JML at Ohio State


Knowlton School of Architecture

Mark Lee will lecture at the Knowlton School of Architecture at Ohio State University on October 30th as a part of Loose Fit, the Fall 2013 Baumer Lecture Series.

West Bund Biennial 2013


JML

JML has designed a pavilion for the The West Bund Architecture and Contemporary Art Biennial in Shanghai, which opens on October 20th and runs through December 19th.

The Biennial is divided into two parts: an interior art exhibition entitled Reflecta and an outdoor architecture show entitled Fabrica, in which JML was chosen as one of twelve architects to design a pavilion using the theme of pre-fab and in-situ along the Huangpu River. The JML building called Pavilion of Six Views, utilizes six identical elliptical volumes hinged together but appears as a monolithic curved volume from the exterior.

JML at Washington University


Sam Fox School

Sharon Johnston of JML will lecture at the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis on October 7th. The lecture series, entitled Coral Courts, highlights outstanding architecture practitioners from across the United States and abroad.

James Welling at the Hammer


Hammer Museum

Johnston Marklee participated in the exhibition design for James Welling: Monograph, which opens at The Hammer Museum on September 29th. The exhibition was organized by the Cincinnati Art Museum and curated by James Crump, former chief curator and curator of photography. The show at The Hammer was organized by Cynthia Burlingham, deputy director, curatorial affairs.

GSD Studio - La Strada Novissima


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Mark Lee and Sharon Johnston of JML are visiting studio professors at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard during the fall semester of 2013. The studio, entitled La Strada Novissima, will investigate the intersection of two urban models - the Continuous City and the Discontinuous City - through the design of a small to medium scale building situated on a new pedestrian promenade in the Miami Design District.

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