wHY hosts salon in collaboration with The World Bee Project

August 2, 2018 Uncategorized

wHY welcomed Sabiha Rumani Malik of the World Bee Project and artist Lauren Bon to discuss and explore the topic ‘Learning From Bees—Pollinating Culture’ last saturday in Venice. Guests explored the future of pollinators, both of ideas and plants, via Sabiha & Lauren's deep connections to the topic. What is a wHY Salon? Not a lecture, but more of a discussion on specific topics, led by our speakers. The guests are as crucial as the speakers in contributing questions, thoughts and references to the conversation. .

ICA LA Celebrates 1st Birthday with ‘INCOGNITO’ exhibition and benefit art sale

July 26, 2018 Uncategorized

Kulapat and wHY are proud to be part of the host committee for the return of the ICA LA's ever-popular INCOGNITO exhibition and benefit art sale held on Saturday, September 8 in celebration of the museum’s first anniversary in downtown Los Angeles. Hundreds of established and emerging contemporary artists have contributed 400 original works in 12 x 12 inch format—all priced at $500. More info here.    

wHY shortlists for Rees Street Park

July 19, 2018 Uncategorized

wHY is one of five design firms shortlisted in the international design competition for Rees Street Park. Waterfront Toronto and the City of Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation unveiled ten creative design proposals on July 4, 2018 for York Street Park and Rees Street Park, the two newest additions to the Toronto’s growing collection of beautiful and sustainable public spaces along the city’s main waterfront boulevard, Queens Quay. A new website for the design competition will allow Torontonians to explore the design proposals and provide their feedback online.  Visit http://yorkreesparkdesign.ca/ to see the proposals on exhibition.

Kulapat to speak alongside Shigeru Ban, Richard Rogers, Andrea Zittel & others at Frieze Academy’s Art & Architecture Conference

July 16, 2018 Uncategorized

Kulapat is slated to speak alongside Shigeru Ban, Ellen van Loon, Alice Rawsthorn, Andrea Zittel, Amy Sherlock, Christopher Thomas and Jamie Fobert at the 2018 Frieze Art & Architecture Conference in London, held on October 2nd, 2018 at the Royal Institution in London.  The third edition of the Frieze Art & Architecture Conference looks at recent projects from architects around the world to consider how the form and function of cultural institutions are evolving and presents long-term works by artists who are reassessing how and where we live. For more information, and to buy tickets, please see Frieze Academy's website, here.

Kulapat Yantrasast to give opening talk at AIA Tennessee’s Conference on Architecture

July 11, 2018 Uncategorized

Kulapat will join Michel Rojkind (Rojkind Arquitectos), Kyle Lommen (Allied Works), and more at AIA Tennessee's 2018 Conference on Architecture. Read an interview with Kulapat on the conference's theme "In Scale" -- here!

Venice House featured in Jennifer Ash Rudick & Firooz Zahedi’s new book, ‘City of Angels: Houses and Gardens of Los Angeles’

July 5, 2018 Uncategorized

wHY's house in Venice is featured in the publication, to be released in October, featuring thirty houses and gardens designed by renowned architects, interior designers, and gardeners. Expertly guided by author Jennifer Ash Rudick and photographer Firooz Zahedi, reader can also visit Kelly Wearstler’s beach house in Malibu, Hutton Wilkinson’s exotic ranch in the Santa Monica Mountains, a midcentury modern Schindler house, a Pacific Palisades villa decorated by Oliver Furth, John Lautner’s vertigo-inducing modernist glass box in the Hollywood Hills, and Richard Shapiro’s overgrown gardens surrounding a magnificent Hispano-Moorish house in Holmby Hills. More information available from the publisher, Vendome Press, here.