Learn about the Hybrid, a new breed of co-development where not-for-profit and for-profit clients cohabitate, integrating two or more divergent uses such as an untraditional mix of schools, sacred spaces, residential, retail, and office, into a single, purpose-built building. Hear about the opportunities and challenges inherent to these projects, with a focus on design and construction implications, as well as their potential impacts on institutions, communities, social justice, and the urban fabric. Dan Kaplan, FAIA, senior partner with New York City–based FXCollaborative, and Miriam Harris, executive vice president of Trinity Place Holdings, developer of the FXCollaborative-designed 77 Greenwich (shown here), explore how the Hybrid may allow for the creation of more equitable cities through development opportunities and partnerships between seemingly divergent client types.
This program will be live streamed via Zoom Webinar. Upon completion of your payment here, you will receive a confirmation with instructions on how to register for the Zoom event. Architects seeking learning units or Certificates of Completion must provide their information when registering for the Zoom event.
This program includes optional closed captioning access.
1.5 LU HSW (AIA)
$5 Museum Member | Free Student | $10 Non-member
Spotlight on Design is generously supported by the Revada Foundation of the Logan Family.
Image: Copyright Binyan Studios, Courtesy of FXCollaborative