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On Their Mark

Slideshow by Matt Chaban

Nine San Diego architects and designers are redefining housing, development, and urban design in their own city and beyond. The La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art has taken notice, giving over most of the museum to installations that encapsulate the concerns and craft of a generation that is dedicated to making a difference. Read Sam Lubell's article on the show here. All photos by Pablo Mason/Courtesy MCASD.

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Sebastian Mariscal Studio

Mariscal created a tunnel from plywood that serves as the entry point to the exhibition.

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Studio Mariscal Studio

The tunnel, seen from inside the exhibition.

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Studio Mariscal Studio

Mariscal's installation is meant to evoke the "vestiges" of his firm's work.

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Lloyd Russell

To showcase numerous models, Russell built what he calls the Abacus.

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Lloyd Russell

Materiality and craft are a major component of both his work and his installation.

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Lloyd Russell

Russell's models are presented both on rough pedestals and hanging from the ceiling.

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Rinehart Herbst

Reinhart Herbst created "Fence" out of pictures of their work, with a model placed gamely between.

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A detail of "Fence."

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Rinehart Herbst

And another.

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Public

Public decided to showcase models in custom made toolboxes.

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Public

The firm also hung its work from the wall.

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Public

Public has worked on a variety of scales in and around San Diego.

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Jonathan Segal

Part of the installation was made to recall a more recent project, the Q.

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Jonathan Segal

In addition to models, Segal presents detailed business plans, with his installation thus presenting both the art and commerce of architecture.

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LUCE et Studio Architects

Jennifer Luce--the only female in the exhibition--built a custom 80-foot work table to display her work.

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LUCE et Studio Architects

The table contains various accoutrement of Luce's work, including sketch pads, models, and the instruments used to make them.

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Tedy Cruz

Cruz has spent years documenting and planning for odd, idealistic urban issues, such as housing residents of the rural Nicaraguan village of La Prusia.

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Teddy Cruz

The juxtaposition between La Prusia and Cruz's detailed studies of McMasions, the breadth of the architect's work is inspiring.

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Teddy Cruz

The McMansions, with their natural environment in the background.

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