Hórama Rama is 90-feet-wide and spans the entirety of PS1's courtyard. (Jonathan Hilburg/AN)

AN tours MoMA PS1’s tropical 2019 Young Architects Program installation

The 20th iteration of MoMA PS1’s Young Architects Program opens today, and AN took a sneak peek at the towering, jungle-like installation ahead of time. by Jonathan Hilburg The 20th iteration of MoMA PS1’s Young Architects Program (YAP) opens today, and The Architect’s Newspaper...
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Top 10 architecture and design exhibitions: summer 2019

Continuing our quarterly guide to the best exhibitions around the world covering architecture and design, we’ve chosen our top 10. To find out about industry events taking place in July, August and September, look at our comprehensive month-by-month guide. Augusta Pownall...
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The Impressionist Garden was one of the many thematic vignettes Shohei Shigematsu designed for the Dior: From Paris to the World exhibition. (James Florio)

Exhibitecture: Architects apply their expertise to exhibition design

Current and recent architect-designed exhibitions represent a range of approaches that rethink how we look at art and design. By Adrian Madlener Too often, museums mount exhibitions in a uniform style. Monochromatic podiums, display cases, and partition walls are carefully...
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The Impact of the “Happiness Industry” on Architecture

A new exhibition at the Canadian Centre for Architecture explores the measures of happiness and examines its impact on architecture. by Dima Stouhi Although The Architecture of Happiness did not gain momentum after its publication in the mid-2000s, the ideology of architecture...
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For Our Happy Life, a non-archival show at the Canadian Centre for Architecture on exhibit May 8 through October 13, the institution commissioned works from artists and architects like the Italian photographer Emanuela Meloni. Pictured: Meloni’s Buio, 2019. Courtesy Canadian Centre for Architecture

How the “Happiness Industry” Is Changing Architecture

A new exhibition at the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) explores the quantifying and ranking of happiness and probes its impact on architecture. Samuel Medina The Architecture of Happiness was a trite book published in the mid-2000s and mercifully forgotten. Our Happy...
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Robert Motherwell in his Provincetown studio, 1969, with Open No. 97: The Spanish House.© 2019 Dedalus Foundation, Inc. Licensed by VAGA at Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY.

Robert Motherwell Found Unlikely Inspiration in Architecture

A new solo exhibition on the artist at Kasmin gallery in New York takes a second look at the Abstract Expressionist painter By Katherine McGrath As one of the founders of the Abstract Expressionist movement, Robert Motherwell was nothing if not ambitious. “It took a lot of...
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Cornell's Wasted: Design for the End of Material as We Know It symposium looked at construction without waste (Courtesy David Salomon)

Cornell symposium looks at architecture and construction post-waste

Wasted: Design for the End of Material as We Know It, a symposium at Cornell University, looked at construction without waste. By David Salomon Can you imagine a world without waste? A world where the leftovers of today are easily turned into a delicious dinner tomorrow? Can such...
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Harvard art museums “Verdure” (1950) by Herbert Bayer

Bowing to the Bauhaus when we all were Modern – The Boston Globe

The Bauhaus school proposed radical egalitarianism through design. For its centenary, a new show at Harvard suggests it had a ways to go. By Murray Whyte CAMBRIDGE — “Less is more, ” Mies van der Rohe, he of the towering, steel-ribbed black-glass boxes, once famously proclaimed,...
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Courtesy of The Mediated Matter Group From Cooper Hewitt: Neri Oxman’s Aguahoja, which exemplifies the National Design Award winner’s advancement of material ecology, a design approach that seeks to unify nature’s material intelligence with engineering, computation and digital fabrication. The project culminates in a pavilion made from 3D printed panels of plant cellulose and chitosan, a material made from the chitin present in invertebrate shells.

Cooper Hewitt to Showcase Design Interventions for Climate Change in a 2019 Triennial Exhibit

“Nature—Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial,” will be on view at the Cooper Hewitt in New York and the Cube design museum in Kerkrade, Netherlands, from May 10 until Jan. 20, 2020. By Katharine Keane As a polar vortex sweeps across the nation, we are again forced to confront the new...
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Lucia Moholy, Bauhaus Masters Housing, Dessau,1925–26: Lucia Moholy and László Moholy-Nagy's Living Room, c. 1925. Gelatin silver print with gouache retouchings. Harvard Art Museums/Busch-Reisinger Museum, Gift of Ise Gropius. Photo: © Lucia Moholy Estate/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn. Photo: Harvard Art Museums; © President and Fellows of Harvard College

The Bauhaus’s Untold Impact on Everyday Design in America | Architectural Digest

At Harvard, a distinctive, lesser-known perspective on the style’s centennial This year marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Bauhaus design school in Weimar, Germany, and tributes are being held globally. In Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Harvard Art Museums will...
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