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Interboro Partners, a Brooklyn firm led by Tobias Armborst, Georgeen Theodore and Daniel D’Oca, clinched one of the most coveted installation commissions for emerging architects when they were selected to create their Holding Pattern canopy in the courtyard of MoMA PS1 for the summer Warm Up series in 2011. Since then, Interboro has gone on to work on numerous architecture and urban design projects that prioritize community engagement. They were selected as lead planning consultant for the City of Detroit’s Campau/Banglatown Neighborhood Framework Plan, and they published The Arsenal of Exclusion & Inclusion (2016), an encyclopedia of 202 tools used to either restrict or increase access to urban space. Theodore and Armborst deliver this talk at Yale School of Architecture.