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Recent American Synagogue Architecture

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Exhibition catalogue for Recent American Synagogue Architecture, The Jewish Museum, New York, NY. Vertical format. Printed drawing of synagogue interior populated with rows of seated figures and standing figures at an altar. Printed black text with exhibition title at upper right.

Exhibition: Architecture in Switzerland

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Exhibition Poster for Architecture exhibition in Zürich, Switzerland.

Two photographic reproduction of man standing with view of his neck to feet. One is red tones and the other is black and white. They overlap each other.

Imprinted "ETH Z

Playboy Architecture 1953-1979

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Square-cropped views of nine black Playboy Bunny heads, rotated at different angles and interspersed with sections of text in pink and black. Top of page reads "Playboy/Architecture/1953-1979" in rows of large pink type. Poster advertises exhibition held at NAiM / Bureau Europa.

Playboy Architecture 1953-1979

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Square-cropped views of nine black Playboy Bunny heads, rotated at different angles and interspersed with sections of text in pink and black. Top of page reads "Playboy/Architecture/1953-1979" in rows of large black type. Poster advertises exhibition held at NAiM / Bureau Europa.

Architecture Dallas, April '98

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
On a black ground, white text above in script: Architecture Dallas / April 1981 / Dallas Design Competition/Saturday April 4 / Spring Luncheon/Thursday April 16, Sheraton Hotel / Design & Honor Awards Program/Friday April 24 / Downtown Tours/April 6-10 / Sponsored by The American Institute / of Architects/Dallas Chapter.

Below, colorful geometric shapes.

Stage Design: Palace Architecture

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Vertical rectangle showing an exterior architectural space. A palace wall is topped with a balustrade and six sculptures. At center, below a coat-of-arms, cracked stairs lead to an archway.

Japanese Architecture and Environment

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

The Architecture of Life

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Constancy, Change and Architecture

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Printed booklet design for Contancy, Change and Architecture, 1st Gropius Lecture, 1961, Harvard University, by S. Giedion, published by Harvard University Press. Includes two horizontal T-shaped designs in blue facing different directions on a white background. The author and title are listed in black on the larger "T," and the smaller T above contains the text "1st Gropius Lecture 1961" in white and "Harvard University" in black. Blank white pages on interior and verso.

Stage Design: Garden Architecture

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Vertical rectangle showing quarter section of garden pavilion with three aisles, the center aisle leading to a fountain. In upper region, allegorical sculptures with cut hedges.

Stage Design: Palace Architecture

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Vertical rectangle showing alternative designs for a domes building with garlanded columns. Left side shows a monument in the center.

Stage Design: Palace Architecture

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Design for a stage set. A palace facade seen from the left angle and from below. At left, stairs lead through a porch into a garden. Pavilion to the right. Pencil mark above, indicating a curve.

Stage Design: Palace Architecture

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Design for a stage set. A view of a palace from the left angle and from below. A broad path leads to the stairs and the arch. Ruled and curved border at the top.

"From Pushpin to Architecture"

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Dup. of 1991-161-2

"From Pushpin to Architecture"

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Dup. of 1991-166-1

Stage Design: Palace Architecture

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Vertical drawing with ruled border curved at top, showing palace façade seen from the side.

Stage Design: Palace Architecture

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Design for a stage set. View of palace facade consisting of circular arcade in the foreground, surmounted by arcades in the back, niches with fountains. Ruled and curved border at the top.

37c Yale Art + Architecture single

National Postal Museum
unused

Greek Architecture [sculpture] / (photographer unknown)

Archives and Special Collections, Smithsonian American Art Museum
On photo mount label: H. Adams. Architecture. Brooklyn, Institute of Arts and Sciences. Classification number: 282/A213/410. Accession: 49068.

Hyson, Marilyn Gage, "Profile of Herbert Adams, 1858-1945, sculptor," [Princeton, Mass. : s.n.] 2000, pg. 41-42.

1 photographic print : b&w, 9 3/4 x 6 1/4 in. (trimmed), mounted on 9 3/4 x 13 7/8 in. board.

The Humanitarian Side of Architecture

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access
Lesson exploring the role that architects have in rebuilding communities after natural disasters. Teaches about the aftermath of the 1906 California earthquake and current efforts to rebuild after natural disasters. Students research current rebuilding efforts and present their findings.

Architecture to Watch in 2013

Smithsonian Magazine

Southern California Institute of Architecture

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Promotional poster for Southern California Institute of Architecture, Los Angeles for undergraduate degree program.

Recto: Large digital image in side-way perspective of building and park cars in front inside irregular border. Building is possibly the Institute. Across center: "Southern California Institute (in white) of architecture (in white and in superscript) of Architecture (in white)". Small photo reproductions scattered throughout poster. Two small inversed photo reproductions of landscapes with poem in foreign language below and English translation below second image at top left. One small inversed photo reproduction of rock at top right. Black and white photo reproduction of satellite with sphere superimposed at bottom left. Black text box with "SCI-ARC" in color scheme from green to red in ascending diagonal with "Southern California Institute of Architecture (in blue and white) superimposed at bottom right. "SCI-ARC" imprinted vertically in same color scheme along left side. Image of super-sonic Japanese animé character at center left edge. Image of man climbing rope at top left edge. Short text throughout poster.

Verso: divided into 16 equal sections, made up of either black and white photo reproductions with text, text with colored geometric shapes, or just simple text, with each section describing a facet about school.

Imprinted at top left, poem: "May it be delightful, my house:/ from my head to my feet, may it be delightful./ Where I lie, all above me,/ all around me, may it be delightful./ May it be delightful, my fire,/ may it be delightful for my children./ May all be well./ May it be delightful with my food and (thirst??),/ may all my possessions be well,/ and may they be made to increase" with foreign version next to this. Imprinted in black, at top right: "Architecture can punch a hole in your sky". Just above center, in three text boxes: "At Sci-Arc people do move than they talk about. Architecture is more than a talent or a profession./ It is a way of living" (first box); "What is unique about Sci-Arc is the diversity of its faculty and students. Together they teach me that/ excellence is never singular but of many. This assurance breeds complete creative freedom" (second box); "Sci-Arc is a place that fosters inquires into the essence of architecture, an architecture that is strong/ individually and collectively, an architecture that produces a feeling of acceleration and pleasure".

Imprinted vertically in black, inside yellow text box: "Los Angeles California 90066". Just below center, in three text boxes: "Sci-Arc is a vacant lot where you can build a fort." (first box); "Sci-Arc is an atmosphere in which faculty and students are encouraged not to fear failure/ but instead to fear not taking chances." (second box); Architecture fills our deep epistemic need to understand and provide at least a general sense/ of one's place/placeness in the universe." (third box).

Verso: Text throughout explaining institute's philosophy, projects, programs, and education.

Paintings: Murals in Modern Architecture

Archives of American Art
Exhibition Announcement : 1 p. ; 9 x 13 cm.

A chronicler of California architecture

Archives of American Art
1 clipping : ill. ; 27 x 18 cm. Article by Giovannini on Esther McCoy published in the International Herald Tribune.
Includes photo of McCoy by Deborah Sussman.
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