Flavorwire picked up on the firm's recent exhibit, "Voices of Liberty," at the Museum of Jewish Heritage. The article includes four points about "why it's cool" as well as a preview audio portion from the exhibit. Read Flavorwire's full article and listen to the excerpt here. Read all Fresh posts about Voices of Liberty and MJH here.Read More
Jocelyn Gonzales from Feet in Two Worlds, a project of the New School in NYC, has created a short video piece on the firm's recent Voices of Liberty exhibit at the Museum of Jewish Heritage. The piece captures many of the moving voices in the exhibit experience. Museum Deputy Director Ivy Barsky, firm partner Jonathan Alger and Phillip Tiongson...Read More
The firm's Voices of Liberty project appeared today in eOculus, the newsletter of the New York chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA/NY) today. The write-up includes a nod to one of the voices in the exhibit, architect Daniel Libeskind: The recently opened 2,200-square-foot Keeping History Center is the first permanent addition to the Museum of...Read More
The firm's newest exhibit project, "Voices of Liberty," designed in collaboration with Potion, appeared in both Fast Company and in Time Out New York. The exhibit, which is installed in the Museum of Jewish Heritage's "Keeping History Center," focuses on the stories of immigrants to the United States, and features audio testimonials throughout the space. Fast Company quotes...Read More
The Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum is gearing up to host its Teen Design Fair during National Design Week. Partner Emanuela Frigerio will participate in the event on Monday, October 19th (4 to 6:30 PM at the TimesCenter, 242 W 41st Street in Manhattan). It will be her third time at the event. Each year, the Museum gives students a...Read More
The Samuel H. Kress Foundation has just released its Annual Report, designed by the firm. Grants and fellowships awarded by the Foundation are introduced by images of European master artworks from the Foundation’s collection. The design team, led by partner Emanuela Frigerio, looked to the Foundation’s vast collection, distributed decades ago in a unparalleled populist gesture to scores of art museums across the country, for inspiration.
The current issue of SEGDdesign , the magazine of SEGD , is a special 25th issue that looks back on the success of the magazine, first launched 7 years ago. Since its inception, the magazine always has showcased the winners of the annual SEGD Design Awards ; in the current issue, all those winners appear again in print. C&G Partners is honored that 7 projects led by the people of the firm have won over those past 7 years. Here is a recap. The Jefferson Library at the Library of Congress, Washington, DC: