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College of Environmental Design Lectures












[Abe, Hitoshi]The Elephant and the Architecture
A lecture presented by Hitoshi Abe, architect and professor at Tohoku University, considered one of the most promising young architects in Japan today. Winner of the Architects Institute of Japan Award and Business Week/Architectural Record Award in 2003, he is known for work that is spatially complex and structurally innovative. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 2, 2006. 76 min. DVD 5938

[Adams, Annmarie]Sex & the Single Building: the Weston Havens House
This lecture is presented by Canadian professor and architect AnnMarie Adams. She is the first Arcus Endowment Scholar-in-Residence at UC Berkeley, where she taught a graduate seminar. This talk focuses on The Weston Havens House in Berkeley, with its innovative architecture designed around stunning views of the Bay Area, which was built by architect Harwell Hamilton Harris in 1941. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 1, 2008. 95 min. DVD X1018

[Adjaye, David]Recycling, Reconfiguring, Rebuilding.
A speech by David Adjaye, one of the leading architects of his generation in the United Kingdom. He formed a partnership in 1994 and quickly built a reputation as an architect with an artistry vision, recognized for his ingenious use of materials and showcasing of light. He reformed his studio in June 2000 as Adjaye/Associates and he has gone on to win a number of prestigious commissions. Introduction: Stanley Saitowitz. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 3, 2004. 91 min. Video/C MM741

[AlSayyad, Nezar] Cinematic Cities: Historicizing the Modern from Reel to Real
In this lecture Nezar AlSayyad, professor of Architecture, Planning and Urban History at UCB, addresses some of the themes in his book Cinematic cities, historicizing the modern from reel to real. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 28, 2007. 30 min. DVD 9315

Alternative Models of Practice: Lecture and Discussion
Presents a panel of San Francisco Bay Area architects discussing alternative methods of architectural design and practice. The panel includes Thom Faulders of Beige Design, Berkeley; Jane Martin of Shift Design Studio, San Francisco; Larissa Sand, of South Park Fabricators and Helen Hilton Raiser, Curator of Architecture and Design at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 23, 2002. 99 min. Video/C 9545

[Anderson, Mark; Anderson, Peter]What About the People?
This lecture is presented by university professors Mark Anderson (UCB) and Peter Anderson (Calif. College of the Arts), principals of Anderson Anderson Architecture. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 2, 2008. 90 min. DVD 9681

[Ando, Tadao]Beyond Architecture: Contemplating Our Environment.
A presentation by noted Japanese architect and founder of Tadao Ando Architect & Associates. His work is primarily in reinforced concrete, defining spaces that allow for constantly changing patterns of light and wind in all his structures, from homes and apartment complexes to places of worship, public museums and commercial shopping centers. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 16, 2005. 111 min. Video/C MM671

[Ando, Tadao]Thinking Through Freedom: Contemporary Art and Architecture
Introduction: Harrison Fraker, Marc Treib. A presentation of the Regent's Lecture at the University of California, Berkeley by noted Japanese architect Tadao Ando, founder of Tadao Ando Architect & Associates. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 16, 2005. 95 min. Video/C MM634

[Andraos, Amale and Wood, Dan] Sur les paves la ferme
This lecture is presented by Amale Andraos and Dan Wood, principals of Work Architecture Company, New York (WORKac). They have taught together at Princeton University's School of Architecture, where they focus on the interactions between architecture, ecology and urbanism. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 5, 2008. 68 min. DVD X1022

[Anthony, Kathryn H.] Designing for Diversity: Gender, Race and Ethnicity in the Architectural Profession
A lecture by Kathryn Anthony on her book Designing for diversity which reveals a profession rife with genderand racial discrimination and examines the aspects of architectural practice that hinder or support the fullparticipation of women and persons of color. Drawing on interviews and surveys of hundreds of architects, she outlines some of the forms of discrimination that recur in architecture and identifies strategies that have helped underrepresented individuals advance in the profession. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 3, 2003.46 min. Video/C 9552

[Aoki, Jun] Atmospherics
A lecture presented by the Japanese architect and frequent lecturer Jun Aoki, founder of the firm Jun Aoki & Associates of Tokyo in which he discusses issues around his recent book "Jun Aoki atmospherics." This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 2, 2002. 79 min. Video/C 9542

[Aravenais, Alejandro] Elemental + Siamese
A lecture presented in the UCB Latin America Now series, which is devoted to the work of a new generation of Latin American architects. This program features a lecture by Chilian architect Alejandro Aravenais, an adjunct Professor at the Universidad Catolica de Chile and Visiting Professor at the Harvard Design School. He concludes his address with a 26 minute video including footage of Elemental, a housing project in the Chilian desert and his unusually shaped Siamese Towers. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 1, 2006. 90 min. DVD 7229

[Arets, Wiel] Multitude
A lecture by Wiel Arets, founder of Wiel Arets Architect & Associates BV, Rotterdam, Netherlands. Considered one of the most influential architects in Holland today, his international reputation is founded on the design projects of the Academy for the Arts and Architecture in Maastricht, the Two Apartment Blocks in Tilburg, the AZL Pension Fund Head Office and his characteristic series of police stations in Vals, Boxtel, and South Limburg. Here he presents a selection of his various projects. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 25, 2002. 105 min. Video/C 8812

[Aycock, Alice]Alice Aycock
A lecture by Alice Aycock, an internationally renowed sculptor and artist of outdoor and gallery works. Ms. Aycock's outdoor sculptures and installations blur the boundaries between sculpture and architecture and some of her notable works have involved close collaboration with architects. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley in 1999. 90 min. Video/C 8618

[Behnisch, Stefan] Ecology - Design - Synergy
This lecture is presented by Stefan Behnisch, Architect and Principal of Behnisch Architekten, a firm noted for its aesthetically refined, energy-efficient and sustainable building projects in Europe and the United States. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 25, 2009. 85 min. DVD X1417

[Baker, David] Housing Design vs. Default.
A lecture by David Baker, of David Baker FAIA & Associates, Architects located in San Francisco, which has designed several award-winning projects and public buildings. February 8, 2001. 70 min. Video/C 7796

[Barclay, Sandra and Crousse, Jean Pierre]Between the Desert and the Ocean
A lecture presented in the UCB Latin America Now series, which is devoted to the work of a new generation of Latin American architects. This program features a lecture by Peruvian architects Sandra Barclay and Jean Pierre Crousse, of the firm Barclay & Crousse Architecture in Lima, Peru. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 8, 2006. 74 min. DVD 7230

[Barkow, Frank] Matters of Fact: The Architecture of Barkow Leiblinger
A lecture by German Architect Frank Barkow of the Berlin-based firm Barkow Leiblinger. The firm has worked on a wide range of industrial and cultural projects in the United States, Germany and Switzerland. Major projects include the American Pavilion at the EXPO2000 in Hanover, the biosphere for the 2001 National Horticultural Show in Potsdam and a new building for the Dept. of Architecture at Cornell University. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 9, 2003. 75 min. Video/C 9556

[Beatley, Timothy]Green Urbanism: Planning for Resilient and Biophilic Cities
A lecture by Marshall Berman who teaches political theory and urbanism at City College New York and City University New York and is noted for his seminal work on modernist experience in the 20th century. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 26, 2009. 90 min. DVD X5960

[Benitez, Solano]Messages From the Bottle.
A lecture presented in the UCB Latin America Now series, which is devoted to the work of a new generation of Latin American architects. This program features a lecture by Solano Benitez of the firm Gabinete de Arquitectura in Asuncion, Paraguay. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 29, 2006. 78 min. DVD 7232

[Benjamin, David; Yang; Soo-In] Life Now
This lecture is presented by David Benjamin and Soo-In Yang, of "Living Architects" and authors of "life size." This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 23, 2008. 71 min. DVD 9684

[Berman, Marshall] A Hundred Years of Celebration.
A lecture by Marshall Berman who teaches political theory and urbanism at City College New York and City University New York and is noted for his seminal work on modernist experience in the 20th century. April 12, 2001. 97 min. Video/C 7886

[Bosse, Chris]Bubble-ism, Architectures of Foam
A lecture presented by German architect Chris Bosse in which he presents the design and construction of the 180 x 180-metre swimming centre for the Olympic Games in China, based on the geometry of foam bubbles. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 7, 2007. 75 min. DVD 7877

[Branner Fellowship Recipients, 2010]Branner Fellowship Award, 2010
Lectures presented by the 2010 John K. Branner Prize recipients from the University of California, Berkeley's College of Environmental Design. The Branner Prize is awarded annually for research and travel to outstanding qualified students of architecture. Contents: Untested city : the unfinished project / Nicolette Mastrangelo -- RE:mote... controled : building in areas of isolation / Taylor Medlin -- Military atmospheres [aka. Military Pastoral] / Nicolas Sowers. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 10, 2010. 82 min. DVD X5967

[Branner Fellowship Recipients, 2009]Branner Fellowship Award, 2009
Lectures presented by the 2009 John K. Branner Prize recipients from the University of California, Berkeley's College of Environmental Design. The Branner Prize is awarded annually for research and travel to outstanding qualified students of architecture. Contents: Neoliberal fragments: speculation and the urban landscape / Natalia Echeverri -- Incremental housing: the dynamic of dwelling change / Luke Perry -- Symbiotic venues: the legacy and utility of Olympic construction / Asa Prentice. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 4, 2009. 81 min. DVD X1414

[Branner Fellowship Recipients, 2008]Branner Fellowship Award, 2008
Urban armature and the induction of space / Andrew Ballard -- The act of route: reading + recording world cities in motion / Yukiko Bowman -- The watery edge: urban rivers on contested territories / Ivan Valin. Introduction: Keith Plymale. Lectures presented by the 2008 John K. Branner Prize recipients from the University of California, Berkeley's College of Environmental Design. The Branner Prize is awarded annually for research and travel to outstanding qualified students of architecture. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 20, 2008. 72 min. DVD 9679

[Branner Fellowship Recipients, 2007]Branner Fellowship Award, 2007
Measure and trace: re-making industrial space / Marie Sorensen -- Architecture of dialogue: experiments in urban interaction / Lucy Begg. Lectures presented by the 2007 John K. Branner Prize recipients from the University of California, Berkeley's College of Environmental Design. The Branner Prize is awarded annually for research and travel to outstanding qualified students of architecture. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 7, 2007. 90 min. DVD 7874

[Branner Fellowship Recipients, 2006]Presentations by Branner Fellowship Recipients
Geography of the neighborhood / Jeffrey Carney -- RE-Habitation: Interpretation of growth / Kristi M. Dykema -- Over our heads / Laura K. Mezoff -- The active wall: architecture as interface / Beau Trincia. Lectures presented by the 2006 John K. Branner Prize recipients from the University of California, Berkeley's College of Environmental Design. The Branner Prize is awarded annually for research and travel to outstanding qualified students of architecture. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 15, 2006. 58 min. DVD 5937

[Branner Fellowship Recipients, 2005]Presentations by Branner Fellowship Recipients
Translations: indigenous material textures from landscapes to buildings / Jeannie Aquilino -- Impermanent architecture : the ephemeral quality of urban space / Aaron Brumo -- Sensing space: representation and merging sensory fields / Susanna Douglas -- Defining permanence: the structure of places, spaces and buildings that last / Corey Griffin -- Custom: cad/cam + craft traditions / Cy Keener -- Cuts in the fabric: imposition or integration of superstructures in urban locales / Myrto Miliou. Lectures presented by the 2005 John K. Branner Prize recipients from the University of California, Berkeley's College of Environmental Design. The Branner Prize is awarded annually for research and travel to outstanding qualified students of architecture. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 9, 2005. 88 min. Video/C MM638

[Branner Fellowship Recipients, 2004]Branner Presentations.
Shows presentations by the three winners of the John K. Branner Travelling Fellowship. The applicants were judged by three criteria: academic achievements, demonstrable design abilities and potential for growth and learning from travel. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 25, 2004. 90 min. Video/C MM327

[Bremner, Lindsay] Johannesburg: One City, Colliding Worlds
Introduction: Stanley Saitowitz. In this lecture, Lindsay Bremner, Chair of Architecture at the University of the Witwaterstrand, South Africa, comments on her recent book which examines the rapid social transformations taking place in Johannesburg, by exploring the new identities and bonds forming in the midst of spatial enclosures in the city. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 9, 2005. 40 min. Video/C MM633

[Bruder, William P.]William P. Bruder
A lecture by Arizona architect William P. Bruder. Since the founding of his firm in 1974, he had designed more than 300 projects mostly residential, with the philosophy that describes architecture as "functional fine art based on site and user needs." His use of natural materials combined with concrete block and sheet metal and his careful siting of structures with relation to the sun exhibit organic architecture in the desert environment. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley in 1999. 111 min. Video/C 8619

[Bucci, Angelo]Recent Work by SPBR, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
A presentation by Angelo Bucci showing some of the most recent architectural creations of the Sao Paulo Brazil firm SPBR Architects established in 2003 as a partnership between architects Angelo Bucci and Alvaro Puntoni. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 27, 2005. 74 min. Video/C MM675

[Burnham, Douglas and Steely, Craig] Local Practice.
A speech by Douglas Burnham of Envelope A+D, a collaborative design group in Oakland and Craig Steely of Steely Architecture based in San Francisco. Introduction: Roddy Creedon. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 10, 2004. 123 min. Video/C MM742

[Byrd, Warren T.] Cienegaic and Serotinous: The Recent Work of NBWLA
This lecture is presented by Warren Byrd, principal of the Nelson-Byrd-Woltz Landscape Architects, based in Charlottesville, Virginia. Byrd's areas of expertise include sustainable landscape design, site planning, park planning, town planning, arboreta and botanic garden design, and specific knowledge of the landscape character and plant/ecological communities of the East Coast, especially in the mid-Atlantic region.This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 7, 2010. 80 min. DVD X5966

[Carpenter, James]Constructing the Ephemeral
This lecture is presented by James Carpenter, an artist and sculptor whose work focuses on developing new glass and material technologies. His interest in architecture has evolved into a unique design practice that ranges from technical glass and materials consulting to designing curtain walls, roofing systems, bridges, and sculptures. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 4, 2009. 93 min. DVD X1418

[Careri, Francesco and Romito, Lorenzo]Osservatorio Nomade: Walking Process and the Beyond-city
A lecture presented by Francesco Careri and Lorenzo Romito, architects at the Stalker Lab in Rome that specializes in design issues and uses of public urban spaces. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 18, 2007. 87 min. DVD 7885

[Cassell, Stephen] Research in Practice
A lecture by Stephen Cassell, co-founder of the Architecture Research Office (ARO) in New York, who addresses how research informs their projects. Each architectural project begins with an assessment of its physical, social and economic dynamics and includes close collaboration with an involved client. Recent projects include a War Remembrance Memorial at Columbia University, the Prada Store in Soho, a U.S. Armed Forces Recruiting Station in Times Square and a flagship store for Shiseido in New York City. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 14, 2002. 85 min. Video/C 8811

[Castro, Pablo] Incomplete Works Momentos & Lacunae.
A lecture presented in the UCB Latin America Now series, which is devoted to the work of a new generation of Latin American architects. This program features a lecture by Argentine architect Pablo Castro, of the firm OBRA Architects. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 26, 2006. 61 min. DVD 7231

[CED Visiting Professor Lectures, 2007]CED Visiting Professor Lectures, 2007
The Tennessee Valley authority: design and persuasion / Tim Culvahouse (Friedman visiting professor) -- Territorial tactics / Jeannette Kuo (Maybeck fellow) Lectures presented by Friedman visiting professor Tim Culvahouse and Maybeck visiting fellow, Jeannette Kuo. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 21, 2007. 74 min. DVD 7875

[Celik, Zeynep] Hidden Faces of Modernism
A lecture by noted architect Zeynep Celik, professor in the School of Architecture at New Jersey Institute of Technology. Lecture is accompanied by slides of recent and past projects. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 22, 2003. 67 min. Video/C MM51

[Choksombatchai, Raveevarn] Gray Matters
A lecture presented by Raveevarn Choksombatchai, associate professor of architecture at the University of California, Berkeley and partner of VeeV Studio in San Francisco. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 21, 2007. 50 min. DVD 7882

[Cloepfil, Brad] The Projects of Allied Works
A lecture presented by architect Brad Cloepfil of the Portland, Oregon firm Allied Works. The 2002 Howard A. Friedman Visiting Professor at UCB, Cloepfil discusses the firm's projects including the designing and building of the museum The Forum for Contemporary Art in St. Louis, Missouri. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 16, 2002. 70 min. Video/C 9543

[Coen, Shane]The New Landscape of Collaboration
This lecture is presented by Shane Coen of the firm Coen + Partners, a nationally renowned landscape architecture practice with studios in Minneapolis and New York City.This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 12, 2009. 70 min. DVD X5957

[Crawford, Margaret]Unfinished Business: Thirty Years Later
A lecture by Margaret Crawford, professor of Urban Design and Planning Theory at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. She teaches courses in the history and theory of urban development, planning and design with her research interests focusing on the evolution, uses and meanings of urban space. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 29, 2003. 59 min. Video/C MM52

[Creedon, Roddy and Till, Gretchen]The Importance of Remembering The National AIDS Memorial Design Competition.
Presentation: Roddy Creedon, Gretchen Till ; panelists: Walter Hood, Reed Kroloff, Ken Ruebuch, Roddy Creedon. Presentation and panel discussion by jurors from the National Aids Memorial Design Competition, an open competition inviting architects to design a memorial for the National AIDS Memorial Grove in San Francisco. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 6, 2005. 86 min. Video/C MM672

[Crompton, Dennis]Archigram Experimental Architecture, 1961-74 and Beyond
A lecture by Dennis Crompton of the London based architectural group Archigram, that influenced a generation of architects and city planners all over the world. Their passion for alternative futures was inspired by new technologies and materials, the explosion in mass media and communicatin, and the leisure class they predicted would follow. All their projects were presented in colorful "pop style" which challenged the serious and institutional approach favored by architects until then. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 22, 2006. 117 min. DVD 5952

[Crousse, Jean Pierre and Barclay, Sandra]Between the Desert and the Ocean
A lecture presented in the UCB Latin America Now series, which is devoted to the work of a new generation of Latin American architects. This program features a lecture by Peruvian architects Sandra Barclay and Jean Pierre Crousse, of the firm Barclay & Crousse Architecture in Lima, Peru. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 8, 2006. 74 min. DVD 7230

[Cruz, Teddy]Border Postcards: Chronicles from the Edge.
A lecture presented by architect Teddy Cruz, principal of Estudio Teddy Cruz and faculty member at Woodbury University's School of Architecture in San Diego. Cruz's project "Border postcards," attempts to provide a bridge between architectural and urban design theory and practice. He has pursued this focus on housing and urban development of the San Diego-Tijuana borderlands for several years. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 11, 2004. 69 min. Video/C MM326

[Cuff, Dana] Domestic Diagrams: The Architecture of Social Order(CED Architecture Lecture Aeries)
A lecture by Dana Cuff, Professor of Achitecture and Urban Design at the University of California, Los Angeles, and a principal of the consulting firm Community Design Associates. Lecture is accompanied by slides of recent and past projects. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 1, 2003. 66 min. Video/C MM48

[Culvahouse, Tim]CED Visiting Professor Lectures, 2007
The Tennessee Valley authority: design and persuasion / Tim Culvahouse (Friedman visiting professor) -- Territorial tactics / Jeannette Kuo (Maybeck fellow) Lectures presented by Friedman visiting professor Tim Culvahouse and Maybeck visiting fellow, Jeannette Kuo. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 21, 2007. 74 min. DVD 7875

[Denari, Neil]Cultural Ergonomics: Shrinkwrapping Vague Things
This lecture is presented by Esherick Visiting Professor Neil Denari, principal of Neil M. Denari Architects in Los Angeles. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on September 26, 2007. 85 min. DVD 9301

[Dust, Fred] Environments Lead IDEO
A lecture by Fred Dust, founder of the international design company IDEO, whose projects focus on the design and development of new kinds of spaces that create meaningful experiences for all the people who will use and interact with them. Lecture is accompanied by slides of recent and past projects. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 12, 2003. 51 min. Video/C MM54

[Dykers, Craig]Recently, Thoughts on Architecture and the Works of Sn?hetta
A lecture presented by Craig Dykers, founding partner of the architecture and landscape practice Sn?hetta of Oslo, Norway. For nearly twenty yeas he has been involved in the design of several major projects around the world including his role as a co-designer for the new national opera in Norway, the new library of Alexandria in Egypt and the Norwegian Embassy in Berlin. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 30, 2005. 80 min. DVD 5925

[Dytham, Mark] Hybrid Heaven
A lecture by Japanese Architect Mark Dytham of Tokyo-based Klein Dytham Architecture. The firm is noted for it witty and creative projects using a variety of unusual materials, such as the fake-snakeskin of the Chu-Coo chair, silvery inflatable canopies for Virgin airlines, and a gummy-bear like synthetic rubber for an Italian outdoor bathtub. Their work is colorful, cleanly organized and highly popular with clients from advertising agencies to artists. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 19, 2003. 72 min. Video/C 9555

[Dytham, Mark and Klein, Astrid]Klein Dytham Architecture: Architecture is More
A lecture presented by European architects Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham who have been based in Tokyo for nearly twenty years. Their earlier work with interactive construction fences and sinuous furnishings has yielded to an unusual and eclectic architectural practice. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 8, 2006. 65 min. DVD 5950

[Eggener, Keith]Latin American Architecture: Beyond Critical Regionalism
A lecture presented in the UCB Latin America Now series, which is devoted to the work of a new generation of Latin American architects. This program features a lecture by Professor Keith Eggener of the University of Missouri-Columbia, Dept. of Art history and Archaeology. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on September 27, 2006. 59 min. DVD 7224

[Eizenberg, Julie]Next Week
A lecture by Julie Eizenberg co-founder of Koning Eizenberg Architecture of Santa Monica, California which has become well known for small buildings including affordable housing, community and recreation centers, schools, custom homes, hotels, stores and work places. Julie Eizenberg and her partner have refocused architects' attention on the design potential of socially responsible projects by demonstrating architectural excellence in the design of many tight budget affordable housing projects and community buildings. The result is innovative architecture with a rare kind of humanism.This event took place at the Pacific Film Archive heater, University of California, Berkeley on November 1, 2001. 78 min. Video/C 8605

[Endres, Paul Daniel]Recent Works
A lecture presented by Paul Endres of the Architectural firm Endres Ware Architects/Engineers. The firm's work takes the moment when architecture and engineering meet and creates elegant and innovative solutions. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 24, 2003. 48 min. Video/C 9551

[Erdman, David and Gow, Marcelyn (SERVO)]SERVO: Networking
A lecture presented by David Erdman and Marcelyn Gow of SERVO, one of a number of international alliances relying on web-based technology for architectural design. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 16, 2005. 92 min. DVD 5924

[Fernau, Richard and Harman, Laura]Fernau & Hartman: Recent Work.
A presentation by Richard Fernau and Laura Hartman who formed Fernau & Hartman Architects in 1980 and immediately established a unique reputation for diversity and excellence. Their work combines a sensitivity to historical and vernacular buildings with formal architectural innovation, a special concern for landscape and interiors, and great attention to material detailing. Fernau and Hartman are committed to working at a variety of scales -- from furniture and interiors to residential, commercial and institutional buildings. November 29, 2000. 62 min. Video/C 7665

[Fort-Brescia, Bernardo] Arquitectonica: Recent and Future Work
A presentation by Bernardo Fort-Brescia, founder of the firm Arquitectonica in 1977. The Miami-based firm has been making skylines with a brand of unconventional modernism that combines clarity and formal rigor with unusual daring in color and wit. This event took place at the Pacific Film Archive Theater, University of California, Berkeley on October 5, 2000. 84 min. Video/C 7660

[Fougeron, Anne]Sensual Modernism
A lecture presented by Anne Fougeron of the San Francisco based firm Fougeron Architecture, which celebrates craft and technology with exquisitely proportioned spaces and beautifully detailed surfaces. She received national recognition for a now widely published house in Palo Alto, her first major residential project which features a laminated glass floor. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 3, 2003. 49 min. Video/C 9548

[Fougeron, Anne]Work
A lecture by Anne Fougeron, founder of Fougeron Architecture of San Francisco, a practice dedicated to finding the perfect alignment between architectural idea and built form. Use is made of natural light, the innovative use of structure as the architectural ornament and the exploration into the visual and tactile nature of materials, to enhance how people engage a building. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 15, 2003. 79 min. Video/C MM50

[Francois, Edouard]The Green Architecture
A lecture by Edouard Francois who has become one of the main pillars of green architecture on the international scene. His work focuses on matter, context use, economy and ecology, following the preoccupations of sustainable development. Currently Francois's European team of architects, urbanists, landscape designers and graphic designers are working on planning the "Flower Tower," in Paris which will be completely veiled in white bamboo. This event took place at the Pacific Film Archive Theater, University of California, Berkeley on October 18, 2001. 86 min. Video/C 8604

[Frane, John and Predock, Adrian]Chameleonic Enterprises.
A presentation by John Frane and Adrian Predock of Predock-Frane Architects which was established in Santa Monica in 2000 as a collaborative research and development studio. During the past five years, the firm has attempted to weave together a series of explorations that deal with the erosion of traditional disciplinary boundaries and environmental intelligence. They feel that these areas are present in the current world landscape, ripe with potential, yet under-explored in the built world. his event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 13, 2005. 66 min. Video/C MM673

[Friedman, Alice ]People Who Live in Glass Houses: Gender, Sexuality and Modernism
Architectural historian Alice Friedman speaks about issues of privacy, gender and sexuality in the mid-20th century by examining two homes constructed during that period, the Mies van der Rohe's Edith Farnsworth House (1950) and Philip Johnson's Glass House/Guest House Complex (1949). This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 15, 2006. 76 min. DVD 5951

[Fuksas, Massimiliano]Four Projects, Lost in Translation
A lecture presented by architect, academic and theorist, the unapologetically contemporary Massimiliano Fuksas who spoke about his built projects, what's coming up and his passion for film-making. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on September 21, 2005. 98 min. DVD 5907

[Geuze, Adriaan] No Victims
A lecture by architect and urban planner Adriaan Geuze, founder of the Dutch architectural firm West 8 Urban Design & Landscape Architecture. "The basic ingredients [of our practice] are ecology, infrastructure, weather conditions, building programs and people.". This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 11, 2002. 75 min. Video/C 9540

[Gianotten, David and Mastenbroek, Bjarne]SeARCH: To Find a Home
This lecture is presented by Bjarne Mastenbroek and David Gianotten, co-directors of SeARCH, a firm located in Amsterdam that develops architectural and urban building projects and researches architecture, landscaping, urbanism, and new building products and materials. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 7, 2007. 81 min. DVD 9313

[Goldberger, Paul] Commentary.
A lecture by Paul Goldberger, architectural critic for the New York Times and current architecture editor of the New Yorker. February 1, 2001. 66 min. Video/C 7818

[Gow, Marcelyn and Erdman, David (SERVO)]SERVO: Networking
A lecture presented by David Erdman and Marcelyn Gow of SERVO, one of a number of international alliances relying on web-based technology for architectural design. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 16, 2005. 92 min. DVD 5924

[Graham, Sarah]Recent Work.
A lecture by Sarah Graham, current Howard Friedman Visiting Professor of Professional Practice at the University of California, Berkeley. Graham is a founding partner in the Los Angeles based architectural firm Angelil/Graham/Pfenninger/Scholl and has worked on numerous international projects. February 22, 2001. 66 min. Video/C 7797

[Gramazio, Fabio and Kohler, Matthias]Digital Materiality in Architecture
This lecture is jointly presented by Fabio Gramazio and Matthias Kohler, architects and authors of Digital materiality in architecture. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 1, 2009. 118 min. DVD X1421

[Greenberg, Ken]Focus on the Cities: The Expanding Potential of Urban Design
A lecture presented by Ken Greenberg, principal of Greenberg Consultants and former director of the Urban Design and Architecture Dept. for the City of Toronto. Greenberg has played a leading role on a broad range of assignments in highly diverse urban settings. Much of his work has focused on the rejuvenation of downtowns, waterfronts and neighborhoods, regional growth management and new community planning in such cities at Toronto, Amsterdam, Paris, Montreal and San Juan, Puerto Rico. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 2, 2006. Presented as "Opening keynote speaker for the Conference of the Mayor's Institute for City Design." 78 min. DVD 5936

[Gyoo, Jang Yoon]Making Cultural Gap-gap in Armor
This lecture is presented by professor Jang Yoon Gyoo of Kookmin University and principal of UnSangDong Architects in Seoul, Korea. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 3, 2007. 86 min. DVD 9302

[H., Jurgen Mayer]Re:public
A lecture by Jurgen Mayer H., founder of the Berlin based, cross-disciplinary studio, J. Mayer H. Architekten in 1996, which focuses on works at the intersection of architecture, communication design and new media. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 5, 2006. 86 min. DVD 5953

[Halsband, Frances]Frances Halsband
A lecture by architect Frances Halsband of R.M. Kliment & Frances Halsband Architects of New York. Here she addresses an audience of mayors of American cities commenting on the characteristics of good suburban design and the process of crafting buildings and spaces that fit the human needs of city dwellers. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley in 1999. 59 min. Video/C 8621

[Hamid, Ahmad A.]Building, Living, Dwelling: Architecture and the Arab Mind Today.
A presentation by professor of civil engineering Ahmad A. Hamid. Dr. Hamid's research interests focus on the behaviour, design and retrofit of masonry and concrete structures. Here he examines attitudes towards architecture in Arab countries. 82 min. Video/C MM676

[Hardy, Hugh] Getting Closer to the Bone
Introduction: Donlyn Lyndon. A presentation by Hugh Hardy of the New York based architectural firm Hugh Holzman Pfeiffer Associates, known for its wide range of design experience in complex building types for civic, educational and commercial use. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 24, 2005. 72 min. Video/C MM636

[Hariri, Gisue]Hariri & Hariri, Recent Work.
A lecture by Gisue Hariri of the architectural firm Hariri & Hariri. Gisue Hariri and Mojgan Hariri, Cornell-educted sisters, opened their New York City practice in 1986 and now exemplify the spirit of the emerging generation of new architects. High style-handicraft and a social sense of place -- qualities often considered mutually exclusive -- catalytically coexist in their work. Inventive use of materials, pure understanding of light and space, and a philosophical search for the essence of existence are part of their approach. March 8, 2001. 78 min. Video/C 7888

[Hartman, Laura and Fernau, Richad]Fernau & Hartman: Recent Work
A presentation by Richard Fernau and Laura Hartman who formed Fernau & Hartman Architects in 1980 and immediately established a unique reputation for diversity and excellence. Their work combines a sensitivity to historical and vernacular buildings with formal architectural innovation, a special concern for landscape and interiors, and great attention to material detailing. Fernau and Hartman are committed to working at a variety of scales -- from furniture and interiors to residential, commercial and institutional buildings. This event took place at the Pacific Film Archive Theater, University of California, Berkeley on November 29, 2000. 62 min. Video/C 7665

[Hasegawa, Itsuko]A Lecture by Itsuko Hasegawa.
A lecture by Tokyo based architect Itsuko Hasegawa. "One of the fundamental principals of my architecture is that it starts from communication and the ways in which space and communication interact. Various themes that I explore in my architecture are between communications and nature and architecture, or computers and nature and architecture." This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 6, 2004. 79 min. Video/C MM739

[Hood, Walter]Public Sculpture: Models + Paintings + Fabrications
his lecture is presented by Walter Hood, principal of Hood Design Studio, Oakland, Calfornia and Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of California, Berkeley. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 8, 2009. 59 min. DVD X1422

[Howeler, Eric] Verify in Field
A lecture presented by architect Eric Howeler of the Boston based firm Howeler + Yoon Architecture/My Studio. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 11, 2007. 52 min. DVD 7884

[Huljich, Georgina and O'Brien, William G.]Mutual Dependencies
Two lectures presented by Maybeck Fellows in residence at UCB from 2005-2006. William G. O'Brien, Jr. who received his Master of Architecture from Harvard, utilizes computer design processes to foster his interests in the relationships between architecture and formal language. Georginia Huljich, a native of Argentina, who received her degree from the University of California at Los Angeles, has worked at the Guggenheim Museum and the architecural firm of Dean/Wolf Architects in New York. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 1, 2006. Held in conjunction with an exhibit of the work of the Maybeck Fellows, April 10-26, 2006. 93 min. DVD 5939

[Idenburg, Florian]2 Museums in the U.S.
A lecture on the design of museums presented by architect Florian Idenburg of the firm SANAA with offices in Tokyo and New York. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 4, 2007. 66 min. DVD 7883

[Ingenhoven, Christoph]Spatial Phenotypes
This lecture is presented by Christoph Ingenhoven, one of the world's leading architects in designing sustainable and ecological architecture. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 1, 2008. 95 min. DVD X1017

[Ito, Toyo]BAM/PFA's New Building
Internationally acclaimed architect Toyo Ito discusses the current planning of the new BAM/PFA facility, a new visual arts center, one of only a handful of museums in the United States designed to present a full range of the visual arts, including film. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 11, 2009. 97 min. DVD X1423

[IwamotoScott Architecture]Spatial Phenotypes
A lecture presented by principals of the California firm IwamotoScott Architecture. Lisa Iwamoto is assistant professor of Architecture at the University of California, Berkeley and Craig Scott, Associate professor of Architecture at the California College of the Arts. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 5, 2005. 88 min. DVD 5908

[Jacobs, Allan B.] Allan B. Jacobs
University of California, Berkeley professor Allan B. Jacobs, reads from some of his works and comments on insights he has gleaned from his professional life after 25 years of practice as an urban designer, city planner and instructor. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley in 1999. 63 min. Video/C 8622

[Jacobs, Jane] The Global Domestic: The Highrise Postcolonially Considered.
A lecture by Jane Jacobs, professor of Cultural and Urban Geography at the University of Melbourne, Australia. She has published widely on the relationship between postcolonialism and urban form. Her widely cited book Edge of Empire charted the way in which colonial nostalgias and postcolonial hope shaped contemporary cities. Her current work reconsiders the residential highrise as an expression of other modernities. November 9, 2000. 76 min. Video/C 7664

[Jarzombek, Mark]Memory and the Rebuilding of Desden
A lecture presented by art historian and professor Mark Jarzombek, director of History Theory Criticism, MIT's Ph.D. program in the history of architecture and art. He has worked extensively on German modernism and is currently working on East German socialist and postsocialist urbanism. He is currently preparing a book on that topic focusing on the city of Dresden and the question of memory and trauma. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 11, 2002. 57 min. Video/C 9546

[Jeremijenko, Natalie]Ask Not What Technology Can Do For You.
A lecture by Natalie Jeremijenko of the Dept. of Visual Arts of the University of California, San Diego. She is characterized as a new media artist who works at the intersection of contemporary art, science and engineering. Her works take the form of large-scale public art works, media installations, and critical writing, in which she investigates the transformative potential of new technologies -- particularly information technologies. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on September 22, 2004. 104 min. Video/C MM737

[Jones, Wes] Wes Jones
A lecture by Los Angeles based architect Wes Jones. In his use of industrial materials, Jones both engages and confronts technology, bridging the separation between architecture and nature and raising questions about uses of technological "advancements." Honored as the design principal of such projects as the Astronauts Memorial at the Kennedy Space Center, he formed his own practice, Jones Partners Architecture in 1993. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 3, 1999. 75 min. Video/C 8617

[Jones, Wes]Lim(n)IT: Notes on This Next Big Thing 2
A lecture by Wes Jones, founder of Jones, Partners Architecture (1993). In his use of industrial materials, Jones seeks to both engage and confront technology, bridging the separation between architecture and nature and raising questions about the uses of technological advancements. Lecture is accompanied by slides of recent and past projects. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 5, 2003. 61 min. Video/C MM53

[Joy, Rick]The Works
A lecture by Tucson, Arizona prize winning architect Rick Joy. Founder of Rick Joy Architects, he insists that he's a modern architect, but his Modernism, so reductive in its simplicty, is the kind that makes a strong connection with the primitive, utilizing an elemental palette of light, space and soil. This event took place at the Pacific Film Archive Theater, University of California, Berkeley on October 4, 2001. 90 min. Video/C 8603

[Kawamata, Tadashi] Artless: The Site Specific Projects
A lecture by Tokyo-based Tadashi Kawamata, an internationally renowned environmental artist, one of a few contemporary artists who has been influential in the fields of architecture and environmental design as well as visual art. His installations have been exhibited and commissioned throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 25, 2002. 104 min. Video/C 9468

[Kennedy, Sheila] Sheila Kennedy
A lecture by Sheila Kennedy, an architect who focuses on issues of urbanism in the contemporary public realm. Here she comments on new ways to imagine and design the infrastructure and spaces of physical encounter in cities, including examples of work designed by her firm, Kennedy & Violich Architecture of Boston. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley in 1999. 81 min. Video/C 8623

[Khoury, Bernard] Plan B: Bernard Khoury in Beirut.
Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury describes post-war Beirut "as a hyper-contemporary version of the capitalist city in a state of anarchy." He feels that recent developments and buildings reflect a literal translation of local building laws and regulations that generate a highly congested cityscape of bad developer's architecture. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on September 29, 2004. 80 min. Video/C MM738

[Kiang, Kang and Terpeluk, Brett]The Garden in the Factory: Converging Concepts of Sustainability at the California Academy of Sciences
This lecture is presented by Friedman Visiting Professors Brett Terpeluk of the Renzo Piano Building Workshop in Genoa, Italy and Kang Kiang of Stantec Architecture. Both firms were instrumental in the development of the sustainable architectural features of the new California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on September 19, 2007. 69 min. DVD 9300

[Kishi, Waro] The Projects of Allied Works
A lecture presented by architect and professor at the Kyoto Institute of Technology, Waro Kishi. His workoffers unusually rich sectional and spatial variations. He is known for crisp, elegantly detailed modern buildings, often unbelievably tiny, but with a sense of great openness and light and frequently interwoven with gardens of a traditional style. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 21, 2002. 90 min. Video/C 9544

[Klein, Astrid and Dytham, Mark]Klein Dytham Architecture: Architecture is More
A lecture presented by European architects Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham who have been based in Tokyo for nearly twenty years. Their earlier work with interactive construction fences and sinuous furnishings has yielded to an unusual and eclectic architectural practice. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 8, 2006. 65 min. DVD 5950

[Klotz, Mathias]Projects
A lecture by Chilean architect and director of the Diego Portales University, Mathias Klotz. His work has opened up the South American landscape to a significant and poetic art and architecture that infuses Chilean tradition with modernists materials and ideas. This event took place at the Pacific Film Archive Theater, University of California, Berkeley on November 15, 2001. 95 min. Video/C 8607

[Kohler, Matthias and Gramazio, Fabio]Digital Materiality in Architecture
This lecture is jointly presented by Fabio Gramazio and Matthias Kohler, architects and authors of Digital materiality in architecture. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 1, 2009. 118 min. DVD X1421
[Kuma, Kengo] Anti-object
A lecture by Japanese Architect Kengo Kuma who's work successfully incorporates traditional building. materials such as straw, bamboo and stone into a clean, modernist architecture. His work is notable for sensitivity to site and his entire body of work received the prestigious "International Spirit of Nature" Wood Architecture Award in 2002. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 5, 2003. 82 min. Video/C 9553

[Kuo, Jeannette]CED Visiting Professor Lectures, 2007
The Tennessee Valley authority: design and persuasion / Tim Culvahouse (Friedman visiting professor) -- Territorial tactics / Jeannette Kuo (Maybeck fellow) Lectures presented by Friedman visiting professor Tim Culvahouse and Maybeck visiting fellow, Jeannette Kuo. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 21, 2007. 74 min. DVD 7875

[Lasch, Chris]Tooling
A lecture by Benjamin Aranda and Chris Lasch of the New York based architectural firm Aranda/Lasch. This technologically progressive young firm investigates advanced computational methods and algorithmic codes that can be used to foster architectural design. By openly sharing these codes, they seek to foster further investigation into their methods, allowing other architects to model and evolve more critical and insighful geometries and patterns. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on Martch 12, 2006. 95 min. DVD 5971

[Leers, Andrea] Made to Measure
This lecture is presented by Andrea Leers from the Boston architectural firm Leers Weinzapfel Associates. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 19, 2007. 69 min. DVD 9314

[Legorreta, Ricardo] Legorreta + Legorreta, Mexico City, Mexico.
A lecture by Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta whose work has continually addressed the texture of the urban fabric with buildings that are conceived as landscape forms and are usually treated as hedonistic domains. Legoretta established his own practice in 1960 and confirmed his reputation as one of the few figures capable of elevating the neo-vernacular manner of Baronage from domestic scale to a monumental scale with his design for the Caiman Real Hotel in Mexico City. April 26, 2001. 88 min. Video/C 8117

[Lehrer, Mia] Made in California
This lecture is presented by Mia Lehrer, principal of the Los Angeles based firm Mia Lehrer + Associates. She is internationally recognized for her progressive landscape designs -- unique amalgamations of graphic configurations, found objects, architectural pottery, and rich textures -- and her advocacy for environmentally sensitive and people-friendly public space. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 10, 2010. 91 min. DVD X5962

Lessons from the David Brower Center: Teaching Green
A panel discussion upon the opening of the new Brower Center, Berkeley's "greenest" building, involving the building's design team and several UCB faculty in the Dept. of Architecture. Followed by questions from the audience. Panel: Daniel Solomon, Susan Ubbelohde, Harrison Fraker, Stanley Saitowitz, Sam Davis, Chris Benton, Maria Paz Gutierrez. Presented at The Brower Symposium: building green, who learned what from whom? held on April 23, 2009 at the University of California, Berkeley. 146 min. DVD X1425

[Lewis-Tsurumaki-Lewis] Satirical Dfficiencies
A lecture by Marc Tsurumaki and Paul Lewis of the New York architectural firm Lewis-Tsurumaki-Lewis. The lecture highlights the firm's recent speculative and built work which expands beyond traditional architecture to include multi-media installations, architecture fabrication and construction, and the theory and practice of digital technology. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on May 2, 2002. 90 min. Video/C 9469

[Longhi, Luis] Luis Longhi
This lecture is presented by Luis Longhi, principal of Longhi Arquitectos S.A., Lima, Peru and chair of the Department of Architecture at the University of Lima. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 29, 2010. 69 min. DVD X5963

[Longstreth, Richard W.] Retail Development and Redefining Place in the Twentieth Century
lecture by Richard Longstreth, director of the Graduate Program in Historic Preservation at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Longstreth is one of America's leading architectural historians and is particularly known for his work on the history of retail buildings and commercial streetscapes. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 17, 2003. 50 min. Video/C 9554

[Lynn, Greg]Giant Robot Architecture
A lecture presented by architect Greg Lynn, a leading pioneer at the intersection of computing, design, and architecture. Lynn's firm, Greg Lynn FORM, produces projects that challenge traditional ideas about architectural design methods by integrating the computer into its design processes, utilizing it as a tool to investigate design decisions and to represent projects both in 2D and 3D. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 2, 2008. 75 min. DVD 9677

[Lynn, Greg]Intricacies of Form
A lecture presented by architect Greg Lynn addressing the relationship between contemporary digital technologies and architectural form, from surface modelling to rapid prototyping. Lynn's firm, Greg Lynn FORM, produces projects that challenge traditional ideas about architectural design methods by integrating the computer into its design processes, utilizing it as a tool to investigate design decisions through animations and the moving section, to represent projects both in 2D and 3D. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on January 29, 2003. 62 min. Video/C 9547

[Mack, Mark]Easy Living.
A lecture by Mark Mack, professor of architecture at the University of California, Los Angeles. Founder of Mack Architects, he has sought to establish a clear rapport between a building and its site. His buildings are distributed over an extraordinarily wide geographic area in Austria, Japan, Switzerland, Idaho and California. Current work includes "green" housing in Vienna, an art gallery in Reno and a handful of residences in California and Nevada. October 26, 2000. 104 min. Video/C 7662

[MacKay-Lyons, Brian]Willing Paradises
A lecture presented by Canadian architect Brian MacKay-Lyons of the firm Sweetapple Architects in Halifax, Nova Scotia. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on January 31, 2007. 103 min. DVD 7873

[Maki, Fumihiko] Work: Fumihiko Maki.
Renowned Japanese architect Fumihiko Maki delivers the 20th annual East Bay AIA lecture. Although still identified with the classic modernism of the international style, Maki has moved on to create more complicated buildings that relate to the contemporary movement known as deconstruction. His high-profile designs include the Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo, the Nippon Convention Center and the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium in Kyoto. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 15, 2004. 92 min. Video/C MM332

[Maki, Fumihiko] Recent Works
A lecture by Japanese architect Fumihiko Maki founder of Maki and Associates, Tokyo, Japan. His structures tend to be made of metal, concrete and glass, the classic materials of the modernist age. Maki has maintained a consistent interest in new technology, quite often taking advantage of modular systems in his constructions which include Isar Buro Park, Munich and the Visual Arts Center building in Yerba Buena Gardens, San Francisco. March 15, 2001. 74 min. Video/C 7887

[Maki, Fumihiko] Fifty Years of Architecture: Recent Projects and Open Forum
A presentation by Fumihiko Maki, widely regarded as one of Japan's finest architects. His buildings are known for their innovative use of modern materials, attention to well-crafted details and over-all sensibility of lightness and transparency. In part one he discusses recent projects undertaken by Maki and Associates. Part two is an extensive informal open forum discussion between Maki, faculty and architectural students. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley in 1999. 212 min. Video/C 8624

[Maltzan, Michael] Oblique Actions
A lecture presented by Michael Maltzan of the Los Angeles based firm Michael Maltzan Architecture, Inc. A 1999 recipient of the Young Architects Award, Mr. Maltzan discusses his most recent architectural projects. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on December 7, 2005. 84 min. DVD 5926

[Manfredi, Michael and Weiss, Marion]Surface/Subsurface
This lecture is presented by Marion Weiss and Michael Manfredi of the architectural firm Weiss/Manfredi in New York City. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 10, 2007. 87 min. DVD 9306

[Mansilla, Luis]Battlefields
Introduction: Roddy Creedon. A presentation by Luis Mansilla, principal of the Spanish based architectural firm Mansilla + Tu~non Arquitectos. Among their works are the Royal Collections Museum in Madrid, a housing project in Navarra, a civic center in Barcelona, and a Science Park In Granada. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 23, 2005. 72 min. Video/C MM635

[Mastenbroek, Bjarne and Gianotten, David]SeARCH: To Find a Home
This lecture is presented by Bjarne Mastenbroek and David Gianotten, co-directors of SeARCH, a firm located in Amsterdam that develops architectural and urban building projects and researches architecture, landscaping, urbanism, and new building products and materials. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 7, 2007. 81 min. DVD 9313

[Mayne, Thom]Morphosis: Continuities of the Incomplete
A lecture by Thom Mayne of the renowned Los Angeles based Morphosis Architects. The designs of Morphosis often include multiple organizational systems which find unique expression while contributing to a coherent whole. Visually, the firm's architecture includes sculptural forms which often appear to arise effortlessly from the landscape, which in recent years has been made increasingly possible through the use of computational design techniques. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 26, 2006. 110 min. DVD 5969

[Mazzanti, Giancarlo]From Global to Local: Latin America
A lecture presented in the UCB Latin America Now series, which is devoted to the work of a new generation of Latin American architects. This program features a lecture by Colombian architect Giancarlo Mazzanti of the firm Giancarlo Mazzanti Arquitecto. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 4, 2006. 67 min. DVD 7225

[Merrill, Scott]Selected Works
A lecture by architect Scott Merrill, co-founder of the firm Merrill and Pastor Architects of Verona Beach, Florida. His firm has received several state and national AIA design awards, having designed a number of different building types from churches to apartment buildings, an equestrian center, a small office building, rental cottages and customized houses. This event took place at the Pacific Film Archive Theater, University of California, Berkeley on November 2, 2000. 79 min. Video/C 7663

[Mori, Toshiko]Material Evidence: Toshiko Mori.
A lecture presented by architect Toshiko Mori of New York City. His firm's specific area of interest is in materials and fabrication methods for architecture and in using both new and traditional materials andtechniques with light and landscape.This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 6, 2004. 97 min. Video/C MM330
[Moss, Eric Owen]Too Much is Not Enough
This lecture is presented by Eric Owen Moss. Over the last 30 years Eric Owen Moss Architects has built a wide array of award-winning buildings and has helped shape the discourse of architecture internationally. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 4, 2009. 98 min. DVD X5956
[Mossop, Elizabeth]Agency in Urban Landscapes
This lecture is presented by Elizabeth Mossop, Principal of Spackman, Mossop+Michaels Landscape Architects. Her work specializes in the design of the public landscape, parks, urban spaces and infrastructure in Australia and the U.S. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 4, 2009. 66 min. DVD X5958

[Murcutt, Glenn]Works
This lecture is presented by the Australian architect Glenn Murcutt whose motto "touch the earth lightly" convinces him to design his works to fit into the Australian landscape with a focus on the environment. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 15, 2008. 95 min. DVD 9683

[Nishizawa, Taira]How to Create Contemporary Architecture
This lecture is presented by Taira Nishizawa, of Taira Nishizawa Architects, Tokyo. Nishizawa's works focus on the integration of "duality" in contemporary architecture. The formal aspect of the architecture and the vulgar aspect of contemporary society are always put together creatively and dramatically in his works. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on September 14, 2009. 78 min. DVD X1020

[Nordenson, Guy]Engineering in the Time of Climate Change
This lecture is presented by Guy Nordenson, Professor of Structural Engineering and Architecture at Princeton University. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 27, 2008. 78 min. DVD X1020

[Noero, Jo]Architecture, Memory and Culture: A South African Perspective
A presentation by South African architect Jo Noero, recently appointed director of the School of Architecture and Planning at the University of Cape Town. He presents architectural projects designed and completed by his firm Jo Noero Architects in Johannesburg. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on September 21, 2000. 90 min. Video/C 7659

[Norten, Enrique]Enrique Norten
A lecture by architect Enrique Norten, who has been credited with altering both the face of Mexican architecture and the world's perception of it. On his drawing board you won't find heavy masonry buildings influenced by the Aztecs. Instead the design team of TEN Arquitectors, the firm he founded in 1985, produces light modernist structures of steel and glass. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 1, 1999. 75 min. Video/C 8616

[Norten, Enrique]Work in Progress.
A lecture presented in the UCB Latin America Now series, which is devoted to the work of a new generation of Latin American architects. This program features a lecture by Mexican architect Enrique Norten of the TEN Arquitectors firm. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 11, 2006. 94 min. DVD 7226

[Norten, Enrique]Enrique Norten
A lecture by architect Enrique Norten, who has been credited with altering both the face of Mexican architecture and the world's perception of it. On his drawing board you won't find heavy masonry buildings influenced by the Aztecs. Instead the design team of TEN Arquitectors, the firm he founded in 1985, produces light modernist structures of steel and glass. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 1, 1999. 75 min. Video/C 8616

[Otto, Greg] Design Centric Engineering
This lecture is presented by Greg Otto of Buro Happold Consulting Engineers. He is UC Berkeley Friedman Visiting Associate Professor of Architecture, for Spring 2010. Educated as an architect and engineer, Otto's focus has been on multi-disciplinary, collaborative working between the two disciplines, and the potential for innovation that this brings. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 3, 2010. 70 min. DVD X1019

[Oubrerie, José]Architecture Before Geometry: The Primacy of Imagination
This lecture is presented by French architect and author José Oubrerie, currently Professor of Architecture at the Ohio State University. In the early 1960s, he collaborated with Le Corbusier on the design of the Church of Saint Pierre at Firminy. Forty years later, Oubrerie completed the project and the building opened in 2006. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 22, 2008. 103 min. DVD X1019

[O'Brien, William G. and Huljich, Georginia]Mutual Dependencies
Two lectures presented by Maybeck Fellows in residence at UCB from 2005-2006. William G. O'Brien, Jr. who received his Master of Architecture from Harvard, utilizes computer design processes to foster his interests in the relationships between architecture and formal language. Georginia Huljich, a native of Argentina, who received her degree from the University of California at Los Angeles, has worked at the Guggenheim Museum and the architecural firm of Dean/Wolf Architects in New York. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 1, 2006. Held in conjunction with an exhibit of the work of the Maybeck Fellows, April 10-26, 2006. 93 min. DVD 5939

[Ogrydziak, Luke and Prillinger,Zoe]Endgames
This lecture is presented by Friedman Visiting Professors Luke Ogrydziak and Zoe Prillinger of the San Francisco based firm Ogrydziak/Prillinger Architects. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on September 12, 2007. 79 min. DVD 9299

[Pasquarelli, Gregg]Out of Practice
This lecture is presented by Gregg Pasquarelli of ShoP Architects in New York City. The firm has a reputation for combining formal ingenuity with business-like cost and schedule control, and applying technology to both design and business processes. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 27, 2008. 88 min. DVD 9680

[Pasquarelli, Gregg]Fluid Extraction
A lecture by Gregg Pasquarelli, adjunct professor at the Columbia Graduate School of Architecture and partner in SHoP/Sharples Holden Pasquarelli, an architectural firm in New York City. In this lecture he addresses the application of digital design to architectural techniques and new building styles. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 6, 2002. 85 min. Video/C 8814

[Pastor, Manuel] This Could be the Start of Something Big
This lecture is presented by Manuel Pastor, professor of Geography and American Studies and Ethnicity, University of Southern California. Here he comments on his recent book: "This could be the start of something big: how social movements for regional equity are transforming metropolitan America." This event took place at the University of California, November 16, 2009. 77 min. DVD X5969

[Polshek, James]Architecture and Anonymity.
James Polshek of the firm Polshek Partnership Architects (New York) delivers the 21st annual East Bay AIA lecture. The architectural designs of the firm, widely recognized internationally for excellence, proceed from the shared belief that the most elegant architectural responses are both technically and socially relevant to their time and place. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 20, 2005. 102 min. Video/C MM674

[Predock, Antoine]Antoine Predock
A lecture by New Mexico architect Antoine Predock. His basic approach is to be site specific and to evoke a spirit of place in each of his designs, with concerns for both nature and culture informing his work. He is very concerned with how the structure interacts with its surroundings and has called his style "abstract landscape," thus he blends the structure in with the surrounding landscape. Most of his work has been done in the harsh climate and rough terrain of the South West. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley in 1999. 98 min. Video/C 8626

[Perez-Gomez, Alberto]Alberto Perez-Gomez
Noted author and professor of architecture at McGill University, Alberto Perez-Gomez, lectures on the main line of the argument of his most recent book, Architectural representation and the perspective hinge. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley in 1999. 110 min. Video/C 8620

[Peterson, John]Creating a Public Architecture
A lecture presented by California architect John Peterson, principal of San Francisco based Peterson Architects. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 28, 2007. 63 min. DVD 7876

[Piermarini, Anthony J.]Recent Work: Exploring Social Spaces
A lecture presented by architect Anthony Piermarini of the Boston based architectural firm Studio Luz Architects. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 14, 2007. 55 min. DVD 7881

[Pita, Florencia and Puzio, Christopher]Alice (Florencia Pita); Holy Ghost (Christopher Puzio)
In this noontime lecture two young architects, Florencia Pita (Los Angeles) and Christopher Puzio (San Diego), discuss their joint architectural installation which examines the realm between digital, ornamenal and materials systems. Presented in conjunction with their exhibition in Wurster Hall, UCB, held from October 14-November 7, 2007. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 22, 2007. 51 min. DVD 9309

[Ponce de Leon, Monica]Recent Projects
A lecture by Monica Ponce de Leon, Harvard professor and founding member of the unique collaboration of Office dA which endeavors to expand conventional ideas of architectural intervention by integrating vernacular building practices and traditional construction techniques with new manufacturing processes. This event took place at the Pacific Film Archive Theater, University of California, Berkeley on September 27, 2001. 87 min. Video/C 8602

[Predock, Adrian and Frane, John]Chameleonic Enterprises.
A presentation by John Frane and Adrian Predock of Predock-Frane Architects which was established in Santa Monica in 2000 as a collaborative research and development studio. During the past five years, the firm has attempted to weave together a series of explorations that deal with the erosion of traditional disciplinary boundaries and environmental intelligence. They feel that these areas are present in the current world landscape, ripe with potential, yet under-explored in the built world. his event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 13, 2005. 66 min. Video/C MM673

[Prillinger,Zoe and Ogrydziak, Luke]Endgames
This lecture is presented by Friedman Visiting Professors Luke Ogrydziak and Zoe Prillinger of the San Francisco based firm Ogrydziak/Prillinger Architects. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on September 12, 2007. 79 min. DVD 9299

[Puzio, Christopher and Pita, Florencia]Alice (Florencia Pita); Holy Ghost (Christopher Puzio)
In this noontime lecture two young architects, Florencia Pita (Los Angeles) and Christopher Puzio (San Diego), discuss their joint architectural installation which examines the realm between digital, ornamenal and materials systems. Presented in conjunction with their exhibition in Wurster Hall, UCB, held from October 14-November 7, 2007. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 22, 2007. 51 min. DVD 9309

[Quayle, Moura] Design Means Business
This lecture is presented by Moura Quayle, professor at the Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia. Her work is centered on the urban landscape, including the public realm, urban ecology, greenways, public ways, and streets. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 24, 2010. 69 min. DVD X5964

[Ranieri, Elizabeth]Recent Projects: Kuth Ranieri.
A lecture presented by architect Kuth Ranieri of the San Francisco based firm Kuth Ranieri Architecture, that specializes in exhibitions, residential and small commercial projects. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 17, 2004. 65 min. Video/C MM329

[Ranieri, Elizabeth] Recent Work
The San Francisco based architecture studio Kuth/Ranieri has worked to extend the scope of residential and commercial work to include interiors, furniture custom systems and exhibition. In addition to being a principal of the firm, the lecturer Elizabeth Ranieri, is also a teacher and a builder. The firm's design process looks for opportunities to inscribe their designs with cultural and tectonic attitudes that anchor a project to its program, place and time. This event took place at the Pacific Film Archive Theater, University of California, Berkeley on November 8, 2001. 55 min. Video/C 8606

[Reed, Roger]From Virtual to Actual
This lecture is presented by Roger Reed of A. Zahner Company of Kansas City, which has pioneered advances in the architectural metal industry. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 15, 2007. 51 min. DVD 9308

[Reese, Carol McMichael]Panama's Tropical Modernity: New Towns and the Canal Zone.
A lecture presented in the UCB Latin America Now series, which is devoted to the work of a new generation of Latin American architects. This program features a lecture by art historian Carol McMichael Reese, who teaches in the School of Architecture at Tulane University, New Orleans where she specializes in architectural and urban history and theory, focusing particularly on the Americas. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 25, 2006. 84 min. DVD 7228

[Renfro, Charles]The New Black
This lecture is presented by Charles Renfro, principal of Diller Scofidio + Renfro, New York, an interdisciplinary studio at the crossroads of architecture, the visual arts and the performing arts. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on May 1, 2009. 72 min. DVD X1426

[Romero, Fernando]Translations
This lecture is presented by the Mexican architect Fernando Romero, founder of the Laboratory of Architecture (LAR). This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 30, 2008. 56 min. DVD 9685

[Romito, Lorenzo and Careri, Francesco]Osservatorio Nomade: Walking Process and the Beyond-city
A lecture presented by Francesco Careri and Lorenzo Romito, architects at the Stalker Lab in Rome that specializes in design issues and uses of public urban spaces. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 18, 2007. 87 min. DVD 7885

[Saitowitz, Stanley]M-Arch 77
A lecture by University of California, Berkeley professor and architect Stanley Saitowitz. Saitowitz's approach to design is considered "human geography," and is especially cogniscent of the relation of building and setting. A particular concept is established for each architectural project to give unique measure to the specific program and site. Lecture is accompanied by slides of various projects by Saitowitz. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on September 17, 2003. 87 min. Video/C MM46

[Sanchez, Javier]Recent work by Higuera + Sanchez.
A lecture by Javier Sanchez of the architectural firm Higuera + Sanchez of Mexico City. "When the state is not able to provide infrastructure and required services, architects must develop strategies to meet the needs of citizens. By small steps, well designed buildings propose new forms of making urban life better." This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 27, 2004. 90 min. Video/C MM740

[Sanders, Joel] Gender, Sexuality and the Landscape/Architecture Divide
This lecture is presented by Joel Sanders, principal of Joel Sanders, Architect practicing in New York City, Associate Professor of Architecture at Yale University and the 2009-10 Arcus Endowment Scholar-in-Residence, at UC Berkeley. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 17, 2010. 73 min. DVD X5965

[Sauer, Rolf]Rolf Sauer
A lecture by landscape architect, Rolf Sauer, a founding partner of the landscape architecture firm Andropogan Associates. Mr. Sauer is highly recognized for his commitment to developing ecologically sound alternatives to conventional practices and the ecological restoration of properties. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley in 1999. 72 min. Video/C 8625

[Scarpa, Lawrence]Ordinary and Extraordinary.
A lecture presented by architect Lawrence Scarpa of the architectural firm Pugh + Scarpa. The firm has been recognized for the creation of environmentally friendly buildings as well as the development of technically advanced and economical designs. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 11, 2004. 67 min. Video/C MM325

[Scarpa, Tobia]Reflections on the Experiences of a DesignerThis lecture is presented by Tobia Scarpa, renowned Italian architect and interior, furniture, and lighting designer. He has a career spanning over 50 years with his wife and partner, Afra Scarpa. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 20, 2009. 60 min. DVD X5959

[Schwartz, Frederic] THINK: Global
This lecture is presented by Frederic Schwartz, an award winning architect and planner with particular expertise in affordable, sustainable housing. Schwartz has been selected by the citizens of New Orleans and the New Orleans City Planning Commission to re-plan one third of the city for 40% of its post-Hurricane Katrina population. After the terrorists attacks of 9/11 he founded THINK-- an international group of architects selected to master plan and re-imagine Ground Zero. This event took place at the University of California, October 7, 2009. 87 min. DVD X5968

[Schwarzer, Mitchell] Windshield city
A lecture by Mitchell Schwarzer, architectural historian, author and assoc. professor of Architecture and Art History at the California College of Arts and Crafts. In this lecture he reads from his recent book "Zoomscape," about driving on the freeway as an architectural experience. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 28, 2002. 90 min. Video/C 8813

[Segal, Rafi and Weizman, Eyal]A The Politics of Israeli Architecture: Rafi Segal and Eyal Weizman.
A lecture presented by architects Rafi Segal and Eyal Weizman, centering on issues from their book, "A civilian occupation, the politics of Israeli architecture." The lecture is followed by a panel discussion and question and answer session about their presentation and the concurrent exhibit on the topic at Kroeber Hall. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 10, 2004. 103 min. Video/C MM328

[Short, Alan]A Decade of Making Green Buildings in Europe.
A lecture by architect Alan Short, professor of architecture and dean of the Faculty of Art & Design at De Montfort University, UK. He founded Short & Associates in London in 1996, an architectural firm that focuses on the design of sustainable architecture at the public scale. October 19, 2000. 80 min. Video/C 7661

[Shortridge, Steven]Making Access
A lecture presented by Steven Shortridge of Callas Shortridge Architects, based in Culver City, California. Focuses on the strengths of West Coast practice, including an interest in place and material. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 2, 2005. 56 min. DVD 5922

[Siegal, Jennifer] Mobile: The Art of Portable Architecture
A lecture by Jennifer Siegal, head of the Office of Mobile Design of Los Angeles and Associate Professor at Woodbury University in Burbank. She specializes in the development of "mobile" architecture, designing and constructing portable, demountable and mobile structures, specializing in finding non-standard solutions to unconventional and unique problems. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on September 23, 2002. 58 min. Video/C 9541

[Silvetti, Jorge] Recent Work
A lecture by architect and professor of Achitecture at Harvard University, Jorge Silvetti of the Boston-based firm Machado and Silvetti Associates Inc. He presents recent works by the firm accompanied by slides of recent and past projects. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on September 24, 2003. 93 min. Video/C MM47

[Sinclair, Cameron]Design Like You Give a Damn
This lecture is presented by Cameron Sinclair, Executive Director of Architecture for Humanity, an organization based in Sausalito, California which specializes in designing housing for areas affected by natural disasters. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 17, 2007. 110 min. DVD 9307

[Smith-Miller, Henry]Moving Space
This lecture is presented by Henry Smith-Miller of Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects, New York. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 5, 2008. 68 min. DVD X1021

[Solomon, Daniel]Cloth From Threads
A lecture by Daniel Solomon, co-founder of Congress for the New Urbanism and professor emeritus of U.C. Berkeley. The author of many articles and books, he is a pivotal force in the development of livable, urban communities. Lecture is accompanied by slides of recent and past projects. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 19, 2003. 81 min. Video/C MM55

[Sorkin, Michael]Michael Sorkin
A lecture by Michael Sorkin, one of the most talked-about and controversial architects working today. A critical and polemical (yet humorous) voice in contemporary culture, he is a highly respected and internationally known architect, writer and lecturer. Sorkin believes that every architect must reinvent architecture. Many of the visionary architectural proposals and projects by Michael Sorkin Studio exist on theoretical and experimental levels, with many of the proposals focusing on ingenious urban redevelopment schemes. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley in 1999. 101 min. Video/C 8627

[Schwarzer, Mitchell]Windshield City
A lecture by Mitchell Schwarzer, architectural historian, author and assoc. professor of Architecture and Art History at the California College of Arts and Crafts. In this lecture he reads from his recent book "Zoomscape," about driving on the freeway as an architectural experience. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 28, 2002. 90 min. Video/C 8813

[Solomon, Dan]Round and Round the Block
This lecture is presented by Dan Solomon, principal of WRT in San Francisco, a collaborative practice of city and regional planners, urban designers, landscape architects and architects who create vibrant and sustainable places on many scales. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 15, 2009. 76 min. DVD X1424

[Spiller, Neil]Towards a Reflexive and Phataphysical Architecture
This lecture is presented by Neil Spiller, Professor of Architecture and Digital theory and director of AVATAR (Advanced Virtual & Technological Architecture Research Group). This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 13, 2008. 75 min. DVD 9678

[Spina, Marcelo and Zellner, Peter] Material Sensations
Introduction: Raveevarn Choksombatchai. A joint lecture presented by Los Angeles based architects Peter Zellner and Marcelo Spina. Peter Zellner is the founding principal of Zellner/Design Planning Research, an environmental consulting office that aims to bring innovative thinking to building and urban designs. Marcelo Spina is the founder and principal of PATTERNS, a design research architectural practice. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 2, 2005. 96 min. Video/C MM632

[Spina, Maxi]Reflective Formations
This lecture is presented by the Argentine architect Maxi Spina, the 2008 Maybeck Fellow. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 9, 2008. 55 min. DVD 9682

[Steely, Craig and Burnham, Douglas]
Local Practice.A speech by Douglas Burnham of Envelope A+D, a collaborative design group in Oakland and Craig Steely of Steely Architecture based in San Francisco. Introduction: Roddy Creedon. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 10, 2004. 123 min. Video/C MM742

[Stern, Gerald]Poetry Reading on Cities and Other Matters.
Lecture with reference to architectural issues by renowned poet Gerald Stern who spent many years teaching at the University of Iowa Writers' Workshops. March 1, 2001. 67 min. Video/C 7798

[Sulan, Kolatan]Muten
Introduction: Anthony Burke. A presentation by Sulan Kolatan of the New York based Kolatan / Mac Donald Studio, which focuses on the digital design, research and fabrication of architectural products. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 2, 2005. 74 min. Video/C MM637

[Swatt, Robert]Livable Modern
A lecture presented by Robert Swatt, principal of Emeryville based Swatt Architects and author of the book "Swatt Architects: Livable modern." This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 12, 2005. 70 min. DVD 5910

[Swett, Richard N.]Leadership and Advocacy Through Design
A lecture presented by Richard N. Swett, former U.S. ambassador, congressman, architect and author of "Leadership by design: creating an architecture of trust." Swett provides a global perspective on leadership and design and offers steps that designers can take to shape the world and solve community challenges. The philosophical foundations for design-oriented leadership are presented, highlighted by evocative stories of past and present leaders who have used design as a leadership tool. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 8, 2005. 74 min. DVD 5903

[Tehrani, Nader]Disciplined Inconsistencies
A lecture presented by Nader Tehrani, one of the principals of the firm Office dA and adjunct professor of Architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 19, 2005. 86 min. DVD 5909

[Terpeluk, Brett and Kiang, Kang]The Garden in the Factory: Converging Concepts of Sustainability at the California Academy of Sciences
This lecture is presented by Friedman Visiting Professors Brett Terpeluk of the Renzo Piano Building Workshop in Genoa, Italy and Kang Kiang of Stantec Architecture. Both firms were instrumental in the development of the sustainable architectural features of the new California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on September 19, 2007. 69 min. DVD 9300

[Tezuka, Takaharu and Yui]Roof-less Architecture
A lecture by Takaharu and Yui Tezuka, who won the 2005 Architects Institute of Japan Award for their Corten-clad Echigo-Matsunoyama Museum of Natural Science and the 2003 Architects Institute of Japan Award for Roof House, featuring a low-slope residential roof accommodating dining, outdoor showers, and all aspects of daily living. Their firm Tezuka Architects is best know for rethinking architectural convention with innovative results. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 18, 2006. DVD 5970

3 Books/3 Faculty
In this lecture four UCB professors of architecture discuss the content of their recently published books. Contents: 194X : architecture, planning, and consumer culture on the American home front / Andrew Shanken -- Detail in process / Christine Killory and René Davids -- Earth architecture / Ronald Rael. 58 min. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 11, 2009. DVD X1415

[Till, Gretchen and Creedon, Roddy]
The Importance of Remembering The National AIDS Memorial Design Competition. Presentation: Roddy Creedon, Gretchen Till ; panelists: Walter Hood, Reed Kroloff, Ken Ruebuch, Roddy Creedon. Presentation and panel discussion by jurors from the National Aids Memorial Design Competition, an open competition inviting architects to design a memorial for the National AIDS Memorial Grove in San Francisco. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 6, 2005. 86 min. Video/C MM672

[Trakas, George]George Trakas
A lecture by George Trakas, an environmental sculptor whose interest in water resource issues, tides, currents and shoreline construction is manifest in a wide range of projects, in collaboration with architects whose projects evidence concern with the environmental issues of design. In this lecture he presents visual samples of his sculptures integrated into a wide range of projects. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley in 1999. 71 min. Video/C 8625

[Tsurumaki, Marc and Lewis, Paul]Satirical Efficiencies
A lecture by Marc Tsurumaki and Paul Lewis of the New York architectural firm Lewis-Tsurumaki-Lewis. The lecture highlights the firm's recent speculative and built work which expands beyond traditional architecture to include multi-media installations, architecture fabrication and construction, and the theory and practice of digital technology. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on May 2, 2002. 90 min. Video/C 9469

[Urbach, Henry]
Recent Work and Other Appropriations: Henry Urbach.
Architect Henry Urbach, of the Henry Urbach Arcitecture Gallery in New York delivers the Arcus Endowment lecture. The firm specializes in installation architecture at museum sites presenting constructions within galleries of temporary, full-scale architecture that creates spaces, programs and experiences. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 14, 2004. 110 min. Video/C MM331

[Vekstein, Claudio]Public Demonstration Architecture
This lecture is presented by Claudio Vekstein, professor in the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture at Arizona State University who specializes in the architecture of public works. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 18, 2009. 92 min. DVD X1420

[Weems, Marianne]Architecture in Performance
This lecture is presented by Marianne Weems, film director and founder of The Builders Association in Brooklyn, a performance and media ensemble which produces multidisciplinary performances that combine new media with the performing arts. The approach of The Builders Association lies at the crossroads of visual arts, architecture and performance. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on December 5, 2007. 65 min. DVD 9316

[Weisman, Ines]Interior Exile and Paper Architecture
This lecture is presented by Ines Weizman, director for the Center for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths College, University of London. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 20, 2009. 72 min. DVD X1416

[Weiss, Marion and Manfredi, Michael]Surface/Subsurface
This lecture is presented by Marion Weiss and Michael Manfredi of the architectural firm Weiss/Manfredi in New York City. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 10, 2007. 87 min. DVD 9306

[Weizman, Eyal and Segal, Rafi]A The Politics of Israeli Architecture: Rafi Segal and Eyal Weizman.
A lecture presented by architects Rafi Segal and Eyal Weizman, centering on issues from their book, "A civilian occupation, the politics of Israeli architecture." The lecture is followed by a panel discussion and question and answer session about their presentation and the concurrent exhibit on the topic at Kroeber Hall. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 10, 2004. 103 min. Video/C MM328

[Whyte, Iain Boyd]Sensual Modernism
A lecture presented by Iain Boyd Whyte, Professor of Architectural History at the University of Edinburgh and scholar of modern German architecture. Here he discusses the architectural creations of 20th century German expressionist architects who created a steel and glass-based architectural style. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 12, 2003. 60 min. Video/C 9549

[Wilford ,Michael] Die neue Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart: Architects James Stirling, Michael Wilford and Associates
Scottish architect James Stirling describes the architecture and construction of the New State Gallery in Stuttgart. In a very entertaining way while walking around the museum, he outlines the elements used in the architectural design and presents insights into the restrictions of such projects. 1985. 19 min. Video/C 8803

[Williams, Frank] High Rise/Skyscraper Design in New York.
A lecture by architect Frank Williams, presenting buildings designed by his firm in New York and around the world including hotels, urban residential and mixed-use commercial buildings. Currently, the firm has under construction a 55 story "W" hotel in Times Square, a 42 story luxury residential tower on Park Avenue in New York and a 51 story residential complex in San Francisco. April 5, 2001. 71 min. Video/C 8116

[Wiscombe, Tom] Emergent Architecture.
A speech by architect Tom Wiscombe, born in La Jolla, California, and based in Los Angeles and Vienna. In 1999, he founded Emergent, a network of designers and technicians dedicated to researching issues of globalism, technology, and materiality through built form. Introduction: Anthony Burke. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 17, 2004. 76 min. Video/C MM743

[Wolch, Jennifer] Lively Cities
This lecture is presented by Jennifer Wolch, Dean of the College of Environmental Design at UCB. In this lecture she examines how environmental design can move beyond existing practices of good city form rooted in green building, smart growth, and landscape urbanism, in order to define a more inclusive model for "post-green" urbanism. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on September 2, 2009. 70 min. DVD X5954

[Wood, Dan and Andraos, Amale] Sur les paves la ferme
This lecture is presented by Amale Andraos and Dan Wood, principals of Work Architecture Company, New York (WORKac). They have taught together at Princeton University's School of Architecture, where they focus on the interactions between architecture, ecology and urbanism. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 5, 2008. 68 min. DVD X1022

[Wright, Gwendolyn]A Prismatic History of Modern Architecture
This lecture is presented by Gwendoly Wright, Professor of Architecture at Columbia University. Wright's work focuses principally on American architecture and urbanism from the late-nineteenth century to the present day. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on September 24, 2008. 76 min. DVD X1016

[Yang; Soo-In; Benjamin, David] Life Now
This lecture is presented by David Benjamin and Soo-In Yang, of "Living Architects" and authors of "life size." This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 23, 2008. 71 min. DVD 9684

[Yim, Rocco]Being Chinese in Architecture
A lecture presented by Rocco Yim of the Hong Kong based firm Rocco Design Architects, Ltd. Not well known yet, Rocco Design is one of a number of exciting new firms trying to draw on both Western modernism and Chinese tradition. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 9, 2005. 53 min. DVD 5923

[Yung, Ho Chang]Billions (CED Architecture Lecture Series)
A lecture by Yung Ho Chang, principal of the Beijing-based Atelier FCJZ and head of the Graduate Center of Architecture at Peking University. One of China's leading architects, Chang's designs have been described as innovative and international, while at the same time traditional and intrinsically Chinese. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 8, 2003. 90 min. Video/C MM49

[Zago, Andrew]Furtive Projections
A lecture presented by Detroit architect Andrew Zago, principal of Zago Architecture and visiting faculty in architecture at the University of Michigan College of Architecture and Urban Planning in Ann Arbor. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 4, 2004. 86 min. Video/C MM324

[Zellner, Peter amd Spina, Marcelo] Material Sensations
Introduction: Raveevarn Choksombatchai. A joint lecture presented by Los Angeles based architects Peter Zellner and Marcelo Spina. Peter Zellner is the founding principal of Zellner/Design Planning Research, an environmental consulting office that aims to bring innovative thinking to building and urban designs. Marcelo Spina is the founder and principal of PATTERNS, a design research architectural practice. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 2, 2005. 96 min. Video/C MM632
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