We thought it might be a good time to check in on Holding Pattern, our project for the 2011 Young Architects Program. Holding Pattern was deinstalled from the MoMA PS1 courtyard four months ago, but the deinstallation didn’t mark the end of the project—just the start of its second phase. Read more
AUTHOR: DANIEL D'OCA
About Daniel D'Oca
Interboro Partners is a New York City-based office of architects, urban designers, and planners who work together to improve the urban environment with innovative, experimental design ideas. At the heart of Interboro’s philosophy is the idea that architecture’s ability to act is tied to its own ability to recognize those that act on it. Interboro’s projects thus represent an ever-expanding concept of what architecture is, of how it acts on the world, but also how it is acted upon by individuals, institutions, ideas, idealizations, and objects. Interboro is Tobias Armborst, Daniel D'Oca, and Georgeen Theodore.
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