Video Archive | Mixed use (15)

Herwig Baumgartner & Scott Uriu Familiar And The...
Under the category of Edges, Scott Uriu and Herwig Baumgartner discuss projects including a public art project for Sunset...
Eric Owen Moss-clip_1901
Moss presents the Hayden Tower, the Art Tower/Samitaur Tower, and the Jefferson Tower.
Oliver Lang-clip_2532
Oliver Lang presents a competition for a multi-program development in Dallas, an architecture school in Valparaiso, Chile, and a...
Ted Smith-clip_5169
Ted Smith presents an ongoing residential project that turns what would otherwise be the parking structure into loft units and...
Rients Dijkstra-clip_4330
The train station in Utrecht, Holland's largest, already included a shopping mall, and Dijkstra was hired to add housing and...
Jon Jerde-clip_5312
Jon Jerde presents a series of projects built around the world. He describes his projects in Japan, including Canal City Hakata...
Hak Sik Son-clip_5451
Hak Sik Son presents a mixed-use project with multiple sources of funding and lending. The building is situated on a very tight...
The Next L. A. Con Howe And Emily Gamoff-clip_4410
Emily Gamoff describes L. A.'s proposed public rail system. She discusses the layering of diversity that creates uniqueness and...

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Under the category of Edges, Scott Uriu and Herwig Baumgartner
discuss projects including a public art project for Sunset Junction in Los Angeles (2011), a pedestrian bridge in Amsterdam (2012), the OTT Winery (2011), the Frank/Kim house (2006), the Taipei Performing Arts Center (2008), and a mixed-use development in Downey (2009).


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April 5, 2004 | Video Lecturer:

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Oliver Lang presents a competition for a multi-program development in Dallas, an architecture school in Valparaiso, Chile, and a feasibility study for a Museum of Extreme Culture (MOX). Lang discusses the methodologies of design for these projects, stressing his interest in the flexibility of spaces and functions and efficient fabrication methods.


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March 21, 2001 | Video Lecturer:

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Ted Smith presents an ongoing residential project that turns what would otherwise be the parking structure into loft units and placing the parking on the roof. He answers questions from the audience, describing the benefit of being the developer, architect, and contractor is the ability to finance projects with little or no money down. This process realizes slightly more profit, but, on the other hand, diminishes collaborative opportunities.


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September 15, 1999 | Video Lecturer:

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The train station in Utrecht, Holland’s largest, already included a shopping mall, and Dijkstra was hired to add housing and office space. Dijkstra argued that a tower could only be justified by nice views, which wouldn’t exist from that site. Therefore he designed a low,
multistory rectangular massing the length of the train station. This allowed for better access to light and views to the city at the urban level, not from above.


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October 28, 1998 | Video Lecturer:

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Jon Jerde presents a series of projects built around the world. He describes his projects in Japan, including Canal City Hakata in Fukuoka, which included water and nature in a mixed-use center. Jerde examines the development of Universal
CityWalk, stressing the establishment of a formal language that responds to the context of Los Angeles. He documents a master-planning project for the island of Mallorca, noting the historical context, geography, and the process of collaboration with a local architect.


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March 27, 1996 | Video Lecturer:

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Hak Sik Son presents a mixed-use project with multiple sources of funding and lending. The building is situated on a very tight site and employs a roof terrace for open space in addition to small balconies for residential units. He discusses the design problem of maximizing units allowed on the site. Hak Sik Son then presents an apartment project in Korea to house scientists on a research campus. The overall space would include 500 units, but a variety of types, from high rise to bungalow. The project includes extensive landscaping to create public spaces. He continues with several additional large scale development planning proposals.


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Emily Gamoff describes L. A.’s proposed public rail system. She discusses the layering of diversity that creates uniqueness and complications for the planning process. She discusses the types of housing represented in the city, and the rail system will create growth in the areas surrounding it. She ends with a brief question and answer session about changing images of urban environments.