All Exhibitions

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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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UD50 A Formulation; A Bibliography

November 01, 2010–January 05, 2011 Felipe Correa, curator Christopher A. Roach Since its conception, and later in its incorporation as an official program of study at the school in 1960, Urban Design has generated an extensive body of academic and disciplinary work…

exhibition dates: NOV 1, 2010 – JAN 5, 2011

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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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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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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