JOEL SANDERS ARCHITECT and KAREN VAN LENGEN Cones of steel tube stock, wrapped in satin and lined with velour, at the University of Virginia School of Architecture in Charlottesville. Photography: Scott Smith.
Christine Tarkowski The cast-iron miniature parking structures of Methods of Egress, shown in the Chicago Cultural Center’s “Last Things Will Be First and First Things Will Be Last.” Photography: Michelle Litvin.
ROBIN RHODE A digital still from Requiem for a Pavilion of Silence, part of “The Earth Is Flat After All” at New York’s Perry Rubenstein Gallery. Image: courtesy of the artist, the Perry Rubenstein Gallery, White Cube, and Tucci Russo.
Nancy Rubins Work For New Space, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Monochrome l & ll, created from suspended boats for "Skins, Structures, Landmasses" at the Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles. Photography: Eric Koyama/Nancy Rubins and the Gagosian Gallery.
FRED TOMASELLI Night Music for Raptors, a mixed-media piece shown in his self titled retrospective at New York's Brooklyn Museum. Photography: courtesy of the artist, the James Cohan Gallery, New York, and White Cube, London.
FRED TOMASELLI Night Music for Raptors, a mixed-media piece shown in his self-titled retrospective at New York's Brooklyn Museum. Photography: courtesy of the artist, the James Cohan Gallery, New York, and White Cube, London.
Marco Hemmerling AND Henri Scheynoch Boxel, a temporary pavilion built from plastic beer crates at Germany’s Detmolder Schule für Architektur und Innenarchitektur. Photograph by Dirk Schelpmeier Photography.