The Innovative Urban Workplace documents the Edward P. Bass Distinguished Visiting Architecture Fellowship studio with Abby Hamlin, founder of Hamlin Ventures, Dana Tang (’95) architect and partner at Gluckman Tang Architects, and Andrei Harwell, critic in architecture. The studio investigated the past and current role of the Brooklyn Navy Yard in New York City’s history of industrial manufacturing, in order to understand and meet the BNY’s mission and design distinctive ideas and solutions that speak to the type of workplace needed in an urban development today. Many of the students also identified potential urban business models that address future relationship of places of production and consumption. They looked at comparable waterfront development projects and addressed issues including flood mitigation and environmental remediation in their proposals. The book is edited by Stella Yu (’21) and Nina Rappaport, designed by Manuel Miranda Studio, and distributed by Actar.