Video Archive | Relationships (8)

Julie Eizenberg Architecture Isn’t Just For Special...
Julie Eizenberg, founding principal of Koning Eizenberg Architecture, focuses on architectural context and relationships. She...
Julie Eizenberg Architecture Isn’t Just For Special...
Ming Fung introduces Julie Eizenberg, who presents her competition entry for the renovation of the Huntington Hartford Museum...
Julie Eizenberg Architecture Isn’t Just For Special...
Julie Eizenberg presents her design for a civic development in Lake Elsinore, California. It was submitted in a competition in...
Julie Eizenberg Architecture Isn’t Just For Special...
Julie Eizenberg presents her project for the 2008 Venice Biennale called Off-Center and On-Line.
Julie Eizenberg Architecture Isn’t Just For Special...
During the question and answer section of her lecture, Julie Eizenberg elaborates on the Venice Biennale project, its outcome,...
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Landesberg and Quatrale discuss their contributions to the Olympic Dream Project in Atlanta, Georgia. The series of homes...
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Hodgetts and Fung discuss the difficulties of creating architectural dialogues when working within different cultures and value...
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Thom Mayne introduces Steven Holl, noting their participation in various presentations and juries. Holl explains his intent to...

Julie Eizenberg Architecture Isn’t Just For Special Occasions

October 1, 2008 | Video Lecturer:
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Julie Eizenberg, founding principal of Koning Eizenberg Architecture, focuses on architectural context and relationships. She favors an exploratory architectural approach, and likens it to artists who see art as an “opportunity to fail.” She argues that architects tend to avoid context, so she presents three projects that deal directly with it.

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Landesberg and Quatrale discuss their contributions to the Olympic Dream Project in Atlanta, Georgia. The series of homes proposed and constructed were intended to serve as a modesty screen between a troubled neighborhood/parking lot and the Olympic stadium. By means of the project Bows & Beaus, they sought to explore “veluptuousness” in barriers. Through exploration of materiality and technique, tactility and architecture, they found feminine qualities. While “tying the knot” is a sign of ultimate affection, excess beyond the knot is necessary for structural stability. Their project sought to legitimize itself, as a child seeks legitimacy, through challenging of hierarchical norms. The Adam’s Eyeball retirement home project, incorporates elements of liquification and eye characteristics and relationships between the building and its surroundings.


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October 13, 1993 | Video Lecturer: ,

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Hodgetts and Fung discuss the difficulties of creating architectural dialogues when working within different cultures and value systems, while discussing design as a collaborative process. Hodgetts discusses the relationship between automotive design and architecture and the importance of the utilization of ergonomic relationships of human scale. Projects were driven by compression of information and space, taking advantage of the manipulation of conventional scale in order to provide a different reading.


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November 18, 1987 | Video Lecturer:

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Thom Mayne introduces Steven Holl, noting their participation in various presentations and juries. Holl explains his intent to present a work that has taken most of the previous year to complete. This work is primarily in the form of a text of which Holl reads an abbreviated version. The text is in four sections: Space and Parallex Projection; Corrolational Charts; Semi-automatic Programming; Matter and Tactility. These themes form a methodology.