Friday, April 28 at 9:00am to 5:00pm
USC School of Architecture, Exhibit spaces in and around Watt Hall and Harris Hall
This vital two-day event showcases student work spanning all undergraduate and graduate disciplines across a range of topics critical for the advancement of design and the built environment. With over 700 projects ranging from full-scale installations to theoretical propositions from 60 studios, and featuring over 300 critics hailing from around the world, EXPO is the touchstone event for the USC School of Architecture and one of Los Angeles’ most important cultural forums for new discussions on architecture, design, and the city. Like no other event, EXPO forms the crossroads between local and global design and architecture communities, bringing together academics, professionals, and the public, to engage, examine, and challenge new modes of thinking about and producing architecture.
Over two days or reviews and discussions, EXPO student work will be exhibited both inside and outside using the surfaces of the school as a background for a variety of disciplines and course types examining the most relevant and pressing issues facing architecture, digital technology, sustainability, urban design, landscape architecture, building science, and heritage conservation.
Bridging the worlds of design, theory, and technology, EXPO is a vital cultural forum for advanced thinking and debates on new modes of architecture and the built environment.
Free and Open to the Public.