THURSDAY, JANUARY 24 AT 6:30 PM
AT THE MUSEUM OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK

1.24.13 - Living Small_CHPC124


As the population of the world’s largest cities continues to outpace the available supply of land, housing, and environmental resources, we must all learn how to live small. What can the experience of cities around the world teach us about living well — both efficiently and comfortably — within smaller and shared spaces?

Join us for a lively discussion with four distinguished architects and designers to discuss the latest innovations in small home design around the world: Azby Brown, founder of the Future Design Institute in Tokyo; Pierluigi Colombo, founder of the Italian transformable furniture company Clei.s.r.l; Ted Smith, a leader in the movement for shared housing in California and beyond; and Nadine Maleh, who has years of experience designing supportive housing here in New York City for Common Ground Communities. Rosalie Genevro, Executive Director of the Architectural League of New York, will moderate.

$6 TICKETS FOR FRIENDS OF CHPC!
Reservations are required.
Enter code CHPC124 when registering online to receive discounted rate.

Regular program ticket prices: $6 Museum members; $8 seniors and students; $12 general public. For more information or to reserve by phone call 917-492-3395.
Co-sponsored by the Architectural League of New York, the Citizens Housing & Planning Council, and Resource Furniture
Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Making Room: New Models for Housing New Yorkers 

Museum of the City of New York
1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street
New York, NY 10029