Eliason to round out NYRA’s ‘Cancel the Corridor

Larch Lab founder Michael Eliason will be joining SO-IL’s Florian Idenburg, and Tankhouse’s Sam Alison-Maynes for a panel discussion on housing without double loaded corridors, hosted by New York Review of Architecture. The panel will explore why moving away from the double loaded corridor typology is imperative for livability, family-sized units, and a plethora of other reasons.

Larch Lab has been a vocal advocate for the utilization and legalization of point access blocks, single loaded corridors, and other means of vertical access that unlock affordability, small lot development, and foster stronger communities and livable buildings. Our City of Vancouver report on point access blocks can be downloaded here.

The NYRA-hosted discussion will be a hybrid event, taking place online and in-person in Brooklyn on 23 June at 4.00 pm PST / 7.00 pm EST. More information and registration here.

We are looking forward to the robust discussions about housing, livability, and qualities of urbanity that are severely lacking in North American multifamily buildings. If you’re interested in discussing this issue, or other issues around decarbonized and family-friendly housing, please contact us.

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