Richard Warner begins his lecture with a discussion of how economics and low-budgets have informed his work process. He explains his work with plastic, fabric, and other low-cost materials as a response to working with clients with limited budgets. Warner then documents a series of completed projects, beginning with a children’s playhouse for an exhibition. Here, he explains the use of lightweight, fabric construction. Next, Warner presents a clothing store in Santa Monica and a House in Malibu, both with an interest in navigating larger projects with limited budgets. Warner concludes the lecture with a documentation of his furniture and product design, citing influence from Art Deco.