I had the pleasure of following (and writing about) this unique project on the UAM's Tumblr page:

Between September 2013 and January 2014, the UAM's Tumblr will be dedicated to MatterApp: Pyramidial, a collaboration between the UAM, DESN 360A, and Oliver Hess, Director Emeritus of Materials & Applications, the Los Angeles-based nonprofit, which has striven to raise the conceptual standards of public art by questioning not only what is possible in the built environment, but also who participates in its development.