Video Archive | Part-to-whole (14)

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Sanford Kwinter uses the example of watering holes in Africa to argue that animals have the ability to communicate non-verbally...
Peter Cook The Lost Art Of Architectural Composition Part...
Peter Cook discusses mobile architecture and his passion for projects that investigate human involvement. He describes the...
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The panelists reflect of the recent death of Raimund Abraham. They discuss his philosophical style and methodology, and his...
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The jury discussion discusses contemporary Los Angeles urban planning, infrastructure, different modes of transit and their...
Greg Lynn You’ll See It When You Know It
Greg Lynn based the title of this lecture You'll see it when you know it on a quote by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Potter...
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...
Jeffrey Kipnis
Margi Reeve presents Hernan Diaz Alonso, who introduces Jeffrey Kipnis. Kipnis discusses his take on the part-to-whole...

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Sanford Kwinter uses the example of watering holes in Africa to argue that animals have the ability to communicate non-verbally to the entire population of a specific environment. The balance and distribution of stress and tensions can be read as form and order.


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Peter Cook discusses mobile architecture and his passion for projects that investigate human involvement. He describes the freedom to create part to whole relationships in contemporary architecture. Cook stresses simplicity, style, and similarity, illustrating them with an entry in a tower competition.


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The jury discussion discusses contemporary Los Angeles urban planning, infrastructure, different modes of transit and their impact on the city’s development.


Greg Lynn You’ll See It When You Know It

April 8, 2008 |
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Greg Lynn based the title of this lecture You’ll see it when you know it on a quote by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart regarding pornography. A self-described contrarian, Lynn explains his approach to design through a series of projects, which correlate to his design vocabulary of architecture, technology, audience, taste, and sensibility. From Alessi flatware to the Slavin House, Lynn shows how he finds what he’s looking for when he knows what he wants to see.

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Greg Lynn explains his version of minimalism as doing things in fewer steps, with fewer materials, that get assembled in...

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.


Jeffrey Kipnis

March 20, 2002 | Video Lecturer:
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Margi Reeve presents Hernan Diaz Alonso, who introduces Jeffrey Kipnis. Kipnis discusses his take on the part-to-whole relationship that plagues every era of architecture, in both practice and theory. He breaks down a contemporary history of group-to-individual relations while discussing how differing mediums can cause different irreducible effects in the observer. Kipnis outlines his views of architecture’s future in emergent properties and design intelligence.

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Jeff Kipnis continues his discussion about part-to-whole relationships. Using works by Jeff Koons, Peter Eisenman, and other,...
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