Are we destined to live in the shadows of luxury supertalls, piloting our self-driving cars into oblivion? As part of the Gizmodo Home of the Future, join us for a spirited debate on the future of New York streets, from the sidewalk to the skyline.
Experts from the worlds of architecture, urbanism, infrastructure, transportation, and real estate will deliver their visions for the way the city of today can—and should—transform into the megalopolis of tomorrow.
- Andy Bernheimer, Bernheimer Architecture/Gizmodo Home of the Future
- Marc Kushner, Architizer
- Robin Nagle, NYU, author of Picking Up
- Nikolai Fedak, New York Yimby
- Karen Kubey, Institute for Public Architecture
- Annie Barrett, Pratt Institute School of Architecture
- Mayo Nissen, Frog Design
- Jeffrey Inaba, Inaba Projects
- Amy Schellenbaum, Curbed National
- Matt Hardigree, Jalopnik
- Geoff Manaugh, Gizmodo
- and more to come...
- Moderated by Alissa Walker, Urbanism Editor, Gizmodo
Streets of the Future: The Great Urban Debate
Saturday, May 17
2 to 4 p.m.
Gizmodo Home of the Future
268 Mulberry Street
New York City
Hours: 11:00 am to late. The Gizmodo gang will be working on-site all week—with super-fast wifi, on snazzy furniture—and we'll be hosting events every night. Check the schedule for all our programming here.
For all media inquiries regarding the Gizmodo Home of the Future, please contact Patrick Kowalczyk at email@example.com.