Emily Andrews

Seaport’s Smorgasburg’s Sleek, New Look

This summer, hungry visitors to the Smorgasburg market’s location in Lower Manhattan’s Seaport district will also be able to satisfy their appetite for contemporary architecture. When the gourmet street-dining series opens its outpost there later this month, vendors will prepare and serve meals from a new series of eight semipermanent pods designed and built by the Brooklyn-based firm Guild, as seen for the first time here (pictured inside the company’s studio).

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