A selection of buildings visited and photographed during the Fulbright Artist Scholarship in the U.S. October 2015 - March 2016.
New World Symphony, Miami Beach
Perez Art Museum, Miami
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston
Community Rowing Boathouse, Boston
Art Institute, Chicago
Lakefront Kiosk, Chicago Architecture Biennial
Joe and Rika Mansueto Library, University of Chicago
State Street Village, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago
McCormick Tribune Campus Center, Chicago
Oak Park Public Library, Chicago
Experience Music Project Museum, Seattle
Union Station, Denver
James H. Clark Center, Stanford University
McMurtry Building for the Department of Art, Stanford University
Hunter's Point South Park, New York
Pier 15, New York
West Concourse, PATH Station, New York
Brooklyn Botanic Gardens Visitor Center, New York
Fulton Center, New York
InterActiveCorps HQs, New York
Cooper Union, New York
Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge
Whitney Museum for the American Art, New York
Integral Lens trip statistics:
 
- 9,600 miles flying
- 4,200 miles driving
- 1,300 miles public commuting
- 750,000 steps walking
- 12,000 still images taken
- 65,000 images in timelapse video, 20 min. of edited video
- 150 buildings and locations from 12 cities
- 20 meetings and interviews with related professionals
- 142 days on the road (October 2015 - March 2016)
 
List of buildings visited and photographed during the ‘Integral Lens’ Fulbright Scholarship Porject:
 
1. Brooklyn Botanic Garden Visitor Center, NY, Weiss / Manfredi 
2. Whitney Museum of American Art, NY, Renzo Piano Building Workshop
3. Fulton Center, NY, Grimshaw Architects
4. West Concourse, PATH Station, NY, Santiago Calatrava
5. The Morgan Library and Museum extension, New York, by Renzo Piano Building Workshop.
6. The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, by SANAA.
7. Pier 15, New York, by SHoP Architects and Ken Smith.
8. Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park, New York, by Weiss/Manfredi.
9. 9/11 Memorial and Museum, New York, by Micahel Arad, Peter Walker, Davis Brody Bond, and Snohetta. 
10. High Line public park, New York, James Corner Field Operations, with Diller Scofidio + Renfro, and Piet Oudolf.  
11. InterActiveCorp’s Head Quarters, NY, Frank Gehry 
12. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NY, Frank Lloyd Wright 
13. Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, NY
14. Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center at Lincoln Center, NY, David Rockwell.   
15. The Julliard School, NY, Diller Scofidio + Renfro with FX Fowle  
16. 41 Cooper Square, NY, Morphosis / Thom Mayne  
17. The Catholic Center at NYU, Machado Silvetti Architects. 
18. The Pavilion at Brookfield Place, NY, Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects. 
19. Zuccotti park, NY, Cooper Roberston. 
 
 
20. Community Rowing Boathouse, Boston, Anmahian Winton Architects
21. The new MIT Media Lab expansion, Cambridge, Fumihiko Maki. 
22. Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Art of the Americas Extension, Foster & Partners. 
23. Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Contemporary Art Extension, I.M. Pei
24. Harvard Art Museums renovation and expansion, Cambridge, Renzo Piano Building Workshop.
25. The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Diller + Scofidio + Renfro. 
26. JFK Library and Museum, Boston, I.M. Pei.
27. Ray and Maria Stata Center, MIT, Cambridge, Frank Gehry.
28. Isabelle Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, Renzo Piano Building Workshop.
29. MIT Chapel, Cambridge, Eero Saarinen 
 
30. Chicago Architecture Biennial Exhibition 2015, Chicago Cultural Center.  
31. Joe and Rika Mansueto Library, University of Chicago, Murphy Jahn Architects 
32. McCormick Tribune Campus Center, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, OMA / Rem Koolhaas 
33. State Street Village, IIT Dormitory, Chicago, Helmut Jahn, Murphy-Jahn Associates. 
34. Lakefront Kiosk, Chicago Architecture Biennial, Ultramoderne. 
35. Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Josef Paul Kleihues. 
36. Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, Chicago, Tod Williams and Billie Tsien. 
37. WMS Boathouse, Clark Park Chicago, Studio Gang Architects
38. Oak Park Public Library, Chicago, Nagle Hartray Architects.
39. The Art Institute of Chicago, Modern Wing extension, Renzo Piano Building Workshop. 
40. Millennium park plaza, Chicago. 
41. S. R. Crown Hall, IIT, Chicago, Mies van der Rohe. 
42. Bloomingdale line (trail and park), Chicago. 
43. James Thompson Center, Chicago, Helmut Jahn.
44. Frank Lloyd Wright Home and studio, Chicago.  
 
45. California Science Center, Los Angeles. 
46. The Broad Museum, Los Angeles, Diller Scofidio + Renfro 
47. Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, Frank Gehry. 
48. Getty Center, Los Angeles, Richard Meier. 
49. Santa Barbara Vedanta Temple, Lutah Maria Riggs. 
50. Malibu Hindu Temple, Los Angeles. 
51. Monterey Bay Aquarium, EHDD. 
52. Red Rock Canyon Visitor Center, Nevada, Line and Space Architects. 
53. California Academy of Science, San Francisco, Renzo Piano Building Workshop.
54. De Young Fine Arts Museum, San Francisco, Herzog & de Meuron. 
55. Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, Daniel Libeskind
56. Stanford Department of Art & Art History, Stanford, Diller Scofidio + Renfro.
57. Stanford James H. Clark Center, Foster and Partners in collaboration with MBT Architecture.  
58. B Cellars Winery, Napa Valley. 
59. Domaine Chandon, Napa Valley.
 
 
60. Seattle Public Library, OMA / Rem Koolhaas
61. Experience Music Project Museum, Seattle, Frank Gehry
62. Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle, Weiss Manfredi.   
63. Seattle Center. 
64. Museum of History & Industry, Seattle. 
65. University of Washington campus, Seattle.  
66. Clyfford Still Museum, Denver, Allied Works Architecture
67. Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, Adjaye Associates
68. Denver Art Museum extension, Daniel Libeskind 
69. Denver Union Station, SOM (Skidmore, Owings & Merrill)
70. Denver Performing Arts Complex
71. University of Denver Campus
72. Cadet Chapel, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Walter Netsch, Harold Wagoner, SOM
73. 1111 Lincoln Road Parking, Miami Beach, Herzog & de Meuron
74. Perez Art Museum, Miami, Herzog & de Meuron
75. New World Symphony, Miami Beach, Frank Gehry
76. Faena Arts Center, Miami Beach, OMA / Rem Koolhaas
77. The National WWII Museum, New Orleans, Voorsanger Mathes LLC
78. Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Stephen Goldring Hall, New Orleans, Errol Barron / Michael Toups.
79. Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, Studio WTA 
 
80. University of Tennessee, Knoxville Campus
Extra material:
The presentation 'Aspects of architectural photography' on the TAAST Workshops at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Architecture and Design:
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