Archive

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Inside/Out: Exploring gender and space in life, culture, and art

“Inside/Out” brought together artists, public intellectuals, and scholars in the fields of design, the humanities, and the social sciences to consider the dynamic interaction between two notions: how gender affects the way we experience, construct, and use spaces, and how the notion of space influences…

exhibition dates: MAR 22 – APR 18, 2010

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Ceramic Futures 1.0: Robotic Fabrication for Daylighting Design

The customization of architectural components has long been a core issue in the design and production of architecture. Today’s environmentally performative buildings rely more than ever on the fabrication of highly individualized components. This trend is most prominent in contemporary building envelope systems. Architectural ceramics,…

exhibition dates: APR 27, 2016 – JUN 27, 2010

Martin Bechthold, Curator

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Utopia Across Scales: Highlights from the Kenzo Tange Archive

The Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD) presents the first mono-graphic exhibition on Kenzo Tange in the United States: Utopia Across Scales: Highlights from the Kenzo Tange Archive. It is the first comprehensive exhibition on Tange anywhere in the world in more than twenty years.

exhibition dates: AUG 26 – OCT 18, 2009

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Max Bond: Practice, Education and Activism

Max Bond: Practice, Education and Activism celebrates the life and work of architect Max Bond (MArch '48), one of the GSDs first African-American alumni, who forged his way through the barriers of discrimination to become a leading architect and educator.  …

exhibition dates: SEP 14 – NOV 8, 2009

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Ecological Urbanism

The contemporary urban environment is facilitated by ecologies that exceed the city’s physical and political limits, reaching into hinterlands and beyond. Urbanism is also made up of many smaller pieces—a mosaic, as Richard T.T. Forman describes urban as well as rural landscapes—between which the boundaries…

exhibition dates: MAR 30 – MAY 17, 2009

Gareth Doherty, Curator

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Concrete in the Landscape: 3 Sites|3 Projects

Peter Rose's exhibit used video, line drawings, renderings, and physical models to show how concrete is placed in the landscape to shape building spaces while also capturing and focusing energies essential to each of three very different sites. Used for its robust material qualities and…

exhibition dates: MAR 13 – APR 22, 2009

Peter Rose, Curator

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Sauerbruch Hutton: Sense and Sensuality

Matthias Sauerbruch and Louisa Hutton are the Fall 2005 Kenzo Tange Visiting Design Critics at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Having founded their architectural practice in London in the late eighties, they opened a second office in Berlin in 1993, where Juan Lucas…

exhibition dates: OCT 16 – NOV 16, 2005