Video Archive | Site planning (21)

SCIFI Symposium Other New Urbanisms Part One-clip_3394
Mia Lehrer describes her office and her interest in education and sustainability. She describes her L.A. River competition entry...
Peter Zellner Between Jobs-clip_3324
Peter Zellner discusses a project to renovate a shopping mall to accomodate a wider range of retailers. Zellner describes his...
Henry Cobb Eric Owen Moss Conversation
Eric Owen Moss and Henry Cobb discuss Cobb's extensive tower projects. Cobb talks about lessons he has learned from decades of...
Jesse Reiser-clip_4847
Introduced by Eric Moss, Jesse Reiser begins by discussing language, form, shape, and order. He presents his BMW distribution...
Jesse Reiser
Jesse Reiser begins by discussing language, form, shape, and order. He presents his BMW distribution factory, stressing...
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Jesse Reiser discusses several house designs in which he rethought the typical programmatic strategies. He emphasizes structure...
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Victoria Meyers presents a housing facility in Tribeca and a community center in Brooklyn, stressing different issues with the...
Eric Owen Moss Brother Can You Spare A Paradigm-clip_1090
Moss ends his lecture by asserting backwards thinking in respect to re-assemblage. He describes projects in Ibiza, New Mexico,...

Henry Cobb Eric Owen Moss Conversation

Eric Owen Moss and Henry Cobb discuss Cobb’s extensive tower projects. Cobb talks about lessons he has learned from decades of experience. The pair describe their working methods and general views toward mute form, urban planning, and the changing role of the tower. Cobb talks about his fascination with trying to make towers dance.

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Henry Cobb Eric Owen Moss Conversation-clip_4906
Henry Cobb Eric Owen Moss Conversation-clip_4906
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Eric Owen Moss and Henry Cobb, citing the Hagia Sophia as an example, discuss making new forms in contemporary contexts out of...
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Henry Cobb Eric Owen Moss Conversation-clip_4908
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Henry Cobb Eric Owen Moss Conversation-clip_4909
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Henry Cobb Eric Owen Moss Conversation-clip_4911

Jesse Reiser

March 20, 2002 | Video Lecturer:
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Jesse Reiser begins by discussing language, form, shape, and order. He presents his BMW distribution factory, stressing efficiency, siting, and structural tectonics. He discusses a proposal for a children’s museum in Pittsburgh, stressing the existing site conditions exploited in his design. Reiser characterizes his structural goal as defining and creating transparency. Reiser describes several other projects, focusing on their structure. Reiser discusses several house designs in which he rethought the typical programmatic strategies. He emphasizes structure as an important design technique, as well as, how material densities emerge into building materiality. This video ends abruptly.

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Jesse Reiser-clip_4847
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Jesse Reiser-clip_4849
Jesse Reiser discusses several house designs in which he rethought the typical programmatic strategies. He emphasizes structure...

Eric Owen Moss Brother Can You Spare A Paradigm-clip_1090

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Moss ends his lecture by asserting backwards thinking in respect to re-assemblage. He describes projects in Ibiza, New Mexico, France, and California as having multiple references to form and space though intertwining layers relative to site, history, vectors, and scale. Moss ends his lecture by thanking several people he felt had contributed an exceptional amount of help.