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March 30, 2012

Gregory Marinic, Director of Interior Architecture and Assistant Professor at the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture/University of Houston co-curated d3Housing Tomorrow 2012 Exhibition at MSU School of Architecture: d3Housing Tomorrow 2012 Exhibition Opens at MSU School of Architecture

The ‘d3 Housing Tomorrow’ exhibition opened on March 26th at the Mississippi State University School of Architecture Giles Hall Gallery. Running through April 20th, the exhibition features winning submissions and selected projects from the 2012 international architectural design competition. ‘d3 Housing Tomorrow’ invited architects, landscape architects, urban designers, engineers, and studentsworldwide to envision alternative residential design solutions. The annual competition called for proposals that collectively explore, document, analyze, transform, and deploy innovative approaches to residential urbanism, architecture, interiors, and designed objects.  The exhibition highlights transformative housing solutions that advance sustainable thought, building performance, and social interaction through study of intrinsic environmental geometries, social behaviors, urban implications, and programmatic flows.

The MSU exhibit was co-curated by Alexis Gregory, Assistant Professor at the Mississippi State University School of Architecture; and Gregory Marinic, Director of Interior Architecture and Assistant Professor at the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture/University of Houston.

d3 is a New York-based organization committed to advancing innovative positions in art, architecture, and design by providing a collaborative environment for artists, architects, designers, and students from around the world. Founded in 2008, its program of exhibitions, events,competitions and publications is focused on generating dialogue and collaboration across geographic, ideological, and disciplinary boundaries in art, design, and the built environment.http://www.d3space.org/competitions

d3 extends its appreciation to the Mississippi State University College of Architecture, Art, and Design; Mississippi State University School of Architecture, Enocente Bosques, Ted Hughston, Amanda Kroll, Javier Marcano, Pedro Martinez, Tito Mesias, Rigo Moreno, Scott Penman, and Matt Robinson.

 

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