In the introduction, Ming Fung describes Peter Walker’s work as “a blend of art, architecture, and landscape architecture in which traditional hierarchies are abandoned in favor of a new holistic framework in which the total immersive experience of the participant is the only arbiter.” Walker reviews his work with the 9/11 Memorial, stressing artists who have influenced him, including Robert Smithson, Donald Judd, Carl Andre, and Christo.
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Steven Holl describes his view of “compression” as the simultaneous influence of multiple irreducible elements on a built form. Using his projects, Holl describes these irreducible elements and how he has tried to incorporate them into his work. He also discusses certain architectural devices that show up throughout the works.
Raimund Abraham concludes with a discussion of his project for Ground Zero in New York. He explains that the idea originated in 1972, and anticipated the ultimate commercial use of the site. Abraham describes the formal arrangement, and recites a manifesto.
Eric Owen Moss introduces panelists Tom Gilmore, Con Howe, Jan Perry, and Dan Rosenfeld as people who will shape the future of Los Angeles. The group begins talking about the idea of memory and the effect the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks will have on the future direction of architecture, and what might happen at the Lower Manhattan site.
KCRW’s radio program “Which Way LA” hosted by Warren Olney is broadcast from SCI-Arc in downtown Los Angeles. The conversation focuses on the response to the September 11th terrorist attacks. Guest speakers include: Mayor Jim Hahn, Sheriff Lee Baca, Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky, Doctor Maher Hathout from the Islamic Center of Southern California, property developer Tom Gilmore, and civil rights attorney Constance Rice.
Olney questions the panelists on issues regarding 9/11 and opens the conversation up to audience questioning. The panelists discuss issues of security, racial profiling, and the 9/11 site.
Olney questions the panelists on issues regarding 9/11 and opens the conversation up to audience questioning. The panelists discuss issues of security at LAX, racial profiling, and foreign policy.
KCRW’s radio program “Which Way LA” hosted by Warren Olney hosts a panel discussion at SCI-Arc in downtown Los Angeles. The conversation focuses on the response to the September 11th terrorist attacks.