We started off with our revised workforce housing presentation, students virtually conveyed some critical aspects of Manhattan’s existing housing conditions and how Net+ design will positively impact the area. The studio then shared a series of diagrams and images to communicate the site analysis of both Lee Mills and Ogden sites.
Then, students were able to present a final showcase of their innovative, affordable housing designs, allowing participants to provide some insight and constructive feedback on their work. The meeting was received positively by those who could be there and was recorded for those who could not make the Friday presentation.
As we reach the end of the SD phase; we achieved a conceptual development through utilization of our research concerning the housing conditions in Manhattan. The next step of the studio is to develop these proposals in greater detail with feedback from our stockholder group and students studying the building systems and trades.