Made/UnMade Houston: Technology, Fabrication & Design, June 16, 2017 - Friday, September 30, 2017,



Architecture Center Houston
315 Capitol, Ste 120
Houston, Texas

Made/Unmade Houston Technology, Fabrication, and Design is an exhibition and series of public programs that connect and promote Houston designers, craftsmen and their work. The project includes furniture, objects and installations designed and fabricated in Houston, with an emphasis on materials, process and craftsmanship. Narratives exploring the concepts as well as history, place and personalities behind the work are explored in graphic displays, videos, lectures, panel discussions, tours and studio visits. The exhibition features work from Assistant Professor of Architecture Andrew Colopy and Technology Fellow David Costanza, Rice Architecture Students from Colopy and Costanza’s seminar Model Object, along with 1.618DesignWorks, Logan Beck, Alan Bruton Studio, Cobalt Office, DMD Studios, Eklektic Jewelry Studio, I/O Studio, Jason Logan, m?k studio, Metalab, Noëlle Mulder, RE:site, and Root Lab. This exhibit is curated by Eric Arnold, Assoc. AIA, and Michael Gonzales. Gallery Hours are Monday – Thursday,  9am – 5:30pm; Friday 9am – 3pm; and evening hours during scheduled events. For additional information and events related to the exhibition, go to #madeunmadehtx