Winter Nights New York: Gage / Clemenceau

23 January 2008

  • Proposal for PS1

Recently described by the American Institute of Architects as the "Future of the Architecture Profession in New York", Gage / Clemenceau has attracted critical and professional praise for their sensuous and progressive designs. Established in 2003 by Mark Foster Gage and Marc Clemenceau Bailly, the six-person New York firm has conceived both built and unbuilt projects on a variety of scales, from snowboards and seating to residential renovations and civic institutions.

Their work has been exhibited widely and in 2007 was featured in exhibitions at The Museum of Modern Art in New York (June) and the Art Institute of Chicago Museum (December). Having lectured nationally and internationally, Mark Foster Gage is an enthusiastic speaker looking to spread his ideas and thoughts about the nature of the architect's role in design from the small and everyday to the large-scale.

Chaired by Kevin Carmody, Carmody Groarke.

* We regret that their is no audio recording available of this lecture.