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.
Unraveling Modern Living is a site-specific installation by the Mexico City-based firm Tatiana Bilbao Estudio that transforms the former domestic space of the Madlener House to explore new forms of collectivity.
Join the world-renowned Danish architects BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group on an architectural journey across time from Big Bang to Singularity.
Big Ideas, Small Lots is an exhibition of the results of the Big Ideas for Small Lots NYC competition organized by the NYC Department of Housing Preser
Over the next 100 years, Miami will face significant climate challenges. Florida International University and Gensler partnered during the 2018-19 academic year to re-think how development codes int he City of Miami might be adapted in response to rising seas.
Flickering Treasures invites visitors to travel in time through a survey of Baltimore’s movie-going past from 1896 to the present, using photography, oral histories, architectural fragments, and theater ephemera to illuminate themes of memory, loss, and preservation.
The exhibition explores the idea of this balance by posing a series of questions about how we can focus emerging technologies towards the human experience and develop best urban practices to make our cities more livable, equitable, and sustainable.