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WEISS/MANFREDI selected alongside Hood Design Studio and Moody Nolan to reimagine Amsterdam Avenue Side of Lincoln Center Campus

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts announced the design team selected to reimagine the Amsterdam Avenue side of Lincoln Center’s campus. The first phase of design will focus on Damrosch Park—part of NYC Parks—to deliver a major revitalization that provides state-of-the-art spaces for the community and performances by artists from across the globe.

The design team—landscape architect: Hood Design Studio, design architect: WEISS/MANFREDI, and architect of record: Moody Nolan—will develop proposals based on ideas and feedback from more than 3,400 New Yorkers who joined a participatory design process focused on creating a more open and accessible destination.

WEISS/MANFREDI is thrilled to be part of this team: “We are deeply honored to work with Lincoln Center to envision a vibrant theater in the park,” say Marion Weiss and Michael Manfredi. “Bringing down the walls to the west transforms Damrosch Park into a destination for performance and play, discovery and delight, engaging the entire community and connecting the magic of performance to a broader and more diverse public.”

Read more about the project and design teams in the press announcement.

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