it takes to get noticed, and how brands and retailers can make the most of the digital realm.

Credits: 0.1 IDCEC (SE-10332-107)

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Breezy Point Lift House

Reimagining a More Resilient New York, from 12:15 PM to 1:15 PM | Haier Stage

Three years after Superstorm Sandy wreaked nearly $65 billion in damage on Greater New York City, architects Illya Azaroff and Lance Brown will join us to discuss what citywide initiatives have been taken to shore up defenses, and what remains to be done. From beach grass to barrier islands, this panel will focus on workable and imaginative solutions for making NYC more resilient.

Credits: 1 AIA LU

Originally appeared in At Dwell on Design, Learn What Is Being Done to Make NYC More Resilient Post-Sandy
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Cosentino Presents: Material Culture: Tile, from 1:30 PM to 2:00 PM | Cosentino Stage

Carl Harris, Director of Flooring at Cosentino, and Andrew Dent of Material ConneXion join Dwell senior editor Aileen Kwun onstage to discuss advances in tile, with a special emphasis on how Dekton ultra-compact tile surfaces stand up to the tile du jour: porcelain.


Originally appeared in 8 New Kitchen and Bath Surfaces We Love
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Extended outdoor view of modern house with wraparound porch

The Intersection of Architecture and Furniture Design, from 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM | Haier Stage

Increasingly, architects have opted to design their own furniture to complement their building projects. Matthew Hufft, AIA, whose modern farmhouse graced the October 2012 cover of Dwell, will discuss the interplay between architecture and furniture design, sharing pieces from his own line.

Credits: 1 AIA LU, 0.1 IDCEC (SE-10332-100)



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Originally appeared in Modern Take on a Traditional Farmhouse in Missouri
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Castle's Chest of Drawers by Wendell Castle

Contemporary Furniture Design: A Dynamic New Era, from 2:45 PM to 3:45 PM | Cosentino Stage

For more than 30 years, Dennis Miller has created furniture that embodies modern design ideals. Taking the Dwell on Design audience on a visual journey through seminal pieces, Miller will guest-moderate three leading designers—Wendell Castle, Donna Feldman, and Jiun Ho—in a discussion on what makes a good design stand the test of time. 

Credits: 0.1 IDCEC (SE-10332-102)

Originally appeared in Wendell Castle's Volumes
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Eames lounge chair manufactured at the Herman Miller factory

Real Cost of Ripoffs, from 2:45 PM to 3:45 PM | Haier Stage

In this conversation based on Dwell’s famous 2012 essay on authenticity, three industry leaders—Paolo Cravedi, of Alessi and Be Original Americas; Dahlia Latif, president of the Soho Design District; and Ben Watson, executive creative director of Herman Miller—will discuss what knock-offs really mean for the industry and designers, consumers, and the field at large.  

Credits: 0.1 IDCEC (SE-10332-101)


Originally appeared in Discover Why There's No Substitute for an Authentic Eames Lounge Chair
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Hudson Yards with retail looking from the northeast, ©Related-Oxford.

Recipe for a New Neighborhood, from 3:45 PM to 4:45 PM | Cosentino Stage

How do you create an authentic neighborhood from the ground up? Three key thought-leaders behind Manhattan’s 28-acre Hudson Yards development, architect Howard Elkus, developer Michael Samuelian, and landscape architect Thomas Woltz, will convene to discuss the project’s unprecedented integration of mixed-use buildings with residences, recreational programs, retail stores, and over 14 acres of public spaces.

Credits: 1 AIA LU

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Originally appeared in At Dwell on Design, Learn How Architects and Developers Are Creating New York City's Newest Neighborhood
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Future Cities: An Interdisciplinary Response to Climate Change, from from 3:45 PM to 4:45 PM | Haier Stage

How does New York compare to other cities that are creating green infrastructure? Adrian Benepe of New York’s Trust for Public Land will join architect Alexander Gorlin to discuss how they’re working to create safer, more robust public spaces, designed to withstand natural weather events.

Credits: 1 AIA LU, 0.1 IDCEC (SE-10332-105)

Originally appeared in Discover How Parks Can Protect Cities from Natural Disasters at Dwell on Design New York
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SCI-Arc Figure Ground Game Exhibition

Keynote with Paul Goldberger and Eric Owen Moss, from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM | Cosentino Stage

To kick off Dwell on Design New York on October 2nd, 2015, Dwell welcomes Pulitzer Prize–winning author and Vanity Fair architecture critic Paul Goldberger, in conversation with Eric Owen Moss, architect and former director of SCI-Arc in Los Angeles. The discussion will touch upon the architectural experimentation that defined 1970s and 1980s Los Angeles. Pioneered and majorly influenced by Frank Gehry (the subject of Goldberger's newest book, BUILDING ART), that movement signaled the ascension of the west coast architecture school of thought--which many viewed as defiantly oppositional to the East coast academic establishment.

Following the conversation, Goldberger will sign copies of his book Building Art: The Life and Work of Frank Gehry.

Credits: 0.1 IDCEC (SE-10332-108)

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Evan Chakroff
Originally appeared in See Writer Paul Goldberger and Architect Eric Owen Moss in Conversation at Dwell on Design New York
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The Next Generation Design Experience, from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM | Cosentino Stage

Over the course of two decades, Joseph Vance Architects has fine-tuned a streamlined workflow in which 3D software plays an integral role the firm's process. Vance will join us to discuss how software has increased efficiency and improved coordination between architects and engineers for his team.

Credits: 1 AIA LU

Get your tickets for the show now. For a full list of panelists, see this page of Dwell on Design New York's website.

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