All Exhibitions

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American Architecture (Model)

OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen American Architecture (Model) aspires to foreground the mythical cornerstone of American constitutional democracy-freedom of expression. Evoking the tradition of a soapbox or public square, the pavilion provides a dedicated space for communal discourse and debate. At a time when…

exhibition dates: JUL 18, 2022 – APR 1, 2023

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Robin Evans: Drawings for Thinking

Drawings played an important part in Robin Evans’s thinking about architectural history. For Evans, making drawings was a way to understand and unravel the relation between idea and form–between the concept of architecture and its implementation.  Even in his earlier career as…

exhibition dates: FEB 6 – MAR 12, 2023

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Archived Landscapes

“Environmental Histories, Archived Landscapes” is a seminar that investigates the relationships between design history and environmental history through archival research. Participants explore archives as evidence of material, spatial, ecological, and cultural change in constructed landscapes using measured drawings, diagrams, and visual analysis. Because archives seek…

exhibition dates: FEB 6 – MAR 12, 2023

Danielle Choi, Curator

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John Andrews: Architect of Uncommon Sense

John Andrews (MArch ’58) was the architect of a remarkable series of buildings, from Scarborough College in Toronto’s outer suburbs in 1965 to the Intelsat Headquarters in Washington, DC, in 1988. In between came a bright and prolific career, with buildings completed across Canada, the…

exhibition dates: OCT 28 – DEC 22, 2022

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Eco-Folly

Exhibition Opening Event: Friday September 16, 4:30-6pm, Frances Loeb Library Our exhibition develops the folly as a typological springboard for coalescing formal creativity with sustainable imperatives. Whether at the scale of the structure, garden, or machine, the folly is a playful moniker in which the…

exhibition dates: SEP 2 – OCT 14, 2022

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Tar Creek: Toxic Legacies, Racism and Tribal Landscape Transformations

The studios in North-East Oklahoma explored toxic land regeneration, indigenous ecologies and their combined agency in advancing environmental and social equity for tribal nations. The study site is still the largest and most dangerous polluted landscape in the United States and home to tribal communities…

exhibition dates: SEP 9 – OCT 14, 2022

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2022 Commencement Exhibition

On view in the Druker Design Gallery and the Frances Loeb Library is a selection of thesis and independent final projects completed by this year’s graduates, as well as exceptional work by graduating students who have earned awards given out annually by the school. I…

exhibition dates: MAY 26 – JUL 22, 2022