Young Architects Program 2005

SUR by Xefirotarch

Jun 26–Aug 30, 2005

MoMA PS1

Xefirotarch. Sur. 2005. Young Architects Program 2005, MoMA PS1, New York, winner

The Young Architects Program (YAP), is an annual competition hosted by The Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1 that fosters innovative architecture. The winning design by Xefirotarch (Los Angeles) is on view at MoMA PS1 during the summer 2005. This year’s finalists are Aranda/Lasch (New York), Forsythe + MacAllen Design (Vancouver), Graftworks (New York), and WW (Boston).

  • This exhibition is part of Young Architects Program (YAP).
  • This installation of the 2005 Young Architects Program finalists is funded by Elise Jaffe+Jeffrey Brown.

    The Young Architects Program 2005 is made possible by the Bertha and Isaac Liberman Foundation, Jeffrey and Michèle Klein, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

    Additional support is provided by Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro, Foundation for the Advancement of Architectural Thought, Donald J. Trump, The Contemporary Arts Council and the A+D Circle of The Museum of Modern Art, and other individual donors.

    Special thanks to No. Ten by Tanqueray and Dwell magazine.

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