This week Snarkitecture's Fun House opened at the National Building Museum as a part of the Summer Block Party series of temporary structures inside the historic Great Hall.

Accounting for Snarkitecture's first comprehensive museum exhibition, the installation is highlighted by a house that reimagines the idea of a traditional home. The display features interactive rooms with well-known Snarkitecture designs including Dig (2011) and Drift (2012), in addition to new items developed for the museum. At the core, these rooms commemorate Snarkitecture's ten-year story of peculiar designs.

Fun House is open to the public through September 3. For tickets and more information on the exhibit, follow here.

In related news, the Museum of Sex explores Nobuyoshi Araki and the NSFW art of Kinbaku.

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