Crystal Bridges Museum debuts five house prototypes that take on Northwest Arkansas’s housing crisis

Architecture at Home
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
Bentonville, Arkansas
On view until November

Architecture at Home is the inaugural architecture exhibition of the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas. Curated by Dylan Turk, the exhibition consists of five 500 square-foot house prototypes designed by architects from out of state. The installations, which are built along the scenic Orchard Trail leading down to the museum entrance, bask in the natural light filtered through a forest of Ozark shortleaf pines, and speak to the concept of home, innovative materials, and the role of housing in Northwest Arkansas. “[Architects] that work here are bound to local politics and

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