Video Archive | Yale University (5)

Laurie D Olin-clip_4277
Olin describes some recently completed projects. The first is re-envisioning the entrance to New York's Central Park. His goal is...
Craig Hodgetts And Ming Fung-clip_789
Introduction by Robert Mangurian, in which he speaks of both the credentials of Hodgetts and Fung, as well as personal...
Gisue Hariri and Diana Agrest-clip_5631
Pilar Viladas introduces Diana Agrest, noting Agrest's education, writing, built work and highlighting her teaching at Princeton...
Frank Israel And Josh Schweitzer Pacific...
Aaron Betsky introduces Frank Israel and Josh Schweitzer. Israel graduated from Yale, and Columbia having worked in the...
Steve Izenour-clip_4509
A member of the SCI-Arc faculty introduces Steve Izenour, an associate in the office of Venturi and Rauch, to present a...

Laurie D Olin-clip_4277

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October 14, 2009 | Video Lecturer:

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Olin describes some recently completed projects. The first is re-envisioning the entrance to New York’s Central Park. His goal is to reclaim the site as a civic destination, re-invisioning Columbus Circle as an island. Olin documents the construction of a green roof for a new conference center in Salt Lake City. He discusses the idea of a building as landscape, stressing the role of community involvement in the realization of the project. Olin presents a master plan for Science Hill at Yale University. He discusses topics including hydrology and the deployment of specific plants species to clean water. He concludes with a discussion of the South Park Blocks at Portland University, which call for a new urban plaza.


Craig Hodgetts And Ming Fung-clip_789

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October 13, 1993 | Video Lecturer: ,

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Introduction by Robert Mangurian, in which he speaks of both the credentials of Hodgetts and Fung, as well as personal experiences with them. Hodgetts attended Yale University and met Mangurian while a student at the University of California at Berkeley. Fung attended the University of California, Los Angeles and received a fellowship at the American Academy in Rome. Both have received many awards. Mangurian states that Hodgetts and Fung are doing what all architects should do, which would be to get involved and tackle as many issues as possible.


Gisue Hariri and Diana Agrest-clip_5631

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March 27, 1991 | Video Lecturer: ,

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Pilar Viladas introduces Diana Agrest, noting Agrest’s education, writing, built work and highlighting her teaching at Princeton and Yale. Current projects include a book, Architecture From Without, published by MIT Press and the development of a master plan of Des Moines, Iowa.


Frank Israel And Josh Schweitzer Pacific Overtures-clip_4244

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Aaron Betsky introduces Frank Israel and Josh Schweitzer. Israel graduated from Yale, and Columbia having worked in the entertainment industry before starting his own firm, and teaches at UCLA. Josh Schweitzer has a Masters of Architecture degree from university of Kansas, and then worked for Frank Gehry before starting his own firm.


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January 1, 1977 | Video Lecturer:

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of the SCI-Arc faculty introduces Steve Izenour, an associate in the office of Venturi and Rauch, to present a selection of the firm’s work and discusses the concepts and research behind each project. He holds degrees from both the University of Pennsylvania and Yale, and since graduating has worked for Venturi and Rauch for six years. Currently teaching at the University of Pennsylvania, he has worked on projects such as the Thousand Oaks Competition, the Yale Mathematics Building, and the Energy Expo 82. He is also co-author of the book White Towers.