Why the Midwest? Global competition, cultural shifts, dwindling resources, and the acute need for greater resilience all necessitate reinvention in Boston and cities around the globe. Sasaki's work in the Midwest—775 projects worth—has proved to be an important crucible for testing ideas, pushing boundaries, and exploring approaches to today's challenges in urbanism everywhere!
Opening reception: Wednesday, July 17, at 6:00 pm. (RSVP here) Curatorial talk: Wednesday, September 11, at 6:00 pm. Urban planner Hope Stege, landscape architect Alexis Canter, and principal Victor Vizgaitis, AIA, give further insights on the show. (RSVP here)
Hosted by BSA Space.
We look forward to seeing you there! And, in the meantime, show us how you define the Midwest using this interactive, map-based MyMidwest survey.
To reinvent is to recast something familiar into a different form or purpose. Like planning and design itself, reinvention is an act of optimism. It takes the inherent strengths of a place, introduces...