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Richard Warner
Richard Warner explains his work with plastic, fabric, and other low-cost materials as a response to working with clients with...
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Richard Warner explains his work with plastic, fabric, and other low-cost materials as a response to working with clients with...
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Richard Warner answers questions from the audience, reflecting on the poetic potentials for the informal and...

Richard Warner

March 3, 1997 | Video Lecturer:
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Richard Warner explains his work with plastic, fabric, and other low-cost materials as a response to working with clients with limited budgets. Warner documents a series of completed projects, including a children’s playhouse, a clothing store in Santa Monica, and a house in Malibu. Warner concludes with his furniture and product design, citing the influence of Art Deco.

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Eric Kahn introduces Richard Warner as part of a faculty lecture series. Kahn notes Warner's teaching at SCI-Arc and USC, and the...
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Richard Warner explains his work with plastic, fabric, and other low-cost materials as a response to working with clients with limited budgets. Warner documents a series of completed projects, beginning with a children’s playhouse for an exhibition. He explains the use of lightweight, fabric construction. Warner presents a clothing store in Santa Monica and a house in Malibu. Warner concludes with his furniture and product design, citing the influence of Art Deco.