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Peter Cook Part Two Procedures Or Some Favourite...
Peter Cook equates his inspirations to a child's favorite toys, stressing the need to have fun, remain curious, and strive to be...
Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In Play
Meejin Yoon and Eric H?weler are award winning practitioners of a "multidisciplinary practice, operating in the space between...
Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In...
Marcelo Spina introduces Meejin Yoon and Eric H?weler as among the most prominent practitioners of his generation. Spina...
Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In...
Meejin Yoon and Eric H?weler discuss the three notions of play that factor into their designs; play as a "cultural activity, as...
Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In...
Meejin Yoon and Eric H?weler discuss projects including Low Rez-Hi Fi an interactive public installation, and...
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Ming Fung and Craig Hodgetts discuss the importance of pride and craftsmanship in their work. They also stress the need to remain...
Peter Cook Metamorphose Actions Speak Louder Than Words
Peter Cook examines several projects he defines as exemplary examples of his design methodology. Using a set of twelve words,...
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Mark Rios presents a series of childcare center projects that share the same program but have generated very different buildings....

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Peter Cook equates his inspirations to a child’s favorite toys, stressing the need to have fun, remain curious, and strive to be “usefully daft.” he compares musical notation to architectural drawing. He discusses Las Vegas as an adult playground. He characterizes Toyo Ito as another architect to continues to play with architecture.


Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In Play

October 10, 2007 | Video Lecturer: ,
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Meejin Yoon and Eric H?weler are award winning practitioners of a “multidisciplinary practice, operating in the space between architecture, art, and landscape.” For this lecture Public Works: Projects In Play they discuss the three notions of play that factor into their designs; play as a “cultural activity, as materials coming together, and putting something in play.” These three notions are made clear through their presentation of several projects including White Noise White Light created for the 2004 Olympics in Athens, and Loop an unbuilt design for PS1 MOMA.

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Marcelo Spina introduces Meejin Yoon and Eric H?weler as among the most prominent practitioners of his generation. Spina emphasizes that they are part of a new tradition of materialism: they are not bound to material exploration but rather they bridge materialism and conceptual aspects of design.


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Meejin Yoon and Eric H?weler discuss the three notions of play that factor into their designs; play as a “cultural activity, as materials coming together, and putting something in play.” In the first half of this lecture they discuss projects including White Noise White Light, and 3 Degrees of Felt for the Guggenheim in New York.


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Ming Fung and Craig Hodgetts discuss the importance of pride and craftsmanship in their work. They also stress the need to remain playful and how their works tries to contain an air of whimsy to retain a certain lightness. They discuss technical and aesthetic aspects of their more recent work.


Peter Cook Metamorphose Actions Speak Louder Than Words

November 5, 1997 | Video Lecturer:
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Peter Cook examines several projects he defines as exemplary examples of his design methodology. Using a set of twelve words, Cook describes influences and inspirations that he believes have helped him evolve and mature as a continuing contributor to architectural discourse. Cook also speaks to the students, giving them a framework on how to question and redefine predetermined conceptions place design.

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February 19, 1997 | Video Lecturer:

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Mark Rios presents a series of childcare center projects that share the same program but have generated very different buildings. Rios discusses the emphasis on play and spatial experience in the designs as well as creating comfortable environments for the teachers and children, taking advantage of natural light, materials and layering of spaces.