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Thursday, September 11, 2008


A few things to pass along from my inbox and from comments on posts:

"Hall of Fragments"
"Rockwell Group and Jones|Kroloff design the entrance installation to the 11th international architecture exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia on view from September 14 TO November 23, 2008. 'Hall of Fragments' installation will introduce visitors to the theme of the 11th International Architecture Exhibition 'Out There: Architecture Beyond Building'"
China Design Now
Cincinnati Art Museum
October 18, 2008–January 11, 2009
"China Design Now, organized by the Victoria and Albert Museum, captures an extraordinary moment as China opens up to global influences and responds to the hopes and dreams of its new urban middle class. This is the first exhibition in the United Kingdom and United States to explore the recent explosion of contemporary design in China and the first to attempt to understand the impact of rapid economic development on architecture and design in the country’s major cities."
Bolton Point House
Jesse Lockhart-Krause
Newcastle NSW, Australia
Presentation and critique of a house project in New South Wales, pushpullbar style.
e² design season 3
"New episodes of Season 3 of e² design are not available online, to be shown on PBS stations nationwide later this fall. e² is a critically acclaimed PBS series about the innovators and pioneers who envision a better quality of life on earth, socially, culturally, economically and ecologically. The series, narrated by actor Brad Pitt, explores attainable solutions to pressing environmental and social challenges, and tells compelling stories featuring new advances in sustainable living. e² is sponsored by Autodesk, a company committed to developing technology that helps architects, engineers and designers create a cleaner and healthier environment

1 comment:

  1. I'm really excited about the China Design now exhibition coming to the Cincinnati Art Museum- not only are the works goign to be incredible but it's being designed by Yung Ho Chang. I can't wait to see it's construction and how it will move between the three cities it represents.


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