GA Collaborative has been selected to participate in the 2019 Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism - Collective City. Our exhibition -”Playing Well With Others” - is composed of diagrams, drawings and films, and explores our approach to working collaboratively with developing communities around the world. The exhibit focuses on four projects in Rwanda, a country we have been working in since 2009. The exhibition will run from Sept 07th - November 10th. More info can be found at the Seoul Biennale WebsiteRead More
Join us for an open studio presentation of recent research at the American Academy in Rome on Monday January 28th @ 6pm. We will be exhibiting a collection of investigations of marble and it’s material ecology from the Carrara/Massa region of Tuscany, Italy. American Academy in Rome: Via Angelo Masina 5, 00153, Roma ITALIARead More
Catalyst No. 04 edited by Zaneta Hong and including fonts from Leighton Beaman is now available for pre-order here. Catalyst, now in its fourth volume, is an interdisciplinary catalogue of ideas, methods, and discourses that have recently taken place at the University of Virginia School of Architecture. This cross section of design, research, and pedagogy is organized as a sequence of endeavors, from the practical to the speculative; and represents the breadth of applied and theoretical production embarked within the school’s degree programs and minors including architectural history, architecture, constructed environments, design thinking, global sustainability, historic preservation, landscape architecture, and urban planning & design. Catalyst IV catalogs the work of UVA School of Architecture’s faculty and students – celebrating the heterogeneity of multiple disciplines, multiple voices, and multiple approaches within design.Read More
Beta-field's Landformation Catalogue project is now featured in the Rhode Island School of Design's Magazine Our RISD. The article discusses how we use grant funding to prompt design inquiry.
The Land formation Catalogue, which has received funding from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts examines the formalization of constructed landscapes through three information categories. Our preliminary research will be exhibited at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design in the spring of 2015. Check back here for project updates and more information.Read More