Jeffrey Kipnis: Thesis prep talk (January 20, 2011) Part 1 of 2



Jeffrey Kipnis discusses changing approaches to the practice of architecture, claiming that each movement tends to last about fifteen to twenty years. He then talks about contemporary architectural themes and how specialized fields create a bifurcation of genre to master. He relates these issues to mathematics, theater, and the abilities and ambitions of SCI-Arc students.

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