Exhibition

Reinventing the Globe

Merit Award
Reinventing the Globe, National Building Museum, Rockwell Group

Reinventing the Globe: A Shakespearean Theater for the 21st Century

As part of Washington, DC’s citywide Shakespeare Festival, the National Building Museum presented Reinventing the Globe: A Shakespearean Theater for the 21st Century, an exhibition conceived to encourage a reconsideration of the spaces designed to accommodate dramatic performances.

Rockwell Group

Esto Now: Photographers Eye New York

Lot with a Little Award
Esto Now: Photographers Eye New York, Pentagram

Mounted at the Center for Architecture, this exhibition focuses on eight projects in New York by six contemporary location photographers in the Esto collaborative. Over 100 images are projected, slideshow-style, onto a screen-sized blank space that has been knocked out of the exhibition's title. In keeping with the travelogue theme, commentary from the participating photographers and architects appears on the walls. The projects are numbered and keyed to the quotes and a small map of the metropolitan area.

 

Pentagram

Newseum

Honor Award
Newseum, Ralph Appelbaum Associates

With the opening of the new Newseum on Pennsylvania Avenue in April 2008, Washington has a new seven-level, 250,000-sq.-ft. museum dedicated to educating visitors about the importance of a free press in safeguarding our First Amendment rights.

Ralph Appelbaum Associates

Syracuse University

Honor Award
Syracuse University, Poulin + Morris

S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications Donor Recognition and Environmental Graphics

Newhouse III is the 74,000-sq.-ft. addition to the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication at Syracuse University. The original building, designed by I.M. Pei, was completed in 1964 and the second building was completed in 1974. The addition allows the school to expand its education and research missions with a new facility focused on interdisciplinary study.

Poulin + Morris Inc.

1961 Freedom Rides Exhibit

Merit Award
1961 Freedom Rides Exhibit, Alabama Historical Commission, Ralph Appelbaum Associates

The historic Freedom Rides of 1961, which ended in violence at the Greyhound Bus Station in Montgomery, Ala., were a key event in the American Civil Rights Movement. As the first step in an eventual renovation of the station, the Alabama Historical Commission sought to memorialize the site and present it as a key historical artifact.

Ralph Appelbaum Associates was tasked with designing an exhibit for the exterior of the bus station. The design team’s goal was to bring the story to life for visitors, many of whom were not of age or even born when it occurred.

Ralph Appelbaum Associates

Abundant Australia

Merit Award
Abundant Australia, Australian Institute of Architects, Frost* Design

Frost* Design was one of five creative directors commissioned by the Australian Institute of Architects to curate the Australian exhibition for the 11th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale in September 2008. Held in the Australian Pavilion in the Giardini, the exhibition drew a huge audience including influential architects, industry specialists, and diverse audiences from around the world.

Frost* Design

E.ON Visitor Center

Merit Award
E.ON Visitor Center, E.ON Kraftwerke, Kubik BV

E.ON, one of the largest energy companies in the world, needed a visitor center for its new power plant that would help visitors explore the role of energy in their lives, answer questions about different energy sources, and promote energy conservation. E.ON also wanted to encourage visitors’ feedback on local energy concerns and issues.

Kubik BV

Ecotopia

Merit Award
Ecotopia, International Center of Photography, Matter Practice Architecture, MGMT. Design

The project was to design the setting for Ecotopia: The Second ICP Triennial of Photography and Video, an exhibition showcasing contemporary views of the natural world in this current age of undeniable climatic change. The project had to be installed within two weeks on an extremely stringent budget, using mass production techniques accessible to a largely non-professional installation crew.

Matter Practice Architecture, MGMT. Design

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