A dozen new design projects are on display which aim to have a positive impact on people living in New York City.

Started just one year ago in New York, designNYC‘s mission was introduce nonprofits, community groups, and city agencies to design professionals wanting to donate their time towards projects. The goal was to develop ideas and solutions to improve New York City and the lives of its residents. Last week, designNYC opened a new exhibition which showcases the first twelve project collaborations at the Pratt Manhattan Gallery. On display are a range of projects from a visual identity system for the Governor's Island urban farm to the renovation design of the former Lower East Side Fireboat House into an Ecology Center.

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