Douglas Darden and Mustafa Faruki – “Architect as Reference”
MARCH 4th – APRIL 3rd, 2019
Work from two speculative architects, in conversation across the gallery.
One, a unique set of ten black and white prints of five theoretical projects from “Condemned Building,” Darden’s now legendary 1993 architectural treatise published by Princeton Architectural Press. The other, a selection of drawings referencing Darden’s work by Mustafa Faruki, previously exhibited at the Architectural League of New York.
The Lightroom Gallery (formerly the School’s photographic darkroom), located in the Architecture Building, is free and open to the public weekdays from 9am – 4pm, and by special arrangement. Visit the Lightroom Gallery webpage for a list of exhibits and events.
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