We had a great time last night at the Museum of the City of New York with Graham Hill from LifeEdited, Paul Freitag from Jonathan Rose Companies and Michael Colgrove from the Energy Research and Development Authority! Most of the audience was impressed with the fresh ideas (and those that were not impressed voiced their opinions!) on how we can change the future of the way we live.
Graham Hill showed off his LifeEdited apartment decked out with cool ideas and (our) space-saving furniture. Next big idea? Less but better. Get rid of clutter and use “sharing libraries” to go green and save money.
Paul Freitag presented the groundbreaking adAPT NYC project and creative living environments that solve housing issues in NYC. We love the idea of using community spaces as an extension of individual micro-apartments.
Don’t miss the Making Room: New Models for Housing New Yorkers exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York running through September for your chance to see a furnished micro-apartment in person!