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Hitoshi Abe reviews some of his work in terms of informality and corridor spaces, including the Miyagi Stadium (2000), Reihoku...
Hitoshi Abe Informality
Hitoshi Abe describes his interest in designing informality: places that accomodate multiple functions flexibly and...
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Hitoshi Abe describes his interest in designing places that operate differently from conventional architecture: accommodating...
Julie Eizenberg Architecture Isn’t Just For Special...
Julie Eizenberg, founding principal of Koning Eizenberg Architecture, focuses on architectural context and relationships. She...
Julie Eizenberg Architecture Isn’t Just For Special...
Julie Eizenberg presents her project for the 2008 Venice Biennale called Off-Center and On-Line.
Julie Eizenberg Architecture Isn’t Just For Special...
During the question and answer section of her lecture, Julie Eizenberg elaborates on the Venice Biennale project, its outcome,...
Julie Eizenberg Architecture Isn’t Just For Special...
Ming Fung introduces Julie Eizenberg, who presents her competition entry for the renovation of the Huntington Hartford Museum...
Julie Eizenberg Architecture Isn’t Just For Special...
Julie Eizenberg presents her design for a civic development in Lake Elsinore, California. It was submitted in a competition in...

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October 29, 2014 | Video Lecturer:

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Hitoshi Abe reviews some of his work in terms of informality and corridor spaces, including the Miyagi Stadium (2000), Reihoku Community Hall (2002), Ftown Building (2007), Kanno Museum (2006), the mixed-use educational facility for the University of Vienna (2013), and the renovation of the 3M headquarters in Minnesota (2013).


Hitoshi Abe Informality

October 29, 2014 | Video Lecturer:
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Hitoshi Abe describes his interest in designing informality: places that accomodate multiple functions flexibly and encourage individual, physical responses. He argues that this non-specific, non-coercive informal architecture is often realized in corridors, and uses this theme to review his own work, from the Miyagi Stadium (2000), to the renovation of the 3M headquarters in Minnesota (2013).

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Eric Owen Moss introduces Hitoshi Abe as a creator who sails between cultures, grounded in local and private experience, in...
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View the Full Video: Hitoshi Abe Informality
October 29, 2014 | Video Lecturer:

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Hitoshi Abe describes his interest in designing places that operate differently from conventional architecture: accommodating multiple functions flexibly and encouraging individual, physical responses. He argues that this non-specific, non-coercive informal architecture is often realized in corridors, as in Hans Scharoun’s National Library in Berlin and Toyo Ito’s Sendai Mediatheque.


Julie Eizenberg Architecture Isn’t Just For Special Occasions

October 1, 2008 | Video Lecturer:
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Julie Eizenberg, founding principal of Koning Eizenberg Architecture, focuses on architectural context and relationships. She favors an exploratory architectural approach, and likens it to artists who see art as an “opportunity to fail.” She argues that architects tend to avoid context, so she presents three projects that deal directly with it.

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