Architects Envision Affordable Live/Work Spaces for Foodies

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August 25, 2016

The Institute for Public Architecture recently issued a challenge to architects to come up with speculative designs for live/work spaces that can be incorporated into dense New York City neighborhoods without displacing residents. Eleven architecture firms were selected to create hybrid spaces — many of which are intended for restaurant entrepreneurs — in a response to the city’s plan to design 200,000 units of affordable housing. READ MORE

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