Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Freecell provided the exhibition design, with M-A-D, for the U.S. Pavilion—which earlier this week won a special mention from the 13th International Architecture Exhibition Jury, the first award ever garnered by a U.S. Pavilion since the biennale's inception—and now it has released new photographs of "Spontaneous Interventions: Design Actions for the Common Good." The exhibition, which opened to preview audiences this past Monday, includes 124 projects that showcase how architects, artists, and ordinary citizens have used unorthodox tactics to enact necessary change in neighborhoods and cities across the country. The exhibition—which was curated by commissioner Cathy Lang Ho and co-curated by Guggenheim Museum assistant curator of architecture and urban studies David van der Leer and ARCHITECT’s editor-in-chief Ned Cramer, Assoc. AIA—will be on view until Nov. 25.