22 October 2019
Lydia Xynogala gives a lecture at HSRM Hochschule RheinMain
Take the Waters! Workshop teaching, Wiesbaden
Lydia Xynogala teaches the workshop Take the Waters! at HSRM Hochschule RheinMain, invited by Professor Holger Kleine. October 21st - 25th.
Group Exhibition, LMAK Gallery, New York
Return of La Belle Jardiniere is in The Green Life, March 27 - May 24, 2019. Press release here. Artist Talk on May 11.
Talk at Nanjing University School of Architecture
Lydia Xynogala presents her book and research, The Dark Ecology of Magnitogorsk
Book Publication Rizzoli
House in Achladies is included in the book Houses by the Shore: At Home with the Water, Lake, Sea. By Byron Hawes and Oscar Riera Ojeda, published by Rizzoli New York.
Wallpaper* Magazine Publication
Ennismore Gardens House is featured at Wallpaper* Magazine
UCLA Rumble Guest Juror
Lydia Xynogala is invited juror for two days of UCLA Architecture and Urban Design end of the year all-school review and exposition. Thank you Andrew Kovacs!
Article in A Public Space Magazine
Lydia’s writing, “Aggregates, Amalgams, Allotropes (How can Matter tell a Story?)” was included in A Public Space Magazine Issue No.26, themed Public Space.
Exhibition: Souvenirs, at Storefront for Art and Architecture
Commisioned to create a souvenir for Storefront’s model show, Souvenirs: New New York Icons. Lydia also gave a presentation of the work titled Exploded Fortress of Solitude at New Iconicities, as part of It’s Happening! Celebrating 50 Years of Public Art in NYC Parks.
Recent Press: House in Achladies
Wallpaper* Magazine, Domus, Archdaily, Dezeen, Architecture Digest, Casa Viva, Yellowtrace, Lifo, Interview, Label Magazine, Elle Decor, This Paper, Divisare, Arquitectura Viva, Archisearch, Domes
Teaching at Columbia University
Lydia Xynogala is Adjunct Assistant Professor at Columbia University’s School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.
Award from the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA)
Lydia Xynogala receives a Fellowship in Architecture, Design and Environmental Sculptures from the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA). More information at the NYFA website.
The Dark Ecology of Magnitogorsk Pamphlet by Princeton University SOA
The Dark Ecology of Magnitogorsk is published by Princeton University School of Architecture, CAUI books. Series Editor, Mario Gandelsonas.
The Dark Ecology of Magnitogorsk is featured in Kerb Journal of Landscape Architecture, Issue 20, Speculative Stories: Narratives in Landscape Architecture, published by RMIT University.