The Eisner-American Museum of Advertising & Design is showing “Unseen Architecture: MKE,” an exhibit showcasing creative and inspirational architectural thinking.
Running through March of 2010, the exhibit highlights unbuilt projects from 18 Milwaukee-area architectural firms.
In architecture, the public sees only a small portion of what was conceived, so the Eisner and AIA Milwaukee have joined to explore the concept drawings and models, and to applaud the efforts of what could be.
The exhibit gives a better understanding of what it takes to conceive and produce buildings. For hours and admissions, visit http://www.eisnermuseum.org/.