End of the Century  
 
Kent Larson and Takehiko Nagakura Co-principle Investigators  

Kent Larson was consultant to The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles for the preparation of an international exhibition entitled “At the End of the Century: One Hundred Years of Architecture.”  As the largest architectural exhibition ever assembled, over 1,000 models, drawings, and computer graphic images were presented.  The exhibition opened in Tokyo on July 10, 1998, and traveled to Brazil, Mexico, Germany, and closed at the Guggenheim Museum, New York City in January of 2001.  

Kent Larson and Takehiko Nagakura co-led a group of researchers and graduate students at MIT to prepare digital exhibits of great works of unbuilt architecture for  the exhibition, including projects by Tatlin, Le Corbusier, Aalto, Michael Webb of Archigram, and Terragni.   

Radiosity-based Rendering  
 
 
 Radiosity-based Rendering  
  

Radiosity-based Rendering  
  

Radiosity-based Rendering  
  

Radiosity-based Rendering  
  

Radiosity-based Rendering  
 
 
 Radiosity-based Rendering