13 Architecture-Themed Costumes Seen at Storefront for Art & Architecture’s Halloween Bash

by , 10/30/14

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Stormy weather couldn’t keep guests away from dressing to the nines and traveling to the West Village where they entered a fantastical room filled with Christian Wassman air dressing balloons and Fellini’s 8 1/2 playing along the walls. Banality themed costumes ranged from the mundane like stick figures, scale models, an X-acto knife, to an architect’s evil challenges like sheet rock, critical mass, and greedy profiteers. Architizer CEO Marc Kushner attended the festivities dressed as a Photoshop lasso tool, and there were even a couple iconic King Kong and Empire State Building duos, including Bjarke Ingles as a King Kong.

Though there was a live competition the night of the party, votes are still being collected for the people’s choice favorite costume online. Prizes include a print by architectural photographer Dean Kaufman, a print by Madelon Vriesendrop, a drawing by Ryue Nishizawa, and a year long membership to Storefront. Vote for your favorite costume HERE until November 11th!

Founded in 1982, Storefront for Art and Architecture is a non-profit that promotes innovation in architecture and design through lectures, exhibitions, film screenings, and conferences. It is a public forum for young and creative voices to be heard and respected. Storefront not only knows how to generate dialogue and support for young and contemporary design, but they can throw a heck of a party, too!

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via Curbed

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5 Comments

  1. kim moresi August 3, 2016 at 6:32 am
    'Preservation is good, but it doesn’t allow any opposing force,' says Bench. 'If you save a few beautiful buildings, it’s not as if the stuff that really should go then gets demolished. Instead, we end up putting the pressure on the buildings that are quite good, but not quite good enough to be deemed historical.' Competition briefs for urban development can overlook the most pressing and relevant needs of local communities, and architects are usually limited to satisfying the brief's requirements in their proposals. As a response, Storefront set up the Competition of Competitions, where interdisciplinary teams got to ask the questions in creating their own competition briefs.
  2. STATBD.COM July 20, 2016 at 11:40 pm
    Luscious design. Awesome architectures work.
  3. rokon860 April 26, 2016 at 8:19 am
    funny image collection
  4. sumon November 23, 2015 at 12:44 am
    Funny but I like it...
  5. aybige tek September 15, 2014 at 10:37 am
    Hilarious and pure fun!