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Bring Your Clients to You: MKThink Opens Lost in Translation Exhibit

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Evelyn Lee
  • On 2013/06/14
  • http://www.evelynlee.com

A great way to bring clients to your office, is by hosting an exhibit. This week MKThink partnered with the Department of Architecture to open the Lost in Translation Exhibit. The exhibit takes place in the lobby of the architecture firm’s office, the infinite Roundhouse One building in San Francisco’s office.

LOST IN TRANSLATION takes a look at how the nature of architecture has changed with the introduction of prototyping as a means of translating data into architecture.  Works by MATSYS (CCA), MTTR MGMT (UC Berkeley/CCA/SCI-Arc), and Nervous System (MIT) show how new methodologies have developed through the use of computational modeling and digital fabrication.  The exhibit is curated and designed by Department of Architecture (DoA) and is a part of MKThink’s Salon Series at Roundhouse One.

The exhibit runs from June 12 – August 9, 2013 @ the Roundhouse One Gallery at MKThink, 1500 Sansome Street, San Francisco, California 94111.

Click HERE to find out more about the Lost In Translation Exhibit.

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Comments

  1. Fascinating looking exhibit, particularly the exhibits by Nervous System (MIT)!!!! We have a lot to learn from nature.