Architecture at Home exhibition presents “human-centred” housing prototypes

New York studio Levenbetts and Mexico City practice PPAA are among the firms that have designed sustainable and socially conscious architecture prototypes for an exhibition on housing at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Arkansas.

Architecture at Home is an exhibition that brings together experimental housing by five architecture firms based across the Americas.

The prototypes are positioned alongside The Fly Eye Dome by Richard Buckminster Fuller

The prototypes respond to issues central to the state of today’s housing in both the USA and around the world by acknowledging the present needs of occupants and their natural surroundings, as well as reflecting on the past.

Curated by Dylan

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