June 1, 2010
World renown architects are exhibiting their most recent house designs in the Global Architecture Project 2010 Show at the GA Gallery in Tokyo, Japan. Included in the show are Tadao Ando, Randy Brown, Wiel Arets, Will Bruder, Sean Godsell, Zaha Hadid, Steven Holl, Wes Jones, Rick Joy, Mathias Klotz, Kengo Kuma. Omaha Architect, Randy Brown is showing his Optic Residence project and his Sod House project in the exhibit. The show will be open May through June. The show can be viewed online.
GA Houses: Project 2010 Show
May 23, 2010
World renown artist, Farshid Assassi is famous for creating dramatic photographs of buildings by the controversial architects like Morphosis, Roto Architects, Yazdani Studio and now he is changing his medium to motion pictures. RBA was fortunate enough to have Mr. Assassi make a short film about the DATA office space that houses US Data Company located in Los Angles, CA and Omaha, NE. “The film captures the three dimensional quality of Brown’s architecture with motion pictures that could never be explained with still photography,” said Assassi. View the film.
May 20, 2010
UCLA Alumni (1968 – 2009) from around the world celebrate 41 years of design excellence. Included in the show are Rebecca Binder, Randy Brown, Julie Eizenberg, Frederick Fisher, Hsin-Ming Fung, John Ruble, Patrick Tighe, Billie Tsien and many more. Photographer Farshid Assassi is showing the RBA DATA project in the exhibit. Opening reception is on 4.12.2010 from 7:30-9:30pm in the UCLA Perloff Hall Gallery. The show will be open April through May. The show can be viewed online at Flickr.
RBA part of the Past Present and Future show at UCLA Gallery
May 20, 2010
Randy Brown was selected as one of the 13 artists/architects to create steel benches for the public art project entitled Take a Seat. The piece is located on 14th street directly across from the library. Walkers and drivers have been doing double takes since it was installed. Is it art or is it a bench? Or is it a road construction project run amuck? That is exactly the questions Brown wanted to raise with this most recent site specific piece. “We wanted the piece to be urban, to be rough, to be handmade – not something that looks like it came from a store catalog. It is graffiti proof and vandal proof by its very design. It also is multifunction, with many places to sit, lean, chain a bike to or have a stretch as the joggers run by.” said Brown. The “rebar” sculpture is a permanent installation given to the City of Omaha. Read the full article from the Omaha World Herald.
“Rebar” sculpture insalled in Leahy Mall
February 15, 2010
Omaha architecture firm, Randy Brown Architects LLC, was honored with a 2010 National Residential Architect Design Award. The awards, sponsored by Residential Architect magazine, honor the best home design projects from across the country. The winning project was the eco friendly Elm residence located in Hidden Creek subdivision in Omaha, NE. The awards will be presented at the AIA National Convention in June in Miami. The project is also scheduled to be published in the June issue of Residential Architect.
RBA Wins National Residential Architect Award