SILO A R+D SILO AR+D / UNCC Architecture: Interactive Installation

SILO AR+D / UNC Charlotte School of Architecture: Interactive Art

SILO AR+D is the architecture, research, and design practice of Frank Jacobus and Marc Manack. SILO currently operates out of Ohio, Arkansas, and North Carolina, and is at work on residential and institutional projects across the United States. Their work has been featured by the Wall Street Journal, Architect, the Architect’s Newspaper, Azure, Slate, and Fast Company among many others.

Their architecture has been recognized nationally and internationally with design awards, including those from the AIA. In 2016, SILO was selected as an Emerging Voice by the Architectural League of New York, a prestigious competition that recognizes significant bodies of realized work and considers accomplishments within the design and academic communities.

Marc Manack, AIA is Principal of SILO AR+D and the Assistant Professor of Building Design at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Marc has taught previously at the Fay Jones School of Architecture at the University of Arkansas, Kent State University College of Architecture and Environmental Design, and at Ohio State University’s Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture where he graduated.

BOOM Installation: Effervesce

Take part in an interactive memorial for the victims of the 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting. The design celebrates the memory of lives lost and creates new connections between those who engage with the installation. Rather than a monument, this memorial is an encounter and an event — a place of interaction and contemplation.

Effervesce was designed and built by a collaborative team of SILO AR+D and UNC Charlotte School of Architecture: Marc Manack AIA, Alex Cabral, McKenzie Canaday, Jonathan Warner, Claire Shue, Robby Sachs, Cameron Day, Drake Cecil, Whitni Irving.

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Showing at: Intersection Stage
Show Time:
Installation in process all weekend (April 20 – 22)
Admission is FREE