Now What?! Buffalo at the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning opens April 17 with a lecture by Now What?! curators. This is the sixth time the exhibition is on view and will be up until June 1 before taking a brief summer hiatus before moving to the midwest in the fall.
We celebrated the launch of En Pointe Vol. 1: Pittsburgh at GBBN Architects during April Unblurred: First Fridays on Penn Art Crawl.
On Saturday, January 19, Sarah Rafson, with other volunteers from Doors Open Pittsburgh, led a bus tour on a historic tour around the city in commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Point Line Projects turns three this year, and we continue to be challenged and rewarded by editorial and exhibition projects about art, architecture, and design. Join us in reflecting on what we’ve accomplished in 2018 and what’s to come in 2019.
Welcome Spring 2019 Interns! We're excited to welcome three incredible interns to the PLP team! Meet Jai Kanodia, Abigail Salmon, and Kenneth Wahrenberger.
Now What?! Advocacy, Activism, and Alliances in American Architecture Since 1968, is in its second showing at California College of the Arts’ Hubbell Street Galleries. With over fifty new panels added from New York and Los Angeles the content we’re excited to continue to grow Now What?! And manage the project as it continues to travel.
A traveling exhibition that examines the little-known history of architects and designers working to further the causes of the civil rights, women’s, and LGBTQ movements of the past fifty years.
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Point Line Projects is now located in Downtown Pittsburgh’s Cultural District.
Università Luigi Bocconi, Milan, Italy. Photo by Paolo Tonato. Courtesy of Grafton Architects.