Through 10.18.09
Life and Works of J. Max Bond, Jr.: Practice, Education, and Activism

The Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD) presents an exhibition in memory of J. Max Bond Jr., FAIA. As an alumnus of both Harvard College (Phi Beta Kappa, BArch ’55) and the GSD (MArch ’58), he is fondly remembered for his personal encouragement and mentorship of students from the GSD.

Gund Hall Gallery
Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Boston, MA

Through 10.24.09
Noguchi ReINstalled


Gallery view of the Noguchi Museum, Small Torso, 1958-1962; Core Piece #1, 1974; Core Piece #2, 1974.

Photograph by Sarah Wells, Courtesy The Noguchi Museum, New York

This installation commemorates Isamu Noguchi’s original vision in celebration of the museum’s recent renovation completion. The collection occupies the entire Museum, as it did upon its opening in 1985.

The Noguchi Museum
33rd Road at Vernon Boulevard, Long Island City, NY

Through 10.24.09
Downtown Alliance Vision for Future of Greenwich South


Vision for Future of Greenwich South.

Courtesy Alliance for Downtown New York

The Alliance for Downtown New York displays its vision for the future of Greenwich South, the 41 acres south of the World Trade Center, as a set of scalable principles, illustrated by architects, designers, and artists.

Zuccotti Park
Broadway and Liberty Street, NYC

10.01.09 through 10.30.09
Forms+Surfaces® Beyond the Surface


MicroPerf (detail) shown in Stainless Steel Savannah.

Material ConneXion

On view is Forms+Surfaces’ Screens, a new building system for façades, outdoor fencing, as well as interior applications such as privacy screens or wall panels. Also on display is the new high-performance material, Bonded Quartz, a composite of quartz and FRP-reinforced resin matrix.

Material ConneXion
60 Madison Avenue, 2nd Floor, NYC