A+D Museum Panel Discussion
David was invited to take part in a panel discussion at the A+D Museum led by Dora Epstein Jones to talk about The Drawing Show alongside co-participants Zeina Koreitem, Mike Nesbit, David Eskenazi, Alex Maymind, and Bryan Cantley. The Drawing Show is up until January 7, 2017.
At Extremes Released
Bracket Almanac 3: At Extremes is out! A big thank you to the editorial team for including our project ‘Superdivision Detroit.’ Visit the Bracket website for more information.
Objective Perspective Drawings @ A+D Museum
Freelandbuck will be exhibiting ‘Objective Perspective’ at the The Drawing Show hosted by the A+D Museum in Los Angeles. The show opens October 14 and will run until January 8, 2017. Click here to visit the exhibition website.
Cal Poly Hearst Lecture Series
David gave a recent guest lecture at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo as part of the College of Architecture and Environmental Design’s Fall 2016 Hearst Lecture Series.
Massive Attack (The Book) Released
Great to see Massive Attack documenting the very massive lecture series during Wolf Prix’s final run at the Angewandte in Vienna. Thanks to Kristy Balliet for making it happen!
Soft Opening for Cafe de Leche Altadena
Construction has just completed on the first phase of Cafe de Leche’s new location on Lake Street in Altadena, CA. The cafe will be opening to the public in the next two weeks, more information from LA Eater.
Fifty Under Fifty: Innovators of the 21st Century
FreelandBuck selected for Fifty Under Fifty: Innovators of the 21st Century by a jury including Stanley Tigerman, Jeanne Gang and Qingyun Ma. The book launch is tonight 6pm-8pm in Los Angeles at the A+D Museum.
Polyhedral Rudolph Print
Printing our ‘Objective Perspective’ Drawings for the Surface Tension show opening at New York Institute of Technology next Thursday.
Cafe de Leche Altadena progress
Well into construction on the second location for Cafe de Leche.
Shelter: Rethinking How We Live in Los Angeles
Second House to be included in the inaugural exhibition at the new location of the A+D Museum which reconsiders the future of housing in Los Angeles. Details via Architectural Record