What happens to the MoMA PS1 Young Architecture Program pavilions after Warm Up is Over?
For nearly two decades, the Young Architect's Program (YAP) has brought both young and established talent to MoMA PS1's courtyard to form a welcome space for overheated crowds that often interact with the work during the institution's popular Warm Up series [...]
So what happens to the pavilions and their creators once the DJs pack up their gear, the throngs of people leave, and the summer is over?
— artnet news
Artnet news looked at the afterlife of some of YAP pavilions that have graced the MoMA PS1 courtyard in Queens. Here's a quick summary of some of the featured anecdotes: SHoP Architects "Dunescape," 2000SHoP Architects, the firm behind the recently-inaugurated Barclays Center in Brooklyn... View full entry
Take a peek at Tom Wiscombe's "underground" Old Bank District Museum scheme for L.A.
The Broad Museum might not be the only new museum to be built in Downtown Los Angeles. Announced last year, L.A. property developer Tom Gilmore and Tom Wiscombe seem to be making progress towards the Old Bank District Museum, a new contemporary art and design museum that will house the works of... View full entry
Editor's Picks #404
Julia Ingalls argued for The Genius of David Byrne who she likens to "the deadpan docent of the infrastructural realm". vado retro dropped by and chimed in "most of these lyrics were written before i ever attended architecture school and that was a very long time ago. i read a similar essay... View full entry
Moscow New NCCA Entry by Tom Wiscombe Design
Earlier today, we published the ten shortlisted firms which qualified to move on to stage 2 of the international architectural competition for the new National Center for Contemporary Arts (New NCCA) in Moscow, Russia. The entry by Los Angeles-based Tom Wiscombe Design didn't quite make the list, but we are happy to present it here to a wider audience.
Previously: Ten Firms Shortlisted for the Final Stage of Moscow’s New NCCA View full entry
Taichung City Cultural Center Entry by Tom Wiscombe Design
We keep receiving a steady stream of design entries to the Taichung City Cultural Center competition in Taiwan [...], some of which we have already been able to publish. Today's entry was designed by LA-based studio Tom Wiscombe Design.
To see more Taichung City Cultural Center entries, click here. View full entry