Charles Gwathemy begins by describing his history with the “New York Five.” He states that he will discuss the six built projects that are diverse with regard to program, budget and site, but linked by process. He describes his sensibility as “anti-elitist,” and strives to work within site conditions, circulation patterns and structure for a creative approach to architecture.
Video Archive | Barns (2)
In this conversation with Shelly Kappe, Frank Gehry talks about his eclectic influences, including Raphael Soriano, Harwell Hamilton Harris, Ed Moses, Robert Irwin, and Donald Judd. The story of a project for Ron Davis becomes a discussion of how much he enjoys working for artists. Gehry describes his interest in education, and explains the City Building Education project developed by his sister Doreen Nelson for elementary schools.