Architecture

Henry Muñoz III - Summer Design Institute 2006 pt.7


Henry Muñoz on the various cultural influences that make up the architecture and communities of Texas.
Henry Muñoz III, architect, Texas, San Antonio, Architecture, Neighborhoods, education, Summer Design Institute, Texas regionalism

Henry Muñoz III - Summer Design Institute 2006 pt.8


Henry Muñoz on the various cultural influences that make up the architecture and communities of Texas.
Henry Muñoz III, architect, Texas, San Antonio, Architecture, Neighborhoods, education, Summer Design Institute, Texas regionalism

Henry Muñoz III - Summer Design Institute 2006 pt.1


Henry Muñoz on the various cultural influences that make up the architecture and communities of Texas.
Henry Muñoz III, architect, Texas, San Antonio, Architecture, Neighborhoods, education, Summer Design Institute, Texas regionalism

Henry Muñoz III - Summer Design Institute 2006 pt.2


Henry Muñoz on the various cultural influences that make up the architecture and communities of Texas.
Henry Muñoz III, architect, Texas, San Antonio, Architecture, Neighborhoods, education, Summer Design Institute, Texas regionalism

Henry Muñoz III - Summer Design Institute 2006 pt.3


Henry Muñoz on the various cultural influences that make up the architecture and communities of Texas.
Henry Muñoz III, Texas, San Antonio, Architecture, Neighborhoods, education, Summer Design Institute, Texas regionalism

DesignPrep: Teen Programs at Cooper-Hewitt


DesignPrep is a series of FREE programs, including workshops, studio and college visits, that focuses on all design disciplines from fashion and architecture to product design. DesignPrep participants also have the opportunity to take part in programs offered through the Hive Learning Network. Various DesignPrep programs are offered throughout the year—check out videos from previous workshops to see the type of experiences offered.
youth, Teens, free, high school, fashion design, interior design, Architecture, product design, graphic design, portfolio, college, studio visits, design, Hive

The Royal Pavilion at Brighton


This exhibition honors the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II with a celebration of the architecture and design of the Royal Pavilion at Brighton, originally commissioned by George IV in the 18th century and completed in the 19th century. The furnishings and designs on display include items  from the Cooper-Hewitt's permanent collection, the Royal Pavilion's collection, and nine items especially chosen by the Queen. Works by architect John Nash, and designers Frederick Crace and Augustus Charles Pugin, are featured.
england, Architecture, furnishings, George IV, traveling exhibitions

Andrea Palladio in America


This exhibition explores the impact of the 16th-century Italian architect, Andrea Palladio, on American architecture. Among the objects on display are 16 large wooden scale models of villas and churches designed by Palladio, large scale photographs of the buildings as they appear today, and panels of photographs depicting important buildings in the United States that reflect Palladio's influence.
Architecture, models, Italy, American, photographs, exhibitions

Two Hundred Years of American Architectural Drawing


This retrospective surveys two centuries of architectural drawings, including works by Thomas Jefferson, Charles Bullfinch, William Strickland, Richard Morris Hunt, Cass Gilbert, Richard Neutra, and Robert Venturi. Organized by the American Federation of Arts and the Architectural League of New York.
Architecture, American, architectural drawings, traveling exhibitions, ch:exhibition=35349837

The Carnegie Mansion


This exhibition of original architectural drawings, prints, and photographs traces the development of the Carnegie Mansion from its initial design and construction through later renovations.
Carnegie mansion, Architecture, architectural drawings, prints, photographs, exhibitions

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