No More Room is on view from April 9th - May 31st. The exhibition is viewable in the SCI-Arc Gallery by appointment only. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to make your appointment or view the online exhibition here.
BairBalliet opens thier solo exhibition No More Room at the SCI-Arc Gallery on April 9th. Link to the virtual exhibition and a livestream link to the opening event beginning at 6pm PST can be found here.
Balliet moderates the Objects panel at the Architectural Bestia Symposium presented by SCI-Arc. Link to the livestream and virtual exhibition can be found here.
BairBalliet participates in a (virtual) panel discussion at UCLA as part of the Alumni Series on February 24th.
BairBalliet’s essay The Unstable Image is published in Fresh Meat Journal, Issue XI: Direct Messages.
BairBalliet talks cores with John McMorrough, host of Practice Architecture Talks in “Mies-Centered” on July 11, 2020. Link to the full conversation can be found here. Follow Practice Architecture Talks @practice_architecture_talks on Instagram.
BairBalliet presents Graphic, Line, Object at the Drawing Attention Exhibition at the Roca London Gallery. The exhibition was curated by Jeremy Ficca, Amy Kulper and Grace La. Links to a video of the exhibition can be viewed here.
BairBalliet presents their project The Unstable Image at ACSA’s 108 Conference.
BairBalliet lectures as part of Cal Poly Pomona Department of Architecture Spring Lecture Series on Friday February 21st.
Bair will be a Visiting Professor at City College of New York School of Architecture in the Spring of 2020. She’ll be teaching a graduate studio titled “Type Types” and a seminar titled “Line Types”.
BairBalliet’s House of Cores project is awarded the Director’s Choice in the 2019 HOME Competition.
Balliet discusses Volume, Practice and Agitating the Discipline in an interview with SCI-Arc.
Bair participates in Tracing / Traces: Architecture and the Archive 2019 at Art Institute of Chicago on November 9th.
Balliet is a part of the book, Sessions Volume 2. The publication is edited by Ramiro Diaz-Granados, in conversation with SCI-Arc Design Faculty Kristy Balliet, Mira Henry, M. Casey Rehm, and Maxi Spina, including texts by Hernan Diaz Alonso and Joe Day. There was a book launch on November 1st.
BairBalliet participates in the “Architectural Beast” exhibition at the Frac Center in Orleans, France as part of the Second edition of the Biennale d'Architecture d'Orléans. The exhibition is open October 11th, 2019 to January 19th 2020.
Balliet participated in an XX | LA podcast hosted by Audrey Sato. The podcast aired October 6th.
BairBalliet - Graphic, Line, Object (G.L.O.) will be a part of the the exhibit, entitled Drawing Attention. This exhibit gathers innovative and exemplary drawings from architects around the world, co-curated by Jeremy Ficca(CMU), Grace La (GSD) and Amy Kulper (RISD). The drawings will be shown at the Roca Gallery London, designed by Zaha Hadid, from September 17, 2019 to January 11, 2020, and the opening week coincides with this year’s London Design Festival.
BairBalliet - No Middle Mid Rise was part of the group show Translating the Building Exhibition in Denver Colorado. The show was hosted in the McNicols Building and curated by Aaron Mulligan. Open August 2nd - August 25th.
BairBalliet is the recipient of the 2019-2020 Association for Women in Architecture Foundation Fellowship. The award is given annually to one firm and provides the opportunity to facilitate research, study, writing and other forms of continued contribution to the profession.
BairBalliet lectures as part of Cal Poly San Luis Opispo College of Architecture & Environmental Design, Spring 2019 lecture series, on Friday May 31st. Lecture title, We’ve Got Issues.
BairBalliet presents Possible Medium with Adam Fure and Kyle Miller in a panel discussion at the Graham Foundation, Chicago, IL on April 25th.
BairBalliet discusses What’s Possible and Sufficiently Weird in an interview with Katherine Gulmanpang of Archinect.
Balliet gives an Alumni Lecture: 20 Years+ at the Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA on April 1st.
BairBalliet - Graphic, Line, Object (G.L.O.) selected for a group exhibition at the ACSA Black Box Conference, for ACSA 107th Annual Meeting Exhibition - Drawing for the Design Imaginary, Pittsburgh, PA on March 28th - 30th.
BairBalliet presents Possible Mediums with Adam Fure and Kyle Miller in Ann Arbor, MI on March 13th.
BairBalliet conducts a workshop, The Unstable Image, at the University of Denver College of Architecture & Planning, Denver, CO on March 8th.
BairBalliet UNBOXED opens a solo exhibition at the University of Denver College of Architecture & Planning, Denver, CO on March 1st - 15th. with a public lecture on March 7th. Lecture title, Unboxed.
BairBalliet presents Possible Mediums with a book launch and exhibition with Kyle Miller at SCI-Arc Library Gallery, Los Angeles, CA on February 4th.
BairBalliet presents Possible Mediums with a book launch and exhibition with Kyle Miller and Dora Epstein Jones at California College of Arts (CCA), San Francisco, CA on January 28th.
Possible Mediums, a book co-authored by Kelly Bair, Kristy Balliet, Adam Fure & Kyle Miller is published on November 15th with Actar, 200 pages. ISBN-13: 978-1940291963. Purchase on Amazon.
- Log 45 by David Erdman (March 2019).
- Architect Magazine, “Welcome to the New Normal” by Aaron Betsy (February 2019).
- Architects Newspaper, “Is the medium the message in post-digital architecture?” by Max Kuo (February 2019).
- Metropolis Magazine, “Against Pluralism, Again: Two Books Rethink Theory and Criticism’s Role in Architecture” by Phillip Denny (December 2018).
BairBalliet is invited by Ryan Martinez for an upcoming Solo Exhibition, PLATED, in the Wedge Gallery at Woodbury University, Burbank, CA. The exhibition will be on view November 2nd - November 23rd. Lecture titled Plated to open the exhibtion.
BairBalliet's latest building proposal No Middle Midrise will be on view at the Adjacencies Exhibition at Yale University.
BairBalliet's facade design for Concordia Day in Chicago showed its face at the ribbon cutting on August 1st.
Loud Lines, BairBalliet's proposal for the Museum of Modern Art PS1's Young Architects Program is on view at MoMA through September 3rd.
The Post Office is included as part of Discursive Images within the current JAE 72:1 issue.
BairBalliet is invited by Kyle Reynolds for an upcoming Solo Exhibition, EXPOSED, in the Gallery of The University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee School of Architecture and Urban Planning, Milwaukee, WI in March 2018. Lecture titled Exposed to open the exhibtion.
Kristy takes part in a panel discussion on the Drawing Codes Exhibition at the University of Michigan on Tuesday, March 6th at 6:00pm in the Art & Architecture Auditorium. The exhibition will be on view March 7th - March 28th.
Low Volume and The Next Port of Call are included in the exhibition, Inscriptions: Architecture Before Speech, at Harvard University's GSD, Druker Design Gallery, curated by K. Michael Hays and Andrew Holder in Cambridge, MA on January 22nd – March 11th.
Kelly Bair and Kristy Balliet both have drawings included within the traveling exhibition, DRAWING CODES: Experimental Protocols of Architectural Representation. The exhibition is curated by Andrew Kudless and Adam Marcus.
BairBalliet’s short film (Another) Rear Window is selected and screened as part of Hiding in Plain Sight, a pedal-powered pop-up movie theater in Pittsburgh. The theater was designed by StudioGRUBER.
BairBalliet is selected as a finalist for the Museum of Modern Art PS1's Young Architects Program. They will be proposing a design for their courtyard space to host the summer "Warm-Up" events.
BairBalliet begins design on BeKids, a 4,000 square foot cafe and indoor kids play space in Chicago. Opening early spring, 2018.
BairBalliet begins design on a facade for Concordia Daycare in Chicago. Opening early spring, 2018.
BairBalliet begins design on a 1,600 square foot yoga and therapy center in Chicago. Opening spring, 2018.
Bair will represent BairBalliet as part of the Woodbury University School of Architecture Fall Lecture Series on October 20th. Lecture title, Odd Standards.
Balliet represents BairBalliet in the Session, Software Comes to Matter, as part of The Computational Design: Practices, Histories, Infrastructures Symposium at Carnegie Mellon University on October 7th-8th.
BairBalliet lectures as part of Princeton University's School of Architecture Fall 2017 lecture series, Speculation, on Thursday September 28th. Lecture title, Loud Lines.
BairBalliet's project, Graphic, Line, Object (G.L.O.), is exhibited as part of "Designing the Computational Image / Imagining Computational Design" at Carnegie Mellon University / Miller Gallery. Curated by Daniel Cardoso Llach, opens September 23rd - November 12th.
Balliet presents BairBalliet on a panel for The Architectural Imagination at the Architecture + Design Museum in Los Angeles on September 22nd.
BairBalliet's short film, (Another) Rear Window is screened at The Night Gallery in Chicago in September. Opening screening is September 16th at dusk.
BairBalliet's project, The Next Port of Call, for the 16th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale is exhibited at the Architecture + Design Museum in Los Angeles. The works are exhibited on July 14th - September 23rd.
BairBalliet defines Architecture, architecture, and Architectural at the Architecture Exhibition at the Architecture + Design Museum Los Angeles.
Bair presented and Kristy Balliet moderate the panel, End of the Line, as part of the Drawings' Conclusions Symposiumat SCI-Arc on March 25th - 26th. The Symposium was in conjunction with Drawings' Conclusions exhibition, curated by Jeffrey Kipnis and produced by SCI-Arc faculty Andrew Zago.
BairBalliet's article "Architecture's Ploys: Plinths, Parapets and Partial Walls" is published in Berkeley's Room One Thousand, issue 05 Timeless.
BairBalliet's project Low Volume is featured in Art Papers Magazine.
BairBalliet's project, The Next Port of Call, for the 16th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale is exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art Detroit / MOCAD.
BairBalliet have been selected as one of 12 offices to exhibit a design proposal for Detroit in the U.S. Pavilion at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. More info can be found here.