All Exhibitions

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Architects Write: Thinking about Buildings, Landscapes and Cities

June 15, 2010–August 30, 2010 Architects Write is an exhibition based on a selection of books that range from 16th century treatises to current essays on algorithmic research, and their impact on the built environment. The exhibition highlights not only the fact that architects write,…

exhibition dates: JUN 15 – AUG 30, 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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Erratics: Perception, Observation, and Practice

March 22, 2010–May 22, 2010 In conjuction with Erratics, the Special Collections Department of the Frances Loeb Library has mounted a selection of materials from the Rare Book Room and the Special Collections that will offer, in terms of both landscape and architecture, nineteenth-…

exhibition dates: MAR 22 – MAY 22, 2010

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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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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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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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The THING Tank

January 22, 2010–February 28, 2010 Jeffrey Schnapp, curator Spring 2010 Library Special Collections Department…

exhibition dates: JAN 22 – FEB 28, 2010