Charles Jencks Recent Italian And Japanese Architecture

Charles Jencks continues his 1976 lecture series by discussing Italian architecture’s current direction and how it differs from other movements in Europe, specifically England, during the 1950s through the 1970s. Jencks covers political and social beliefs, technological advances, architecture, and product design to show how and where Italian designers situate themselves. After that, Jencks introduces his next topic, Japanese architecture. Jencks describes some recent works by architects in Japan, and how they are changing the architectural culture. This video ends in the middle of the lecture and is continued on a separate video, Charles Jencks New Japanese Architecture.

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Charles Jencks uses examples from industrial and product design, as well as, the commissions Italian designers get to explain how...
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Charles Jencks defends his views during a question and answer session. He responds to questions regarding meaning and signifiers,...
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Charles Jencks begins his lecture on contemporary Japanese architecture by describing the schemes and traditions of Japanese...
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Charles Jencks discusses Japanese architectural developments through the 1970s. He introduces the Metabolists and the views of...

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