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London Eight Curated By Peter Cook
Eric Owen Moss engages the participants in "London Eight" to discuss the exhibit and their work. Peter Cook explains that he...
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Eric Owen Moss introduces some of the issues raised by the work exhibited in "London Eight."
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Peter Cook explains that he invited five architects who teach at the Bartlett to exhibit. Each architect was additionally asked...
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The "London Eight" panelists discuss digital design, pedagogy, "indulgent" formal objects and drawing.
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Reponding to audience questions, the "London Eight" panelists discuss audiences.
Will Alsop-clip_4685
Will Alsop argues for the importance of of drawing in architecture. He outlines his academic career at the Architecture...
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Neil Denari introduces Eleni Gigantes and Elia Zenghelis, noting that they began practice in London in 1987 and later moved to...
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Michael Rotondi introduces Nigel Coates, admiring his resourcefulness in creating his own opportunities in an environment where...

London Eight Curated By Peter Cook

Eric Owen Moss engages the participants in “London Eight” to discuss the exhibit and their work. Peter Cook explains that he invited five architects who teach at the Bartlett to exhibit. Each architect was additionally asked to select a prot?g? who they had mentored at the Bartlett to exhibit alongside them. The pairings consisted of architects Marjan Colletti & Marcos Cruz with prot?g? Yusef Al-Mehdari; architect CJ Lim with prot?g? Pascal Bronner; architects Mark Smout & Laura Allen with prot?g? Johan Hybschmann. The discussion touches on digital design, pedagogy, “indulgent” formal objects and drawing.

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Peter Cook explains that he invited five architects who teach at the Bartlett to exhibit. Each architect was additionally asked to select a prot?g? who they had mentored at the Bartlett to exhibit alongside them. The pairings consisted of architects Marjan Colletti & Marcos Cruz with prot?g? Yusef Al-Mehdari; architect CJ Lim with prot?g? Pascal Bronner; architects Mark Smout & Laura Allen with prot?g? Johan Hybschmann. The discussion touches on digital design, pedagogy, “indulgent” formal objects and drawing.


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February 6, 2002 | Video Lecturer:

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Will Alsop argues for the importance of of drawing in architecture. He outlines his academic career at the Architecture Association, noting that he was taught by every member of Archigram. Alsop discusses the role of community in the conception of a successful project. He examines the topic of how
to regenerate cities with high-density development.


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October 20, 1993 | Video Lecturer:

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Michael Rotondi introduces Nigel Coates, admiring his resourcefulness in creating his own opportunities in an environment where there is little work, often through collaboration with craftsmen and artists. He taught at the AA for ten years during a period that merged music, fashion, and publishing as a means of questioning conventional hierarchies. With his students he formed NATO (Narrative Architecture
Today) before starting his own firm in 1985. He is connected to SCI-Arc through the spirit, courage, and experimental nature of his work.