Project Direction

Making Room: Housing for a Changing America

National Building Museum 

Goal | Expose the roots of the American housing crisis and show visitors how they can employ design solutions to improve and increase housing in the future.

 

This remarkable installation - which included a prototype house built inside the gallery - explored design solutions to America's housing crisis. I guided conceptual and design development, and production of this exhibition. The 3,000 square foot presentation brought together the talents and resources of dozens of thinkers, activists, architects, and companies from across North America and Europe.

 

Learn more on the National Building Museum's exhibition website.

LET'S INSPIRE PEOPLE TOGETHER

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Case Studies

Making Room: Housing for a Changing America, at the National Building Museum