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Deconstruction/Construction: Cheonggyecheon River Project

Recipient of the 10th Veronica Rudge Green Prize in Urban Design. The evolution of the Cheonggyecheon River in just twenty-nine months from an outmoded utilitarian highway into a multipurpose performative infrastructural piece of unprecedented size merits recognition as a seminal project in contemporary urban…

exhibition dates: SEP 9 – OCT 15, 2010

Joan Busquets, Curator

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Constructing The Swiss Landscape

From Jean-Jacques Rousseau to Studio Basel, Switzerland has been described as a thoroughly urbanized nation. This exhibition takes a different tack, examining Switzerland as a landscape—a landscape of mountains and lakes, agglomeration and infrastructure, and design interventions large and small. The Swiss landscape, even more…

exhibition dates: NOV 30, 2006 – JAN 15, 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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New Trajectories: Convergent Flux: Korea

As the second exhibition in the Graduate School of Design’s New Trajectories series, Convergent Flux: Korea presents a provocative cross-section of the innovative architecture, landscape architecture, and urban planning and design projects recently undertaken within this rapidly evolving country. Although South Korea is roughly only…

exhibition dates: JAN 20 – MAR 7, 2010

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Twelve Instigations for a Becoming Middle East

Amalgamating the work of twelve students from various programs, different years, and diverse backgrounds, this exhibition addresses the circumstances confronting the Middle East at a critical time in its history. The student work addresses the region in its present condition, examining pivotal issues that impact…

exhibition dates: MAR 7 – MAY 13, 2016

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Platform 1 Exhibition

An Archeology of the Present November 03, 2008–January 11, 2009 Moshen Mostafavi, Dean Alexander and Victoria Wiley Professor of Design, author Lluis Ortega, curator Utopias afford consolation: although they have no real locality there is nevertheless a fantastic, untroubled region in which they…

exhibition dates: NOV 3, 2008 – JAN 11, 2009

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Transformable Design Methods

January 21, 2013–February 24, 2013 Chuck Hoberman, Curator Nathan King, Co-curator Architects have long imagined a built environment that is fundamentally dynamic. Portable buildings, retractable coverings, kinetic facades, and spaces that morph: these transformable structures have become part of the lexicon of architectural possibilities.

exhibition dates: JAN 21 – FEB 24, 2013

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Platform 7 Exhibition

March 23, 2015–May 15, 2015 Leire Asensio Villoria, curator Imagine a recording of a piece of classical music—or any musical recording, for that matter. As you listen, the emphasis is invariably on the sounds heard, apprehended, and felt by your ears, mind, and body.

exhibition dates: MAR 23 – MAY 15, 2015

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Manufactured Sites Exhibition

Polluted city riverways and wetlands, derelict waterfronts, landfills, railroad yards, and abandoned industrial processing plants, — these are the emerging sites of contemporary practice in landscape architecture, urban design, and site architecture. Characterized as waste, despoiled, and toxic, these landscapes are initially dependant for their…

exhibition dates: APR 1 – APR 30, 1998

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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