Video Archive | Construction (42)

Jeffrey Kipnis & Eric Owen Moss Look You Got It All...
Jeffrey Kipnis begins the second session of his seminar of discussions with Eric Owen Moss with images relating to the previous...
Jeffrey Kipnis & Eric Owen Moss Look You Got It All...
Eric Owen Moss discusses in detail the Trivida office, and the Waffle building in terms of the relationship between design and...
Peter Cook The Lost Art Of Architectural Composition Part...
John Enright introduces Peter Cook. Cook describes his talk as a the first of three related lectures on architectural...
Brendan MacFarlane Walk-clip_4060
Brendan MacFarlane discusses more projects, including the Frac Centre in Orleans, the Taipei Performing Arts Center, and the...
Patrick Tighe and Eric Owen Moss-clip_3993
Patrick Tighe discusses the use of composer Ken Ueno's sound as an element of "Out of Memory." Tighe and Moss discuss the...
Patrick Tighe and Eric Owen Moss-clip_3994
Patrick Tighe, Eric Owen Moss and the other participants discuss the use of robotics as an integral construction technique. They...
Peter Zellner Between Jobs-clip_3323
Peter Zellner, introduced by Chris Genik, describes his office and the type of work he has completed since 2004. He shows several...
Yansong Ma MAD Dinner-clip_3365
Yansong Ma describes a museum that is part of a new master plan for Mongolia, a house in Denmark inspired by Mies van der Rohe,...

Jeffrey Kipnis & Eric Owen Moss Look You Got It All Wrong 2-clip_9585

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Jeffrey Kipnis begins the second session of his seminar of discussions with Eric Owen Moss with images relating to the previous session on construction, including Henry Cobb’s John Hancock Tower (1976), the 1986 Challenger disaster and Richard Feynman’s diagnosis of the cause, an exchange between Thom Mayne and Moss about detailing of Moss’s installation If Not Now, When? (2009), and the detailing of the patio floor in Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House (1951). Kipnis then discusses this session’s topic, how one finds a personal ethos in relation to his or her architectural practice.


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Eric Owen Moss discusses in detail the Trivida office, and the Waffle building in terms of the relationship between design and realization. He alternately discusses his buildings in terms of analogies of architectural history, with Travida representing the medieval; Stealth, the renaissance; Waffle, the baroque; and Pterodactyl, the modern.


Peter Cook The Lost Art Of Architectural Composition Part One The Ingredients-clip_3798

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John Enright introduces Peter Cook. Cook describes his talk as a the first of three related lectures on architectural composition. Cook reviews the evolving relationship between man and nature, the current emphasis on materials, repetition and scale in architectural design.


Brendan MacFarlane Walk-clip_4060

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November 3, 2010 | Video Lecturer:

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Brendan MacFarlane discusses more projects, including the Frac Centre in Orleans, the Taipei Performing Arts Center, and the ?cole Sup?rieure des Arts et de la Communication (ESAC) in Pau. These projects propose using existing elements to inform performative surface manipulations, that suggest ebbs and flows of circulation and program. MacFarlane ends by discussing the relationship between the physical elements of his architecture and the psychological associations it creates to the users.


Patrick Tighe and Eric Owen Moss-clip_3994

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Patrick Tighe, Eric Owen Moss and the other participants discuss the use of robotics as an integral construction technique. They describes the relevance of the outside experience with the sculptural effect created inhabiting the inside of the installation.