Stanley Tigerman scrutinizes his work while sharing advice. He talks about museums, libraries, and schools as a way of revealing his desires, passions, and inspirations. He describes drawing as a means of beginning a project. Tigerman affirms that moral and ethical responses are the number one priority in his work. The video ends abruptly, apparently before the end of Tigerman’s talk.
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Eric Owen Moss introduces Stanley Tigerman, pointing out his accomplishments and the significance of his teaching in Chicago. Tigerman reviews his history with SCI-Arc, and with Moss. He maintains that his approach is based on change within ethical traditions.
Stanley Tigerman outlines the specific needs and goals of a homeless center he designed. He describes the programmatic layout, circulation, and lighting. Tigerman talks about his involvement in the Archeworks studio. The video ends abruptly, apparently before the end of Tigerman’s talk.