The Fossil Reconstruction project we've been working on with Prof. Adam Maloof of Princeton University will be generously supported for a two-year period by the National Science Foundation. Funds will be used specifically to develop an Integrated Serial Grinder and Photo-Imager for 3D Fossil Reconstruction. More information here.
Last night reOrder won an Interior Design Best of Year award in the Large Exhibition / Installation category! The formidable competition included Lantern Wonderland by CL3 Architects, Les Lalanne by Peter Marino Architect and Exhale Environment by Phu Hoang Office & Rachely Rotem Studio. Big thanks to project sponsor, Sunbrella, for insisting that we submit the project.
On Friday the 18th we'll be hosting a studio warming party. Please join us after 8pm and rsvp to email@example.com
reOrder has been selected as a finalist as an Interior Design Best of Year project in the Large Exhibit/Installation category. Other finalists in the category include Lantern Wonderland by CL3 Architects, Les Lalanne by Peter Marino Architect and Exhale Environment by Phu Hoang Office & Rachely Rotem Studio. Winners will be announced on December 1st.
reOrder will be included in this year's Open House New York weekend line-up. Guided tours of the Brooklyn Museum building and reOrder will be given at 11:00 am on both October 15th and 16th. To make a reservation please visit the OHNY website.
Situ Studio participated in this year's Open Video Conference. Speaking in a session titled Validating and Verifying Citizen Video: Combating the Digital Fake we presented recent work from the Forensics Architure project. Other speakers in the session included Sam Gregory of WITNESS, Sarah Knuckey from the Project on Extrajudicial Executions, NYU, Harlo Thomas from the Guardian Project and David Clinch of Storyful.
We've moved! Same building, same floor, but now in a studio which is twice as spacious as our previous. Please note we are now located in suite 218. Stay tuned for details on a studio warming party in mid-October.
The Architectural League of New York will host a group tour of reOrder at the Brooklyn Museum on Thursday, May 12 at 6 pm as part of their New York Designs series.
Situ Studio will present a lecture at SIUC College of Applied Sciences & Arts, School of Architecture on Tuesday, April 19.
Situ Studio joins Chief Curator Kevin Stayton to present the design and fabrication of reOrder at the Brooklyn Museum on Saturday, April 16 at 2 pm in the Great Hall. Free with Museum admission.
Situ Studio will present a poster at the 2011 European Geosciences Union General Assembly entitled, "The automation of serial grinding, imaging and digital reconstruction of features in samples with weak density contrasts" alongside a presentation given by Adam Maloof of Princeton University's Department of Geosciences.
Sunbrella celebrated reOrder with a private showing</a> of the installation, which features Sunbrella fabrics.
Situ Studio presented a range of work to students at the Taubman College of Architecture and Planning on March 16 as part of the Small Talk series.
Situ Studio's site-specific installation reOrder will open at the Brooklyn Museum on March 4. The classically ordered Hall of the Americas is re-imagined to compose a sectionally-variable hub for Museum visitors to congregate, relax, view temporary exhibitions and enjoy events. Each of the 16 columns is altered with fabric canopies that expand and distort their traditional profiles, further exaggerated with integrated seating and tabletops.
Situ Studio gives a lecture at Savannah College of Art and Design on Wednesday, February 16. Situ Studio will speak to current students of Architecture about the interface between design and fabrication in the context of the firm's interdisciplinary collaborations.
Situ Studio's model of Herbert Jacobs House #1 was installed at the Museum of Milwaukee as part of their exhibition Frank Lloyd Wright: Organic Architecture for the 21st Century. The exhibit opens on February 12 and runs through May 15.
Situ Studio participated in a joint workshop on Forensic Evidence, organized by Bard College and Centre for Research Architecture-Goldsmiths on Saturday, February 5.