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Alumni firm recognized
Craig Scott's (B.Arch. '86) practice, IwamotoScott Architecture, is one of five finalists in the eighth annual MoMA/PS1 Young Architects Program, an invited design competition resulting in a building project in the PS1 courtyard that hosts the summer-long Warm Up concert series. 'The objective of the Young Architects Program is to identify and provide an outlet for emerging young talent in architecture, an ongoing mission of both MoMA and P.S.1'.
Along with his partner Lisa Iwamoto, Scott has received the Emerging Voices award from the Architectural League of New York, and will lecture on March 16th at the Urban Center in New York, as part of the 25th year of this annual lecture series program, 'created to recognize and encourage architects who are beginning to achieve prominence in the profession'.
The Jellyfish House project, by IwamotoScott with proces2, is part of the exhibition, O! pen House: Architecture and Technology for Intelligent Living, curated by the Vitra Design Museum and Art Center College of Design. The exhibition opened at Zollverein, Germany last August as part of Entry 2006, and will be opening this April at Art Center in Pasadena, then travelling to the Vitra Design Museum at the end of this year.
The Jellyfish House project will also be included in the exhibition, California College of the Arts at 100: Innovation By Design, opening at SFMOMA in March 2007.