Video Archive | Vegetation (7)

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Diaz Alonso concludes with several of his most recent projects. He shows a project, featured in the 2010 Venice Architecture...
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Gow discusses the blurring of pure form and geometry through the integration of vegetation and biological interventions. She...
Ken Yeang
Ken Yeang lectures on his work of the last decades, discussing ecological design, rapid prototyping, the architect's ethical...
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Peter Cook discusses a series of projects and collaborations with Christine Hawley. The projects presented include proposals for...
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Michael Rotondi introduces Peter Cook. Cook thanks Rotondi for the introduction.
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Peter Cook compares the work of Iakov Chernikhov, Neil Denari, and Clorindo Testa. Cook discusses the importance of rivalry and...
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Peter Cook discusses the formal vocabulary of his "high vegetational period." Cook comments on his methodology of scrambled egg...

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Diaz Alonso concludes with several of his most recent projects. He shows a project, featured in the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale, which employed vegetation as an active component of the design. He confesses it turned out insufficiently contaminated, and not enough of a misfit. He shows a project which derives formal inspiration from mutilated cow carcasses, a reflection of Argentinian barbeque preparation.


Ken Yeang

January 22, 1999 | Video Lecturer:
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Ken Yeang lectures on his work of the last decades, discussing ecological design, rapid prototyping, the architect’s ethical responsibilities, and energy conservation. Yeang discusses environmentally sound land use planning and emphasizes his office’s approach to ecological design in large scale buildings.

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Ken Yeang discusses environmentally sound land use planning. He shows several skyscraper schemes. He stresses his office's...

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April 12, 1993 | Video Lecturer:

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Peter Cook discusses a series of projects and collaborations with Christine Hawley. The projects presented include proposals for the invented city of Arcadia, the competition project Shadow House, an alternative museum for Frankfurt among others projects for Paris and Oslo. Cook’s projects respond to these cities characteristics and their environments.