Skateboard "Party Wall" by CODA Wins MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program 2013

Skateboard "Party Wall" by CODA Wins MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program 2013

American studio CODA just won this year's annual MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program competition for their "Party Wall" sculpture. The competition invites emerging architecture studios to propose a temporary summer installation for PS1, with HWKN as the winner of last year's program. "Party Wall" will officially open in Long Island City at the end of June and will install a wall made from skateboard offcuts into the courtyard of the PS1 Contemporary Art Center. "Party Wall" is a linear structure also meant to incorporate events spaces, seating areas, stages, and projections areas, as well as pools of water that will function as "cooling stations."

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