Jeffrey Kipnis talks about the changing sentiments of the practice of architecture, claiming that each movement tends to last about fifteen to twenty years. He then talks about contemporary architectural themes and how specialized fields create a bifurcation of genre to master. During this, Kipnis talks about mathematics, theater, and the ability and desire of the SCI-Arc student.
Video Archive | Blobs (2)
Jencks discusses how scientific discoveries have related to shifting architectural sensibilities during the 1970s through the 1990s. He discusses blobs, landforms, and cosmogenic points as unfolding, chaotic organizations of individual parts into recognizable wholes.