We are grateful to A+D Architecture + Design Museum of Los Angeles for hosting the Drylands Design Exhibition, March 23-May 15, 2012. The exhibit showcased critical work from universities and firms from all over the world grappling with a complex issue. Thank you to A+D for serving as the launch for this traveling exhibit, and bringing new audiences to the challenges ahead.
Woodbury graduate and ALI Dry Studio alumnus Brandon Cohen photographed the installation for us —see his photos here.
Thank you to competition partners, California Architectural Foundation; supporters, Woodbury University and Woodbury School of Architecture; and exhibition funders: Bernard Friedman, ALI Advisory Board Chair; Desert Initiative: Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Arizona State University; and the Maxine Frankel Foundation.
For research funding leading up to the Drylands Design Initiative, we are grateful to HUD’s Office of University Partnerships; The Graham Foundation for the Visual Arts; the LEF Foundation; and the Bogliasco Foundation.
The exhibition’s travel itinerary is in development. Stay tuned.