Michael Webb

b. 1937, Henley-on-Thames



Major Projects: 

2000....2009 Study of Perspective Projection. 

1977....1995 Temple Island: A Study. 

1986....2000 Drive-In House. 

1966....Cushicle/Suitaloon. 

1964....Rent-a-Wall. 

1962....Sin Palace. 

1958....Furniture Headquarters Building. 


Exhibitions

Exhibitions/Solo: 

2009....University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada. 

2008....Cooper Union School of Architecture, New York. 

2005....Cornell University, Ithaca NY. Hartell Gallery, Sibley Dome. 

2004....Columbia GSAPP, New York. Ross Architecture Gallery, Buell Hall. 

2003....Millerton, New York. 

2001....University at Buffalo(SUNY Buffalo). Buffalo NY. 

1996....Architecture League, New York. 

1994....Bartlett School of Architecture, London, England. 

1989....Storefront Gallery, New York. 

1987....Architectural Association School of Architecture, London, England. 

1976....Art Net Gallery, London, England. 


Exhibitions/Group: 

Traveling Archigram Group Exhibition (with Cook, Crompton, Chalk, Greene and Herron): 

2007....Cracow, Poland. 

2005....Design Museum, London, England. 

2002....Mito, Japan. 

2001....MOMA, San Francisco. 

1999....Taipei, Taiwan. 

1998....Threadwaxing Space, New York. 

1997....Seoul, Korea. 

1996....Zurich. Switzerland. 

1994....Pompidou Center, Paris, France. 

1993....Kunsthalle, Vienna.1976....Art Net Gallery, London, England. 


Exhibitions (without other members of Archigram participating); 

2009....ʻFirst Projectsʼ exhibition*. AA School of Architecture, London, England. 

1998....ʻThe inflatable Momentʼ exhibition. Architecture League, New York. 

1979....Cushicle project in ʻVisionary Drawings of Architecture and Planningʼ, Drawing Center, New York. 

1972....Brown University, Rhode Island. (with Raimund Abraham and Friedrich St. Florian). 

1961....ʻVisionary Architectureʼ exhibition**. Museum of Modern Art, New York.


Awards: 

2006....Gold Medal of the Royal Institute of British Architects (with other members of Archigram) 

1992....Grant from the New York Foundation for the Arts. 

1992....Grant from the New York State Council on the Arts. 


Books

Self written books: 

1987....ʻTemple Island: a Studyʼ. Book of the eponymous 1987 AA exhibition. 


Work published in books by other authors: 

2009....ʻFirst Works: Emerging Architectural Experimentation of the 1960s and 1970s. Sin Palace pages 42-53. 

2009....ʻStorefront Newsprints 1982-2009. page 235. 

2008....ʻDrawingʼ by Peter Cook. pages 031, 032, 141, 162. Wiley. ISBN 978-0-470-03480-4 (hb) 

2006....Temple Island in ʻImmaterial Architectureʼ by Jonathan Hill. pages 145-149. pub. by Routledge. 

2005....ʼArchigram: Architecture without Architectureʼ by Simon Sadler. pages 22, 26, 89,119, 130, 131. 

1991....Drive-in House (also cover image) in article by Beatriz Colomina in ʻDiscourseʼ . 

1988....ʼSites and Stationsʼ: Provisional Utopias. pages 140-144. ISBN-1-882791-03-7 

1975....Sin Palace published in ʻModern Architecture: a Critical Historyʼ, by Kenneth Frampton. 


Work published in magazines by other authors: 

1981?...Architectural Review. ʻTechnology Transferʼ by Martin Pawley. Cushicle project. p 35. 


Teaching

Teaching Experience: 

2007-2010....Cooper Union, New York. 

1999-2001....Princeton University. 

2004-2007....Columbia University. 

1987-2006....Barnard/Columbia Architecture program. 

1975-1985....New Jersey Institute of Technology. Newark NJ.

1971-1976....Rhode Island School of Design. Providence RI. 

1965-1971....Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia. 


Lectures Given: 

2008....University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada. 

2008....Plug-in Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada. 

2005....El Decano del Colegio de Arquitectos de Cadiz, Spain.  title: “Projection Primer” 

2003....Cornell University. Ithaca NY. 

2001....University at Buffalo. Buffalo NY. 

1996....MIT, Cambridge MA. 

1971....MIT, Cambridge MA. 

1970....University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. 



* First Works: Emerging Architectural Experimentation of the 1960s and 1970sʼ, edited by Brett Steele and 

Francisco Gonzales de Canales. 


** First showing of Furniture Headquarters Building (4th. year project at Regent Street Polytechnic).