1. Dreamland.

    Never Built: Los Angeles explores the landscape of unrealized projects designed for LA.

    A mixture of architecture, urban design, and infrastructure fantasies that never left the drawing board, this exhibition will include work from Frank Lloyd Wright, John Lautner, Rudolph Schindler, Frank Gehry, and many others.

    LA’s Architecture and Design Museum created a Kickstarter project to help fund the exhibition, which is finally within reach after two years of research.

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  2. Farming the museum.
Windowfarms are vertical indoor food gardens designed for city living. 
Originally hacked together from water bottles and plumbing supplies, creator Britta Riley launched two successive Kickstarter projects that eventually transformed her little idea into a thriving social enterprise and successful business. 
Now her new Windowfarms are installed in a giant array at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, part of a year-long exhibition called “Our Global Kitchen: Food, Culture, Nature.”

    Farming the museum.

    Windowfarms are vertical indoor food gardens designed for city living. 

    Originally hacked together from water bottles and plumbing supplies, creator Britta Riley launched two successive Kickstarter projects that eventually transformed her little idea into a thriving social enterprise and successful business. 

    Now her new Windowfarms are installed in a giant array at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, part of a year-long exhibition called “Our Global Kitchen: Food, Culture, Nature.”

    View on Kickstarter