DURABLE: Sustainable Material Ecologies, Assemblies, and Cultures is a design imperative to construct sustainable environments that promote not only long material life cycles, but also enduring cultural significance.
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.