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Silvia Gmür Reto Gmür Architekten

February 17, 2014–March 23, 2014 Silvia Gmür, curator Reto Gmür, curator "The nature of space reflects what it wants to be. A Form emerges from the structural elements inherent in the form." -L.I. Kahn "The room is the beginning of…

exhibition dates: FEB 17 – MAR 23, 2014

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More Than Mere Practicality

Elizabeth Bacon Eager, PhD candidate and Bryan Norwood, PhD candidate, curators Embracing the rise of second-wave modernism in mid-century America, Harvard transformed its campus and its design curriculum in the midst of what John Coolidge (the Fogg Museum’s director from 1948-1972) called “an unprecedented moment…

exhibition dates: NOV 3, 2014 – JAN 20, 2015

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PLAYGROUNDS: System and Subjectivity

January 30, 2006–March 19, 2006 Noyes Professors Luis Mansilla, Emilio Tuñón, curators   "The word has the power, among other things, of pointing out the fields through which the sometimes harsh river of sensibility and intelligence has to flow. All language is thus a…

exhibition dates: JAN 30 – MAR 19, 2006

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Interior Matters

Loosely associated with the spring semester’s Symposium on Architecture, the three architects of Interior Matters utilize methods, media, and models for projecting architecture with respect to interior and matter. Kiel Moe, Associate Professor of Architecture and Energy, Co-Director, Master in Design Studies program, and Co-Director,…

exhibition dates: MAR 28 – MAY 13, 2016

Kiel Moe, Curator

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Representation's Ghost: Site Visits for Unbuilt Projects

November 15, 2012–January 21, 2013 Jenny French, recepient of the Julia Amory Appleton Fellowship in Architecture This is the story of the Grand Tour’s perversion, a story predicated on a simple question: How do you take a trip to see things that aren’t really there?…

exhibition dates: NOV 15, 2012 – JAN 21, 2013

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DUALISMS

ÁBALOS +SENTKIEWICZ arquitectos January 19 – March 8, 2014 Iñaki Ábalos, Renata Sentkiewicz, curators Much historic architecture often takes its composite tension from two theoretically incompatible morphological organizations that correspond to different disciplines or languages. This composite-tension technique usually involves the union…

exhibition dates: JAN 19 – MAR 8, 2015

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Beyond The Harvard Box

The Early Works of Edward L. Barnes, Ulrich Franzen, John Johansen, Victor Lundy, I.M. Pei, and Paul Rudolph October 5, 2006–November 15, 2006 Michael Meredith, curator Beyond the Harvard Box focuses on the early work of six architects who graduated from the Harvard University…

exhibition dates: OCT 5 – NOV 15, 2006

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