writing on architecture and landscape

Exhibitions

Exhibitions, apps, and other media

 

Exhibitions, Apps & More

Collaborations with cultural institutions, digital developers, and UX designers to create exhibitions, apps, and other media.

 
 

Big Ideas Small Lots. Center for Architecture / AIA New York. (Exhibition)

I curated an exhibition of the results of the “Big Ideas for Small Lots NYC” competition organized by the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and AIA New York. Responsibilities included writing wall text and project descriptions, selecting drawings and artwork for boards, collaborating with the in-house team, and moderating a Q&A event featuring the finalist design teams. The exhibition was mounted at the Center for Architecture from August 1, 2019 to November 2, 2019. Exhibition design by Manuel Miranda Practice.

Installation view, “Big Ideas Small Lots” at the Center for Architecture, New York City. Design by Manuel Miranda Practice. Photo by Sam Lahoz.

Installation view, “Big Ideas Small Lots” at the Center for Architecture, New York City. Design by Manuel Miranda Practice. Photo by Sam Lahoz.


Domus Guide to New York Architecture (app), 2010. Design by Neil Donnelly.

Domus Guide to New York Architecture (app), 2010. Design by Neil Donnelly.

Domus Guide to New York Architecture. (Mobile app)

The Italian design journal Domus commissioned me to produce the text and photography for the New York edition of their phone- and tablet-based architecture guides. The app debuted in 2010 as a digital-age successor to the famous Domus Map Guides published between 1986 and 2000. After several updates the guide came to include approximately 100 notable buildings and landscapes, 75 architect/designer profiles, 50 leading galleries, and five thematic itineraries or walks.


Gathering a Building. Yale Digital Humanities Lab. (Website)

Entrance to Benjamin Franklin College, Yale University. Photo © Peter Aaron, courtesy RAMSA.

Entrance to Benjamin Franklin College, Yale University. Photo © Peter Aaron, courtesy RAMSA.

The product of a one-year postdoctoral research fellowship, this web exhibition features... [coming soon]