"World-Changing Brand Design That Works: 5 Case Studies"
"No Turkeys Here"
The New York Times
November 19, 2011
"How Susan Chin Makes New York Look Like New York"
New York Observer
October 10, 2011
"Sunday Arts Fashion: Making Midtown"
"Five Borough Farm"
"Garment Center Rezoning Shelved"
Crain's New York Business
Please direct press inquiries to Susan Chin, executive director.
Tel: 212-695-2432 x1
"American Museum of Natural History and Design Trust for Public Space Present a Special 'Five Borough Tasting' Starting July 29"
(July 18, 2013)
"Design Trust Embarks on Plan to Transform Space Under the City's Elevated Infrastructure"
(May 1, 2013)
Five Borough Farm
Study Demonstrates New York City's National Leadership in Urban Agriculture"
(July 24, 2012)
Design Trust for Public Space Played Pioneering Role in Creation of New York City's First Purpose-Built Taxi: The NV200
Taxi of Tomorrow
(March 29, 2012)
Design Trust for Public Space Announces New Partnership with Nissan Americas for Taxi of Tomorrow Project
(October 25, 2011)
Design Trust for Public Space Announces Appointment of Susan Chin, FAIA, as New Executive Director
(September 20, 2011)
Design Trust for Public Space Awards 2011 Photo Urbanism Fellowship to Rob Stephenson for the Project From Roof to Table: New York City's Growing Movement
(June 17, 2011)
Design Trust Announces Departure of Executive Director Deborah Marton
(March 28, 2011)
Design Trust for Public Space Announces 2011 Photo Urbanism Fellowship Call for Submissions
(March 24, 2011)
The Design Trust for Public Space Awards Fifth Photo Urbanism Fellowship to Kramer O'Neill for the Project Same Time Every Day
(July 1, 2009)
New York City Taxi & Limousine Commission Adopts Key Recommendations from Design Trust's
(May 28, 2009)
Design Trust Announces Photo Urbanism 5 Call for Submissions
(March 16, 2009)
Design Trust for Public Space Announces Call for Proposals to Improve New York City's Public Spaces
(February 23, 2009)
Design Trust for Public Space and The Bronx Museum of the Arts Launch
Intersections: Grand Concourse Beyond 100
, An Ideas Competition Open to All
(February 2, 2009)
Design Trust Presents Photo Urbanism 4 Exhibit:
Out My Window
by Gail Albert Halaban at Robert Mann Gallery, February 5-March 28, 2009
(January 14, 2009)
Design Trust for Public Space Announces Winning Ideas from the
Reinventing Grand Army Plaza
Ideas Competition and Unveils Large-Scale Public Exhibit
(Sept. 12, 2008)
Design Trust for Public Space and Grand Army Plaza Coalition Launch
Reinventing Grand Army Plaza
, an Ideas Competition to Improve New York City's Greatest Unrealized Asset
(February 26, 2008)
Design Trust for Public Space and New York City Taxi & Limousine Commission Publish
Taxi 07: Roads Forward
, the First Comprehensive Outline for How New York City's Iconic Yellow Taxis Could be Improved in the Next Decade
(December 5, 2007)
Design Trust for Public Space Announces Two New Projects:
Closing the GAP: Rethinking Grand Army Plaza
Park Design for the 21st Century
(October 10, 2007)
Gail Albert Halaban Awarded Fourth Photo Urbanism Fellowship by the Design Trust for Public Space For Her Project
(July 10, 2007)
Design Trust for Public Space Announces Call for Proposals to Improve New York City's Public Space
(May 1, 2007)
Design Trust for Public Space's Taxi 07 Exhibit Showcases Taxi Innovation at the New York Auto Show
(April 4, 2007)
Celebrating the Centennial of the NYC Taxi: Design Trust for Public Space's Taxi 07 Puts the Spotlight on NYC Icon
(March 1, 2007)
Dramatic Jamaica Bay Landscape is Documented in Exhibition Opening February 10 at the Museum of the City of New York
(January 15, 2007)
Design Trust for Public Space to Reinvent NYC Taxi – Taxi 07: Transforming the Ride for the Taxi's Centennial in 2007
(April 12, 2006)
The Green Apple: Celebrating Two New Publications for a Sustainable New York City
(January 24, 2006)
"Designing the Taxi: How Do We Get There?": A Public Workshop on the Future of the Taxi
(May 30, 2005)
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