“Dimensions of Citizenship” aims to “examine the role of architecture in terms of citizenship—the spatialization of citizenship, of communities and of belonging.”
Along with co-founding partner Craig Reschke, Lui runs Future Firm, a homegrown architecture and design research office focused on how creativity and innovation can radically transform our lived experiences. She will be serving as co-curator for “Dimensions of Citizenship,” the exhibition that will represent the United States in the U.S. Pavilion at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale.
Some great activities to experience in March.
Howard Tullman is stepping down as CEO of 1871 in a few months, and even though he’s in his early seventies and has a lifetime of entrepreneurial achievements behind him, our conversation spent no time on the retirement motifs of golf, annuities or recreational travel.
The highlights for this month include “The Art of Seating” and “The Chicago 7.”
“The Master and Form” presents another instance of the Graham Foundation’s support for work that promotes the interaction of architecture and design.
Eler talks about ways the self-image we generate both helps and harms us.
This women’s outerwear-specific fashion business is about classic lines with a modern twist.
January’s highlights in architecture, fashion and design.
Like every other project, the hotel appeared suddenly in the middle of the night, without permission granted or notice given.