Video Archive | Jesse Reiser (3)

Jesse Reiser
Ming Fung introduces Jesse Reiser of Reiser + Umemoto. He presents a selection of his firm's work and discusses the ideas behind...
Jesse Reiser
Jesse Reiser begins by discussing language, form, shape, and order. He presents his BMW distribution factory, stressing...
Jesse Reiser
Following an introduction by Karl Chu, Jesse Reiser presents a recent paper in addition to three projects. Reiser first reads...

Jesse Reiser

September 26, 2011 | Video Lecturer:
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Ming Fung introduces Jesse Reiser of Reiser + Umemoto. He presents a selection of his firm’s work and discusses the ideas behind and development of each project, including the O14 Tower in Dubai, the Taipei Pop Music Center, Terminal 3 at Shenzhen International Airport, and Kaohsiung: The Harbor City. Reiser explores the parallels between cooking and architecture as a way of understanding architecture as a material practice.

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Jesse Reiser

March 20, 2002 | Video Lecturer:
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Jesse Reiser begins by discussing language, form, shape, and order. He presents his BMW distribution factory, stressing efficiency, siting, and structural tectonics. He discusses a proposal for a children’s museum in Pittsburgh, stressing the existing site conditions exploited in his design. Reiser characterizes his structural goal as defining and creating transparency. Reiser describes several other projects, focusing on their structure. Reiser discusses several house designs in which he rethought the typical programmatic strategies. He emphasizes structure as an important design technique, as well as, how material densities emerge into building materiality. This video ends abruptly.

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Jesse Reiser discusses several house designs in which he rethought the typical programmatic strategies. He emphasizes structure...

Jesse Reiser

March 29, 2000 | Video Lecturer:
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Following an introduction by Karl Chu, Jesse Reiser presents a recent paper in addition to three projects. Reiser first reads The New Fineness, a paper dealing with a methodology based on a fine scale of structures and organizations expanded to address larger scale interactions and requirements. He presents the East River Corridor project, the Graz Music Theater and the West Side Convergence project and discusses his working methodology as well as the movement of ideas between scales.

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Karl Chu introduces Jesse Reiser, recounting their time together as students at Cranbrook Institute. Chu describes Reiser as one...
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Reiser continues his lecture by presenting his proposal for the Graz Music Theater, discussing the relationship between...
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