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[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.

[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.

[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.

[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.

[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.

[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.

[Hawking, Stephen] Hawking Seminar

Presented at the Physics/Astronomy colloquium with Dr. Stephen Hawking, University of California, Berkeley, March, 1988. A brief glimpse of eminent physicist Stephen Hawking addressing a seminar. ; Storage Info: B 2 506 513

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[Hawking, Stephen] Hitchcock Lectures, UC Berkeley.

The Origin of the Universe. April 3, 1988. 61 min.
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Baby Universes, Children of Black Holes. April 5, 1988. The nature of black holes, baby universes and the cosmological constant of the universe.
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[Hawking, Stephen] Physics/Astronomy Colloquium with Dr. Stephen Hawking, University of California, Berkeley Wednesday, March 23, 1988

A technical lecture by Dr. Stephen Hawking, sponsored by the Departments of Physics and Astronomy on quantum theory, which allows for the branching of baby universes and effective interactions that are not predictable like the non-renormalizable theory of quantum gravity.

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[Hawking, Stephen] Strictly Speaking. (J. Robert Oppenheimer Lecture)

Introductions: Chancellor Robert J Birgeneau, Mark A. Richards, Marvin Cohen. Stephen Hawking, Professor of Physics and Mathematics at Cambridge University, discusses theories on the origin of the Universe. He explains how time can have a beginning and the progress made by cosmologists in an area that has traditionally belonged to theologists and philosophers. Presented at the University of California, Berkeley on March 13, 2007. 67 min.

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