Herwig Baumgartner and Scott Uriu of B+U discuss their work in terms of three different interests. They review a Condo Tower in Lima and the 2014 SCI-Arc Gallery installation in terms of Apertures, i.e. the aperture frame, the aperture as autonomous object, and the responsive aperture. Under the category of Edges, they describe several projects, including the OTT Winery, the Frank/Kim house, and a mixed-use development in Downey. They discuss an urban plan for Milan, the Coral Lamp, a soccer stadium complex for Rio, and other projects as Multiples, aggregations of similar objects. They conclude by reviewing three current projects: a chair, a house, and a transit center.
Video Archive | Aggregation (3)
Herwig Baumgartner and Scott Uriu discuss projects that are aggregations of similar objects, such as the City Futura urban plan (2010), the Coral Lamp (2012), a pedestrian bridge in Bangalore, a cruise ship terminal in Keelung (2012), and a soccer stadium complex for Rio (2013). They conclude by reviewing three current projects: a lounge chair, a house in the Hollywood Hills, and a transit center in Northern California.
Rojkind presents a proposal for a hotel comprised of aggregated horizontal elements organized to establish different venues and atmospheres in a larger complex. He describes his entry in a competition to create park space and public housing for Mexico City. His entry was highly critical of the project brief and of city policies.