The Buell Center hosts discussions with scholars, artists, and practitioners whose work helps to redefine architecture’s imbrications with land in and out of the Americas.
POWER challenges participants to think about how infrastructure relates to life across a series of intersecting concerns, including democratic governance and climate justice.
How to live together? Wright’s exurban settlement of single-family houses offered one possible answer; large public housing in cities presented another. Although these two visions seem a world apart, they share a common history. Exhibited at the Wallach Gallery in the fall of 2017.
A research project from 2013 to 2016 about the intersection of architecture and development.
MoMA Installation from 2012-2014 to envision new housing and transportation infrastructures.
Displaying excerpts from public procedures alongside photographic portraits of architectural projects around a long communal table, this exhibition invited audiences to reconsider architecture’s role as a matter of public concern.
Project dedicated to conversations about the past, present, and future of public housing in the US.
Collection of events held in response to current events.