Iwan Baan: Torre David #2, 2011

Image Building: How Photography Transforms Architecture

March 18, 2018 to June 17, 2018 Parrish Art Museum Image Building: How Photography Transforms Architecture is a comprehensive survey that explores the dynamic relationship between architecture, photography, and the viewer. Seen through the lens of historical and architectural...
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One of the Corbusier course books included in the Open University’s modern architecture course.

Architecture on the air: The story of Open University’s televised classroom

A new exhibit looks at a pioneering, mixed-media college course exploring modern architecture By Patrick Sisson Satisfying your curiosity for architecture, or any subject, has never been easier. Thanks to Google, online courses, and YouTube, there are more blueprint,...
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Courtesy Susan Kare: Susan Kare, Sketch for graphic user interface for General Magic (1992)

SFMOMA’s “Designed in California” Explores the State’s Shifting Design Scene

Featuring more than 100 items, the new exhibition will focus on the role of technological advancements in design since the start of the digital revolution. By Ayda Ayoubi Beginning in the 1960s, California designers began focusing more on socially and environmentally responsible...
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New MoMA show plots the impact of computers on architecture and design. Pictured here: “Menu 23

New MoMA show plots the impact of computers on architecture and design – Archpaper.com

ByJonathan Hilburg The beginnings of digital drafting and computational design will be on display at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) starting November 13th, as the museum presents Thinking Machines: Art and Design in the Computer Age, 1959–1989. Spanning 30 years of works by...
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Jenna Bascom/Courtesy the Museum of Arts and Design

MAD Exhibits “Sonic Arcade: Shaping Space with Sound” | Architect Magazine

The new exhibit at the Museum of Modern Arts and Design in New York exploring how sound can shape experience and space is on through Feb. 25. By Ayda Ayoubi In September, “Sonic Arcade: Shaping Space with Sound,” opened at the Museum of Modern Arts and Design (MAD) in...
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Buckminster Fuller (1895-1983) Geodesic Structures - Monohex, 1981 51/60. Screenprinted clear film, a duotone screenprint on Lenox 100% rag paper, and a blue backing leaf of Curtis 100% rag paper 30 x 40 in. (Courtesy Edward Cella Art & Architecture, Los Angeles)

Edward Cella Art & Architecture at Expo Chicago 2017 | BLOUIN ARTINFO

Los Angeles-based gallery Edward Cella Art & Architecture will be debuting at the EXPO Chicago 2017 art fair, scheduled for September. The gallery will be presenting a selection of painting, photography, drawing, and sculpture by artists Alex Schweder, Jennifer Bolande, John...
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Architecture and Design Reimagined at the Art Institute

On September 12, the museum opens its new permanent collection of modern and contemporary architecture and design. Past Forward: Architecture and Design at the Art Institute is a dynamic, issue-driven installation drawn from the museum’s world-class holdings. From visionary...
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LEGO® model of the Museum of Science and Industry by Adam Reed Tucker. (Courtesy: J.B. Spector/Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago)

‘Brick by Brick’ at Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago | BLOUIN ARTINFO

“Brick by Brick”, an exhibition of works by LEGO® Certified Professional Adam Reed Tucker, is on view at Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago. The exhibition features a collection of more than a dozen giant LEGO®-built structures of engineering feats, including a 60-foot-long...
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Courtesy of Kevin Kunstadt

Parallax Gap – American Architecture Celebrated on Smithsonian Gallery Ceilings | ArchDaily

by Niall Patrick Walsh Art is not confined to gallery walls. The concept of art displayed on ceilings stretches back to the Renaissance, perhaps most notably the Sistine Chapel ceiling by Michelangelo. The Renaissance tradition of Trompel’oeil ceilings went further, using an...
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original photo Robert C. Lautman Photography Collection

The Enduring History of Louis Kahn | Architect Magazine

A biography (by Wendy Lesser), an exhibition (coming to the Kimbell), and a rising generation of architects are conspiring to reassess Kahn’s legacy. By Christopher Hawthorne The Louis Kahn who emerges in the pages of Wendy Lesser’s superb new biography, You Say to Brick...
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