This exhibition is a collaboration between two teams, from the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) and The Skyscraper Museum.

New York Institute of Technology

Co-Curators: Prof. Matthias Altwicker, AIA LEED AP, and Prof. Nicholas Dagen Bloom, Ph.D.

The analytical and exhibition models were created by NYIT students in a special studio, under the direction of Matthias Altwicker. For their extraordinary hard work, we thank: Jhancarlos Carvajal, Andrew Donnelly, Aimee Flanagan, Jamie Lopez-Lamar, Adrian Mierzwa, Gjuljana Mulosmanaj, Laura Perez, Francis Rodriguez, Anthony Rosas, Marcela Ona Sandoval, Hajdi Sinani, Eddy Voltaire.

The Skyscraper Museum

Coordination and content: Carol Willis (Founder and curator), Josh Vogel (Gallery Manager), and Leonardo Tamargo.

Exhibition and graphic design: Leonardo Tamargo.

For their work on the project, the Museum thanks its staff and interns: Daniel Denci, Amhara Hernandez, Jose Hernandez, Stephanie Montalti, Merritt Rosen, Peter Sohmer, and Maya Silver.

This exhibition has been made possible by the support of Dean Maria Perbellini and the sLAB initiative of the NYIT School of Architecture and Design. Additional support was provided by Dean Daniel Quigley of the NYIT College of Arts and Sciences. Thanks also to Dustin White, Director, NYIT Digital Technologies and Fabrication, and to Irek Maslanka, A101 Construction, for the tables.

The Museum would like to thank the many individuals and institutions who assisted our research and design process; Douglas Dicarlo (LaGuardia Wagner Archives) Millie Molina and J. Steven Lovci (The New York City Housing Authority), Purnima Kapur, Richard Barth, Alexander Garvin, Andrew Alpern, Jordan Auslander, Lynne Sagalyn, Richard Plunz, Andrew Dolkart, D. Bradford Hunt. For loans of materials on their buildings, we thank Brendan Keany, General Manager, Penn South and Mario Mazzoni, and from Manhattan House, Brett Buehrer and John O’Connor.