Everything Loose Will Land at Yale School of Architecture Gallery


Josh White

Everything Loose Will Land travels from the Schindler House in Los Angeles to the Yale School of Architecture Gallery in New Haven this month. The show was organized by the MAK Center as a part of the Getty Initiative Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in Los Angeles and curated by Sylvia Lavin, while Johnston Marklee designed the exhibition layout. The exhibition will open to the public on August 28th and runs through November 9th.

AIA|LA 2013 Emerging Practice


AIA|LA

JML was chosen as the American Institute of Architects Los Angeles 2013 Presidential Board Honoree for Emerging Practice. The awards ceremony will be held at the Santa Monica Performing Arts Center on Monday, October 28, 2013.

Biennial of the Americas Lecture


Biennial of the Americas

Mark Lee will be speaking at the Clyfford Still Museum on Saturday July 20th as a part of the Biennial of the Americas 2013 in Denver Colorado. The theme is Draft Urbanism, in conjunction with the architecture portion of the Biennial, which Mark will be addressing in his lecture along with Michael Webb from Archigram.

GA Document 124


JML

The design for UCLA Graduate Art Studios by JML is featured in the new GA International Publication and Exhibition. The publication is currently available through the GA website and the exhibition will run at the GA Gallery in Tokyo from June 22nd through Aug 11th.

Everything Loose Will Land Opens at The MAK Center


The MAK Center

Johnston Marklee designed the exhibition layout for Everything Loose Will Land, a part of Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in L.A. initiated by the Getty Museum. The exhibition, organized by the MAK Center for Art and Architecture and curated by Sylvia Lavin, explores the relationship between art and architecture in Los Angeles in the 1970s. The show will run through August 4th, 2013 at the Schindler House in West Hollywood before moving on to the Yale School of Architecture Gallery in the fall.

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