Curated and designed by over,under, IN FORM presents a legacy of projects in Boston over the past fifty years envisioned to increase access to the city. The exhibition inaugurated the new BSA Space, a public gallery created by the Boston Society of Architects. Three themes—Legible City, New/Public and Futures—explore how design can shape our understanding of the urban realm, expand its cultural sphere and propose new possibilities for its development. Combining architecture and urban planning with the design of information, exhibitions and events, each of these built and unbuilt projects embodies a particular vision of what Boston is and what it could be. As part of the installation, the team created four short films, data graphics, models, furnishings, an iPad interface, and a broadsheet publication.
Project initiated while working at over,under.