Jeffrey Kipnis & Marcelo Spina

Jeffrey Kipnis begins the fourth of the Fecundity of a Mossy Climate conversations with a survey of Marcelo Spina’s work, from the 2002 Busan Tower to the 2014 entry by P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S in the competition for two new museums in Budapest. Spina and Tom Wiscombe and Wolf Prix join Kipnis, and discuss Spina’s work, the concept of elegance, the exploitation of architects via competitions, the significance of tools, strategies, and career trajectories.

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Jeffrey Kipnis begins the fourth of the Fecundity of a Mossy Climate conversations with a survey of Marcelo Spina's work...
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Jeffrey Kipnis, Tom Wiscombe and Wolf Prix join Marcelo Spina to discuss his work. Spina responds to Kipnis's framing of his work...
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Wolf Prix proposes that the most significant topic for discussion is actually the way clients exploit architects through...
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Jeffrey Kipnis, Tom Wiscombe, Wolf Prix and Marcelo Spina discuss with the audience the significance of tools, flexible...

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