Video Archive | Art museums (15)

Bernard Tschumi Concept & Notation-clip_9640
Bernard Tschumi discusses the Acropolis Museum (2009) and the Cincinnati Athletics Center (2006) under the theme...
Hitoshi Abe Informality-clip_9619
Hitoshi Abe reviews some of his work in terms of informality and corridor spaces, including the Miyagi Stadium (2000), Reihoku...
Joshua Prince-Ramus Agency-clip_9568
Joshua Prince-Ramus discusses several projects currently in progress, including the Mercedez-Benz campus extension and Future...
Peter Noever
Peter Noever discusses the problems conventional museums have regarding space and site. After observing a moment of silence for...
Darin Johnstone
Darin Johnstone presents work he has completed in practice with Scott Parker, and subsequently independently, including a SCI-Arc...
Brendan MacFarlane Walk-clip_4060
Brendan MacFarlane discusses more projects, including the Frac Centre in Orleans, the Taipei Performing Arts Center, and the...
Preston Scott Cohen Discretized Curves and Tectonic...
Cohen explains that anamorphism is an influence in his work, because it represents “a departure from normative things.” He...
Michael Maltzan-clip_1332
Maltzan concludes with two projects which, in addition to strong urban engagement, address social interaction and environmental...

Bernard Tschumi Concept & Notation-clip_9640

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Bernard Tschumi discusses the Acropolis Museum (2009) and the Cincinnati Athletics Center (2006) under the theme “Context/Concept/Content”. Under the theme “Form/Concept” he discusses the Carnal Dome (2004), the Al?sia Museum (2012), the Paris Zoo (2014), and the ANIMA Cultural Center (2015).


Hitoshi Abe Informality-clip_9619

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October 29, 2014 | Video Lecturer:

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Hitoshi Abe reviews some of his work in terms of informality and corridor spaces, including the Miyagi Stadium (2000), Reihoku Community Hall (2002), Ftown Building (2007), Kanno Museum (2006), the mixed-use educational facility for the University of Vienna (2013), and the renovation of the 3M headquarters in Minnesota (2013).


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November 3, 2010 | Video Lecturer:

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Brendan MacFarlane discusses more projects, including the Frac Centre in Orleans, the Taipei Performing Arts Center, and the ?cole Sup?rieure des Arts et de la Communication (ESAC) in Pau. These projects propose using existing elements to inform performative surface manipulations, that suggest ebbs and flows of circulation and program. MacFarlane ends by discussing the relationship between the physical elements of his architecture and the psychological associations it creates to the users.


Preston Scott Cohen Discretized Curves and Tectonic Language

November 11, 2009 | Video Lecturer:
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Cohen explains that anamorphism is an influence in his work, because it represents “a departure from normative things.” He stresses the spline design for a performing arts center on the campus of Nanjing University in China, and discusses his design of an arcade canopy in Manhattan, which serves as an outdoor passageway. Cohen discusses the Tel Aviv Museum of Ar in detail.

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Preston Scott Cohen Discretized Curves and Tectonic...
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After an introduction by Eric Owen Moss, Preston Scott Cohen explains his interest in anamorphism as “a departure from...
Preston Scott Cohen Discretized Curves and Tectonic...
Preston Scott Cohen Discretized Curves and Tectonic Language-clip_9433
Preston Scott Cohen discusses his design of an arcade canopy in Manhattan, which serves as an outdoor passage way. He discusses...

Michael Maltzan-clip_1332

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September 27, 2006 |

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Maltzan concludes with two projects which, in addition to strong urban engagement, address social interaction and environmental intent through negotiations of structure and geometry. For an Art and Science Museum in Fresno, CA Maltzan creates a social overlap with the city by floating the building to generate a shaded public plaza and exposing the building’s underbelly while establishing seamed openings both through and into the building. Lastly, for Pirelli in Milan, he creates a mid-height bridged connection between two office buildings, both allowing for flexibility in use and tenancy within the two structures and generating new social connections through the use of an open bat-wing truss.