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  • SOFTlab, Light House.
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    Sonos has collaborated with New York design studio SOFTlab to bring their Light House installation to the Sonos Studio Los Angeles. Powered by SONOS PLAY:3, PLAY:5 and SUB, Light House sits in the middle of the Sonos Studio, and is comprised of four rooms. Each room is filled with not only Sonos speakers, but fluorescent light tubes that react to music and its different frequencies, from the SUB to the PLAY:3 tweeters . In other words, the installation literally shows how Sonos fills your home with music.

    opening: SOFTlab, “Light House”
    Thursday, 07/25
    7.00 p.m. / SONOS studios
    145 N La Brea Ave.
    Los Angeles, CA 90036 ‎

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  • No Shame: Storefront for Sale.
    new york NEW YORK

    An exhibition examining how museums and cultural institutions, fueled through private funding, have adopted a system and tradition of celebrating donors to the extent that every single public space (physical or digital; temporary or permanent) can eventually be named.

    “No Shame: Storefront for Sale,” with Fake Industries Architectural Agonism, Jesse Hlebo, Christine Hill, Interboro Partners, item idem, Playlab+Family, Luis Urculo, & SOFTlab.
    Tuesday 04/30–Thursday 06/06
    opening reception: Tuesday, 04/30
    7.00pm / Storefront for Art and Architecture
    97 Kenmare Street
    New York, New York 10012

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  • Gimme More
    new york NEW YORK

    From February 21 to March 2, 2013, a new exhibition will enable visitors to explore the link between the physical & digital worlds via augmented reality–based immersive installations that fascinate, engage, and delight. The “Give Me More” exhibition was created by Swiss design EPFL+ECAL Lab and was awarded the DMY International Design Festival Berlin Prize 2010. Previous incarnations of the exhibition have travelled to London, Milan, Paris and San Francisco, but the New York exhibition, designed in collaboration with SOFTlab studio & Laetitia Wolff of futureflair, features 7 installations with new contributions from several designers.

    “Gimme More”
    opening: Thursday, 02/21
    6.00 pm / Eyebeam
    540 West 21st St.
    New York, NY 10011

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  • Common Weathers
    new york NEW YORK

    ReGeneration
    New York Hall of Science October 27, 2012 to January 13, 2013

    SOFTlab and The Living produced the exhibition design for ReGeneration at the New York Hall of science. ReGeneration includes ten installations produced by various artists that explore immigration, urbanization, and sustainability through art, science and technology. Our brief was for the exhibition design to not only be a platform for the other installations, but to also be an installation in and of itself making it one of the ten artist installations.

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  • lecture: SOFTlab
    new york NEW YORK

    Seung Teak Lee and Mi Jung Lim (STPMJ), Michael Szivos (SOFTlab), and Koji Tsutsui (Koji Tsutsui & Associates), winners of the 31st The Architectural League Prize, lecture tonight at Parsons The New School for Design.

    Tickets to tonight’s lectures are sold out. The reception and exhibition opening following the lectures are free and open to all. We invite you to attend. The reception should begin around 8:45 p.m.

    Tuesday, 06/26
    7.00 pm / Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Auditorium
    Sheila C. Johnson Design Center
    Parsons The New School for Design
    66 Fifth Avenue
    new york, NEW YORK

  • Pratt GAUD Exhibition 2012
    new york NEW YORK

    Pratt Institute’s Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design exhibition of student work has been curated, designed, and fabricated by a group of students in a course taught by Michael Szivos for the past 5 years. This year Michael along with Carrie McKnelly worked with a group of students to produce a large scale installation in the Hazel and Robert H. Siegel Gallery. The installation focuses the views of visitors along various axes through the gallery.

    Hazel and Robert H. Siegel Gallery
    School of Architecture, Higgins Hall
    61 St. James Place
    Brooklyn, NEW YORK 11238

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  • R&D:azzle
    new york NEW YORK

    Press Release: SOFTlab produced an installation for The Creators Project : New York 2011. Creators Project is a partnership between Vice and Intel. The two structures are made of plywood panels zip-tied together. The geometry is completely held together by the zip ties. There is no frame and the triangulation not only provides an irregular surface, but also a stable combination of points for each piece to rest on.

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  • xtra moenia
    new york NEW YORK

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    SOFTlab: Xtra Moenia is a site specific installation designed and produced by SOFTlab for the San Gennaro North Gate. The piece was commissioned by Two Bridges Neighborhood Council and produced by The They Co. The piece serves as the North Gate to the annual San Gennaro Festival. We developed a form that created out of two distinct oculi as a reference to one of the simplest and most effective classical architecture devices. One oculus points up while the other hangs down defining a zone on the street for pedestrians. The two forms are created using a minimal surface blending the two oculi together in a way that blurs the distinction between the two. The final geometry was developed closely with the structural engineering firm Arup.

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  • POLYP.lux
    new york NEW YORK

    Flash:Light: 2011
    Festival of Ideas for the New City

    SOFTlab produced a hanging installation for the entrance to School Nite, an exhibition of site-specific installations, performances, and discussions. The installation was curated by Nuit Blanche New York as part of Flash:Light 2011 along with the Festival of Ideas for the New City sponsored by the New Museum. 

The installation was in the entrance of St. Patrick’s Catholic School at the corner of Prince and Mott Streets in NYC.

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  • Let Us Make Cake
    new york NEW YORK

    Projection on the New Museum Facade: Let Us Make Cake is a collaborative projection directed by Nuit Blanche New York and Light Harvest Studios to be premiered on the façade of the New Museum. Dozens of artists were asked to interact with scale models of the New Museum ranging in size from 11 inches to 11 feet, embracing the museum as both a canvas and vessel. The resulting footage will be projection-mapped onto the New Museum, marking the first time projection has been used to animate the entire 174-foot facade. Participants range from established artists such as Vito Acconci, Jon Kessler and Marilyn Minter, to emerging artists such as SOFTlab, Chris Jordan, Mia Pearlman, Dustin Yellin, Z-Collective and Brooklyn-based street artists.
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