Weekly stories on the subject of real estate, design and the built environment


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We curate programming to help you learn and connect, with a focus on our shared passions: real estate, design and the built environment.

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Event Calendar

    • November 5 2020
    • 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

    Woolworth Residences

    The Woolworth Tower Residences, developed by Alchemy Properties, are 32 loft-like condominiums that encompass floors 29 to 58 of the iconic, landmarked Woolworth Building, originally designed by Cass Gilbert in 1913 and once the tallest building in the world.


    Public Zoom Tour

    • November 19 2020
    • 9:00 am - 10:30 am

    Gaining Influence Through Thought Leadership

    We invite Brick & Wonder members to join this discussion on Gaining Influence Through Thought Leadership. Co-led by leadership coaches Mia Scharphie and Melanie Kahl, in this roundtable we will explore ways to build your personal influence through creative thought leadership, and why this work is valuable in your own professional development, and in order to grow your business.


    Private Zoom Meeting

    • December 10 2020
    • 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

    Gradual x Long Now x Tomorrow Lab

    This is a public event, open to Brick & Wonder members and non-members. 

    In the face of massive challenges like global warming, never before has our ability to make long term decisions quickly been so critically linked to the survival of our species.

    Could a new story of time help us?

    This discussion will explore how a desire to reimagine the way we think about time informed the creation of a new innovative brand: GRADUAL. The discussion will also highlight the collaborative process by which an ethereal idea concretizes into a debut collection.

    Our expert panel will dig into all this and more, followed by audience Q&A.


    Public Zoom Webinar

    • January 14 2021
    • 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

    Food, Design & Influence

    This discussion will explore the nuanced relationship between society, food and the spaces that make it meaningful. Food and culinary arts have transformed our homes and social gatherings, as well as being a natural catalyst for spatial design and materiality. Culinary tastemakers who have galvanized followings and activated compelling spaces will lead the discussion on the important cultural intersection of food and design. Panelists TBA.


    Public Zoom Webinar