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Worlds of Cityvision

Opening: March 6, 6-9 p.m
Continues: 6-23 MarchFrom March 6th to 23th, 2014
Woodbury School of Architecture, in collaboration with Istituto Italiano di Cultura in Los Angeles, will host the first comprehensive exhibition of works of the independent Italian architecture lab Cityvision at the WUHO gallery. Worlds of Cityvision occupies the WUHO gallery, displaying for the first time in one venue numerous visionary urban proposals that Cityvision lab has orchestrated over the last four years.  The exhibition features iconic works submitted to international competitions for cities that Cityvision sponsored, including proposals for Rome, Venice, New York, and Rio de Janiero.  Also included in the exhibition is new work they have produced in specific response to the gallery context. Known for using a range of media to express intersections between architecture and the human condition, Cityvision is an innovative contemporary urban design lab based in Rome, Italy and operating around the globe.  The result of a journey structured across publications, lectures, conferences, and special competitions, Cityvision leads contemporary urban design thinking toward envisioning the future of cities.

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http://archrecord.construction.com/news/2014/03/140310-Newsmakers-Cityvision-Founders-Francesco-Lipari-and-Vanessa-Todaro.asp

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