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DESIGN MIAMI X DIGITAL NOVELTY // PUBLIC ART

UNBUILT is the entrance pavilion for Design Miami, Miami Beach 2015.

For every building that exists, there is a prospective and invisible city of the unbuilt. In this sense, design is the production of knowledge not only for a singular structure but for an entire field of possibilities. UNBUILT brings this invisible city to light. The pavilion is a canopy of 198 hand-crafted architectural models that showcase a range of experimental and speculative projects by students and faculty at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. While these projects may never be built, they manifest the skills, research, and imagination of their designers. The interior of the pavilion presents an aerial view of a cityscape populated by 198 distinct visions of the future. In other words, the pavilion explores how individual ideas relate to the communal infrastructure of memory, experience, and culture; it is a way to contribute our own stories, as well as those of many others, to the greater narrative of design.

#Digital #Novelty was included as 1 of 198 projects that were selected for the #UNBUILT #MIAMI at the 2015 Design Miami/ Miami Art Basel Week at the Harvard Graduate School of Design designed Main Pavilion.
Thank you Benjamin Prosky / Dan Borelli / Prof Michael Hays / Prof Hanif Kara / Prof Luis Callejas among others for advising on making this project possible.


ClientDesign Miami LocationMiami, FLYear 2015 StatusComplete

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