Events

to 31 July 2024

Biloxi, MS
General, Exhibitions

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, Exhibitions

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, Exhibitions

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...


to 11 August 2024

Denver, CO
General, Exhibitions

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, Exhibitions

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, Exhibitions

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...


to 3 September 2024

New York, NY
General, Exhibitions

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 3 September 2024

New York, NY
General, Exhibitions

Spatializing Reproductive Justice  

Spatializing Reproductive Justice is a traveling exhibition and programming series that aims to spread awareness of the inequities of reproductive care in the United States and the agency of design fields to expand access. Learning from past and...


to 22 September 2024

New York
General, Exhibitions

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...


7 October to 9 October 2024

Auburn, AL
Events, Lectures, Education, Fairs + Conferences

The Sustainable Future of CLT in the South: Grow. Design. Build.  

Cross-laminated timber (CLT) is a burgeoning industry in the southern United States, capitalizing on the abundant presence of southern pine and other softwoods found in the region. The use of CLT offers a myriad of economic and environmental advantages...


18 September to 26 October 2024

Venice, CA
General, Exhibitions

Thom Mayne: Shaping Accident  

L.A. Louver is proud to present the debut American exhibition of a new body of work by Los Angeles-based architect and artist Thom Mayne. Investigating the philosophical intersections of impermanence and materiality, Mayne demonstrates how technology –...


to 15 December 2024

New Canaan
General, Exhibitions

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 22 December 2024

Williamstown, MA
General, Exhibitions

SO – IL \ WCMA: Building a New Museum  

After years of thoughtful planning, the Williams College Museum of Art (WCMA) and Williams have partnered with SO – IL, an internationally-recognized architecture and design firm based in Brooklyn, New York, to create a new, state-of-the-art building...


to 30 December 2024

Chicago, IL
General, Exhibitions

Welcome to Tribuneville: An Imaginary Vision of an Old Chicago That Could Have Been  

MAS Context and 150 Media Stream are thrilled to co-present “Welcome to Tribuneville: An Imaginary Vision of an Old Chicago That Could Have Been” by architectural cartoonist Klaus.The hand-drawn animation, installed on 150 Media Stream’s giant media...


to 1 March 2025

Washington, DC
General, Exhibitions

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,...


to 17 March 2025

Washington, DC
General, Exhibitions

Capital Brutalism  

Amid the Cold War, urban renewal efforts ushered in a “Brutalist” phenomenon that reshaped the nation’s capital in the mid-20th century. Many high-profile public buildings were designed and constructed with exposed structural elements and building...


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