Introduction - Special Events


MCNY Making Room - Micro Unit

The exhibit Making Room, New Models for Housing New Yorkers at the Museum of the City of New York (MCNY) from January 2013 to September 2013 featured a Micro Unit with architecture by Amie Gross Architects. Furniture/interior design was by Clei, Resource Furniture and Pierluigi Colombo. The exhibition offered new insights into how our changing social, economic and cultural lives are re-shaping our housing needs. Visitors to the exhibition were able to inhabit this full sized studio apartment of 325 square feet to understand that a small space can indeed be spacious.

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MCNY Making Room - Micro Unit


We are pleased to share with you that Amie Gross was recently a speaker at the TEDx conference sponsored by the Hunter College Campus Schools in New York City. The conference titled Mihi Cura Futuri: The Care of the Future is Mine featured alumni of Hunter College Elementary and High Schools.

Ms. Gross’ talk titled Seeding Community : The Architecture of Conversation addresses how the tools of the architect and visual artist are used to actively promote our interaction with each other and the spaces we inhabit. Using historical examples and the work of AGA, key priorities for creating spaces that foster a range of public and private relationships are discussed. The talk is broad based, with strategies presented that are applicable to the general population as well as the design and public policy communities.

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Seeding Community : The Architecture of Conversation


Seeding Community : The Architecture of Conversation