Sustainability Management Professor Curates NYC Architecture Exhibit

"Usonia" is a word that Frank Lloyd Wright used to characterize his vision of American architecture, and the best example of it is in Westchester County, New York, in a series of houses called the "Usonia Historic District," a planned community where Wright himself was the visionary behind the blueprint.

However, Wright did not work alone, and in the new architecture exhibit at The Center For Architecture in New York, "Kaneji Domoto at Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonia," the private archives and designs of Domoto show this architect's process of working with - and learning from - Wright's example.

Curated by Lynnette Widder, a faculty member in the Sustainability Management program, who was honored with the Dean's Excellence Award at the 2017 graduation for Columbia's School of Professional Studies, this exhibit provides a one-of-a-kind insight into a seminal work of architectural development.

The exhibition runs until August 26th at The Center For Architecture in New York. Learn more about graduate programs in Sustainability Management.