Video Archive | Movement (20)

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John Enright discusses the design for a local parochial school. He describes the site, some of the constraints, and a few of the...
Stephen Phillips Kiesler’s Robots-clip_5835
Todd Gannon joins Stephen Phillips to discuss the nature of Kiesler's work and his impact on architecture. They credit Kiesler...
Margaret Griffin
Margaret Griffin of Griffin Enright presents recent built, proposed and conceptual work. She begins with a discussion of their...
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Griffin continues her lecture with a presentation of several residential projects. She describes her goal as invigorating the...
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Henry Cobb and Eric Owen Moss discuss architecture in terms of power. They talk about maneuverability of architects. Cobb ends by...
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De Landa describes “intensive thinking” as an essential part of Deleuze’s thought.
Wolf Prix Eric Moss Richard Weinstein Shoulder To...
Richard Weinstein moderates a conversation between Eric Moss and Wolf Prix on the current role of the architecture school,...
Wolf Prix Eric Moss Richard Weinstein Shoulder To...
After a quick introduction, the Wolf Prix, Richard Weinstein and Eric Owen Moss talk about each other's work, and the role of an...

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John Enright discusses the design for a local parochial school. He describes the site, some of the constraints, and a few of the consequences of the project. He also discusses an unbuilt design for a Boys and Girls club facility in Boyle Heights, where the morphology of the existing building influenced the design. Enright covers the grass installation in the SCI-Arc gallery as well as a entry in a competition for a vertical garden next to the Schindler House.


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Todd Gannon joins Stephen Phillips to discuss the nature of Kiesler’s work and
his impact on architecture. They credit Kiesler with being the first to insist on the value of architectural ideas that aren’t realized. They discuss Kiesler’s obsession with control, always to the service of the corporate good, and the social and political implications of this view.


Margaret Griffin

November 12, 2010 | Video Lecturer:
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Margaret Griffin of Griffin Enright presents recent built, proposed and conceptual work. She begins with a discussion of their methodology. Griffin discusses her interest in “groundform,” the relationship of architecture to movement, and strategies for achieving working successfully within site and budgetary constraints.

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Griffin continues her lecture with a presentation of several residential projects. She describes her goal as invigorating the...
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Griffin concludes with a discussion of several institutional projects. A proposal for a SCI-Arc Cafe employs a mobile element...

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November 12, 2010 | Video Lecturer:

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Griffin continues her lecture with a presentation of
several residential projects. She describes her goal as invigorating the residential context. She discusses site constraints and strategies to expand the impression of volume within a small plot and minimal footprint. She discusses exploiting the interface between view and programmatic organization to intensify movement through the architecture. She illustrates this with projects that frame different views, draw visitors through the space, and connect the interior and exterior.


Wolf Prix Eric Moss Richard Weinstein Shoulder To Shoulder Back To Back

Richard Weinstein moderates a conversation between Eric Moss and Wolf Prix on the current role of the architecture school, teacher, and student. The three discuss architectural ideas such as, movement, the part to whole relationships, architectural meaning, urban planning, and symbolism. They begin and end with images intended to depict their accomplishments and design methodologies.

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After a quick introduction, the Wolf Prix, Richard Weinstein and Eric Owen Moss talk about each other's work, and the role of an...
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Wolf Prix and Eric Moss discuss the role of the architect in contemporary society. They discuss the typology of the museum and...
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After a quick introduction, the Wolf Prix, Richard Weinstein and Eric Owen Moss talk about each other’s work, and the role of an architectural school in contemporary times. Moss begins the discussion by presenting a series of images illustrating how he thinks as a designer. Moss discusses part to whole relationships, movement in space, and spaces that can not be photographed.