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Jos? Oubrerie
Jos? Oubrerie discusses a series of projects after an introduction by Michael Rotondi. Oubrerie's years of work with Le Corbusier...
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Oubrerie presents a project for repurposing a chapel into a community center in Houston. This focused on the relationship between...

Jos? Oubrerie

February 14, 1990 | Video Lecturer:

Jos? Oubrerie discusses a series of projects after an introduction by Michael Rotondi. Oubrerie’s years of work with Le Corbusier frames his own work, and he discusses various project elements that operate in dialogue with his master. He also discusses his work as a spatial dialogue which emphasizes the relationships between the preexisting natural and built forms.

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Oubrerie presents a project for repurposing a chapel into a community center in Houston. This focused on the relationship between the existing church and a small space between buildings with trees. In an urban infill project for Damascus, Syria, Oubrerie strove for continuity between inside and outside as one navigates the building.