1. – Craig Hodgetts says the exhibition “The Duck and the Document” is “provocative and thoughtful” in a review for The Architect’s Newspaper.
  2. – The exhibition “The Duck and the Document: True Stories of Postmodern Procedures” curated by Sylvia Lavin and with exhibition design by Besler & Sons opens at SCI-Arc.
  3. – Ian presents work as part of a graduate seminar lecture series at the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at the University of Southern California.
  4. – Besler & Sons “Props” home accessories are featured as part of a product launch event at Consort in Los Angeles.
  5. – Erin and Ian are interviewed about “Props” home accessories in a feature for Consort.
  6. – Besler & Sons “Props” home accessories are featured in The New York Times Style Magazine.
  7. – Besler & Sons “Props” home accessories are featured in The Culture Trip.
  8. – Toronto’s Globe and Mail says that Besler & Sons and other Los Angeles design studios have “succumbed to terrazzo’s charms.”
  9. – “Props” terrazzo home accessories are featured in The LA Art Book Fair at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA as part of the collection “In Support of Books”, curated by Norma Studio.
  10. – Besler & Sons “Props” home accessories are featured in Design Milk.
  11. – Erin and Ian are interviewed about “Props” home accessories in a feature about terrazzo for the style section of The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
  12. - Erin and Ian lead a summer intensive section titled “Various Staircases” at the School of Architecture at University of Technology, Sydney.
  13. – The retail collection of Besler & Sons “Props” terrazzo home accessories is featured in Dezeen’s Christmas Gift Guide 2016.
  14. – The retail collection of Besler & Sons “Props” terrazzo home accessories are available at the Hammer Store at the Hammer Museum in Westwood.
  15. The MOCA Store in Los Angeles hosts a product launch party for the retail collection of Besler & Sons “Props” terrazzo home accessories.
  16. – The retail collection of Besler & Sons “Props” terrazzo home accessories are available at the MOCA Store at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood.
  17. – The retail collection of Besler & Sons “Props” terrazzo home accessories is featured on Dezeen.
  18. – Erin presents work as part of the Fall lecture series at the Department of Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona.
  19. – The retail collection of Besler & Sons “Props” terrazzo home accessories is featured in Architect Magazine.
  20. – The retail collection of Besler & Sons “Props” terrazzo home accessories are available at the CAFAM Shop in Los Angeles.
  21. – The retail collection of Besler & Sons “Props” terrazzo home accessories are available at the MOCA Store in Los Angeles.
  22. – The retail collection of Besler & Sons “Props” terrazzo home accessories is featured on Sight Unseen.
  23. - The installation “Practice Mat” opens in Los Angeles at the Craft and Folk Art Museum as part of the Materials & Applications group exhibition TURF.
  24. - The retail collection of Besler & Sons “Props” terrazzo home accessories is launched.
  25. - The text “Like So” is published in the Yale School of Architecture journal Perspecta.
  26. - The text “On Background” is published in the SCI-Arc journal Offramp.
  27. – The installation “Practice Mat” opens in Los Angeles as part of the Materials & Applications group exhibition Turf.
  28. - Erin and Ian participate in a panel discussion at the A+D Museum in Los Angeles as part of the group exhibition COME IN! DTLA.
  29. - The work “Table of Contents” is published in the UCLA journal Pool.
  30. – Erin presents work at the Helms Design Center in Culver City as part of the CalPoly Metro Program lecture series.
  31. – The installation “3D Warehouse” opens at the A+D Museum in Los Angeles as part of the group exhibition Come In! DTLA.
  32. - Erin and Ian participate in a panel discussion at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood as part of WestWeek 2016.
  33. - Erin presents work as part of the symposium Fieldwork at University of Technology, Sydney.
  34. - Erin and Ian are interviewed as part of the Next Progressives series in Architect Magazine.
  35. – The installation “The Entire Situation + StudFindr” opens at the UTS Gallery in Sydney as part of the group exhibition Fieldwork.
  36. – The text “Along the Frontier of Resolution” is published in the journal Log.
  37. – The text “Alright, Click on Your Guy” is published in the journal Arredamento Mimarlık.
  38. – Erin presents work as part of a seminar lecture series at the School of Architecture at the University of Southern California.
  39. – The text “Synthetic Turf: A Taxonomy of Patent Drawings” is published in the Winter newsletter of the L.A. Forum for Architecture and Urban Design.
  40. – Erin is interviewed about the installation “The Entire Situation + StudFindr” at the Chicago Architecture Biennial in Design Indaba.
  41. – The pavillion “Now, There: Scenes from the Post-Geographic City” at the Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture (UABB), which includes the installation “Google Los Angeles Resolution Frontier,” receives the Bronze Dragon Award.
  42. – The installation “Google Los Angeles Resolution Frontier” opens in Shenzhen as part of the pavillion “Now, There: Scenes from the Post-Geographic City” curated by Tim Durfee and Mimi Zeiger at the Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture (UABB).
  43. – The installation “The Entire Situation + StudFindr” is called “THE must-see” by Archinect.
  44. – The installation “The Entire Situation + StudFindr” is called a “Must-See” by ArchDaily.
  45. – The installation “The Entire Situation + StudFindr” opens at the Chicago Cultural Center as part of the Chicago Architecture Biennial.
  46. - Mimi Zeiger interviews Erin and Ian, along with other Los Angeles studios, in a preview for the Chicago Architecture Biennial in The Architect’s Newspaper.
  47. – The installation “Along the Frontiers of Resolution” opens in Vancouver as part of the International Symposium of Electronic Art (ISEA).
  48. – Erin presents work as part of The Architectural League Prize group exhibition lecture series.
  49. – The installation “Amerimax Model Showroom” opens at Parsons The New School for Design in New York City as part of the The Architectural League Prize group exhibition.
  50. – Erin leads the workshop “Architecture Itself” at the Syracuse University School of Architecture.
  51. – The installation “Low Fidelity” opens at the MAK Center Schindler House in Los Angeles as part of the group exhibition The New Creativity: Man and Machines, curated by Sylvia Lavin.
  52. – The text “A Taxonomy of Synthetic Turf Patent Drawings” is published in the UCLA journal Pool.
  53. – The installation “Amerimax Motel Showroom” opens at the Holiday Lodge Motel in Los Angeles as part of the group exhibition One Night Stand.
  54. – Erin is awarded the 2015 Architectural League Prize by The Architectural League of New York.
  55. – The text “Along the Frontier of Resolutions” is published in the Princeton journal Pidgin.
  56. – The installation “Low Fidelity” opens at the Art Institute of Chicago as part of the group exhibition Chatter: Architecture Talks Back, curated by Karen Kice.
  57. – The text “June Gloom Gray” is published on Re-Form.
  58. – Erin presents work and participates in a panel discussion as part of the CalArts West Hollywood Aesthetics and Politics (WHAP!) lecture series.
  59. – The exhibition “The Entire Situation” is featured in the journal Project.
  60. - Erin is selected as a finalist for the Museum of Modern Art PS1 Young Architects Program.
  61. - The Los Angeles Times calls the exhibition “The Entire Situation” a “budget do-it-yourself Richard Serra” in a review by critic Sharon Mizota.
  62. - Erin and Ian present work and participate in a panel discussion at the Neutra VDL House as part of the L.A. Forum series Out There Doing It.
  63. – The exhibition “The Entire Situation” opens at the Mackey Garage Top Gallery in Los Angeles.
  64. – Ian presents work as part of a lecture series at the Wind Tunnel Graduate Center for Critical Practice in Pasadena, California.
  65. – The text “Super Models or: Some (Scale) Models That I’d Like to Know” is awarded the Core77 Design Award for Writing & Commentary.
  66. – Erin presents work as part of the A.UD Lecture Series at UCLA.
  67. – The installation “Google Los Angeles Resolution Frontier” opens in Los Angeles as part of the International Space Development Conference (ISDC).
  68. – The installation “My Own Private Google Earth” opens as part of the Media Design Practices group thesis exhibition at ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, California.
  69. – The text “Some Scale Models We’d Like to Know” is published in the journal San Rocco.
  70. – The installation “After Chebyshev” opens at the Jai & Jai Gallery in Los Angeles as part of the group exhibition Chess.
  71. – The exhibition “Low Fidelity” opens at the Design Matters gallery in Los Angeles.
  72. – Erin presents work as part of the Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA) conference in San Francisco.
  73. – The installation “Low Fidelity” opens in Los Angeles as part of the group thesis exhibition at SCI-Arc.