Posts Tagged ‘Int|AR’

Yugon Kim wins Miller Prize Commission in Columbus, Indiana

Yugon Kim (Critic, Interior Architecture) has won the Miller Prize Commission for the Cleo Rogers Memorial Library plaza in Columbus, Indiana. His design entitled Conversation Plinth, pays homage to J. Irwin Miller and aims to celebrate the community of Columbus. Its form takes cues from the conversation pit in the living room of the Miller […]

Kim ‘Timber City’ Exhibition, National Building Museum

Yugon Kim (Critic, Interior Architecture) has curated and designed an exhibition, Timber City, currently on show at the National Building Museum (401 F. Street NW, Washington DC) through 21st May 2017. Timber City challenges the notion that wood is an antiquated building material by demonstrating the wide range of benefits offered by cutting-edge methods of timber […]

Yugon Kim Invited to Participate in Miller Prize Competition

Yugon Kim (Critic, Interior Architecture) is one of ten architects from across the United States invited to participate in the inaugural J. Irwin Miller and Xenia S. Miller Prize Competition, which will coincide with the inaugural 2016 symposium for Exhibit Columbus, Foundations and Futures, which is currently taking place in Columbus, Ohio. The Miller Prize will […]

Beaman’s Work Featured in Platform 8 Book

  Michael Beaman (Critic, Interior Architecture) work is featured in a new book entitled Platform 8, edited and designed by RISD alumna Zaneta Hong (ID ’02). Beaman contributed projects, text, and graphical design elements to the publication, which was designed as a companion to practice, education, and research for architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, and associated […]

Kim Designs ‘Off the Wall’ at Isabella Stewart Gardner

Yugon Kim (Critic, Interior Architecture) is the designer of the recently opened exhibition Off the Wall: Gardner and Her Masterpieces at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, MA. Prompted by ongoing preservation and maintenance work at Gardner’s Boston palazzo this exhibition represents a ‘once in a lifetime’ opportunity to view works by Botticelli, Raphael, and […]

Kim featured in New England Forestry Foundation report

In the recent NEFF 2015 Spring report, Yugon Kim (Critic, Interior Architecture) discusses how timber construction can combat climate change as well as misconceptions that timber must overcome to gain equal footing with steel and concrete in building construction. Graphic elements and images of the Urban TImber: From Seed to City exhibition held at the […]

Beaman nonprofit exhibits work in Munich

GA Collaborative, a nonprofit design, research and education studio, founded by Michael Leighton Beaman (Lecturer, Interior Architecture), RISD alumni Yutaka Sho and Zaneta Hong, and Boston-based designer and builder James Setzler, is exhibiting work at The Good Cause: Architecture or Peace – Divided Cities. The exhibition being held at the Architekturmuseum der TU München, Pinakothek […]

European launch of Int|AR Journal is cross-divisional endeavor

Int|AR Journal Volume 5 was launched in Europe this summer. Exploring the theme of “Resilence and Adaptability,” this issue emerged out of dialogue between the Department of Interior Architecture and the Division of Liberal Arts. Editors in chief Markus Berger (Associate Professor, Interior Architecture) and Liliane Wong (Professor, Interior Architecture) and Graphic Design editor Ernesto Aparicio […]

Beaman awarded Graham Foundation Grant

The Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts announces its 2014 Grants to Individuals, which will award over $520,000 to 68 projects that demonstrate innovative and thought-provoking ideas in architecture. Micheal Leighton Beaman (Critic, Interior Architecture) and Zaneta Hong (lecturer in Landscape at Harvard University) were awarded a grant for their research/exhibition: The […]