Video Archive | Housing (49)

Fernando Romero
Fernando Romero discusses his work in Mexico, the U.S., China and Japan, including an enclosed bridge between El Paso, Texas and...
Oliver Lang-clip_2533
Oliver Lang presents a prefab housing proposal, a marketing centre, a school competition in Chile and a competition for a...
Steven Holl Compression-clip_3020
Steven Holl describes several competitions, including Venice's Palazzo del Cinema and MIT student dormitories, as attempts to...
Joep van Lieshout
Dutch artist, designer, and sculptor, Joep van Lieshout discusses his work. He considers himself an artist, i.e. “someone who...
Josep Llu?s Mateo-clip_4791
Josep Llu?s Mateo characterizes his career as focused on the design and construction of new models of housing. Mateo describes a...
Josep Llu?s Mateo-clip_4792
Josep Llu?s Mateo describes a housing project in Amsterdam composed of high density single family units, stressing the roof as a...
Josep Llu?s Mateo-clip_4796
Josep Llu?s Mateo presents three housing projects. The first demonstrates an interest in prefabrication and construction...
Josep Llu?s Mateo
Josep Llu?s Mateo characterizes his career as focused on the design and construction of new models of housing. Mateo describes a...

Fernando Romero

Fernando Romero discusses his work in Mexico, the U.S., China and Japan, including an enclosed bridge between El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Mexico, a bridge with a tea house in Jinhua, China, the Immigration Museum in San Diego, the Holocaust Museum in El Paso, a recent private residence in Mexico, and a 34 story housing tower in Santa Fe, Mexico. He argues that “parallel lines and parallel columns makes a glass house typical of the Latin American modernity.”For him, “Architecture is a translation process.”

 


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April 5, 2004 | Video Lecturer:

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Oliver Lang presents a prefab housing proposal, a marketing centre, a school competition in Chile and a competition for a monument and bridges in a new town near Beijing, China. Lang’s projects demonstrate his interest in pre-fabrication and mass-customization while simultaneously allowing choice and differentiation.


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September 11, 2003 | Video Lecturer:

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Steven Holl describes several competitions, including Venice’s Palazzo del Cinema and MIT student dormitories, as attempts to compress time and scale through architectural devices. Holl describes how irreducible objects might influence concept and form simultaneously. He describes how he strives for scaleless forms and anti-contextual architecture through programmatic integration.


Joep van Lieshout

January 23, 2002 |
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Dutch artist, designer, and sculptor, Joep van Lieshout discusses his work. He considers himself an artist, i.e. “someone who cannot stop doing what he’s doing … someone who follows his intuition and feelings.” Van Lieshout discusses some large installations, including a self-contained mobile home unit, and mobile trucks. He affirms that sexual objects are an important part of his work. He describes learning how to butcher meat, and shows several collaborations with Rem Koolhaas, including bars, sanitary units, and wash stands for the Grand Palais in Lille (1994).


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April 11, 2001 | Video Lecturer:

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Josep Llu?s Mateo characterizes his career as focused on the design and construction of new models of housing. Mateo describes a series of residential projects as being concerned with protection, the relationship between inside and outside, tensions between private and public space, and the effect of housing on urban structures.


Josep Llu?s Mateo

April 11, 2001 | Video Lecturer:
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Josep Llu?s Mateo characterizes his career as focused on the design and construction of new models of housing. Mateo describes a series of residential projects as being concerned with protection, the relationship between inside and outside, tensions between private and public space, and the effect of housing on urban structures. He describes a housing project in Amsterdam composed of high density single family units, stressing the roof as a domestic landscape. He presents three unbuilt competition entries, three housing projects, and a convention center in Barcelona. He explains that all of these projects deal with nature, their sites, and contextual relationships.

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Josep Llu?s Mateo characterizes his career as focused on the design and construction of new models of housing. Mateo describes a...
Josep Llu?s Mateo-clip_4792
Josep Llu?s Mateo-clip_4792
Josep Llu?s Mateo describes a housing project in Amsterdam composed of high density single family units, stressing the roof as a...
Josep Llu?s Mateo-clip_4794
Josep Llu?s Mateo-clip_4794
Josep Llu?s Mateo-clip_4796
Josep Llu?s Mateo-clip_4796
Josep Llu?s Mateo presents three housing projects. The first demonstrates an interest in prefabrication and construction...
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Josep Llu?s Mateo-clip_4797