Working with REX Architecture and Magnusson Klemencic Associates, Situ Studio fabricated the "Madison Avenue (Doll)House" for Calvin Klein. The work will remain on view through January 5th at the Calvin Klein Collection flagship store located at 654 Madison Avenue in New York City.
Situ Studio provided fabrication services for the One Jackson Square Dog House, a project designed by KPF for a charity auction benefiting the Animal Medical Center.
Situ Studio's Solar Pavilion series will be featured in the exhibition "Modes of Architectural Drawing" a show curated by Colin Cathcart and Sandra McKee. The Exhibition will be held at Fordham's Center Gallery at the Lincoln Center campus.
As part of the DUMBO Art Under the Bridge Festival, Situ Studio is hosting an open studio.
Situ Studio is collaborating on “DeColonizing Architecture” a project headed by Eyal Weizman, Alessandro Petti and Sandi Hilal. The project culminates in a series of exhibitions. The work will be shown at Gemak in the Hague (Sept. 6 – Oct. 31), at the Venice Biennale (Sept. 10 – Nov. 23) and at Bozar in Brussels (Oct. 31 – Jan. 4). The research examines the appropriation re-use, and re-programming of Israeli Settlements in the West Bank. Situ Studio is working on the “ungrounding” component of this project.
Situ Studio's Solar Pavilion 3 will be featured in the September issue of Interior Design magazine.
Situ Studio participated in Siggraph 2008, a computer graphics and animation festival held in Los Angeles.
Situ Studio's competition proposal for the 2008 Urbantine Project was shortlisted.
Situ Studio has been commissioned by Solar One to design and build a pavilion for this summer's CitySol Festival. This will be the third in a series of pavilion projects that experiment with sustainable materials and manufacturing methods, digital fabrication and cellular assemblies. CitySol will be taking place in Stuyvesant Cove Park, along the East River at 23rd Street.
Situ Studio will give a presentation at Mind/08, a symposium held at MoMA and at Parsons The New School for Design on April 3-5th, 2008.
Situ Studio is featured in Architectural Record’s March 2008 issue in the article ‘Finding Connections Without Limits’ by Diana Lind.
On view at MoMA through May 12th: “Rules of Six” - an installation designed by Aranda Lasch and fabricated by Situ Studio for the exhibition Design and the Elastic Mind.
Situ Studio lectures at The Cooper Union School of Architecture for Samuels Andersons 3rd year Building Technologies class