Many of David Hertz’s works are displayed in significant private and museum collections. In May 1995 the Syndecrete® product was included in an exhibition entitled “Mutant Materials in Contemporary Design,” at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and was subsequently acquired as part of the Permanent Design Collection. In 1998 Syndecrete® was exhibited at The Smithsonian Museum of American History in an exhibition entitled “Inventing for the Environment.” More recently, Syndecrete® and David’s architecture were featured in the exhibit “Liquid Stone” at the National Building Museum in Washington D.C. His work has also been displayed in solo shows at the Schindler House, the USC School of Architecture, and internationally at the Harajuku Museum of Art and the GA Gallery in Tokyo, Japan. More recently, his work was included in the California Design Biennial in 2010. His work on the 747 Wing House was presented at the "City and the World" exhibition at the Istanbul Biennial in Istanbul, Turkey in 2012.