"Architecture is the will of an epoch translated into space" -Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

In the Danish House Illustration, Kristina Dam Studio celebrates Danish architect and designer Finn Juhl. A part of the “An Abstraction of FJ” series, this print is defined by its use of line, geometric details, and pattern. The series is based on multiple hand drawings she created while studying the work of Finn Juhl. Kristina Dam called to Juhl’s use of curved lines in his designs, which is clearly celebrated here in the House Print.
Set on a green-blue background, the Tree House Illustration from Kristina Dam Studio is comprised of patterned lines, angles, and geometric shapes to create the appearance of a modern home, curving front stairway, and surrounding trees. The result is a composed illustration that looks both architectural and abstract, depending on how it is viewed.
Alex Steinweiss: The Inventor of the Modern Album Cover, designed by Josh Baker for TASCHEN. The book, which covers the work of another art director who began his career at Columbia Records in 1940, is limited to 1,500 copies.
Fashion Designers A to Z, designed by Josh Baker for TASCHEN. Don't forget to come meet TASCHEN art directors Baker and Andy Disl as they speak about information design onstage at Dwell on Design on Sunday, June 23.
An Introduction to Modern Textiles: Kit out your furniture in luxurious silk or no-frills leather,; textiles can add just as much dimension to room as art, and can be equally collectible.
As Siegel's camera visits architecture studios around the city from downtown Manhattan and Fifth Avenue to Brooklyn, similarities both functional and stylistic appear in the form of loft-like spaces, communal work tables, and other omnipresent tools of the trade.
Minimalist Dutch artist Piet Mondrian's imagined house, from Federico Babina's Archist series.
Amie Siegel's film The Architects offers viewers a peak into the offices of leading architecture firms throughout New York City.
Historic Preservation and Adaptive Reuse. When AIA architects Chava Danielson and Eric Haas of DSH // architecture transformed a midcentury Los Angeles insurance building into the Larchmont Charter High School campus, featured in Dwell’s May 2015 issue, they preserved key elements of the original structure, while reconfiguring the interior, adding vibrant washes of color, and creating classrooms that would inspire students. The two will walk the audience through the project.

Joining Danielson and Haas onstage will be Leo Marmol, FAIA, of Marmol Radziner, whose firm has undertaken the most sensitive restorations of iconic architecture, including Richard Neutra’s Kaufmann House, Rudolf Schindler’s Elliot House, and E. Stewart Williams’ 1961 Santa Fe Federal Savings and Loan building in Palm Springs, California (pictured above), which was repurposed into the Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center. Join the trio as they embark on a visual and philosophical journey through the concepts of preservation, restoration and adaptive reuse.

This course will be held on Saturday, May 30, 12:00 p.m. at Stage A
Many of the offices are home to detailed architectural models, which architects use to to translate their designs into three dimensional rough drafts.
The film was comissioned by Storefront for Art and Architecture and originally debuted at the OfficeUS, the United States Pavilion at the 2014 Venice Biennale of Architecture.
Siegel set out to uncover the human side of architecture—the often-unseen professionals who collectively shape the world through their work.
Federico Babina's Archist series has been making the internet rounds for its imaginative renditions of what houses designed by famous artists might look like.
75 Years Years of DC Comics: The Art of Modern Mythmaking by Paul Levin, designed by Josh Baker for TASCHEN. The book contains over 2,000 images and clocks in at 720 pages and 18 pounds!
The installation, which fill the street-level space, collapses sound, light, shape, and color into object with sensory behaviors, so that is responds to stimulus provided by visitors.
Catalan painter Antoni Tàpies's imagined house, from Federico Babina's Archist series.
Classic butterfly chairs from Universal Patio Furniture are stationed by the pool. The mural is by street artist Morley, a close friend.
The amorphous pink structure is augmented by artist Jana Winderen‘s engineered sounds and a series of embedded transducers that hook up to light sources inside.

See Situation NY at Storefront for Architecture at 97 Kenmare Street, through November 21, 2014.
Contemporary painter Gerhardt Richter's imagined house, from Federico Babina's Archist series.
The installation is a lightweight, self-supported shell structure composed of twenty spheres of incremental diameters. Its 1,673 unique parts add up to 168,520 square inches of surface area.