Nick Gelpi, TSA '02, of GELPI Projects to Exhibit at Design Miami

Nov 30, 2016

Gelpi Projects Press Release




Nick Gelpi
Design Miami/ UN Talks
Building Legacy: Designing for Sustainability 
December 1
st at 3pm 
Design Miami Tent

Design Miami/ partners with the United Nations on the launch of Building Legacy: Designing for Sustainability. The new platform aims to build momentum and a new movement for green infrastructure - one that will be designed and constructed in a manner that protects people and the planet for future generations.The platform will emphasize building and producing for people’s sustainable futures and will bring together designers, architects, developers and    producers to promote concrete solutions. Working to support the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, Building Legacy is a platform for the infrastructure, architecture and design communities. The program kicks off with the Building Legacy Opening Night Preview, by invitation only, and features four Building Legacy Talks at the fair.



Textured Light
3D Printed Light Modules, Small Drawings, LED Lights
20’ x 4’


PEREZ Contemporaries Penthouse


The Pérez Art Museum Miami Contemporaries Penthouse, a partnership between SATELLITE and PAMM that will    take place onsite at SATELLITE, will offer robust arts programming during standard fair hours as well as after-hours  (10 p.m. until late) musical curation for which NYC outsider music venue Trans-Pecos has been tapped to create a pan-  stylistic survey of current musical practice in America. Linking up with record label Loma Vista (Iggy Pop, Marilyn  Manson), visitors should expect performances from local rapper Denzel Curry’s ULTcrew; NYC punk phenomena Show Me the Body and Sick Feeling; Baltimore-based queen rapper Abdu Ali; and more.  Our penthouse activation will have all the intimacy of a house party with some of the most refreshing new musical talent on the scene.

The Parisian Hotel (Next Door to Aqua)

1510 Collins Avenue

Miami Beach, FL

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