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Lecture

[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.

[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.

[Borlaug, Norman] 60 Years of Fighting Hunger

A lecture by Norman Borlaug, who was awarded the 1970 Nobel Prize for developing methods to help the world's poorest nations feed themselves. He is currently engaged as a senior consultant to the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center in Mexico and as a professor of International Agriculture at Texas A&M University. View it (with RealPlayer)

[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.

[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.

[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 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.

[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.

[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.

[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.

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