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  • The Living (David BENJAMIN), "Hy-Fi."
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    Hy-Fi, the winning project of The Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1’s 2014 Young Architects Program, opened on June 27 in the MoMA PS1 courtyard. A circular tower of organic and reflective bricks that uses biological technologies combined with cutting-edge computation and engineering, the structure is made of biodegradable material and was created through a new method of bio-design conceived by its designer, David Benjamin of the New York-based architects The Living.

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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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  • New Practices New York 2012
    new york NEW YORK

    AIA NY celebrates the work of its New Practices New York 2012 winners tonight at The Center for Architecture.

    The New Practices New York 2012 competition winners are: ABRUZZO BODZIAK ARCHITECTS; Christian Wassmann; formlessfinder; HOLLER architecture; The Living; MARC FORNES & THEVERYMANY; and SLO Architecture. New Practices New York honors firms that have utilized unique and innovative strategies, both for the projects they undertake and for the practices they have established.

    New Practices New York 2012
    Thursday, 06/14
    6.00-9.00 pm / The Center for Architecture
    536 LaGuardia Place
    New York, New York 10012

  • living light
    seoul KOREA

    david BENJAMIN + soo-in YANG: Living Light is a building facade of the future that displays air quality and public interest in the environment. It is a permanent outdoor pavilion in Peace Park, across from World Cup Stadium in Seoul, Korea. Our project aims to combine real-time data about the environment with dynamic lighting to create an interactive facade of the future.

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