We spend most of our lives in and around architecture, yet often take for granted our relationships with it. As our daily lives are increasingly dominated by the visual and virtual, we can forget how intertwined we are with the environment surrounding us. Architecture can contribute to that forgetting—through placeless objects, ubiquitous spaces, mass-produced materials, and climate-controlled interiors. Or, architecture can intervene and engage our senses, connecting us to place, evoking memory and opening us to new possibilities. This exhibition explores that potential through the work of San Francisco-based firm, Aidlin Darling Design. Joshua Aidlin and David Darling have built an award-winning practice around a pursuit of architecture that emerges from our embodied human condition and its intimate bond with the world. Visitors to the exhibition will experience the process that guides their work, a process that is simultaneously rational and sensual. By looking, listening, touching, testing, and imagining, one can gain an enhanced understanding of how architecture is shaped by full sensorial experiences, and how these experiences can foster profound meaning.