Video Archive | Marcelo Spina (5)

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Eric Bunge proposes that his work with Mimi Hoang at nArchitects engages with the differing boundaries of control and...
Jorge Francisco Liernur Austral Group A CIAM Brigade In...
Jorge Francisco “Pancho” Liernur, Dean of the School of Architecture at the Torcuato Di Tella University in Buenos Aires. ...
Margaret Griffin
Margaret Griffin of Griffin Enright presents recent built, proposed and conceptual work. She begins with a discussion of their...
Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In Play
Meejin Yoon and Eric H?weler are award winning practitioners of a "multidisciplinary practice, operating in the space between...
Keller Easterling Believers and Cheaters
Keller Easterling presents a survey of "spatial products" described by political actors she identifies as "believers" and...

Eric Bunge CTRL_A

October 1, 2014 |
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Eric Bunge proposes that his work with Mimi Hoang at nArchitects engages with the differing boundaries of control and indeterminacy. Specifically, he discusses their work under three categories: architecture that adapts to change, architecture that creates interaction between diverse publics, and conceptual and material economy. Projects include the Canopy for PS. 1, My Micro NY compact affordable housing, a visitor center for the Wyckoff House Museum, the Switch Building, the riverfront M2 in Calgary, the ABC department store in Beirut, and a renovation of Chicago’s Navy Pier.

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Eric Bunge discusses projects that demonstrate conceptual and material economy, such as the Switch Building (2007), the M2...

Jorge Francisco Liernur Austral Group A CIAM Brigade In The Far South 1937-1948

January 19, 2011 | Video Lecturer:
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Jorge Francisco “Pancho” Liernur, Dean of the School of Architecture at the Torcuato Di Tella University in Buenos Aires. Liernur discusses the modern movement in Argentina through the work of the Austral Group, including Antonio Bonet, Juan Kurchan and Jorge Ferrari Hardoy. Liernur discusses projects ranging from Hardoy’s Butterfly Chair (a.k.a. BKF Chair), to buildings and urban planning.

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Margaret Griffin

November 12, 2010 | Video Lecturer:
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Margaret Griffin of Griffin Enright presents recent built, proposed and conceptual work. She begins with a discussion of their methodology. Griffin discusses her interest in “groundform,” the relationship of architecture to movement, and strategies for achieving working successfully within site and budgetary constraints.

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Griffin continues her lecture with a presentation of several residential projects. She describes her goal as invigorating the...
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Griffin concludes with a discussion of several institutional projects. A proposal for a SCI-Arc Cafe employs a mobile element...

Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In Play

October 10, 2007 | Video Lecturer: ,
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Meejin Yoon and Eric H?weler are award winning practitioners of a “multidisciplinary practice, operating in the space between architecture, art, and landscape.” For this lecture Public Works: Projects In Play they discuss the three notions of play that factor into their designs; play as a “cultural activity, as materials coming together, and putting something in play.” These three notions are made clear through their presentation of several projects including White Noise White Light created for the 2004 Olympics in Athens, and Loop an unbuilt design for PS1 MOMA.

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Keller Easterling Believers and Cheaters

November 17, 2004 | Video Lecturer:
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Keller Easterling presents a survey of “spatial products” described by political actors she identifies as “believers” and “cheaters.” Drawing from the political maneuvering of world leaders, Easterling creates a profile of three typologies of “sites.” These sites include global trade hubs, high-tech agricultural developments, and tourist destinations in North Korea.

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Marcelo Spina introduces Keller Easterling, describing and her role in the emergence of digital design at Columbia University. He...
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Easterling explains the topic of her lecture, "Believers and Cheaters." She identifies a series of political figures, and reviews...
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