With sessions ranging from “Luxuries That Never Go Out of Style” to “The Science and Emotional Power of Color” and “Inclusive, Enhanced City,” the City of Tomorrow Real Estate and Design Summit (Friday, February 3 to Saturday, February 4) promises to cover a wide range of territory.
The event was organized by the 92nd Street Y and Hundred Stories, a New York City-based public relations firm that represents a wide range of real estate developers and New York properties. The Friday night headline event is “Architecture and New York’s 21st-Century Identity,” 7 to 8pm, and includes Liz Diller of DS+R, Roger Duffy of SOM, Christopher Sharples of SHoP, and Patrik Schumacher of Zaha Hadid Architects.
The weekend’s events also feature James Ramsey, creator of the Lowline, Jeffrey Beers of Jeffrey Beers International, Nadine Maleh, executive director of the Institute for Public Architecture, among a swathe of other designers, developers, and city officials. For a full list of events and ticket options, go to the 92nd Street Y’s website.