WUHO pop-up @ Dwell on Design

Stop by our booth at Dwell on Design!  WUHO has been invited to exhibit at Dwell on Design, which takes place on 20 June – 22 June, 2014 at the LA Convention Center.  Our pop-up installation reproduces WUHO’s architect-in-residency studio by showcasing faculty, alumni and student work from the Woodbury School of Architecture, and features work and workshops by:

Berenika Boberska and Jeffrey Garrett | Feral Office

Jason King with Justin Owens and Robert Mehring | Somewhere Something

Bojána Bányász and Donatella Cusmá | Claret Cup

Tim Ottman | neon artist

Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter | Director, WUHO

postcard_ruffles_red_front_improvedBerenika Boberska and Jeffrey Garrett | Feral Office

justin owensJustin Owens

somesome_02Jason King | Somewhere Something

WUHO exterior crop

Tim Ottman | neon artist

somesome_04Jason King | Somewhere Something

feral office_boberskaBerenika Boberska and Jeffrey Garrett | Feral Office

claret cup_cusma_banjaszBojána Bányász and Donatella Cusmá | Claret Cup

01. Map-á-porter-Echo Park-1Bojána Bányász and Donatella Cusmá | Claret Cup

somesome_06Jason King | Somewhere Something

Somewhere something_arduino workshop

Jason King | Somewhere Something

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