Click for More Images | (T) Min | Day, Blue Barn Theatre & Boxcar 10, Omaha | Photo by Paul Crosby | (B) SILO AR+D, Mood Ring House, Fayetteville, Arkansas | Photo © Timothy Hursley
SILO AR+D, Mood Ring House, Fayetteville, Arkansas | Photo © Timothy Hursley
SILO AR+D, North Presbyterian Church, Cleveland | Photo © Pease Photography
SILO AR+D, Reflects, Cleveland | Photo © Pease Photography
SILO AR+D, Super Sukkah, St. Louis | Photo © Seth Spradlin
SILO AR+D, Split Personality House, Johnson, Arkansas | Rendering © SILO AR+D
SILO AR+D, Hillside Rock House, Fayetteville, Arkansas | Rendering © SILO AR+D
SILO AR+D, Fayz Box, Fayetteville, Arkansas | Photo © Ethan Werkmeister
SILO AR+D, Barn Again, Fayetteville, Arkansas | Photo © Thomas Geeslin
Min | Day, Blue Barn Theatre & Boxcar 10, Omaha | Photo by Paul Crosby
Min | Day, House on Lake Okoboji, West Lake Okoboji, Iowa | Photo by Paul Crosby
Min | Day, Bucktown House, Chicago | Photo by Paul Crosby
Min | Day, Bemis InfoShop, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha | Photo by Michael Sinclair
Min | Day, Cochran Park sign+bench, Council Bluffs, Iowa | Photo by Colin Conces
Min | Day with TEF Design, Muni/BART Street Entrances, San Francisco | Rendering by Min | Day
Min | Day, 22nd Street Building, San Francisco | Rendering by Min | Day
Min | Day, AVA, a MOD product | Rendering by Min | Day
Frank Jacobus and Marc Manack, SILO AR+D, Cleveland and Fayetteville, Arkansas
E.B. Min and Jeffrey L. Day, Min | Day, San Francisco and Omaha
Introduced by Billie Tsien
1.5 AIA and New York State CEUs
The third evening of the annual Emerging Voices lecture series features Frank Jacobus and Marc Manack of SILO AR+D; and E.B. Min and Jeffrey L. Day of Min | Day. Emerging Voices spotlights individuals and firms based in the United States, Canada, or Mexico with distinct design voices and the potential to influence the disciplines of architecture, landscape architecture, and urbanism.
Frank Jacobus and Marc Manack co-founded SILO AR+D in 2009 as Principals. SILO AR+D “explores architectural presence through the effects of appearance, reappearance, and disappearance and views the architectural act of becoming visible as a form of theater, a performance born of energy harnessed from public environments.” Recent projects include Mood Ring House residence in Fayetteville, Arkansas; the Super Sukkah pavilion in St. Louis; and North Presbyterian Church in Cleveland.
E.B. Min and Jeffrey L. Day formed Min | Day in 2003 as founding Principals. E.B. Min is based in San Francisco and has taught at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco. Jeffrey L. Day is based in Omaha and teaches at University of Nebraska. Min | Day believes that “architecture is a spatial and material practice in the service of human habitation.” And as such, the studio seeks to create “infrastructure for social engagement, whether that be in the private world of the home, the collaborative landscape of the office or institution, or the collective realm of the city.” Recent projects include the Blue Barn Theatre & Boxcar 10 in Omaha and the House on Lake Okoboji residence in Iowa. In 2014, Min | Day worked with TEF Design on proposals for new BART/Muni station entrances in San Francisco.
Billie Tsien is a co-founding principal architect of Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects | Partners and President of The Architectural League of New York. She served on this year’s Emerging Voices committee.
Time & Place
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
The Sheen Center
18 Bleecker Street
Tickets are free for League members; $10 for non-members. Members may reserve a ticket by e-mailing: email@example.com
. Member tickets will be electronically distributed the day of the event and should be printed in advance; unclaimed tickets will be released fifteen minutes after the start of the program. Non-members may purchase tickets online here
beginning March 28 until 12:00 p.m. April 5. Additional non-member tickets will be available at the door for purchase with cash, space permitting.
Emerging Voices is generously supported by Elise Jaffe + Jeffrey Brown. The Emerging Voices program is also supported by the Next Generation Fund of The Architectural League. Architectural League programs are additionally supported, in part, by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.