September 04, 2012
Another Pamphlet No. 4 - Scaleless Issue
The fourth issue of Another Pamphlet features an essay by Mark Lee regarding the question of the scaleless. A launch party will be held at Printed Matter in New York City on Thursday September 13th from 6-8pm.
July 19, 2012
Hill House featured on F.A.D. Weekly
Sharon Johnston speaks with Lee Lin Chin from F.A.D. weekly about the design and role of the Hill House within the history of experimental residential architecture. Click on the link below to watch the video interview.
July 13, 2012
The Menil Collection Selects Johnston Marklee for New Drawing Institute
Johnston Marklee has been selected as the architects to design the new Menil Drawing Institute and Study Center for the Menil Collection campus in Houston, Texas. The Drawing Institute will follow the impressive lineage of architects and buildings that have helped develop the Menil Collection into one of the worlds preeminent and visionary private art institutions over the last 25 years.
After an international search followed by presentations in Houston in May, JML was selected as the architect from the four finalists of SANAA of Japan, Tatiana Bilbao of Mexico, and David Chipperfield from England.
The MDI will be the first new art building to be constructed at the campus the since the Cy Twombly Pavilion in 1996 and the Byzantine Fresco Chapel in 1997, and will be the first individual building of its kind devoted specifically to the study, conservation, and exhibition of modern and contemporary drawings.
July 12, 2012
Books of Copies - Venice Biennale
For the 13th Venice Biennale, Johnston Marklee will contribute their collection of \"American Football Fields\" to the Books of Copies project - a receptacle of collective architectural knowledge.
July 12, 2012
Common Ground - Venice Biennale
Johnston Marklee has been invited to participate in the Common Ground exhibition at the 13th Venice Biennale. As part of an exhibit conceived by San Rocco on the theme of collaboration, Johnston Marklee will exhibit an interpretive model of Frank Gehrys Davis Residence and Studio as well as the Sale House.
The View House will be part of the Argentinian exhibit curated by Clorindo Testa.
The Biennale will run from August 29 through November 25.