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Cooper-Hewitt: Contemporary Architecture and the Legacy of Piranesi


Some of the most significant architects of our era have cited designer and architect Giovanni Battista Piranesi's influence on their work. Learn how architects Peter Eisenman, Founder and Principal, Eisenman Architects; Michael Graves, Founder and Principal, Michael Graves & Associates; and Robert Venturi, Principal of Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates are inspired by Piranesi's eclectic and imaginative approach to his designs. Stan Allen, Principle of Stan Allen Architect and Dean of the School of Architecture at Princeton University, moderates the discussion.
Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Piranesi, Piranesi as Designer, Exhibition, influence, legacy, Architecture, 18th century, Italian, contemporary, Peter Eisenman, Michael Graves, Robert Venturi, Stan Allen, architect, panel, talk, long, public program

Color Lives: A Conversation about Art, Life, and Fashion


Textiles serve as the most engaging and tactile vehicle for color and life. They wrap, protect, and define us, and tell stories of the maker, user, and culture in which they were woven. This lively conversation with fashion curator, Dilys Blum; artist, Sheila Hicks; and designer, Luca Missoni will cover topics related to current exhibitions and recent projects related to textiles, the influence of the fine arts on their textile making and thinking, and how textiles have been woven from each of their lives.
Sonia Delauney, Color Moves, Exhibition, retrospective, fashion, textiles, paris, 1920s, influence, Dilys Blum, Sheila Hicks, Luca Missoni, Matilda McQuaid, panel, talk, long

National Design Awards: Finalists


The winner and two finalists of the Corporate Achievement category are, together, quite different from the winners of the past. As a whole, they represent what is possible at a smaller scale. 
National Design Awards, nda, finalists, winners, corporate achievement, categories, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Heath ceramics, Dwell magazine, Architecture, Architecture Research Office, ARO, research-driven, Stephen Holl, Adam Yarinski, Stephen Cassell, influence, teaching, Times Square, Recruiting Station, vernacular, gravity, Michael Maltzan, MoMA Qns, mechanical boxes, Los Angeles, open space, relationship, public, Communication Design, typography, Hoefler & Frere-Jones, fonts, Gotham, Obama campaign, 2008, Project Projects, Prem Krishnamurthy, Adam Michaels, MOMA, Canadian Centre for Architecture, CCA, Rodarte, fashion design, Thom Browne, Brooks Brothers, collaboration, Interaction Design, Lisa Strausfeld, Pentagram, website, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Clo Wine Bar, Time Warner Center, interactive table, interior design, crossover, Ali Tayar, WORKac, Public Farm 1, recyclable, materials, solar energy, produce, product design, Smart Design, simpler, medical, change, Ross Menuez, Salvor Products

Innovation, Deviance and Design


In this growing area of design innovations are evident in numerous forms. Not limited to current technologies these designers sample from current, emerging and out-moded technologies to provide low cost effective solutions to benefit the poor and marginalized.
technology, low cost, affordable, solutions, poor, marginalized, cross-discipline, cross-sector, partnership, innovative, influence, developing countries, literacy, teams, virtual, Engineers, software developers, industrial designers, governments, models, Rockefeller Foundation, Innovation Initiative, efficiency, effectiveness, resources, crowdsourcing, InnoCentive, web-based, R&D, global, connectivity, link, Positive Deviance, user-generated, social, behavioral, approach, Ashoka, Changemakers, competition, Open, collaboration, collaborative, sponsors, post, transparent, online, access

Full Circle


Though we knew that we may find it tough to ship several of the objects, our registrars and exhibitions department have had to make extraordinary efforts to make arrangements to bring objects from remote areas around the world.
shipping, objects, registrar, Exhibition, remote, locations, Nigeria, Mohammed Bah Abba, Pot-in-Pot Cooler, low cost, low-cost, affordable, refrigeration, Chad, war-torn, alternate, source, explanation, practical action, EF Schumacher, economist, non-profit, NGO, appropriate, technology, poverty, small is beautiful, influence, Humanitarian, local, solutions, demand