Video Archive | Student work (10)

Michael Bell-clip_2631
Bell presents student work from his Housing Studio at Columbia University. The studio proposed housing for Journal Square in...
Peter Cook Metamorphose Actions Speak Louder Than...
Peter Cook discusses the last several of his twelve verbs: folding, robotise, and layering/meshing....
Marc Ang?lil The Reading And Writing On...
Marc Ang?lil descrbes his relationship with his students and his teaching methods. He cites an ongoing project in which student...
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Zaha Hadid describes a series of her projects to date, from her student years at the Architectural Association until later on in...
Tom Scarin Sherman Oaks Galleria
A video montage of the Sherman Oaks Galleria is narrated by two groups of students. The first group critiques aspects of the...
Urban Odyssey On Local TV Part Two-clip_4190
In the first segment KNXT-TV reporter Bill Applegate speaks with Glen Small about the "modernistically designed and colorful...
Urban Odyssey On Local TV Part Two-clip_4191
In the next clip from 1975, KNXT-TV reporter Bob Dunn reports on the pneumatic tent community designed by SCI-Arc students.
Urban Odyssey On Local TV Part One-clip_4184
The hosts of KABC-TV's "A.M. Los Angeles" morning show poke fun of the students and ask if they'd like to remove all buildings...

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Peter Cook discusses the last several of his twelve verbs: folding, robotise, and layering/meshing. Cooks displays several projects the illustrate these concepts, including several from Archigram, specifically Ron Herron. At the end of the lecture, Cook talks about the other schools he is associated with, and the importance of showing and seeing student work from other schools.


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Marc Ang?lil descrbes his relationship with his students and his teaching methods. He cites an ongoing project in which student involvement creates the momentum for the project. Ang?lil discusses the value of student work and how it gains in substance when shared with the public. Ang?lil expresses his intention to create more practical translations of theoretical work.


Tom Scarin Sherman Oaks Galleria

A video montage of the Sherman Oaks Galleria is narrated by two groups of students. The first group critiques aspects of the what is shown in the video, while the second group mostly jokes and makes fun of the footage. This is followed by the unedited video taken at the mall of its various spaces, pathways, and people inside.

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The hosts of KABC-TV’s “A.M. Los Angeles” morning show poke fun of the students and ask if they’d like to remove all buildings and replace them with a tent city. Those interviewed respond that their interest is in taking advantage and connecting with the city in a new way and to work within its context rather than continue a push toward the boundaries of the urban area.