- June 24th
- 1:00 – 2:30 PM
- Museum of Craft and Design
- 2569 Third Street
- San Francisco
“Architectural Pavilions: Experiments and Artifacts” presents digital and handmade architectural pavilions by Bay Area and International architects. The work included in the exhibition transforms the Museum of Craft and Design into an immersive architectural environment, demonstrating a range of projects from small-scale models to full-scale installations.
Join us for a panel discussion with curator Mariah Nielson and participating studios: Carmody Groarke (London); Do/Su Studio Architecture (Los Angeles); IwamotoScott (San Francisco); Jay Nelson (San Francisco); Materials & Applications (Los Angeles); SITU Studio (New York); Warren Techentin Architecture (Los Angeles).
“Pavilions,” as described by London-based practice Carmody Groarke, “are not defined by the conventional characteristics of building, that of shelter or utility, but instead offer architects the opportunity to speculate about architecture and urbanism in precise and conceptual ways.”
Museum admission, drinks and snacks are included in ticket cost.