This concept for a set of furniture emphasizes mobility and adaptability. Each unit is designed to allow for rapid assembly and dismantling and easy storage. Street barriers are foldable or mounted on wheels, while shelters and tables can be constructed quickly onsite out of lightweight components.
Community partner: 82nd Street Partnership
Neighborhood: Jackson Heights, Queens
Coordinating firm: SO-IL and LTL
Supporting firms: ARO; Design Advocates (Frederick Tang Architecture, Kalos Eidos, Office of Tangible Space, Some People Studio, Studio Fōr, Worrell/Yeung); MOS; nARCHITECTS; VHB