to 15 November 2018
New Haven, CT
In this group exhibition of work by fourteen architecture studios, building speculations representing a wide range of interests and overlapping tendencies illustrate components of the contemporary architectural zeitgeist, including a reinvestigation of...
15 November 2018
Space, place and accommodation. The Kassler Lecture from Herman Hertzberger, Founder, AHHThursday, November 15th, 6:00pm. Betts Auditorium, School of ArchitectureDutch architect Herman Hertzberger graduated in 1958 from what is now the...
to 16 November 2018
Greenbuild International Conference and Expo is the face to face experience for sustainability in the built environment. It’s for professionals in architecture, construction, engineering, planning, and interior design who depend on thoughtful and...
to 16 November 2018
The act of seeing is to elicit associated senses, comprehension, and affect; an inquiry of layers of perception that peel back to expose matters of the unseen. Here, seeing does not refer to the typical concept of visualization, but rather to a process...
to 1 December 2018
New York, NY
This exhibition celebrates The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture's experimental and influential pedagogy by presenting undergraduate Thesis projects completed at the school over the past 50 years.Curated from materials documented in the Student...
to 2 December 2018
Los Angeles, CA
Woodbury University Hollywood Outpost presents Building Drawings, an exhibition featuring the work of Bryan Cantley of Form:uLA, an experimental design studio in Los Angeles. Cantley is a professor of Design Theory at CSUF, School of the Arts, and as...
to 12 December 2018
The Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence (RBA) celebrates transformative urban places distinguished by their economic and social contributions to American cities. Winners offer creative placemaking solutions that transcend the boundaries between...
to 15 December 2018
The inaugural exhibition, Ando and Le Corbusier: Masters of Architecture, occupies all three floors of exhibition space at Wrightwood 659. It includes more than 100 Le Corbusier drawings, photographs, and models—on loan from institutions including the...
to 20 December 2018
For landscape architect and Practice Professor of Landscape Architecture Emeritus Laurie Olin (b. 1938), drawing is about making places. This exhibition, gathering examples from seven decades of work, explores the imaginative ways that Olin uses...
to 22 December 2018
I'm not a photographer. I shoot for architecture - if there's art here it's a byproduct.- Denise Scott Brown Carriage trade is pleased to present the exhibition Denise Scott Brown,Photographs, 1956 -1966, the first one-person show of photographs in the...
to 30 December 2019
Images surround us daily—from art to advertising and social media. But how do these images relate to reality? Chicago-based photographer Kenneth Josephson (American, b. 1932) changed the way we think about pictures. His so-called...
to 13 January 2019
New York, NY
Situated between the capitalist West and the socialist East, Yugoslavia’s architects responded to contradictory demands and influences, developing a postwar architecture both in line with and distinct from the design approaches seen elsewhere in...
to 15 January 2019
Venus Over Manhattan is pleased to present an exhibition dedicated to the life and work of Charlotte Perriand, one of the most famous designers of the twentieth century. Organized in collaboration with Laffanour / Galerie Downtown, Paris, the...
to 20 January 2019
Long Island City, Queens
Nine sculptures by Jorge Palacios (b. Spain, 1979) explore the laws of physics and motion on microscopic and macroscopic levels. Integrated into the Museum’s permanent installation by Isamu Noguchi, Palacios’s works bring renewed attention...
to 20 January 2019
MODA’s upcoming exhibition Design for Good: Architecture for Everyone will offer people-driven, real-world stories about buildings that are designed and created with and for the people who use them. The exhibition will reveal a new understanding of the...
to 21 January 2019
Each year in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, a city of more than 75,000 people rises out of the dust for a single week. During that time, enormous experimental art installations are erected and many are ritually burned to the ground. The thriving...
29 November 2018 to 9 March 2019
On the occasion of Paul Rudolph’s Centennial, The Paul Rudolph Heritage Foundation and The Center for Architecture are pleased to present Paul Rudolph: The Hong Kong Journey, an exhibition of previously unseen drawings, sketches and renderings...
4 April to 6 April 2019
Events, Lectures, Fairs + Conferences
Compared with the 1970s, 80s, and 90s—decades when journals such as Assemblage, Casabella, Daidalos, October, Oppositions, Zodiac, and ANY were filled with heady polemics that spilled over into popular architectural magazines, seminars, and design...
19 February to 21 April 2019
Exhibitions, Travel + Excursions
Desert X is a site-specific biennial exhibition that first took place in the spring of 2017. Artists from different parts of the world were invited to make work in response to the unique conditions of the Coachella Valley. The desert is the blank...
22 December 2018 to 28 April 2019
San Francisco, CA
Distinctive architecture, uninhibited ocean views, bold supergraphics, shared open space, and meditative tranquility—these were the beginnings of the Sea Ranch, a beacon of Modernism on the Northern California coast. Designed by a small group of...