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The Wolfsonian is Building an Immersive Jungle in its Lobby – Public Art – Curbed Miami

To accompany the upcoming exhibit Philodendron: From Pan-Latin Exotic to American Modern, which explores “the Pan-American cultural exchange that reshaped the gardens, interiors, buildings, and material culture of the U.S in the 19th and 20th centuries” the...
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Robert Schwartz; Panther Hollow Project, c. 1964; architectural rendering (35mm slide); Architect: Harrison & Abramovitz; Courtesy of Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives.

Experimental exhibition explores the architecture and urbanism of postwar Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH, PA.- The city of Pittsburgh encountered and was transformed by modern architecture in an ambitious program of urban revitalization in the 1950s and ’60s. HAC Lab Pittsburgh: Imagining the Modern untangles Pittsburgh’s complicated relationship with modern architecture...
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Near the center of MCAD’s first floor sits a large 3D architectural model of the MCAD building, created by students from FIU’s College of Architecture and the Arts (CARTA). The model, which is concealed, contains small openings in the cover for people to put their hands, in an invitation to touch what’s inside: a rendering of the exterior of the building. Caitlin Granfield

New exhibit helps the blind and those with sight ‘see’ downtown Miami architecture | Miami Herald

By Caitlin Granfield Imagine you are blind. How would you get a sense of what a city skyline looks like? Or fathom the architecture of buildings, in all their grandeur, that gives a metropolitan area its authentic feel? For someone who’s blind or visually impaired, understanding...
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“Endless House,” 1958, Frederick Kiesler. Photo: George Barrows

A MoMA Exhibition Explores the Concept of “House” : Architectural Digest

Text by Alexa Lawrence In the 1940s, Viennese artist and architect Frederick Kiesler began work on “Endless House,” his ever-changing vision of a “polydimensional” dwelling. The design introduced an expanded definition of home, as elastic as the needs of its potential...
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Jan Georg van Vilet’s “Saint Jerome Reading under a Tree.” Photo courtesy of the Cantor Arts Center.

‘Arboreal Architecture’: Exploring the visual history of trees | Stanford Daily

Eric Huang “Arboreal Architecture” is a new Cantor exhibition that characterizes trees as evocative subjects and as architects of human thought. The exhibit traces the artistic representation of trees across time and between various cultures. Trees are used as a metaphor for the...
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First exhibition to be devoted to Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s architecture on view in London

LONDON.- The Scottish architect, artist and designer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868 – 1928) is celebrated worldwide. Yet during his lifetime his career was marked as much by its difficulties as by its successes, with many of his designs unrealised. Mackintosh Architecture is...
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MoMA Unveils Major Latin American Architecture Survey – Architectural Record

For the first time in 60 years, the museum documents a dynamic period in Latin American architecture. By Anna Fixsen It has been 60 years since the Museum of Modern Art last dedicated an exhibition to the architecture of Latin America. A new survey, opening Sunday, proves another...
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Icons of Knowledge: Architecture and Symbolism in National Libraries – Architect Magazine

An exhibition highlighting the comparative study in national libraries decodes architectural language to reveal common cores. By Leah Demirjian A current Harvard University Graduate School of Design exhibition, Icons of Knowledge: Architecture and Symbolism in National Libraries,...
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MOMA Partners with Instagram for Largest-Ever Latin American Architecture Exhibition | ArchDaily

MoMA’s largest-ever Latin American architecture exhibition will feature an official partnership with Instagram. The project invites the Instagram community to share their photos of buildings as part of the Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955–1980 exhibition. Read...
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Exhibit highlights architecture as product of its environment – The Washington Post

By Philip Kennicott “Hot to Cold: An Odyssey of Architectural Adaptation,” at the National Building Museum, is obligatory for anyone who cares about architecture and museums. The exhibition, which opened Saturday, not only surveys the work of the Danish design firm Bjarke Ingels...
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