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Platform 3 Exhibition

November 01, 2010–December 19, 2010 Emily Waugh, curator Platform 3 considers the expanded boundaries of the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. It features not only selections of work produced at the GSD during the 2009–2010 academic year, but also the potential of that…

exhibition dates: NOV 1 – DEC 19, 2010

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PATTERNS: Cases in Synthetic Intelligence

Establishing links between otherwise disparate cultural, intellectual, and technological categories has long been the job of the architect. An arbiter of aesthetic connection, who else can create a bond between the Parthenon and a sportscar, bricks and B movies, octogenarians and the color orange? This…

exhibition dates: JAN 26 – MAR 15, 2009

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Motion Matters: UNStudio

What the private house was to architecture in the first half of the twentieth century, the temporary installation is today. Transient constructions, such as pavilions and exhibition designs, arguably represent the premier site for innovation and experimentation in our time. To UNStudio, these specific temporal…

exhibition dates: JAN 17 – MAR 6, 2011

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Horizon House: A Retreat in Nature

Horizon House was developed by a team of eight students at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and was selected First Place in the 3rd LIXIL International University Architectural Competition, held on April 20, 2013 in Tokyo.  The competition focused on the concept of…

exhibition dates: APR 3 – MAY 16, 2014

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African Cities: A Photographic Essay by David Adjaye

Compared with other continents, the architecture and urbanism of the 52 capital cities of Africa are not well known. The majority of them were important centers in the colonial period, and buildings from these times still play a significant role in the life of the…

exhibition dates: APR 2 – MAY 23, 2007

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Christian Kerez: Contrast and Continuity

This exhibition features a range of projects by Christian Kerez (Architect, Zürich). From residential housing to corporate headquarters to a museum, set in Swiss suburbs and in Warsaw, São Paulo, and Zhengzhou, these projects are conceptually different. But they are made of common architectural elements,…

exhibition dates: JAN 21 – MAR 10, 2013

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KPF Winners/ Michael Smith and Arthur J. Liu

The KPF Traveling Fellowship is a student travel award sponsored by Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF). The aim of the award is to support emerging talent and encourage creative, new thinking and international research. This award allows any March I, March I AP or March…

exhibition dates: SEP 6 – NOV 11, 2012

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Zero-House

The project was a small two-story house which was located at Chambery, France. The goal of the competition was to achieve a surplus-energy house by manipulation of the given base design through integrated building strategies. A site weather file, two floor plans and a building…

exhibition dates: APR 3 – MAY 16, 2014

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