NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN LAB

Client:

New York City Department of Small Business

Project:

Neighborhood Design Lab Case Studies 

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One of the many programs offered by the New York City Department of Small Business (NYCDSB) is the Neighborhood Design Lab grant. With this grant, qualifying Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) work with the World Studio Foundation, a leading design and branding agency, on an initiative that supports the long-term vision for the community.

We interviewed the project coordinators, Director of the NYCDSB and World Studio Foundation founder, Mark Randall, to write case studies documenting the goals, experiences and outcomes of four Neighborhood Design Lab initiatives. Each project was as unique as the neighborhood it serves and all were seeking to improve the quality of life for the people who live there.

CONCEPT COPY

5 BOROUGHS, 59 COMMUNITY DISTRICTS & 100’s OF NEIGHBORHOODS

 

A neighborhood’s commercial district reflects the cultural fabric of its inhabitants, defines the perception of place, and helps shape the character of the community. In typical New York fashion, our neighborhoods are as diverse as the people who populate them. Some span a few blocks, others a few miles, but each has a character all its own. From East Harlem to Marble Hill and Port Richmond to Coney Island, these neighborhoods may have flavors of a distant place but they are all uniquely New York.

Brands

NEJM-LOGO
norvir-LOGO
1-alli
13-pure-leaf
ethicon-LOGO
6-littlebites
4-maybelline
8-skinctive
9-nicoderm
5-lifewtr
10-prego
12-well-yes!
3--born-sweet-zing
14-roc-logo
11-nyc-sbs-design-lab
15-zengut
md
NEJM-LOGO
norvir-LOGO
1-alli
13-pure-leaf
ethicon-LOGO
6-littlebites
4-maybelline
8-skinctive
9-nicoderm
5-lifewtr
10-prego
12-well-yes!
3--born-sweet-zing
14-roc-logo
11-nyc-sbs-design-lab
15-zengut
md

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