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“Party Wall” Made of Skateboard Scraps Wins MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program Competition

by , 01/18/13
filed under: Architecture, gallery

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Every year, New Yorkers look forward to MoMA PS1′s Warm Up parties as a symbol of summer fun, and it looks like they’ll be in for a treat once again. The Long Island City museum recently announced the winner of its Young Architects Program Competition, which picks one design that will be built as the venue for the concert series, and Ithaca-based CODA took the crown this year with their “Party Wall” made of skateboard manufacturing scraps. Read on to learn more about this elegant but still edgy pavilion!

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