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, and with Moss. He maintains that his approach is based on change within ethical traditions.
Tigerman talks about several of his public projects, including several schools and museums. He describes his design concepts and how he deals with the specific programmatic needs of children, families and the disabled. While talking about the design for a Holocaust exhibition, he discusses how the programs influence the space.
Tigerman outlines the specific needs and goals of a homeless center he designed. He describes the programmatic layout, circulation, and lighting. He talks about his involvement in the Archeworks studio.
The video ends abruptly, apparently before the end of Tigerman’s talk.