Lou Naidorf discusses his work on Century City, and its successes and failures in terms of social responsibility. David Martin discusses the social responsibility of architects to educate themselves and their clients in a rapidly changing world. He gives the example of energy conservation. Chuck Kanner talks about his transition from a small practice to a large corporate office and the concern of image and reputation involved with corporate clients. The remaining panelists also give brief answers to the questions surrounding social responsibility in architecture.
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The panelists continue to discuss their views surrounding social responsibility. Cesar Pelli discusses society and the values and responsibilities associated with particular positions.
The last clip is an extended interview with Small from 1976, on the “Saturday” program, focusing on the 1976 student work at the Habitat Forum in Vancouver. He goes on to discuss Century City and his view of urbanism in Los Angeles.