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Platform 4 Exhibtion

March 19, 2012–May 17, 2012 Eric Howeler, Curator On March 11, 2011, an 8.9 magnitude earthquake off the eastern coast of Japan sent 40 foot high waves crashing into the coastal city of Miyako, overwhelming the tsunami barriers and damaging the Fukushima Nuclear…

exhibition dates: MAR 19 – MAY 17, 2012

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Erratics: A Genealogy of Rock Landscape, Featuring the Work of Claude Cormier Architectes Paysagistes

Erratics proposed a speculative genealogy of rock-based landscape architecture, featuring work associated with Harvard University, the Graduate School of Design, and the Department of Landscape Architecture. This array of sites, scales, and approaches was paired with a presentation of projects by Montreal-based Claude Cormier (MDes…

exhibition dates: MAR 22 – MAY 12, 2010

Jane Hutton, Curator

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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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2007 Veronica Rudge Green Prize in Urban Design

The Harvard University Graduate School of Design awards the Veronica Rudge Green Prize in Urban Design to recognize urban design excellence through projects that contribute to the public realm of the city and improve the overall quality of life. As the ninth recipient of the…

exhibition dates: NOV 29, 2007 – JAN 13, 2008

By Joan Busquets

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Platform 6 Exhibition

March 24, 2014–May 16, 2014 Rosetta S. Elkin, curator Global Connections The Harvard Graduate School of Design prides itself on the wide scope of its global aspirations, collaborations, and projects. Every semester a large portion of our programs engage in work that…

exhibition dates: MAR 24 – MAY 16, 2014

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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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The Divine Comedy

The Harvard Graduate School of Design and Harvard Art Museums collaborated on an unprecedented three-part exhibition that addressed the converging domains of contemporary art and design practice. Entitled The Divine Comedy, the exhibition was comprised of major installations by internationally acclaimed artists Olafur Eliasson, Tomás…

exhibition dates: MAR 21 – MAY 17, 2011

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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