Hip-Hop Architecture is a design movement that embodies the collective creative energies native to young denizens of urban neighborhoods.
This exhibition documents and interprets physical adaptations and behavior modifications that people in poor, segregated neighborhoods are resorting to in order to avoid being infected and to ensure economic survival during the pandemic.
Obolin celebrates the scientific and psychological effects of light and space. The sculpture was named by Holl’s four-year-old daughter Io Helene, who, when asked what Obolin means, replied: “it means anything you want it to mean.”
The 2020 League Prize solutions employ images, audio, videos, and interactive platforms to document architectural work ranging from conceptual explorations and completed projects to small-scale structures created expressly for the exhibition.
The summer exhibition “Every. Thing. Changes.” by the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design presents 20 new works documenting the collective view of life in Los Angeles in its new decade.
The exhibition showcases a selection of architectural objects depicting animals—both real and mythological—as decorative elements. As ornament on municipal buildings and monuments, churches and warehouses, animals have appeared on structures and statues across time, geography, and function. Imagined as a cabinet of curiosities, Animals, Collected presents two- and three-dimensional materials that encourage closer inspection of the buildings we see every day.
Art Omi: Architecture opens the exhibition InConstruction: Peter Eisenman with a reception on Saturday, February 15 from 2 - 4 pm. The exhibition will be on view in the Kantor Lobby in the Benenson Center at Art Omi February 15 - March 15, 2020.
Single-Handedly: Contemporary Architects Draw by Hand collects original drawings from a group of accomplished contemporary architects who, in an industry dominated by digital technologies, continue to work by hand.
Co-organized with Cube Design Museum. The exhibition themes explore seven strategies that designers are using to collaborate with nature—to understand, remediate, simulate, salvage, nurture, augment, and facilitate. The outcomes are speculative or practical and reveal new materials, creative methods, and inventive technologies. These provocations and solutions put forth by today’s extraordinary design teams serve as encouragement for an enduring and more respectful partnership with nature.
Fringe Cities: Legacies of Renewal in the Small American City, curated by MASS Design Group, explores the Fringe City, defined as small cities on the periphery of large metropolises, many of which were severely impacted by urban renewal.