reVISION::Thinking Bigfocuses on five phased, mixed-use projects currently in design, in the final stages of development review, or under construction: The Yards, The Wharf, Burnham Place at Union Station, Capitol Crossing, and McMillan.
Aquaculture Landscapes explores the design and future productive landscapes where fish cultivation, recreation, conservation, and waste management are enmeshed, symbiotic relationships between flora and fauna are encouraged, and where progressive public/private partnerships support sustainable and profitable enterprise.
This exhibition showcases the recent work of the Boston Architecture Firm NADAAA and features 5 buildings—3 architecture schools and 2 houses that test the interaction of structure as form and concept, with architectural type. Nader Tehrani, principal of NADAAA offers the following:
Hamburg is the scene of two of Europe’s major urban development projects: HafenCity and International Building Exhibition (IBA). This project presents examples of planning, strategies and projects within the city of Hamburg as a way to initiate an international dialogue about solutions for the future.
Thanks to Roland Krebs, Urban Planning Consultant for the Emerging and Sustainable Cities Initiative (ESCI) at the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington, D.C., there is a new exhibition on display on the Mezzanine level above the Great Space.
What is the role of public art in the creation of meaningful places? What impact does a public art master plan have on community and development? Through film, pictures and art, Reston: The Art of Community depicts a planned community’s history as one of the nation’s foremost places for public art, and their on-going dedication to art for everyone.