Video Archive | Arts Park (3)

Ad?le Naud? Santos
Ad?le Naud? Santos reviews her early work in southern Africa, a decade of teaching in the U.S., and her return to practice. She...
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Michael Rotondi introduces Ad?le Santos, nothing that she he has been the chair of the architecture program at the University of...
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Ad?le Santos presents her competition project for a Los Angeles Arts Park, in collaboration with Hodgetts and Fung, and Rios...

Ad?le Naud? Santos

Ad?le Naud? Santos reviews her early work in southern Africa, a decade of teaching in the U.S., and her return to practice. She presents a house with distinct public and private aspects, a proposal for an Arts Park in Los Angeles she collaborated in, and projects in Japan that use terraces to bring light and space to narrow, multistory buildings.

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Ad?le Santos describes how before coming to the United States she practiced for four years in southern Africa, leaving...
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Ad?le Santos presents a house project which she says has two faces: the very private side facing the street, and the garden...
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Ad?le Santos discusses Kachofugetsu-kan, a project for a client in Japan who wanted a building for his offices, plus an art...

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Michael Rotondi introduces Ad?le Santos, nothing that she he has been the chair of the architecture program at the University of Pennsylvania where she hosted an annual Design Week event that became critical in forming relationships between many architects, including Craig Hodgetts, Wolf Prix and Michael Sorkin. She is currently working on a project for an affordable housing development in North Hollywood that she won in a competition sponsored by MOCA. Santos has broken many barriers for women in architecture, principal of her own firm and practicing for over twenty years with experience in both architecture and urban design.


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Ad?le Santos presents her competition project for a Los Angeles Arts Park, in collaboration with Hodgetts and Fung, and Rios Pearson. Her design began with an analysis of the irrigation system. She proposed planting trees as a way of reenacting the development of the valley over time. The proposal uses water towers to signal the presence of the park while irrigation canals form the pedestrian walking paths.