Constructed almost exclusively out packing foam, FY-Langes01 is a tactile, interactive, reconfigurable installation designed and built by students at Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. It has been selected as part of the FIGMENT NYC Project02 and will be on display on Governors Island June 9-10, 2012. FY-Langes was a part of this year’s Fast Pace/Slow Space technology course taught by Brigette Borders (M.Arch '09) and Mark Bearak (M.Arch '08) and was developed with support of the Laboratory for Applied Building Science at GSAPP. FY-Langes03 made its debut this past May at GSAPP’s End of Year Show.

FY-Langes was designed and fabricated by the following students at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation:

Rand Abdul Jabbar (M.Arch ‘14)
Aisha Alsager (MsAAD ‘12)
Susan Bopp (M.Arch/MsHP ‘14)
Justin Fabrikant (M.Arch ‘12)
Rikki Frenkel (M.Arch ‘12)
Joanne Hayek (MsAAD ‘12)
Electra Kontoroupi (MsAAD ‘12)
Mark Pothier (M.Arch ‘14)
Nicholas Reiter (M.Arch ‘13)
Jennifer Romeo (M.Arch ‘12)