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Jeffrey Kipnis & Eric Owen Moss Look You Got It All...
Eric Owen Moss discusses in detail the Trivida office, and the Waffle building in terms of the relationship between design and...
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Matthew Melnyk discusses the structural methodology and solutions for If Not Now, When? (2009) with Eric Owen Moss....
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Matthew Melnyk considers the role of the engineer in collaboration with architects. Melnyk discusses the SCI-Arc Gallery projects...
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Matthew Melnyk considers the role of the engineer in collaboration with architects. Melnyk discusses the SCI-Arc Gallery projects...
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Matthew Melnyk discusses the structural methodology and solutions for Voussoir Cloud (2008) with Lisa Iwamoto and Craig...
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Matthew Melnyk discusses the structural methodology and solutions for Live Wire (2008) with Dwayne Oyler and...
Andrew Holder Drop It Like It’s Fake
Courtnay Bauer reviews the professional and academic career of Andrew Holder. Holder presents a multi-part polemic on the...
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Thom Mayne introduces Eric Owen Moss as "a person of words, precise and considered." Moss presents numerous projects that span...

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Eric Owen Moss discusses in detail the Trivida office, and the Waffle building in terms of the relationship between design and realization. He alternately discusses his buildings in terms of analogies of architectural history, with Travida representing the medieval; Stealth, the renaissance; Waffle, the baroque; and Pterodactyl, the modern.


Matthew Melnyk mySpace

February 12, 2010 | Video Lecturer: ,
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Matthew Melnyk considers the role of the engineer in collaboration with architects. Melnyk discusses the SCI-Arc Gallery projects that he worked on, which he values for putting a “premium on exploring solutions rather than arriving at the right solution.” He discusses Dragonfly (2007) with Tom Wiscombe of Emergent, Voussoir Cloud (2008) with Lisa Iwamoto and Craig Scott, Live Wire (2008) with Dwayne Oyler and Jenny Wu, and If Not Now, When? (2009) with Eric Owen Moss.

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Matthew Melnyk considers the role of the engineer in collaboration with architects. Melnyk discusses the SCI-Arc Gallery projects that he worked on, which he values for putting a “premium on exploring solutions rather than arriving at the right solution.” In this clip he discusses the structural methodology and solutions for Dragonfly in 2007 with Tom Wiscombe of Emergent.


Andrew Holder Drop It Like It’s Fake

December 2, 2009 | Video Lecturer:
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Courtnay Bauer reviews the professional and academic
career of Andrew Holder. Holder presents a multi-part polemic on the current state of architectural practice, documenting the causes of anxiety in the profession. Holder then introduces the concept of “fakeness,” with which he attempts to subvert the conventional value system. Holder documents a selection of five recent projects completed by his office, touching on issues of diagramming, form, sustainability, and structure.

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Courtnay Bauer reviews the professional and academic career of Andrew Holder, noting that he has taught at UCLA, SCI-Arc, and...
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Andrew Holder presents a multi-part polemic on the current state of architectural practice, documenting the causes of anxiety in...

Eric Owen Moss

March 18, 2009 | Video Lecturer:

Thom Mayne introduces Eric Owen Moss as “a person of words, precise and considered.” Moss presents numerous projects that span the globe. He questions the notion of comfort or discomfort, and our perceptions of what architecture could be. How do we make architecture new? As Moss puts it, “Architecture needs an enemy. … If you want to make next year’s word you have to be willing to contest last year’s meaning. You need an enemy.”

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Moss presents Pterodactyl, Republic Square in Kazakhstan, and a project for the Tennis Channel in Los Angeles.