This month MS Design and Urban Ecologies students exhibited United for Housing: Reclaiming Local Cooperativism in Sunset Park at the Museum of History of Immigration in Paris. The project included the work of three cohorts of MS DUE students produced in collaboration with community partners in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. The exhibition was part of the international and transdisciplinary project Inscriptions in Relation led by Civic City and Dix-Milliards-Humains Research Institute. Over 20 design schools were part of the event which brought together research conducted by theoreticians, creators, artists, designers, historians, urban planners, anthropologists, and citizens. Graduate students Jason Brown, Daniel Chu, Daniela Castillo, and Ana Prada represented the over 40 students that were involved in this housing project.
For more information about the publication, see United for Housing: Reclaiming Local Cooperativism in Sunset Park.