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Reyner banham - Larkin and Buffalo

Reyner banham – Larkin and Buffalo

Lecture date: 1982-11-01Reyner Banham talk given at the ACA. Banham discusses the complex of pioneering industrial structures built in Buffalo for the Larkin Company,...
Lars Spuybroeck – NOX: Machining Architecture

Lars Spuybroeck – NOX: Machining Architecture

Lecture date: 2005-10-12Lars Spuybroek is principal of the architectural office NOX in Rotterdam, from where he heads research into the relationship between architecture...
Anthony Vidler – Troubles in Theory: The State of the Art from Townscape to Datascape

Anthony Vidler – Troubles in Theory: The State of the Art from Townscape to...

Lecture date: 2012-02-20A lecture on the state of architectural history, criticism and theory, and how we arrived at the present impasse.From the intense...
Tom Heneghan – Japan Times

Tom Heneghan – Japan Times

Lecture date: 2002-04-29In 1990, after almost fifteen years as a Unit Master at the AA, Tom Heneghan went on sabbatical to Japan where he...
A City of Intelligent Machines – Jason Kelly Johnson

A City of Intelligent Machines – Jason Kelly Johnson

23rd January 2015 DRL Keynote Lecture 2 The work of Jason Kelly Johnson forecasts an emerging world in which ecologies of intelligent machines will play...
Francesco Venezia – The Constancy Of Reasons

Francesco Venezia – The Constancy Of Reasons

Lecture date: 1996-03-07Francesco Venezia graduated from the Faculty of Architecture in Naples in 1970 and established his own architectural practice in the same year....
Sulan Kolotan, Bill MacDonald – Chimera and Co-Citations

Sulan Kolotan, Bill MacDonald – Chimera and Co-Citations

Lecture date: 1998-11-21The collaborative projects of Kolatan/MacDonald Studio reflect their interest in the impact of new technologies on the discipline of architecture. One...
Michael Graves – At RIBA

Michael Graves – At RIBA

Lecture date: 1987-05-01As an introduction to a discussion of several museum and gallery projects by his own practice, Michael Graves discusses the typology of...
Esther Shalev-Gerz – The Perpetual Movement of Memory

Esther Shalev-Gerz – The Perpetual Movement of Memory

Lecture date: 1999-01-29Esther Shalev-Gerz discusses the movement between participation and understanding when dealing with work in public space - work realised through different...
Marc Newson – So Far

Marc Newson – So Far

Lecture date: 2000-11-07Marc Newson started experimenting with furniture design while studying jewellery and sculpture at Sydney College of the Arts. From 1987 to 1991...