Richard Weinstein moderates a conversation between Eric Moss and Wolf Prix on the current role of the architecture school, teacher, and student. The three discuss architectural ideas such as, movement, the part to whole relationships, architectural meaning, urban planning, and symbolism. They begin and end with images intended to depict their accomplishments and design methodologies.
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This event did not take place at SCI-Arc. Most likely it was UCLA. Frank Israel begins by admitting that although most architects hate their clients, they are important because there would be no work without them. Discussing a home addition project he did for Wesley and Marla Strick, he recalls that they asked for a third level to be added that could be a bedroom, living room, and bathroom in a single space. A house he designed for a married couple, both doctors, was on a steep site in Berkeley terraced into four levels up the hill. His School of the Arts project for UC Riverside combines the school’s programs in theater arts, music, dance, writing, sculpture, painting and art history under a single, complex roof.