All Exhibitions

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Dirty Work: Transforming Landscape in the Non-Formal City of the Americas

01/28/2008–03/14/2008 John Beardsley, curator Christian Werthmann, curator The exhibition presented new terrain and tactics for landscape architecture.  It had two subjects. One was physical: low-income communities, variously called squatter settlements, shantytowns, or slums, which are a dominant feature of the developing world’s…

exhibition dates: JAN 28 – MAR 14, 2008

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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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Ecology.Design.Synergy

Behnisch Architekten + Transsolar Climate Engineering, Stuttgart August 22–October 3, 2007 Behnisch Architekten + Transsolar Climate Engineering, Stuttgart Behnisch Architekten and Transsolar Klimaengineering have been collaborating for many years in pursuit of an environmentally responsive architecture. Works extend from architectural competitions to…

exhibition dates: AUG 22 – OCT 3, 2007

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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

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Project Zagreb: Transition as Condition, Strategy, Practice

January 29–March 18, 2007 Eve Blau, curator Ivan Rupnik, collaborator Project Zagreb examines transition as a condition that creates opportunities for architecture. Zagreb is the perfect site for exploring the generative dynamic of transition: currently preparing for Croatia’s entry into the…

exhibition dates: JAN 29 – MAR 18, 2007

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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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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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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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Cities: 10 Lines: Approaches to City and Open Territory

December 1, 2005–January 16, 2006 Martin Bucksbaum Professor Joan Busquets, curator In collaboration with Felipe Correa   “Cities: 10 Lines, Approaches to City and Open Territory Design” is an exhibition curated by Joan Busquets, Martin Bucksbaum Professor in Practice of Urban Planning and…

exhibition dates: DEC 1, 2005 – JAN 16, 2006