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Peter Cook Part Two Procedures Or Some Favourite...
Peter Cook describes how he continues to look for innovative ways of deploying architecture. Cook contrasts places that seek out...
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.
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Volkan Alkanoglu presents projects he worked on at Foster and Partners, Future Systems and Asymptote. He discusses in detail...
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Spiller explains that the project he is presenting is about many things including history, ancient and contemporary mythology,...

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Peter Cook describes how he continues to look for innovative ways of deploying architecture. Cook contrasts places that seek out stimulation, and places that avoid it. He notes how the terms “weird” and “strange” are appropriate definitions of schools like the Bartlett and SCI-Arc.


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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Volkan Alkanoglu presents projects he worked on at Foster and Partners, Future Systems and Asymptote. He discusses in detail Asymptote’s exhibition spaces for the 2009 Venice Biennale. Alkanoglu traces his interest in machines and robotics back to his school work at the Bartlett. He shows a series of drawings whose techniques that were inspired by early investigations into robotics.