Exhibited at the American Academy of Arts and Letters in New York until this month, the work of Alberto Campo Baeza is on display to celebrate the awarding of the Arnold W. Brunner Memorial Prize in Architecture 2013. In a spare white quadrangular room in the main building and with only natural light from above, 24 white panels appear floating over the walls, without touching or marking them. It is an exhibition that is very sui generis, it is an Exhibition in the air; it is an exhibition that is very Campo Baeza. More information on the exhibition after the break.
In Din A4 format, each displaying a color photograph and a drawing of the most significant works of the architect, the panels are tilted at 45 degrees, as if floating in the air at eye-level. They are attached to the wall by means of an ingenious mechanism devised by the architect, with trapezoidal transparent acetate wings that cannot be seen, that disappear.
The works displayed there range from the Olnick Spanu House in Garrison, New York, the VT House in Zahara, Cadiz, the Center for Nature Interpretation in Lanzarote, to the Cala House en Madrid, currently in project phase. In the center of the room, some simple models of these works.