Access+Ability highlights some of the extraordinary research and designs developed over the past decade with and by people who span a wide range of physical, cognitive, and sensory abilities.
The District Architecture Center is pleased to host Frank Lloyd Wright: Architecture of the Interior, an exhibition exploring the design of Frank Lloyd Wright’s houses, often considered his greatest architectural accomplishment.
Since its establishment in 1979, the Pritzker Architecture Prize has become the most esteemed prize in architecture worldwide. Awarded to an architect for a total body of work, the Pritzker is frequently called the Nobel Prize for Architecture.
The Museum partnered with the LAB at Rockwell Group to present the 2019 Summer Block Party installation. Lawn is an immersive installation taking up the entirety of the Museum’s Great Hall, and offers interactive experiences for all ages.
The world of design + art is changing around us; artists and architectural design professionals are working collaboratively to create projects to raise awareness about environmental and social issues, educate us about the importance of innovation and creativity, contribute to healing and hospital
This exhibition highlights award-winning works of landscape architecture from the 2019 Professional Awards of the Potomac Chapter, ASLA.
Art Omi’s 2019 exhibition season has kicked off at the nonprofit’s 120-acre sculpture and architecture park, where visitors can, for free, wander among primitive huts, inflatable habitats, towering machinery, high-tech textile pavilions, and more.
The exhibition – curated and designed by Sekou Cooke, assistant professor at the Syracuse University School of Architecture – exhibits the work of 21 practitioners, academics, and students who are at the center of this emerging architectural movement – including St. Paul-based 4RM+ULA architecture and its principal, James Garrett Jr., AIA, NOMA, 2019 recipient of the national AIA Young Architects Award. The exhibit premiered at the Center for Architecture in New York City in fall of 2018 and has received significant attention from the national architecture press and generated great public interest.