June 21, 2011, 1:38 pm

The Jellyfish House, a beautiful and unique sample of the expressive post-millennium architectural research and experimentation, is now part of the SFMOMA permanent collection.

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The Jellyfish House at SFMOMA.

The Jellyfish House by IwamotoScott Architecture with proces2 is now part of the SFMOMA Architecture & Design Permanent Collection and will be on display at SFMOMA through Nov 6, 2011 as part of the exhibition “The More Things Change”.
IwamotoScott designed Jellyfish House in 2005-06 for the exhibition, “Open House: Architecture & Technology for Intelligent Living” curated by the Vitra Design Museum and Art Center College of Design.

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3D printed model of Jellyfish House – reproduced in 2011 for the SFMOMA Architecture and Design Permanent Collection.
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Jellyfish House, original drawings, renderings & diagrams.
The Jellyfish House by IwamotoScott Architecture with proces2
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ARCHITECT: IwamotoScott Architecture (San Francisco, CA) with proces2. IwamotoScott: principals: Lisa Iwamoto and Craig Scott; project team: Andrew Clemenza, Vivian Hsu, Ivan Valin, Leo Henke, Chris Gee, Evan Pruitt, Joseph Becker, Chad Carpenter, Beau Trincia, Tim Bragan, Eri Sano. proces2: Sean Ahlquist; project assistant: Jason Chang. Structural consulting: Martin Bechtoldt. No part of this web site may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior permission of Morfae and the copyright owner.
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