Video Archive | Houses (148)

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Mark Lee and Sharon Johnston discuss projects that expand from the Double into the Multiple, in which geometric objects form...
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Sharon Johnston discusses projects that are Doubled in different ways, including the house project for Ortos (2009); the Pavilion...
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Mark Lee discusses projects that fall under the category of Single objects, including houses in Rosario, Argentina (2009); Penco,...
Sharon Johnston & Mark Lee Too Fast To Live Too...
Mark Lee of JohnstonMarkLee’s discusses projects that fall under the category of Single objects, including houses in ...
Alberto Kalach Taller de Aquitectura X-clip_8473
After discussing the Somberete apartment building (2004), the Lycée Français in Guadalajara (2005), the Kurimanzutto art...
Alberto Kalach Taller de Aquitectura X
Alberto Kalach discusses some of his larger built work, including Monte Sinai synagogue (2006), and the Jose Vasconcelos library...
Kenneth Frampton Towards An Agonistic...
Kenneth Frampton concludes by discussing Bijoy Jain and Studio Mumbai, stressing how projects such as the Palmyra house (2007)...
Michael Maltzan Elastic-clip_8391
Michael Maltzan discusses recent residential projects, including the Pittman/Dowell House in La Crescenta (2009), and two...

Sharon Johnston & Mark Lee-clip_8659

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Mark Lee and Sharon Johnston discuss projects that expand from the Double into the Multiple, in which geometric objects form communities, such as the Grand Traiano Art Complex, Grottaferrata (2008); multiple houses under one roof in Kauai (2011); UCLA Graduate Art Studios, Culver City (2011); and the Menil Drawing Institute, Houston (2014).


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Mark Lee discusses projects that fall under the category of Single objects, including houses in Rosario, Argentina (2009); Penco, Chile (2011); Oxnard (2013); Cretas, Spain (2013). In the Poggio Golo Winery, Tuscany, (2010)  and the house in Brentwood (2013), the geometry begins to respond to the topography.


Sharon Johnston & Mark Lee Too Fast To Live Too Young to Die

March 12, 2014 | Video Lecturer: ,
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Mark Lee of JohnstonMarkLee’s discusses projects that fall under the category of Single objects, including houses in  Argentina, Chile, Oxnard, and Spain. In the Poggio Golo Winery, Tuscany, (2010)  and the house in Brentwood (2013), the geometry begins to reflect the topography. Sharon Johnston discusses projects that are Doubled in different ways, including the house project for Ortos (2009); the Pavilion of Six Views, Shanghai (2013); and the En Sully housing development (2010). Lee and Johnston discuss projects that expand from the Double into the Multiple, such as the Grand Traiano Art Complex, Grottaferrata (2008); the houses under one roof in Kauai (2011); UCLA Graduate Art Studios, Culver City (2011); and the Menil Drawing Institute, Houston (2014).

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Sharon Johnston & Mark Lee-clip_8659
Sharon Johnston & Mark Lee-clip_8659
Sharon Johnston & Mark Lee-clip_8658
Sharon Johnston & Mark Lee-clip_8658
Sharon Johnston discusses projects that are Doubled in different ways, including the house project for Ortos (2009); the Pavilion...
Sharon Johnston & Mark Lee-clip_8657
Sharon Johnston & Mark Lee-clip_8657
Mark Lee discusses projects that fall under the category of Single objects, including houses in Rosario, Argentina (2009); Penco,...
Sharon Johnston & Mark Lee-clip_8656
Sharon Johnston & Mark Lee-clip_8656
Mark Lee characterizes JohnstonMarkLee’s  work as defining boundaries in a way that produces objects that contribute to the...
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Sharon Johnston & Mark Lee-clip_8655
Ming Fung introduces Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee with a clip of Perry Como singing, “Accentuate the positive,” stressing...

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After discussing the Somberete apartment building (2004), the Lycée Français in Guadalajara (2005), the Kurimanzutto art gallery (2008), Alberto Kalach reviews several of his built houses. He stresses the centrality of the garden in projects such as the Valle de Bravo house (1996), the Bross house (2005), and the houses in Veracruz (2000), San Diego (2008) and Nanjing (2005).


Alberto Kalach Taller de Aquitectura X

January 22, 2014 | Video Lecturer:
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Alberto Kalach discusses some of his larger built work, including Monte Sinai synagogue (2006), and the Jose Vasconcelos library (2002), and the Kurimanzutto art gallery (2008). With all the projects he stresses the importance of gardens, parks and green space connected with the interior. He reviews several of his built houses, including ones in Valle de Bravo (1996), Veracruz (2000), San Diego (2008) and Nanjing (2005).

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Alberto Kalach Taller de Aquitectura X-clip_8471
Alberto Kalach argues that what's interesting in architecture isn't fashion but what endures, stressing a building's rootedness...
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Alberto Kalach Taller de Aquitectura X-clip_8472
Alberto Kalach Taller de Aquitectura X-clip_8473
Alberto Kalach Taller de Aquitectura X-clip_8473

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Kenneth Frampton concludes by discussing Bijoy Jain and Studio Mumbai, stressing how projects such as the Palmyra house (2007) demonstrate a strategy of integrating design craft which might provide a viable path between globalist phantasmagoria and uncritical traditionalism.


Michael Maltzan Elastic-clip_8391

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November 13, 2013 | Video Lecturer:

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Michael Maltzan discusses recent residential projects, including the Pittman/Dowell House in La Crescenta (2009), and two affordable housing projects in downtown L.A.: the New Carver Apartments adjacent to the Santa Monica Freeway (2009), and the Star Apartments, re-using an existing retail building (2013). Maltzan stresses visibility, the construction of views, and dissected geometric forms.