Aranda\Lasch is the subject of a solo exhibition in the newly opened Gallery ALL in Beijing titled Crystal Rules. The exhibition runs from August 12 to November 12.
Aranda\Lasch and Casey Reas’ piece “Primitives: This Could be an Extraordinary Find” will be exhibited as part of the Museum of Arts and Design’s exhibition “NYC Makers”. On display from July 1, 2014 to October 12, 2014
Concrete Panels going up on the Art Deco Building in the Design District.
Happy Birthday Maison Domino from your friends at Aranda\Lasch.
The Treasure of Lima with Treasure Chest designed by Aranda\Lasch in Financial Times.
Photo by Alex Gruber
Come by the Johnson Trading Gallery booth next week to see the Geode Tower. See you there!
Getting ready for Design Miami/Basel.
The Treasure Chest has been buried. Treasure of Lima is a commission by TBA21 to house works from over thirty renowned artists inside a submersible chest designed by Aranda\Lasch and then buried in a secret location. This piece will be up for auction this year at Phillips.
Site Visit to Miami’s Design District.
Visit to GFRC Cladding Systems to see progress.
Benjamin Aranda presented a lecture at the Yale School of Architecture as part of the Digital Post-Modernities: From Calculus to Computation Symposium.
Some shots of the New York studio.
This small but astute machine has found an elegant way of restraining and rediscovering all the lost enchantments of the flesh.
— J.G. Ballard on the zipper
Stage Environment was featured in an article titled Dazzling Digtal Designs that Push the Bounds of Parametrics.
The New York studio celebrated a great year with a helicopter tour of the city.
The Atlantic publishes a feature on ArandaLasch as part of their First Drafts series.
When we started living in cities, we did something that had never happened before in the history of life, we broke away from the equations of biology, all of which are sublinear. Every other creature gets slower as it gets bigger. That’s why the elephant plods along. But in cities, the opposite happens. As cities get bigger, everything starts accelerating. There is no equivalent for this in nature. It would be like finding an elephant that’s proportionally faster than a mouse.
— Geoffrey West