May 8, 2018

Designwire: Reversible Destiny Foundation

Photography by Nicholas Knight/courtesy of Columbia GSAPP and the Estate of Madeline Gins.

They co-founded the Reversible Destiny Foundation… that was 1987. Now over 100 of their archival documents and drawings, including Screen-Valve, are on view in “Arakawa and Madeline Gins: Eternal Gradient” through June 16 at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation’s Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery. Designed by Norman Kelley, the exhibit employs steel-mesh display structures that recall the drawings.

Recent DesignWire