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Archtober, the month-long festival of architecture and design, returns this year to New York City. Organized by the Center for Architecture in collaboration with partners and sponsors across the city, the Archtober 2022 installment of the festival will gather events, exhibitions, resources, and activities across the five boroughs. 

Archtober 2022 will continue to feature a combination of in-person and virtual programming, allowing partners to welcome audiences back to their spaces while also taking advantage of broader online networks. Several partners will be offering their talks in virtual or hybrid formats to accommodate even larger and more international audiences. For 2022, the festival’s popular “Building of the Day” series of architect-led tours will be fully in-person. In response to popular demand, this year’s series will feature two different building tours on Saturdays, allowing the festival to reach broader weekend audiences. This year’s selection of tours includes:

  • 9 Dekalb in Brooklyn by SHoP Architects
  • The Living Breakwaters Project in Staten Island by SCAPE, offered in conjunction with
  • Open House New York aboard a Circle Line vessel
  • Pier 57 in Manhattan by Diller Scofidio and Renfro, Handel Architects, and !melk
  • The Peninsula in the Bronx by WXY and Elizabeth Kennedy Landscape Architect
  • Queens Public Library Steinway Branch renovation by Mario Gooden Studio

Beyond timed and ticketed activities, the Archtober site will once again include “Anytime Activities,” a section of evergreen resources for architecture lovers of all ages. The Center for Architecture’s “Architecture at Home” resources and the Cooper Hewitt’s “Design It Yourself” series provide families with simple, downloadable instructions for DIY activities.

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