Matthew Rosenberg
EXPO Yo' Self! M-Rad Rides: Expo Metro Station Celebration! Friday, May 16th, 2016
May 20, 2016 marks the opening of the #ExpoLine expansion, linking #DTLA to #SantaMonica for the first time in 60 years.

Please join #MRadArchitecture for an evening of big ideas and great offerings from LA's most interesting and exciting businesses. The evening will consist of a provocative panel discussing smart cities and urban innovation followed by a group ride from #CulverCity to #SantaMonica for a block party with drinks hosted by #WeWorkLA on the Promenade. M-Rad's self-guided neighborhood tours of our favorite stops along the Expo Line will be available for our attendees.

We’ve teamed up with other creatives and entrepreneurs along the Expo Line, like our neighbors at #Platform, to showcase the unique character of our growing community, many of which are offering special promotions for the occasion.

The Evening's Agenda

6:00pm - meet us at our studio, across the street from Jefferson/La Cienega Expo Line station. Pick up your "Self-Guided Expo Line Tour" packet curated by M-Rad studio.

6:30pm - Panel Discussion followed by Q+A. (Panelists info coming soon!)

7:45pm - We ride! Rides are free Friday, 12 pm through Saturday, Expo Line only.

In collaboration with #WeWorkLA, there will be a Block Party at their 3rd Street Promenade location, offering studio tours, beer on tap and good company! 312 Arizona Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401

Please RSVP through our Facebook event.

Drivers not welcome!

#gometro #mradarchitecture #mridesmetro
Matthew Rosenberg
Infinity and Beyond Augmented Reality and the Designed Environment Friday, April 22, 2016, 6-8PM
Come and join M-Rad for an exciting happy hour including an open panel discussion with designers and technologists targeting the present and future of architecture and virtual reality. Presentations and interactive demos to follow.

Please RSVP so we can accommodate refreshments.

Friday, April 22nd, 6-8pm

Location 5707 W Jefferson Blvd.

Free parking available at the Metro Bus Station Parking Garage on the South East corner of La Cienega and Jefferson. We are across the street from the La Cienega stop on the Metro Expo Line.

Final list of panel members will be published 04/15.
Matthew Rosenberg
Enhance Your World I AR Show and Tell Me the Future December 10th / 7-10PM
Enhance Your World I - is the first in a series of open demos, critiques, and discussions on the future of Augmented Reality systems. We examine how they will transform our day to day lives. How might this technology enhance our productivity, creative processes, and enrich our communities? How can we empower ourselves to make an impact within this emerging market?

No experience or knowledge of AR is necessary! Come to learn, network, and share.

Time // We will start the event at 7pm.

Location // M-RAD ARCHITECTURE // (Corner of Jefferson and La Cienega) 5707 w Jefferson Culver city 90016

Parking // Easiest parking is at Metro parking garage caddy corner the Black M-Rad building corner of Jefferson and La Cienega.
Matthew Rosenberg
M-Rad Salon Series Gallery Opening featuring Leah Rosenberg + Jeff Morrical July 18th / 6-8pm
LOCATION // 5707 W. Jefferson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90016

We are the big black building at the NW corner of La Cienega Blvd and Jefferson. Parking can be found kitty-corner to our building at the free LA Metro parking garage or street side.

DATE // Saturday, July 18th 6-8pm

ARTISTS // Leah Rosenberg is a Canadian transplant who has lived and worked out of San Francisco for the past decade. Spanning painting, sculpture, installation and pastry, Rosenberg’s work explores how color, form, flavor and arrangements affect human emotion. Using a process of accrual and layers, Rosenberg’s works personify how our experiences and memories accumulate, creating a piece with a vivid variety of color and texture.

Jeff Morrical is based out of Culver City. His love for Los Angeles’ culture of design and making has propelled him into a unique world of making and more precisely, folding. Morrical has a tenacious interest in the way in which things are put together. This exploration of assembly and structure informs his artwork as he continues to discover just how far you can push a sheet of paper.
Matthew Rosenberg
M-Rad to open Culver City Studio! 3351 S. La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90016
Are you interested in joining our collaborative studio with a variety of creative artists all under one vibrant 22 foot ceilings? We are accepting applications to lease out a desk or your own space up to 1800 sqft. E-mail HELLO@M-RAD.COM to get on the list!
Matthew Rosenberg
Beakerhead Festival benchXpress Exhibit September 2014 / Calgary / AB / Canada
benchXpress begins its north american tour at Beakerhead

On the surface, Beakerhead looks like a week of spectacular fun every September. But it’s more than a schedule of mesmerizing events: it’s a time and place where engineers show their creative sides, and artists get technical, where science hits the street, and everyone gets ingenious. Leading with hands-on entertainment, Beakerhead advances the understanding of science and engineering as part of everyday life – through art and culture. It creates a world of collision and collaboration. Yes, indeed, sparks do fly when “things technical” meet “things creative”.
See more at Beakerhead

Matthew Rosenberg
A&D MUSEUM EXHIBIT for S,M,L,XLa benchXpress Los Angeles, USA / June - September 2014
An Exhibition of Spatial Interventions Reflecting on the Inquiry of Scale  

Historically, Los Angeles as a city has been a site of inspiration and exploration for architects and designers alike. The city has been developed around and defined by a variety of large-scale urban planning projects as well as medium and smaller sized residential and public work including housing, product design projects. The city has nurtured experimental pursuits and critical inquiry and today it continues to expand in the contemporaneous city.

Projects are currently being developed at various scales all over L.A. from minuscule to monumental and everything in-between. Small, Medium, Large, Extra-large Los Angeles takes Rem Koolhaas and Bruce Maus seminal text as a departure point and more importantly as an organizing principle to examine the production and discourse of architecture and design within today's city of L.A. Bringing coherence to the body of work of an emergent group of Los Angeles-based designers that span across disciplines from architecture and graphics to digital media and sound art, to jewelry, landscape, lighting, product, and textile design; the show highlights the ways in which young practitioners are currently thinking and making in Los Angeles in addition to the impact on the present-day city and its future.
See more at AplusD LA


Matthew Rosenberg
Building a Resilient Future - AIBC Annual Conference 2016 Rosenberg to speak on climate data and sustainable technologies as drivers for building design. May 2016
This session looks at the fundamental process of design and how we can begin to inject climate data at the earliest stages of the architectural process. We look at current and developing renewable technologies and discuss how cross-disciplinary actions with the companies creating these products can foster a more productive architecture community. We offer strategies to embed communities with renewable strategies so it becomes more than an afterthought.
Event Details
Matthew Rosenberg
Dwell on Design NY 2015 Rosenberg joins the panel with Miguel McKelvey (WeWork) & Morris Adjmi (Morris Adjmi Architects) November 2015
Architects, designers and industry executives discuss how the concept of hospitality is merging with the design world in new ways. From a coffee shop in a co-working space to a long-term live-work hotel, high-quality service and amenities are becoming a requirement for new commercial architecture.
Event Details
Matthew Rosenberg
Dwell on Design 2015 Rosenberg to Speak on work-live environments May 29-31, 2015 / Los Angeles, USA

Dwell on Design Los Angeles, curated by the editors of Dwell magazine, returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center May 29-31, 2015. With three full days of dynamic exhibitions, unparalleled educational opportunities, cutting-edge technologies, 90 onstage programs, 250+ speakers, and more than 2,000 innovative modern furnishings and products, Dwell on Design Los Angeles is America’s largest design event.
Matthew Rosenberg Presenter Bio

Matthew Rosenberg
Harvard Graduate School of Design Manufacturing Serendipity: A part of Making the Future Series March 2015 / Satellite lecture

Making the future: from 3D printing to Innovation on Manufacturing, is an exploratory seminar that probes the theoretical and practical conditions of the innovation behind the process of making, straddling between 3D printing to industrial manufacturing, through the lens of an architect and designer. The class had the opportunity of attending a field trip to the SXSW Interactive (March 13 – 21, 2015), with Prof Wendy W Fok, and participate on applied research and hands on experimentation on clustered group exercises that innovate and explore 3D printing, and learn from case-studies on the future of work, production, and manufacturing within architecture and design.
Full talk can be found at YouTube HERE

Matthew Rosenberg
IIDEX 2014 Seminar Speaker, PECHAKUCHA IIDEXCANADA December 4-6, 2014 / Toronto, CANADA

This panel discussion focused on the fundamental processes and stages of design, and how we can begin to inject climate data at earlier stages of the architectural process.

We will look at current and developing renewable technologies, and discuss how partnerships and cross-disciplinary actions with the companies providing these products can foster a more productive architecture community. In other words, the topic will be 'climate data and sustainable technologies as the driver for a building’s design'.

We will feature both conceptual and built projects primarily through the Land Art Generator Initiative platform and talk about how it is providing a global platform for renewable initiatives in architecture.
IIDEX Seminar Details

Matthew Rosenberg
Pecha Kucha Toronto Rosenberg speaks on "Gamification of our Everday" December 2014 / Toronto, Canada

In this talk at Pecha Kucha Toronto, Matthew Rosenberg discusses his prediction that our future will become somewhat of a peewee's playhouse. He believes gamifying our everyday life can induce people to live a more meaningful life. In this presentation, he takes us through a few examples of digital and physical projects that use gaming to solve global issues.
Listen to the talk HERE

Matthew Rosenberg
ASLA Annual Meeting & Expo Speaker November 2014 / Denver, USA

Rosenberg speaks at the largest gathering of landscape architecture professionals and students in the world on CLIMATE AS CONCEPT: Designing with Renewable Energy Landscape Initiatives. What is the future role for landscape architects in the renewable energy sector? How can landscapes be better understood as renewable energy conductors? This session showcases project submittals for the LAGI Design Competition, as well as their subsequent development into built projects and education tools. Additionally, the session posits the landscape architect’s role in the energy sector, taking into account political and economical action.
ASLA Session Details