Exhibition Opening: December 15th (6pm - 9pm) Exhibition Closing / Panel Discussion: Friday the 13th (January 2017), (6pm - 9pm) From the TEAM B website: "Rejected aims to bring together a collection of rare architectural drawings in a variety of representation techniques that share a collective fate: the bitter taste of rejection. In 1863, the Salon des Refusés presented a collection of artwork that was rejected by the jury of the Paris Salon. This landmark exhibition highli
We are honored to have our work featured as part of a group exhibition titled, "Resolution - The Digital Print" hosted in Los Angeles by Jai & Jai Gallery. The exhibition will open on Saturday, July 9th; 8-11pm as part of an opening reception for the show. The multi-time zone collaboration started over a year ago and as part of the Super//Architects Thesis Call and has grown into a multi-phase project where we are only now nearing the conclusion of phase II. Our installation
PLUS-SUM Studio received notification that our entry into "The Secret Life of Buildings: A Call for Objects" competition has been promoted to the second and final round of the selection process. The competition is run by the Center for American Architecture & Design (CAAD) at UT Austin and connected to the upcoming three day symposia, "The Secret Life of Buildings." List of Round 1 Finalists: http://www.secretlifecompetition.com/call-for-objects/ From the competition site: "
Received notification today that our proposal was accepted to the "EcoDiversity_Comuptation and Identity" exhibition at the University of Cincinnati that will be part of ACADIA's 2015 conference, "Computational Ecologies: Design in the Anthropocene." "The School of Architecture and Interior Design, in University of Cincinnati’s College of Design Architecture Art and Planning will host ACADIA’s 2015 Annual Conference and convene, simultaneously, an exhibition and symposia, as
Invited by Super // Architects to redesign and rethink the traditional architure poster. Working wth Owen Duross and Hans Koesters, we are continuing the Abstract 3D exercise research as we translate this process to 2d drawings and eventually back to 3d constructions. We will produce one poster of a three part series, Bryan Canltey of Form:uLA will produce the other and we will collaborate on the "hybrid" third. The process itself has been collaborative as we continue to