to 19 April 2024

Evénements, Conférences, Foires + Congrès

Beyond Provenance  

Beyond Provenance—a new symposium series at Princeton School of Architecture—explores the radically expanding site of architectural engagement; moving on the one hand toward extractive origins through research invested in narratives of untold...

to 26 April 2024

New York, NY
General, Expositions

Our Practice: Eleven Women in Interior Design  

Our Practice: Eleven Women in Interior Design, organized by Darling Green, presents a selection of prominent, women-led, contemporary interior design studios from around the world. This exhibition—focused on residential design— marks these distinct...

to 3 May 2024

General, Expositions

Fabric Object: Agrest and Gandelsonas  

FABRIC OBJECT— opening at the Princeton University School of Architecture on Thursday, March 7, and on view through the Spring 2024 semester—is a small show on the early career of Diana Agrest and Mario Gandelsonas, of Agrest and Gandelsonas...

to 11 May 2024

New York, NY
General, Expositions

Sites of Impermanence  

The National Academy of Design exhibition Sites of Impermanence is an exhibition of art and architectural works by the recently elected 2023 National Academicians Alice Adams, Sanford Biggers, Willie Cole, Torkwase Dyson, Richard Gluckman, Carlos...

11 May 2024

New York, NY
Evénements, Conférences, Foires + Congrès

The World Around Summit 2024  

The World Around is an innovative nonprofit organization with a mission to connect, empower and amplify the exceptional new voices and ideas in global architecture. With a focus on and passion for social and ecological justice, we believe great design...

to 14 May 2024

Moorestown, NJ
General, Expositions

Malcolm Wells: One Man’s Crusade To Save The Environment Through Architecture  

Malcolm Wells, designer of the former Moorestown Municipal Complex, championed environmentally responsible design and was considered the father of modern earth-sheltered architecture. The exhibit will focus on Wells’ early conventional architecture,...

17 May to 19 May 2024

Chicago, IL
General, Evénements, Conférences, Foires + Congrès

Designing for Dignity 02: A Convening of Possibilities  

This spring, Deem presents its second live symposium: Designing for Dignity 02: A Convening of Possibilities. In continuation with last year’s inaugural gathering, this hybrid in-person/online event will be co-hosted by the MCA Chicago on May 17, 18,...

to 3 June 2024

Palm Springs, CA
General, Expositions

Albert Frey: Inventive Modernist  

In celebration of Albert Frey (1903-1998), Palm Springs Art Museum is proud to announce the development of a comprehensive exhibition and publication on the architect’s life and work.Born in Zurich, Switzerland, Frey had early career successes in Paris...

to 31 July 2024

Biloxi, MS
General, Expositions

Art, Architecture and Ideas: Frank Gehry and Robert Tannen  

Art, Architecture and Ideas: Frank Gehry and Robert Tannen, brings together over five decades of work in a range of media, including architectural models, sculpture, painting, printmaking, urban planning, and product design. Recognized as the defining...

to 11 August 2024

Pittsburgh, PA
General, Expositions

Everlasting Plastics  

Everlasting Plastics is an exhibition that investigates our relationship with plasticity—both as a metaphor and material construction. The exhibition makes its North American debut in Pittsburgh following an inaugural presentation as the US Pavilion at...

to 11 August 2024

New York, NY
General, Expositions

An Atlas of Es Devlin  

An Atlas of Es Devlin is the first monographic museum exhibition dedicated to British artist and stage designer Es Devlin (born 1971), who is renowned for work that transforms audiences. Since beginning in small theaters in 1995, she has charted a...

5 May to 11 August 2024

Denver, CO
General, Expositions

Biophilia: Nature Reimagined  

Biophilia: Nature Reimagined brings together more than 70 imaginative works, including architectural models and photographs, objects, fashion, digital installations, and immersive art experiences that collectively highlight the transformative power of...

to 18 August 2024

Dallas, TX
General, Expositions

Sarah Sze  

For her solo exhibition at Nasher Sculpture Center, artist Sarah Sze invites viewers into a collection of new, site-specific works across three intrepid gallery spaces. Always attuned to the built environment, Sze’s new installations will...

to 31 August 2024

New York, NY
General, Expositions

Tall Timber: The Future of Cities in Wood  

Man-made climate change – caused by more than a century of burning fossil fuels and releasing CO₂ into the atmosphere ­– threatens our cities and our collective future. Wood, one of humanity’s oldest construction materials, offers a path to a more...

2 May to 3 September 2024

New York, NY
General, Expositions

Constructing Hope: Ukraine  

Constructing Hope: Ukraine presents the work of over a dozen participants currently applying architectural thinking to support Ukraine’s short- and long-term reconstruction efforts. In the face of Russia’s unprovoked, full-scale invasion of Ukraine—a...

to 22 September 2024

New York
General, Expositions

Crafting Modernity: Design in Latin America, 1940–1980  

“There is design in everything,” wrote Clara Porset, the innovative Cuban-Mexican designer. She believed that craft and industry could inspire each other, forging an alternative path for modern design. Not all of Porset’s colleagues agreed with her...

to 15 December 2024

New Canaan
General, Expositions

Shigeru Ban: The Paper Log House  

Shigeru Ban: The Paper Log House at The Glass House marks the first time in six years that the innovative house will be on display in North America. In collaboration with The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture of The Cooper Union, 36 architecture...

to 1 March 2025

Washington, DC
General, Expositions

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Southwestern Pennsylvania  

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Southwestern Pennsylvania presents both realized and unrealized projects Frank Lloyd Wright designed for the region from the 1930s through the 1950s. The exhibition examines how his vision of the future might have impacted urban,...

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