IBAÑEZ KIM is a genre-defiant design practice that works with sensate materials, atmospheres, sound, and new media to generate architecture, objects, and cities. The founding principals Mariana Ibañez and Simon Kim produce designs of high and low systems, culture, and duration. Their teaching positions at MIT and the University of Pennsylvania allow them to test and experiment with concepts and materials that produce innovation and value in their professional office.
Ibañez Kim has produced designs for institutions such as the MoMA, the Institute of Contemporary Art, the Smithsonian, Opera Philadelphia, and have been supported by grants from the National Science Foundation, the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage, and Canada Council for the Arts.
IBAÑEZ KIM will present their projects that tether architecture, urbanism, and objects with touch, interaction, and sound. Learn more about IBAÑEZ KIM: www.IbanezKim.com