A ceramic installation by James Blair (M.Arch. ’13) and Mia Miyoung Kang (M.Arch. ’13) that reveals the relationship between form, sound, light, and space.
Born of Ithaca’s sublime terrain, Lightwave is both an ode and an invitation; it celebrates the landscape with mimicry and welcomes the public with luminous splendor.
Caroline O’Donnell/CODA Natural Selection presents three recent competition entries which explore the relationship between architecture and its niche.
An interdisciplinary collaboration between artists, engineers, and scientists from across the Cornell community engaged in research, experimentation, and performance to activate the laboratory as site of critical inquiry and cultural production.
“Ply Candy” is a furniture exhibition by BFA student Michelle Chen that explores the eschewed domain of surface decoration, challenging what furniture could be visually beyond form and function.
A hydroponic installation by Peter Gudonis (B.Arch '14) and Carly Dean (B.Arch '14).
A multi-channel video installation by Taber Colleti, BFA '13.