From The University of Miami:This is an exhibition that is simultaneously a brief history of some of the early influential voices of the School of Architecture at UM, and a collection of works by emerging, noteworthy architects from around the world. All of the work in the exhibition can be related through their approaches to drawing and instructional method. The use of ordinary, universally appealing structures, and deceptively simple buildings that originate in geometric form are the basis of design for the architects exhibited. This approach not only links their work visually, but also theoretically, as the ever-present forms in their tool boxes hold intrinsically significant meaning and architectural power.
The exhibition features four of Machado Silvetti's projects: two early works and two recently completed buildings.