Ken Kellogg presents a series of projects including conceptual, built, and proposed projects that encompass his interest in organic form, collaboration, and construction processes. He explains his early influences by Frank Lloyd Wright and the development of his own independent trajectory. He discusses his long collaboration with sculptor and glass artist Jim Hubbell.
Video Archive | Herb Kahn (3)
In this 17 minute clip, Herb Kahn discusses questions of circulation in Los Angeles, focusing on the relationship between land use and transportation, and the possibility of responsive circulation routes. His mapping technique includes forms of transportation which are yet to be determined and are open to technological change. Kahn describes the difficulty in implementing land use plans, but argues that transportation can be used to define the urban form.
Herb Kahn discusses his work on the circulation distribution program for the Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency. Kahn covers various issues related to the planning of future public transportations in the central business district of downtown Los Angeles. The last three clips are another event. Slides of Arcosanti, the experimental town imagined by Paolo Soleri, are presented with comments by two men. Slides of Arcosanti continue as previously recorded interviews with Soleri are played. A static slide of Arcosanti is accompanied by a live interview with Paolo Soleri about projects planned for the site in the upcoming year.