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June 7 - Oct. 29, 2017

The Wright's Larkin exhibition foregrounds the remarkable synergy between The Larkin Company and Frank Lloyd Wright, the period’s two most disruptive forces in their respective fields. Please join us for the opening reception on June 7 in UB's Hayes Hall; the exhibition runs through Oct. 29, 2017.


In context of today's political environment, we present architects, designers, urban planners, and researchers at work across boundaries – national borders, cultural lines, or disciplinary demarcations.


Oct. 4, 2017

Nader Tehrani's research targets material culture as the basis for speculation— exploring material properties, negotiating materials and their geometric predispositions and challenging the means and methods of building processes.


Oct. 20-22, 2017

This international conference will zero in on how and why the Buffalo region became the national capital for design, production and innovation in American Arts and Crafts. 


Oct. 25, 2017

Mason White is a founding Partner at Lateral Office, a Toronto-based platform for new spatial environments engaging architecture, nature, urbanism and infrastructure. 

Past Events


Sept. 21, 2017

View the "Wright's Larkin" exhibit, on view in Hayes Hall, and tour UB's award-winning GRoW Home being reconstructed on the South Campus.



Sept. 20, 2017

Join Oana Stanescu, co-founder of architecture and design office Family, as she discusses her firm's design vision and work, including the public swimming pool, + POOL.


Sept. 18, 2017

Join local professionals and receive career advice that could lead to an intenship or job. Pizza provided.


Sept. 13, 2017

Join Rima Yamazaki (山﨑梨真), an independent documentry filmmaker, for a screening of her film Nakagin Capsule Tower: Japanese Metabolist Landmark on the Edge of Destruction (2010). 


Presented by the Martin House, the FLW150 lecture series celebrates the legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright: Mabel O. Wilson (Columbia University), Sept. 8; and Jennifer Gray (MoMA) and Therese O'Malley (National Gallery of Art), Oct. 6.