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<br>Now What?! Advocacy, Activism, and Alliances in American Architecture since 1968</br>An Exhibition by ArchiteXX


Now What?! Advocacy, Activism, and Alliances in American Architecture since 1968
An Exhibition by ArchiteXX

*****BREAKING: NEW YORK EXHIBITION CANCELLED DUE TO FIRE AT PARSONS, PLEASE STAY TUNED FOR UPDATES AS WE RESCHEDULE EVENTS. THE EXHIBITION WILL TRAVEL TO LOS ANGELES THIS SUMMER AS PLANNED.***** Now What?! is the first exhibition to examine the little-known history of architects and designers working to further the causes of the civil rights, women’s, […]


Reflect, Reclaim, Redefine: <br>Detroit’s Imani Day Wants a More Diverse and Engaged Profession</br>

Reflect, Reclaim, Redefine:
Detroit’s Imani Day Wants a More Diverse and Engaged Profession

By Sarah Rafson For most designers, it takes years to develop a distinctive style and purpose. Imani Day, a designer in Gensler’s Detroit office, seems to be ahead of that curve. Imani, who earned her professional degree in 2011, has shown her  strength as a designer through her work at Cornell and later in the offices […]


Michele Gorman’s This is My House of Green Grass: <br>The Raw Retrieval of the Civil War</br>

Michele Gorman’s This is My House of Green Grass:
The Raw Retrieval of the Civil War

Photography by Ashley Simone The weekend of May 23, 2015, Green-Wood Cemetery commemorated the 150th anniversary of the Civil War with a variety of exhibitions and events honoring this important period in American history. One such program was the installation of This is My House of Green Grass: The Raw Retrieval of the Civil War, […]