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Michael Sorkin outlines the current state of urban life worldwide, arguing that even as the globe becomes urbanized, the city as...
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Michael Sorkin outlines his research into ways of enabling New York City to produce its own food.
Michael Sorkin How Green Is My City
Michael Sorkin argues that as the globe urbanizes, the city as a sustainable, equitable and beautiful site of social...
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Lars Krückeberg surveys Graft's work, moving from small to large projects, including exhibits, duty-free shops at Frankfurt, a...
Graft In Pursuit of Happiness
Christoph Korner outlines the major themes of Graft's practice, stressing being prepared to recognize inspirations, and to take...
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Marcelyn Gow introduces Phillipe Rahm. She quotes Yves Klein, "Men will never conquer space with rockets … but rather by...
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Phillipe Rahm discusses atmosphere design. He calls the air within a room a soft solid and argues that it is a volume much like...
Phillipe Rahm
Phillipe Rahm proposes that the air within a room a soft solid and a volume much like the air within a balloon. He argues that we...

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Michael Sorkin outlines the current state of urban life worldwide, arguing that even as the globe becomes urbanized, the city as a sustainable, equitable and beautiful site of social possibilities is in danger of disappearing. He insists that the master plan remains a necessary tool for designers.


Michael Sorkin How Green Is My City

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Michael Sorkin argues that as the globe urbanizes, the city as a sustainable, equitable and beautiful site of social possibilities is disappearing. He discusses his projects for new cities in Arizona and China, and describes his research into ways of enabling New York City to produce its own food.

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Eric Owen Moss introduces Michael Sorkin as an author, architect, planner, and educator who defies the convention of...

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Lars Krückeberg surveys Graft’s work, moving from small to large projects, including exhibits, duty-free shops at Frankfurt, a dental clinic in Berlin, a zero-energy house for Kuala Lumpur, apartments in Berlin, a mobile Kunsthalle constructed out of shipping containers, a proposed Jewish museum of tolerance in Moscow, and a car-check station outside of Volkswagen’s Autostadt.


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Christoph Korner outlines the major themes of Graft’s practice, stressing being prepared to recognize inspirations, and to take advantage of serendipitous encounters. Lars Krückeberg surveys Graft’s work, moving from small to large projects, including exhibits, retail, a dental clinic in Berlin, a zero-energy house for Kuala Lumpur, apartments, cultural facilities, hotels, a green mixed-use development in Dubai, and projects in China for eco-tourism and skiing. Krückeberg also surveys some of Graft’s activities outside of architecture, including furniture design, the Make It Right project in New Orleans, a therapeutic intensive care room, and Solar Kiosk sustainable recharging stations in Ethiopia and Kenya.

 

 

 

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John Enright introduces SCI-Arc alumni Christoph Korner and Lars Krückeberg of the office Graft, noting that their eclectic...
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March 7, 2012 | Video Lecturer:

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Phillipe Rahm discusses atmosphere design. He calls the air within a room a soft solid and argues that it is a volume much like the air within a balloon.  He states that we are swimming inside this soft solid composed of layers of heat, humidity, and pollution and that this space is the space we should try to design.


Phillipe Rahm

March 7, 2012 | Video Lecturer:
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Phillipe Rahm proposes that the air within a room a soft solid and a volume much like the air within a balloon. He argues that we are swimming inside a soft solid composed of layers of heat, humidity, and pollution and that this space is the space we should try to design. He discusses his work at the Venice Biennale, his own office, and a park in Taiwan.

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