Design / Manufacturing

Design and manufacturing startups: A/D/O and Futureworks wanna give you free space

Apply for four months of free office space at the new Greenpoint design incubator.

Hard at work in the Urban-X office, even with a media scrum in the room. (Courtesy photo)

Space is not easy to come by or cheap in New York City, so the prospect of four months of free space at Greenpoint’s A/D/O may be worth checking out. The application for it is open only until Aug. 31.

“Part laboratory, part coworking space, part design collective, the Workspace at A/D/O is a place where members explore new possibilities in design, products, objects, and fabrication,” according to Futureworks. “Members have access to a full suite of fabrication tools, the support from the Workspace team and access to the full calendar of A/D/O design programming.”

Futureworks is a project by the New York Economic Development Corporation, designed to aide the advanced manufacturing sector in New York.

A/D/O is a relatively new space built in the industrial corridors of Greenpoint. It’s owned by Mini, the subsidiary of BMW, and is home to designers and manufacturing startups from various programs.

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