Three installations centering sustainability and social justice will be staged across Manhattan as part of NYCxDESIGN’s Design Pavilion

A nest of bamboo strips, a cross-laminated timber (CLT) structure by a former NFL player, and a poignant digital projection commemorating lost American history are three installations staged at sites across New York City this month as part of NYCxDESIGN’s Design Pavilion, coinciding with Archtober.

Design Pavilion opens to the public on October 12. The three locations for the public-forward activations will play host to a variety of programming, among this a return of the organization’s Design Talks series. This year’s topic of discussion centers on sustainability, in particular how to eliminate waste and the circular economy.

Bamboo Cloud lights up from within. (Courtesy

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