Concrete Utopias is a symposium focusing on 1960s architecture and urbanism. An abstraction of Habitat 66 by architect Mosa Safde is the focal point of the poster. Using modular pods, the structure is designed to integrate a variety and diversity of people living in close proximity to each other. References to 60s icons and events reside within the structure.
This design was chosen by the dean and faculty of the University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture to be printed and circulated for the symposium.