Video Archive | Space (59)

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Roden talks about his audio-visual works with architectural implications. Here he describes the audio recordings that he made in...
Steve Roden-clip_547
Roden concludes his lecture by talking about a project he had been working on at the time of this lecture. Here Roden describes...
Hitoshi Abe-clip_1295
Hitoshi Abe declares that he seeks architecture that functions as an interface between human and environment, much like a...
Odile Decq-clip_1711
Odile Decq presents numerous projects, mostly across Europe, but also in China and the U.S. Decq discusses her use of color,...
Odile Decq-clip_1722
Odile Decq presents numerous projects, mostly across Europe, but also in China and the U.S. Decq discusses her use of color,...
Odile Decq-clip_1729
Odile Decq presents numerous projects, mostly across Europe, but also in China and the U.S. Decq discusses her use of color,...
Odile Decq-clip_1731
Odile Decq presents numerous projects, mostly across Europe, but also in China and the U.S. Decq discusses her use of color,...
Odile Decq
Odile Decq presents numerous projects, mostly in Europe, but also in China and the U.S. Decq discusses her use of color, oblique...

Steve Roden-clip_542

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March 28, 2007 | Video Lecturer:

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Roden talks about his audio-visual works with architectural implications. Here he describes the audio recordings that he made in and for the Schindler House, which, when played back in certain areas of the property gave the listener an abstract sense of the space. He also describes projects inspired by Wallace Neff’s airform dome work, the Serpentine Gallery by Alvaro Siza Vieira, and a church by Dimitri Pikionis. In one of the rare occasions that Roden worked with others, he describes a full-scale installation done with Caltech engineers.


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March 28, 2007 | Video Lecturer:

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Roden concludes his lecture by talking about a project he had been working on at the time of this lecture. Here Roden describes how he goes back to generative modeling, but has aspirations for the process to work at an architectural scale. This project was indirectly a continuation of his project with the Caltech engineers, about which he admits his dissatisfaction.


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January 31, 2007 | Video Lecturer: ,

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Hitoshi Abe declares that he seeks architecture that functions as an interface between human and environment, much like a skateboard for a skateboarder. Abe discusses his idea of form, which is not bound by symbolic meaning, but is responsive to its environment. He highlights his concept of form with a project for a bridge handrail, which graced the bridge with symbolism without referring to any specific iconography.


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October 25, 2006 | Video Lecturer:

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Odile Decq presents numerous projects, mostly across Europe, but also in China and the U.S. Decq discusses her use of color, oblique surfaces and volumes, surfaces that push the limits of space, and transparency. Throughout this presentation her signature use of color, (especially red) to both warm space, and emphasize spatial or volumetric conditions becomes evident.


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October 25, 2006 | Video Lecturer:

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Odile Decq presents numerous projects, mostly across Europe, but also in China and the U.S. Decq discusses her use of color, oblique surfaces and volumes, surfaces that push the limits of space, and transparency. Throughout this presentation her signature use of color, (especially red) to both warm space, and emphasize spatial or volumetric conditions becomes evident.


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October 25, 2006 | Video Lecturer:

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Odile Decq presents numerous projects, mostly across Europe, but also in China and the U.S. Decq discusses her use of color, oblique surfaces and volumes, surfaces that push the limits of space, and transparency. Throughout this presentation her signature use of color, (especially red) to both warm space, and emphasize spatial or volumetric conditions becomes evident.


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October 25, 2006 | Video Lecturer:

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Odile Decq presents numerous projects, mostly across Europe, but also in China and the U.S. Decq discusses her use of color, oblique surfaces and volumes, surfaces that push the limits of space, and transparency. Throughout this presentation her signature use of color, (especially red) to both warm space, and emphasize spatial or volumetric conditions becomes evident.


Odile Decq

October 25, 2006 | Video Lecturer:

Odile Decq presents numerous projects, mostly in Europe, but also in China and the U.S. Decq discusses her use of color, oblique surfaces and volumes, surfaces that push the limits of space, and transparency. Throughout this presentation her signature use of color, (especially red) to both warm space, and emphasize spatial or volumetric conditions becomes evident.

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