EXHIBITIONS & LECTURES

Architectural design is a collaborative process that has the power to transform spatial perception and personal experience. I-Beam is an award winning Architecture and Design firm with over 20 years of professional experience and offices based in the design-centric neighborhood of SoHo. New York City.

EXHIBITIONS & LECTURES

 

2013 Spitzer School of Architecture, City College, NYC. Lecture: 
“The Work of I-Beam Design”


2012 Spitzer School of Architecture, City College, NYC. Lecture: 
“Architectural Education and Practice”


2011 AIANY, Haiti Housing Collaborative, Center for Architecture, New York, NY.
Lecture: “Pallet House in Haiti”, January, 2011
 

2010 TypeLife Exhibition, Grade European Center for Culture and Debate, Belgrade, Serbia
Installation collaboration
 

2010 Earth Awards Exhibition and Start/IBM Summit for a Sustainable Future, London
Invited to exhibit a full-scale Pallet House in Prince Charles’ Royal Gardens
 

2010 Swope Museum, Terre Haute, IN.  .Exhibition: “Small Architectures, Big Landscapes” Swope Museum,  Lecture: “Green Springs”  Invited to exhibit the “Green Springs” prototype
 

2009 Parsons, The New School for Design, New York, NY. Lecture: “Drawing Matters”
 

2009 Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY, September, 2009
Lecture:  “Pallet House Lecture” and tour of Pallet House prototype
 

2008 Milan Architecture Triennale, “A House for All” exhibition
Invited to exhibit a full-scale Pallet House in the Triennale Gardens


2008 Milan Architecture Triennale, Panel Discussion: “A House For All” with MVRDV, Kengo Kuma, Alejandro Aravena, Massimiliano Fuksas, I-Beam Design


2004 Delaware College of Art And Design, Wilmington DE, Lecture: “Collaborations and Projects” March, 2007
 

2006 Altos de Chavon School of Design, Lecture: La Romana, Dominican Republic, Aug., 2006
 

2004 Ball State University-School of Architecture, Muncie IN, “Pallet House Lecture”, Sept., 2004
 

2003 Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York, NY, Lecture: “A Pallet House”, Fall, 2003