Could designers reclaim suburban architecture for the greater good? This is a question posed by New York architect John Szot’s show Mass Market Alternatives, now on display in the Department of Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects through October 2. Szot shows how mass production and digital algorithms can subvert the political and social hegemony encouraged by current suburban architectural practices. The exhibition is in collaboration with MAS Context, a quarterly design journal overseen by lecturer Iker Gil (AIADO). Read more about Szot's ideas and the exhibition in Architects Newspaper.