Video Archive | Museum (12)

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...
Yung Ho Chang
Yung Ho Chang explains there are two types of projects; THE projects which are iconic buildings and The Other projects which are...
Greg Walsh Backgrounds For Art Creating Coherent Context
Greg Walsh reviews his extensive experience in exhibition design, focusing on how he takes inspiration from the work and the...
Greg Walsh Backgrounds For Art Creating Coherent...
Greg Walsh reviews his background, personal ideology and passion for curating exhibitions. He characterizes himself as being...
Greg Walsh Backgrounds For Art Creating Coherent...
Greg Walsh talks about his experience designing gallery installations with Frank O. Gehry. He discusses their tendency use the...
Greg Walsh Backgrounds For Art Creating Coherent...
Greg Walsh continues discussing how the content can suggest appropriate exhibition plans. Walsh discusses gallery scales and...
Stanley Tigerman-clip_3401
Stanley Tigerman talks about several of his public projects, including several schools and museums. He describes his design...
Gunther Domenig Structures That Fit My Nature-clip_3348
Domenig gives a detailed description of his documentation center in the Nazi Congress Hall in Nuremberg. While leaving most of...

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.

 

Clips

SCIFI Symposium Other New Urbanisms Part One-clip_3392
SCIFI Symposium Other New Urbanisms Part One-clip_3392
SCIFI Symposium Other New Urbanisms Part One-clip_3394
SCIFI Symposium Other New Urbanisms Part One-clip_3394
SCIFI Symposium Other New Urbanisms Part One-clip_3395
SCIFI Symposium Other New Urbanisms Part One-clip_3395
Andrew Zago discusses his relationship to the Future Initiatives program, and explores the implementation of architecture in an...

Yung Ho Chang

October 28, 2009 |
Introduction by:

Yung Ho Chang explains there are two types of projects; THE projects which are iconic buildings and The Other projects which are small and local. He shows examples of both types including THE projects such as a house made of laminated wood and rammed earth, and a software building designed as a “living environment.” For Other projects, Chang talks about a transparent structural unit with bamboo veneer for the Venice Biennale, and an art project for the Victoria & Albert Museum in London using plastic paving blocks. Chang considers plastic forms as a “major, major building material” for the future. He talks about a folding privacy screen traditionally made with a wood frame and rice paper which he has redesigned with Formica to replace both wood and rice paper. Chang shows his design for the upcoming Shanghai Corporate Pavilion for the Shanghai World Expo. He cites the Centre Pompidou as the source of inspiration for the design. He describes the functions of the building for the World Expo as “performing architecture.”

Clips

Yung Ho Chang-clip_9376
Yung Ho Chang-clip_9376
Eric Owen Moss begins his introduction of Yung Ho Chang by quoting a passage from Italo Calvino's Invisible Cities,...
Yung Ho Chang-clip_9377
Yung Ho Chang-clip_9377
Yung Ho Chang-clip_9379
Yung Ho Chang-clip_9379
Yung Ho Chang-clip_9380
Yung Ho Chang-clip_9380

Greg Walsh Backgrounds For Art Creating Coherent Context

Greg Walsh reviews his extensive experience in exhibition design, focusing on how he takes inspiration from the work and the space to create organization, hierarchy
and circulation. He outlines practices in exhibit curation, as well as, ideas about context, light, material, and communicating history.

Clips

Greg Walsh Backgrounds For Art Creating Coherent...
Greg Walsh Backgrounds For Art Creating Coherent Context-clip_2680
Greg Walsh reviews his background, personal ideology and passion for curating exhibitions. He characterizes himself as being...
Greg Walsh Backgrounds For Art Creating Coherent...
Greg Walsh Backgrounds For Art Creating Coherent Context-clip_2681
Greg Walsh Backgrounds For Art Creating Coherent...
Greg Walsh Backgrounds For Art Creating Coherent Context-clip_2682
Greg Walsh continues discussing how the content can suggest appropriate exhibition plans. Walsh discusses gallery scales and...
Greg Walsh Backgrounds For Art Creating Coherent...
Greg Walsh Backgrounds For Art Creating Coherent Context-clip_2683

Greg Walsh Backgrounds For Art Creating Coherent Context-clip_2681

Subclip

Greg Walsh talks about his experience designing gallery installations with Frank O. Gehry. He discusses their tendency use the subject or the work to inspire the conceptual framework for the exhibition. Walsh reviews several exhibitions designed with Gehry and on his own.


Stanley Tigerman-clip_3401

View the Full Video: Stanley Tigerman
March 8, 2006 | Video Lecturer:

Subclip

Stanley Tigerman talks about several of his public projects, including several schools and museums. He describes his design concepts and how he deals with the specific programmatic needs of children, families and the disabled. While talking about the design for a Holocaust exhibition, he discusses how the programs influence the space.


Gunther Domenig Structures That Fit My Nature-clip_3348

Subclip

Domenig gives a detailed description of his documentation center in the Nazi Congress Hall in Nuremberg. While leaving most of the structure of the building untouched, Domenig altered the circulation dramatically by inserting a spear through the building. He also added a gallery on the roof, which gives visitors a perspective on the building different from what was intended by the Nazis.