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“Exhibit Columbus” Reinvents City’s Design Legacy

  • Exhibit Columbus Wiikiaami

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    "Exhibit Columbus" Wiikiaami - studio:indigenous, inspired by the dwellings of the Myaamia people native to Indiana

  • Exhibit Columbus Conversation Plinth

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    "Exhibit Columbus" Conversation Plinth - IKD, part of a two year exploration into the potential of Indiana hardwood Cross-Laminated Timber

  • Exhibit Columbus The Exchange

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    "Exhibit Columbus" The Exchange - Oyler Wu Collaborative, reinvented space within the Irwin Conference Center's history as a drive-up bank

  • Exhibit Columbus Cloud Bank

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    "Exhibit Columbus" Cloud Bank - University of Michigan, the legacy of design with industry and agriculture

  • Exhibit Columbus Inscribed

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    "Exhibit Columbus" Inscribed - The Ohio State University, series of 3D printed panels

  • Exhibit Columbus Another Circle

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    "Exhibit Columbus" Another Circle - ArandaLasch, 3.5-acre stone circle composed of 1,100 salvaged Indiana limestone

The City of Columbus is celebrating its architecture and design with 18 recent art installations positioned in a way that connects to the city’s design legacy.

If you’ve toured the city before, “Exhibit Columbus” is new way to experience it all over again.

You can walk in or on most of the exhibits, which leads to a different level of interaction with the art.

Exhibit Columbus worked with five international design galleries to create the Washington Street installations. Six Midwestern universities are showcased and there’s even an installation designed and built by high school students.

You have until November 26 to check it all out.

Here’s a sneak preview with Landmark Columbus Director Richard McCoy:

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