Stanley Tigerman (March 8, 2006)

Stanley Tigerman (March 8, 2006)

Eric Owen Moss introduces Stanley Tigerman, pointing out his accomplishments and the significance of his teaching in Chicago. Tigerman reviews his history with SCI-Arc,...
John Hardy: My green school dream

John Hardy: My green school dream

John Hardy on a tour of the Green School, his off-the-grid school in Bali that teaches kids how to build, garden, create (and get...
Angewandte competition symposium: Why Bother? (October 11, 2012)

Angewandte competition symposium: Why Bother? (October 11, 2012)

Eric Owen Moss explains that the discussion was supposed to start with a discussion by Jeffrey Kipnis of the entries to the competition for...
“Bridging the Gap,” Francis Kere

“Bridging the Gap,” Francis Kere

Diébédo Francis Kéré, Architect from Burkina Faso, studied at the „Technische Universität Berlin". He focuses on education as the developing concept for his country,...
Peter Cook – Architecture Is Enough: ‘Six Buildings’

Peter Cook – Architecture Is Enough: ‘Six Buildings’

Lecture date: 2008-02-27Last in a series of open lunch time seminars by Peter Cook that delve into the world of 20th- and 21st-century architecture:...
Designing for a better world starts at school: Rosan Bosch at TEDxIndianapolis

Designing for a better world starts at school: Rosan Bosch at TEDxIndianapolis

Rosan Bosch talks about how modern society calls for lifelong learners, problem solvers and creative thinkers! It calls for those who are prepared for...
The Labour of Peter and Alison Smithson – Part 3

The Labour of Peter and Alison Smithson – Part 3

Lecture date: 2003-11-15Symposium looking anew at the lives of Peter and Alison Smithson and their works, including the Hunstanton School and Economist Building, and...
Changing the Landscape of Education | Sonam Wangchuk | TEDxBITSGoa

Changing the Landscape of Education | Sonam Wangchuk | TEDxBITSGoa

Why do mice make holes everywhere? Why must horses constantly wear down their own hooves? And what links these two to an experimental school...
Rebuilding Chinese schools destroyed by earthquakes – Zhu Jingxiang

Rebuilding Chinese schools destroyed by earthquakes – Zhu Jingxiang

Zhu Jingxiang, an associate professor of architecture at Chinese University of Hong Kong, joined the CUHK faculty in 2004 to concentrate on teaching and...
Jeanne Gang, “Defining Practice, Embracing Blur”

Jeanne Gang, “Defining Practice, Embracing Blur”

Jeanne Gang, FAIA, LEED AP, is the founding principal of Studio Gang, an architecture and urbanism collective located in Chicago and New York. A...