Stephen Burks: Shelter in Place

Industrial Designer Stephen Burks’ “Shelter in Place” exhibit at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art is artist expression in physical form. Like many of Burks' works, the pieces in this collection inspire innovation from handmade structures. 

Burks, a Chicago native, graduated from The Illinois Institute of Technology.  While there he studied in the school’s Crown Hall designed by his biggest inspiration, American-German Architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Burks went on to study architecture at Colombia University Graduate School before opening his own studio in New York in 1997.

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