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Lecture

Reflections by an Eminent Chemist.

Melvin Calvin. The Nobel Prize winner and professor of chemistry Melvin Calvin talks about his work on photosynthesis. The interview, conducted by George Pimentel and David Ridgway, was recorded at the University of California, Berkeley, May 6, 1981. 3/4" UMATIC. ( NRLF #: B 3 969 147) Dr. Joel Hildebrand. Professor Hildebrand talks about his early work withiodine solutions, about intermolecular interaction an don solubility in general. The interview, conducted by George Pimentel and David Ridgway, was recorded at the University of California,Berkeley, September 9, 1981. Dr.

[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.

[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.

[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.

[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.

[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.

[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.

[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.

[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.

[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.

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