Video Archive | Furniture (45)

Florencia Pita & Jackilin Bloom...
Jackilin Bloom discusses projects with Florencia Pita, including the Keelung Port Terminal (2012), a modified Ikea stool for...
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Diaz-Granados discusses a range of projects, from the C-Hub boardroom table in the Kappe Library to a bicycle infrastructure for...
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Decq shows a project to modify a mega-yacht by including a continuous surface deck as well as internal organization. She creates...
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Stephen Slaughter discusses a studio he taught in which students created shelters at the Burning Man festival. He describes the...
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Stephen Slaughter discusses his engagement in the community and activist aspirations. He talks about his passion for an...
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MacFarlane briefly reviews a series of recent projects, including a competition entry for the World Trade Center in New York,...
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Brendan MacFarlane discusses a series of projects designed in his office Jakob+MacFarlane. He documents the design and...
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Gottardi describes the “Prado y Neptuno” restaurant in detail, covering the architecture, interior design and furniture...

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Jackilin Bloom discusses projects with Florencia Pita, including the Keelung Port Terminal (2012), a modified Ikea stool for LAXArt. Pita describes a project for a park in Chengdu, and a design for a swimming pool. Bloom describes another competition for a park in San Francisco, Maribor’s Land of Gables (2013), the Taichung Cultural Center (2013). Pita concludes with an in-depth discussion of their 2014 proposal for P.S. 1 as the culmination of their interest in color, printing and 2.5-D form.


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October 12, 2011 | Video Lecturer:

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Decq shows a project to modify a mega-yacht by including a continuous surface deck as well as internal organization. She creates a seamless integration of programmed elements on the deck with the surface itself and inlays windows which provide light below during the day and create lighting effects during the night. Decq presents a series of images showing her strategy for flexible partitioning of the cabin spaces. She then shows a series of furniture designs including a bar and seating for the UNESCO headquarters in Paris.


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Stephen Slaughter discusses a studio he taught in which students created shelters at the Burning Man festival. He describes the renovation of a house that represents the culture of the occupants and the history of the site. He presents a video that offers an African-American history of Watts and its culture.


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October 29, 2003 | Video Lecturer:

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MacFarlane briefly reviews a series of recent projects, including a competition entry for the World Trade Center in New York, which employs an electronic skin displaying messages. He presents a competition project for 100 new apartments in Paris. He concludes by discussing his office’s interest in furniture design, which he describes as an extension of their architecture projects.


Brendan MacFarlane

Brendan MacFarlane discusses a series of projects designed in his office Jakob+MacFarlane. He documents the design and construction of “Le George,” a rooftop restaurant for the Centre Pompidou. He reviews two large-scale projects in Paris: an museum of non-Western cultures and a communications center for French car-maker Renault. He then describes the genesis of a house in Corsica, a smalle-scale project for a vast site. MacFarlane gives a brief overview of a series of projects including a competition entry for the World Trade Center in New York and concludes with a furniture design project.

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MacFarlane documents the design for a house in Corsica. He first describes his interactions with the client, citing the client's...

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June 18, 2003 | Video Lecturer:

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Gottardi describes the “Prado y Neptuno” restaurant in detail, covering the architecture, interior design and furniture design. Gottardi argues that enriching the analysis enriches the projects, i.e. gets more immersed in Cuban culture, and as a consequence he enriches himself. The discussion after the lecture is mostly in Spanish.