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David Gray Experimental Architecture
David Gray begins by wondering what experimental architecture might be. He presents his work in design, restoration, low-income...

David Gray Experimental Architecture

October 20, 1977 | Video Lecturer:
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David Gray begins by wondering what experimental architecture might be. He presents his work in design, restoration, low-income housing, plus his work as a builder and educator. He questions the level of experimentation in each of the projects. Gray discusses examples of architecture he believes to be experimental, such as The George Pompidou Center in Paris and Frei Otto’s buildings. After the lecture he discusses with the audience his interest in minimum energy housing and the importance of building in architecture.

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