Today, Olson Kundig Architects’ first-ever retrospective Anthology opened its doors at Omaha’s KANEKO. Spanning five decades of Olson Kundig work, the site-specific exhibition will focus on the Seattle-based firm’s unique creative process, showcasing the many influences and design explorations that have shaped the practice over the years. Follow us after the break for more information and a sampling of the firms work.
Founded by Jim Olson in 1966, Olson Kundig Architects has grown from a Pacific Northwest-focused architecture firm into an international design practice based on the belief that buildings can serve as a bridge between nature, culture and people, and that inspiring surroundings have a positive effect on people’s lives. The Kaneko retrospective, which provides a sampling of the design efforts of the firm’s partners—Jim Olson, Tom Kundig, Kirsten Murray and Alan Maskin—highlighting over 50 years of creative production. The exhibit offers insights into the thinking behind the practice through visual displays that portray the values, methodologies and cultural attributes that have come to characterize the firm’s work.
You can find more information about Olson Kundig: Anthology, here. The exhibition will remain on view through January 3, 2015.
News and firm description via KANEKO.