SAAHP Exhibition - Candela's Shells
"Candela's Shells" is a traveling exhibition celebrating the concrete shells built by Spanish-Mexican architect Félix Candela in the 1950s and 1960s. Curated by architecture professor Juan Ignacio del Cueto from the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México (UNAM), the exhibition is part of an effort to preserve and promote Candela's legacy.
Models and virtual animations were produced at the School of Architecture at UNAM and drawings and photographs are from the architecture archives of Columbia, Princeton and UNAM universities.
Opening reception on April 4th, immediately following del Cueto's lecture.