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SCIFI Symposium Other New Urbanisms Part One
SCI-Arc's Future Initiatives program hosts a symposium on the possibilities and pitfalls of innovative and contemporary...
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Peter Zellner and David Bergman introduce some of the general topics of the symposium. David Fletcher discusses how urban...
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Mia Lehrer describes her office and her interest in education and sustainability. She describes her L.A. River competition entry...
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Kevin Starr describes the earliest U.S. settlements in Los Angeles. To clarify the development and infrastructure patterns of Los...
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Laurie Hawkinson discusses their L. A. Arts Park competition proposal that aimed to create a cultural park in the Sepulveda Flood...

SCIFI Symposium Other New Urbanisms Part One

SCI-Arc’s Future Initiatives program hosts a symposium on the possibilities and pitfalls of innovative and contemporary approaches to city making. David Bergman and Peter Zellner moderate; David Fletcher, Mia Lehrer, and Andrew Zago present their work; Orhan Ayy?ce and Sylvia Lavin respond. The panelists discuss their recent L.A. River competition entries which map local conditions to generate design elements, trying to predict the future.

 

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Andrew Zago discusses his relationship to the Future Initiatives program, and explores the implementation of architecture in an...

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Peter Zellner and David Bergman introduce some of the general topics of the symposium. David Fletcher discusses how urban planning and urban renewal inform his work. He describes his L. A. River competition entry as a system of networks, generating an argument, and forecasting the future.