Atelier Bow-Wow, architect for the inaugural BMW Guggenheim Lab, was established in Tokyo in 1992 by the husband-and-wife team of Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima. Best known for its surprising, idiosyncratic, yet highly usable residential projects in dense urban environments, the firm has developed its practice based on a profound and unprejudiced study of existing cultural, economic, and environmental conditions.
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BMW Guggenheim Lab Berlin to Open in May 2012
The BMW Guggenheim Lab will operate in Berlin from May 24 to July 29, 2012. Berlin is the second stop in the Lab's nine-city tour, which premiered in New York earlier this year.
BMW Guggenheim Lab to Launch in New York City
BMW Guggenheim Lab will launch in New York City from August 3 to October 16. Following the New York installation, the BMW Guggenheim Lab will travel to Berlin in spring/summer 2012, and to a city in Asia to be announced later this year.
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BMW Guggenheim Lab Mumbai
The BMW Guggenheim Lab will make the next stop on its global journey in Mumbai from December 9, 2012 to January 20, 2013.
BMW Guggenheim Lab Site Officially Returned to the City of New York, Transformed into Community Park
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Foundation have officially returned the East Village site that was the inaugural home of the BMW Guggenheim Lab to the City of New York.
BMW Guggenheim Lab
Richard Armstrong, Director of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and Museum, and Frank-Peter Arndt, Member of the Board of Management, BMW, announced a long-term collaboration that will span six years of program activities, engage people in major cities around the globe, and inspire the creation of…