Attention: You are using an outdated browser, device or you do not have the latest version of JavaScript downloaded and so this website may not work as expected. Please download the latest software or switch device to avoid further issues.

News > Wed Oct 11th > Generally Electric – Oct. 11

Generally Electric – Oct. 11

Lubbux light by Benjamin Gillepsie/OVUUD
Lubbux light by Benjamin Gillepsie/OVUUD

Date: Wednesday, October 11th, 4:30-7:30pm

Location: KieranTimberlake, 841 N American Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123

In celebration of DesignPhiladelphia, KieranTimberlake is pleased to present Generally Electric, a group exhibition featuring an eclectic and electric collection of work by Philadelphia-based artists, designers, and makers. On view is a selection of distinctive furniture and home accessories by Carl Durkow, AI-driven fiber work by Tim Eads of Tuft the World, and bespoke, Scandinavian-inspired lighting by Benjamin Gillepsie of OVUUD.  

Founded in 1984, KieranTimberlake is a full-service architecture firm located in Northern Liberties, Philadelphia. Our projects include the programming, planning, and design of new structures, as well as the conservation, renovation, and transformation of existing buildings, with special expertise in education, government, arts and culture, civic, and residential projects. 

The Bottling Plant program in the lobby of KieranTimberlake's working studio is meant to foster engagement with the community of artists, designers, and future-thinkers that align with our mission to create meaningful, innovative, environmentally ethical architecture. 

We aim to create a forum that allows for a structured but inclusive dialogue that promotes knowledge-sharing of methodologies, technologies, ideologies, and psychologies to foster opportunities for collaboration and emphasize existing affinities. We invite participants to engage with broader ideas that range from supply chain equity and environmental justice to embodied history and preservation of memory and materials. 
The goal is not to propose solutions but create space for conversation.

Presented by:




Most read

Have your say

This website is powered by