Eric Owen Moss introduces Stanley Tigerman, pointing out his accomplishments and the significance of his teaching in Chicago. Tigerman reviews his history with SCI-Arc, and with Moss. He maintains that his approach is based on change within ethical traditions.
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Stanley Tigerman talks about several of his public projects, including several schools and museums. He describes his design concepts and how he deals with the specific programmatic needs of children, families and the disabled. While talking about the design for a Holocaust exhibition, he discusses how the programs influence the space.
Shelly Kappe introduces Stanley Tigerman as an architect and the organizer of Chicago Architects, an exhibition about Chicago’s great American and Western tradition of the modern architecture. During the presentation Tigerman describes the process of preparing the show, and describes several slides of architecture in Chicago from the last century. He pays close attention to the first and second Chicago Schools.
Tigerman discusses Chicago building by architects such as Charles Atwood, George Fred Keck, Frank Lloyd Wright, Buckminster Fuller, and Andrew Rebori.