As images made by hand, such as sketches or collages, give way to those produced on computers, there has been a shift in the way architectural projects are visualized. New Views: The Rendered Image in Architecture, an exhibition curated by CLOG at the Art Institute of Chicago, focuses on the digitally rendered images that have become ubiquitous in architecture, and their place in museums architecture collections.
As part of a series in which the Art Institute invites outside architects and designers to organize installations that investigate new thinking and practices within and beyond their professional disciplines, CLOG has built upon its recent issue, CLOG : Rendering, for the new exhibition. New Views: The Rendered Image in Architecture, which opened to the public on June 15, explores the diversity of rendering types being produced today through a presentation of 60 images from an international group of architects and design studios. Participating firms include: Abrahams May Architects, BIG, DBOX, Family and PlayLab, Frontop, Greg Lynn FORM, Labtop, Luxigon, Mansilla + Tuñón Architects, Mir, OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen, P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S / Marcelo Spina and Georgina Huljich, Pure, visualhouse, and Zaha Hadid Architects. Read more.