Fogarty Finger

October

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Click for slideshow | Fogarty Finger | Five27 | Long Island City, NY | Image courtesy of Fogarty Finger

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Forgarty Finger | 2 Gansevoort | New York, NY | Image courtesy of Fogarty Finger

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Fogarty Finger | 95 Evergreen | Brooklyn, NY | Image courtesy of Fogarty Finger

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Fogarty Finger | Hamilton House | Jersey City, NJ | Image courtesy of Fogarty Finger

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Fogarty Finger | The Jackson | Long Island City, NY | Image courtesy of Fogarty Finger

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Fogarty Finger | 31 West 27th Street | New York, NY | Image courtesy of Fogarty Finger

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Fogarty Finger | 222 East 41st Street | New York, NY | Image courtesy of Fogarty Finger

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Fogarty Finger | 437 Madison Avenue | New York, NY | Image courtesy of Fogarty Finger

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Fogarty Finger | OnDeck New York | New York, NY | Image courtesy of Fogarty Finger

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Fogarty Finger | The Alexander | New York, NY | Image courtesy of Fogarty Finger

First Friday (observed second Friday in October)
Fogarty Finger

Join Fogarty Finger at their office for drinks, conversation, and a behind the scenes look at their ongoing work. The League’s First Fridays are monthly opportunities for League members to visit the offices of leading design practices to see work on the boards and learn more about the offices’ organization and design processes. These informal social gatherings feature brief office tours and presentations along with happy hour drinks arranged by the host office.

Fogarty Finger is based in New York and specializes in commercial and residential interiors, large-scale renovations, and commercial planning. The firm was founded by Chris Fogarty and Robert Finger in 2003. Fogarty Finger has recently designed mid-rise residential developments in communities including Long Island City and Jersey City to blend with their historic industrial contexts. For these projects, materials are carefully chosen to subtly evoke the site’s past, as in the case of The Jackson, a residential development underway in Long Island City which will include a primary grid of concrete columns enhanced with an infill of metal spandrels and wood panels. Currently, the firm is working on a renovation of a 150,000-square-foot former Schlitz Brewery in Brooklyn which will be transformed into office space. Recent projects include the interior design of Vox Media’s Midtown Manhattan headquarters and Five27, a five-story residential condominium that “playfully reinterprets the traditional row house.”

Time & Place
October 14, 2016
6:30 p.m.
69 Walker Street
2nd Floor
New York, NY 10013
Tickets

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