Join Woodbury School of Architecture for a Wedge Gallery Exhibition by Melissa Shin and Amanda Shin of Shin Shin. Titled Four Corners, the exhibition explores resolution and hybridization for a series of transformed historic homes in Detroit, Michigan. Each home speculates on the 21st century family’s needs as Detroit progresses through a new era of revitalization and growth. The introduction of new programs into each project produces strange juxtapositions, singular conditions, comical postures, and chance encounters. These unconventional moments are studied through typical scales of architectural detail, examining varying degrees of exactitude and tectonic expression.
Shin Shin, founded in 2018 by sisters Melissa and Amanda Shin, is a full service architecture and design firm based in Los Angeles. They are currently completing residential projects in Los Angeles and their hometown of Detroit, Michigan.
Melissa is a registered architect and holds a Master of Architecture from Yale University and a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a Bachelor of Science in Visual Arts from MIT. Amanda holds a Master of Architecture from the University of California Los Angeles and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Michigan.”