We’re excited to announce a new event that takes the creative energy in our offices around Hudson Square and puts them on show for everyone to see!

Hudson Square in 3D connects the people, innovations, and ideas shaping the future of design for a two-day showcase of the neighborhood’s forward-thinking culture.

A better piece of street furniture

June 10 + 11, 8am—6pm
75 Varick Street, 200 Varick Street, 330 Hudson Street

3D printing technology is showcased as we produce custom street furniture by local designers. Think bike racks, benches, and more. FREE!


June 11, 2pm—6pm
Fridman Gallery – 287 Spring Street

Immerse yourself in the world of modular synthesizers as the Fridman Gallery is transformed into a live instrument where you’re the composer. FREE!

The 3D things in your life: From the practical to the fantastical

June 11, 5:30pm—7pm
New York Genome Center – 101 Avenue of the Americas

Consider the impact of 3D technology through rapid-fire presentations by leaders in design and technology.

Purchase tickets for The 3D Things in Your Life here!

Podcasting in 3D: Meet the creators behind the podcast boom

June 11, 7:30pm—9pm
New York Genome Center – 101 Avenue of the Americas

Some of the most exciting voices in the podcast universe explain how they broke the format open and what took so long.



Christian Nilsson, HuffPost Live

Christian Nilsson is a video journalist, producer and host for HuffPost Live, the streaming network for The Huffington Post. Christian’s newest documentary short “Forgotten Gotham: NYC’s Oldest Bar” investigated which of the three taverns claiming to be the oldest can really boast the title. It was released on The Huffington Post in May. He lives in New York City.

Kaitlin Prest – The Heart (Radiotopia)

Kaitlin is an audio artist working in radio, performance and installation. She works creatively directing independent podcast projects (Audio Smut, The Heart/Radiotopia, Life of the Law/APM); and does public speaking and private consulting about storytelling with sound (Third Coast International Audio FestivalUnionDocsTransom Story Workshop). Her documentary work was awarded the Hearsay Festival’s Overall Prize 2014, and the National Community Radio Award’s Outstanding Achievement in Documentary 2011.

Nat Ives – Advertising Age
Nat Ives is deputy managing editor at Advertising Age, where he oversees media business and agency coverage. He joined Ad Age in 2005 as a reporter on the media beat. He previously helped cover the media and ad industries as a news assistant at The New York Times. He graduated from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in 2001.

Manoush Zomorodi – New Tech City (WNYC)
Manoush Zomorodi is the host and managing editor of WNYC’s New Tech City, a podcast and radio segment where “digital gets personal.” Every week she investigates how technology is changing the human experience and experiments with ways to find tech/life balance.

Todd Barry – The Todd Barry Podcast (Feral Audio)
Todd Barry was born in New York City. He moved to South FlorToida as a cute little boy, then moved to Manhattan as a macho little man. He received a BA in English from the University of Florida. His most recent special, “The Crowd Work Tour”, is available everywhere right now

Purchase tickets for Podcasting in 3D here!


Design and Demo are free events. Tickets required for both Discuss events—available online May 18. Stay tuned for more details as we announce speaker lineups and more!

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