Arthur Ross Terrace and Garden

Angles of Repose: A Garden Exhibition of Central Park Benches

Seven types of benches used in Central Park from its opening to the present time are on display in the Museum's Arthur Ross Terrace and Garden. The benches, each with its own history, invite the visitor to sit down, relax, and take in the beautiful garden surroundings.
Arthur Ross Terrace and Garden, furniture, outdoor, seating, Central Park, benches, exhibitions

Solos: SmartWrap

Designed by the Philadelphia-based Kieran Timberlake Associates LLP, Smartwrap is a concept for a customizable building material that incorporates emerging technologies in heating, lighting, and solar energy in a building’s façade.
Solos, Smartwrap, materials, Architecture, Kieran Timberlake, building materials, Installations, Arthur Ross Terrace and Garden

Design for the Other 90%

This exhibition highlights the growing trend among designers to create affordable and socially responsible objects for the vast majority of the world's population—the 90% not traditionally serviced by professional designers. 
Design for the Other 90%, exhibitions, global, Cynthia Smith, socially responsible, sustainable design, Arthur Ross Terrace and Garden


In a special two-week presentation, Cooper-Hewitt will host GlassLab, an innovative program of The Corning Museum of Glass that pairs its master glassmakers with some of the most creative minds working in design today.
GlassLab, Corning Museum of Glass, Arthur Ross Terrace and Garden, contemporary design, glassmaking

Come Home to Cocktails@Cooper-Hewitt

When the Carnegie mansion was built, it may have been lavish, but it was designed to be home. That spirit lives on in Cocktails@Cooper-Hewitt, our popular summer series.
Carnegie mansion, Arthur Ross Terrace and Garden, cocktails, music, Ed Fuqua group, weekend, Friday, evening, summer, shop, discount