Video Archive | Policies (15)

David Bergman Planning In Five Dimensions-clip_4959
David Bergman talks about the parameter of time as a pathway for urban development. When speaking about the parameter of volume,...
Cleantech Corridor Competition Symposium-clip_3936
Peter Zellner describes the Cleantech Corridor competition's objectives, intentions, and ambitions. Los Angeles mayor Antonio...
SciFI Symposium The City After The Economy-clip_3819
David Bergman discusses the situation of housing, and its lack of demand. He argues that political policy follows demand and...
Make It New Downtown Symposium
Eric Owen Moss introduces panelists Tom Gilmore, Con Howe, Jonathan Kelves, Jan Perry, and Dan Rosenfeld as people who will shape...
Make It New Downtown Symposium-clip_4965
The panelists repond to questions about L.A.'s neighborhoods, high-density commercial corridors, and balancing density with...
Jesse Reiser-clip_2472
Reiser follows his lecture with a question and answer session where he elaborates some remarks from The New Fineness,...
The Next L. A. Con Howe And Emily Gamoff
Con Howe discusses the image of Los Angeles, contrasting Los Angeles policy issues with New York City's policy issues. Emily...
The Next L. A. Con Howe And Emily Gamoff-clip_4615
Con Howe discusses the image of Los Angeles, contrasting Los Angeles policy issues with New York City's policy issues.

David Bergman Planning In Five Dimensions-clip_4959

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David Bergman talks about the parameter of time as a pathway for urban development. When speaking about the parameter of volume, Bergman stresses how floor area ratios and zoning envelopes are manipulated by capital and commerce. He contrasts urban growth over time in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Butte, and Detroit.


Cleantech Corridor Competition Symposium-clip_3936

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Peter Zellner describes the Cleantech Corridor competition’s objectives, intentions, and ambitions. Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa outlines his administration’s sustainable policy initiatives, and encourages continued input, especially from students, to refine them.


SciFI Symposium The City After The Economy-clip_3819

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David Bergman discusses the situation of housing, and its lack of demand. He argues that political policy follows demand and suggests maybe if it were the other way around, architecture might begin to influence urban development. Panelists conclude by answering questions about growth, emerging economcies, and future projections.


Make It New Downtown Symposium

Eric Owen Moss introduces panelists Tom Gilmore, Con Howe, Jonathan Kelves, Jan Perry, and Dan Rosenfeld as people who will shape the future of Los Angeles. The group begins talking about the idea of memory and the effect the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks will have on the future direction of architecture, and what might happen at the Lower Manhattan site. The panelists discuss Los Angeles and the culture that defines the city. Moss describes SCI-Arc’s decision to move downtown, as an opportunity to get more deeply involved in the community. The panelists contrast “revitalization” as it is understood by architects and as it is understood by communities. The group talks about the availability of open, “fill-in” space in downtown Los Angeles, and the importance of a reliable public transit system. e panelists debate Los Angeles’s lack of center. They speculate about the effect of well established mass transportation and the boundaries of downtown Los Angeles. They conclude with a discussion of the experimental work of SCI-Arc students, stressing the importance in continuing a passionate pursuit of the art.

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Make It New Downtown Symposium-clip_4961
Make It New Downtown Symposium-clip_4961
Eric Owen Moss introduces panelists Tom Gilmore, Con Howe, Jan Perry, and Dan Rosenfeld as people who will shape the future of...
Make It New Downtown Symposium-clip_4962
Make It New Downtown Symposium-clip_4962
Make It New Downtown Symposium-clip_4963
Make It New Downtown Symposium-clip_4963
Make It New Downtown Symposium-clip_4964
Make It New Downtown Symposium-clip_4964
The panelists debate Los Angeles's lack of center. They speculate about the effect of well established mass transportation and...
Make It New Downtown Symposium-clip_4965
Make It New Downtown Symposium-clip_4965

Jesse Reiser-clip_2472

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March 29, 2000 | Video Lecturer:

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Reiser follows his lecture with a question and answer session where he elaborates some remarks from The New Fineness, describing a feedback model which begins with the finer grain of organization which expands into a larger organizational scheme. He touches on the relationship between design and public policy. He describes a method which starts with design and moves toward policy concerns so as not to lead invariably toward a physical representation of a graph or policy.


The Next L. A. Con Howe And Emily Gamoff

Con Howe discusses the image of Los Angeles, contrasting Los Angeles policy issues with New York City’s policy issues. Emily Gamoff describes the original rail line that served the region. She also explains how zoning is making it harder and harder to establish logical, serviceable transit corridors for the public. She discusses new zoning options and how they will impact the Metro Rail proposal for Los Angeles.

 

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The Next L. A. Con Howe And Emily Gamoff-clip_4409
The Next L. A. Con Howe And Emily Gamoff-clip_4409
The Next L. A. Con Howe And Emily Gamoff-clip_4410
The Next L. A. Con Howe And Emily Gamoff-clip_4410
The Next L. A. Con Howe And Emily Gamoff-clip_4615
The Next L. A. Con Howe And Emily Gamoff-clip_4615