Project Direction

Fun House - 2018 Summer Block Party Installation

National Building Museum 

Goal | Build a temporary, monumental installation that interprets familiar domestic spaces to illustrate the artistry of architecture.


Fun House was a football-field-sized installation, designed by Snarkitecture, that examines the prolific activities of the studio by re-imagining the home. Divided into three sections -- the lawn, house, and backyard -- Fun House included a sequence of interactive environments and objects, including a kidney-shaped pool filled with hundreds of thousands of recyclable plastic balls, reminiscent of The BEACH, NBM's blockbuster installation from 2015. 


I provided project management focused on construction, procurement, budgeting, and scheduling for museum staff and contractors, and design consultants and contractors.   


Learn more on the National Building Museum's exhibition website.


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