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One of Several Recent Exhibits at SA+P’s Keller Gallery
'Blossom' by Elena Manferdini/Atelier Manferdini
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'Blossom' by Elena Manferdini/Atelier Manferdini
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Photo: Irina Chernyakova

Objects by Architects, a recent exhibit at the School of Architecture + Planning's Keller Gallery offered a sampling of the range of small-scale objects that architects are now producing with the benefit of rapid prototyping technologies that allow them to produce objects on demand rather than in bulk.

Opened last fall as a new space for special exhibits, the Keller Gallery shows the work of students, faculty, friends of the architecture department and the discipline at large in a rapid-fire exhibition format designed to spark debate and conversation. In addition to Objects by Architects, 10 other exhibits have been mounted since the gallery's opening.

The current exhibit, Sustainable and Equitable Neighborhood Revitalization, will run through Feb. 14.

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