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Peter Cook equates his inspirations to a child's favorite toys, stressing the need to have fun, remain curious, and strive to be...
Peter Cook Part Two Procedures Or Some Favourite...
Cook maintains that one of the most important aspects of architecture is the ongoing global conversation about it. He lays down...
Peter Cook Part Two Procedures Or Some Favourite...
Peter Cook describes how he continues to look for innovative ways of deploying architecture. Cook contrasts places that seek out...
Peter Cook Part Two Procedures Or Some Favourite Things
Peter Cook equates his inspirations to a child's favorite toys, stressing the need to have fun, remain curious, and strive to be...
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Brendan MacFarlane discusses more projects, including the Frac Centre in Orleans, the Taipei Performing Arts Center, and the...
London Eight Curated By Peter Cook
Eric Owen Moss engages the participants in "London Eight" to discuss the exhibit and their work. Peter Cook explains that he...
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Eric Owen Moss introduces some of the issues raised by the work exhibited in "London Eight."
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Peter Cook explains that he invited five architects who teach at the Bartlett to exhibit. Each architect was additionally asked...

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Peter Cook equates his inspirations to a child’s favorite toys, stressing the need to have fun, remain curious, and strive to be “usefully daft.” he compares musical notation to architectural drawing. He discusses Las Vegas as an adult playground. He characterizes Toyo Ito as another architect to continues to play with architecture.


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Cook maintains that one of the most important aspects of architecture is the ongoing global conversation about it. He lays down as a rule that the most important thing an architect can do is hang out with “the right people.” Cook talks about competition that promotes discovery instead of hindering progress.


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Peter Cook describes how he continues to look for innovative ways of deploying architecture. Cook contrasts places that seek out stimulation, and places that avoid it. He notes how the terms “weird” and “strange” are appropriate definitions of schools like the Bartlett and SCI-Arc.


Peter Cook Part Two Procedures Or Some Favourite Things

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Peter Cook equates his inspirations to a child’s favorite toys, stressing the need to have fun, remain curious, and strive to be “usefully daft.” he compares musical notation to architectural drawing. He discusses Las Vegas as an adult playground. He characterizes Toyo Ito as another architect to continues to play with architecture. Cook discusses architecture as “other than as a solid object.” He describes the intentions of architecture and certain ingredients that make it more socially responsible than other forms of art. Cook discusses Japanese history and culture. Cook maintains that one of the most important aspects of architecture is the ongoing global conversation about it. He lays down as a rule that the most important thing an architect can do is hang out with “the right people.” Cook talks about competition that promotes discovery instead of hindering progress. Cook describes how he continues to look for innovative ways of deploying architecture. Cook contrasts places that seek out stimulation, and places that avoid it. He notes how the terms “weird” and “strange” are appropriate definitions of schools like the Bartlett and SCI-Arc.

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Peter Cook discusses architecture as "other than as a solid object." He describes the intentions of architecture and certain...
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Cook maintains that one of the most important aspects of architecture is the ongoing global conversation about it. He lays down...
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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.


London Eight Curated By Peter Cook

Eric Owen Moss engages the participants in “London Eight” to discuss the exhibit and their work. Peter Cook explains that he invited five architects who teach at the Bartlett to exhibit. Each architect was additionally asked to select a prot?g? who they had mentored at the Bartlett to exhibit alongside them. The pairings consisted of architects Marjan Colletti & Marcos Cruz with prot?g? Yusef Al-Mehdari; architect CJ Lim with prot?g? Pascal Bronner; architects Mark Smout & Laura Allen with prot?g? Johan Hybschmann. The discussion touches on digital design, pedagogy, “indulgent” formal objects and drawing.

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Peter Cook explains that he invited five architects who teach at the Bartlett to exhibit. Each architect was additionally asked to select a prot?g? who they had mentored at the Bartlett to exhibit alongside them. The pairings consisted of architects Marjan Colletti & Marcos Cruz with prot?g? Yusef Al-Mehdari; architect CJ Lim with prot?g? Pascal Bronner; architects Mark Smout & Laura Allen with prot?g? Johan Hybschmann. The discussion touches on digital design, pedagogy, “indulgent” formal objects and drawing.