Monday, February 4, 2013

Summarizing what happened...

Two weeks have now passed from the opening of "Making Room: New Models for Housing New Yorkers" and it is high time for us to summarize what this Event meant.

The Exhibition, originated with the launch of Mayor Bloomberg's PlaNYC report, has had a huge response  and attention not only by New Yorkers (more than 2,000 visitors on the first weekend) but also by the major media in the world. 

A lot of television programs paid attention to the project: ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX5  and other Channels have in fact aired related services.
Even the main Italian TV news, TG5, aired a service about the Event. Not to mention the Chinese and Japanese press that was present at inauguration.
Go see our official profile on Twitter to have a complete list of the articles and videos and let us know what you think!

Minimal USA - Discovering Micro-Apartment on CBS
VIDEO: Minimal USA - Discovering Micro-Apartment on CBS 

The Event has also had excellent coverage on the press. 

Myriad of articles have been written by the National and Local American press (click on the name of the press to open the relative article): 


Minimal USA "Making Room" Exhibition on NBC Today Show
VIDEO: Minimal USA - "Making Room" Exhibition on NBC Today Show 

All the major architecture and design focused websites and magazines have covered this important event and lots of well-known Architects and Designers shared their opinions on this project (click on the name of the website to open the relative article): 

If this will actually be the future of New York and other major Cities in the world will soon be seen. 

Minimal USA - "Making Room" Exhibition on TG5
VIDEO: Minimal USA - "Making Room" Exhibition on TG5

For the moment us of Minimal USA are absolutely proud to have taken part in this innovative project that made ​​us players once again in positive, further underscoring and highlighting the attention for Minimal to innovation, sophisticated and bespoke design and optimization of spaces. 

In other words, attention and focus on improving the lives of our customers and those who use our products to better live the house and its ambient in a more comfortable way.

And you? What idea did you have about this project? 
Do you think this will really be the future for the big cities in the world?

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