The Boston Design Biennial is a juried exhibition and publication of design work open to Greater Boston’s emerging practices and individuals working in architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, and urban design. Tonight, head over to the BSA Space, for the third Design Biennial exhibition gallery opening. The gallery is a showcase of work from Greater Boston’s design leaders sponored by pinkcomma gallery and the BSA.
Winners of the call for entry will be unveiling their site-specific installation in the BSA gallery tonight.
I’m looking forwarding to seeing Matter Design Studio’s installation. Matter Design Studio, a collaborative design studio, founded in 2008, envisions architectural practice as a marriage between drawing and making by blending the ideas of architectural representation and contractor methods of making. Matter Design has designed and fabricated a concrete half-scale “Helix” stair that will “skewer the existing entry stair at the BSA”.