Creative Fabric: Mapping Community Connection in NYC’s Garment District is a digital humanities project that employs both geographic and network mapping to illustrate the relationships within New York City’s Garment District necessary to sustain this creative ecosystem.
Graphia is a graphic, tablet-based tool that helps children write essays in a creative and visual way, while simultaneously capable of diagnosing learning disabilities behind the scenes with an AI model.
Events that require street closures have unique needs like rapid set up and take down, use of durable materials, and accessibility for community members. Creating beautiful and inviting spaces encourages participation, but often street events are furnished with some folding chairs and pop-up tents at best. Multigenerational Active Streets' goal is to create objects that form spaces with opportunities for new active programming for people of all ages.
Participatory Education: Supporting Community Engagement Within and Beyond the Classroom sought to document the current state of civic engagement across the institute.
Sound of Space | Space of Sound endeavors to inform and enlighten about the integration of sound within interior space.
We seek to move beyond the subject of ‘sustainability’ as a purely material discussion and invite students to build empathy and interconnectedness with the living and breathing world.
Tackl Board is a cutting board with attachments for kitchen use and considers cooks with less mobility or strength in one hand.
How do we design socio-technical support systems so that networks of children can engage together in collaborative, social, and embodied design?