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Lecture

[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.

[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.

[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.

[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.

[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.

[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.

[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.

[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.

[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.

[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.

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