What Not to Miss at Archtober 2019

October 1 marks the start of New York City’s month-long celebration of architecture and design. Here are our recommendations.

The former industrial sugar refinery was restored and repurposed by ODA Architecture as a new office complex on 10 Jay Street—one of the many projects open to visitors during Archtober. Courtesy Pavel Bendov


Launching its ninth iteration this year, Archtober, the month-long architecture and design festival in New York City, offers enriching entertainment, dialogue, and activities for design professionals and enthusiasts alike. The seemingly endless list of events—ranging from architectural tours and open studios to film festivals and conferences—might be overwhelming, but Metropolis has you covered. Click through the slideshow below for our top picks; for even more activities, visit the Archtober website.

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Categories: Arts + Culture, Cultural Architecture