Architecture

Cooper-Hewitt: Rick Cook on sustainable design


Rick Cook talks to the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt staff. Cook+Fox Architects is a firm devoted to creating environmentally responsible, high-performance buildings. The firm has become known for innovative design at the highest standard of environmental responsibility and for their commitment to excellence enriched by the collaborative process.
Rick Cook, Cook+Fox, Bank of America, energy, water, Architecture, Bryant Park, design, New York, talk, long, public program

2010 D.C. Teen Design Fair


Washington DC teens gathered at the Smithsonian American Art Museum's Renwick Gallery to learn about education and careers in design from the National Design Awards winners, finalists and jurors. These professionals are working in the fields of fashion, industrial design, architecture, multimedia, and graphic design. Tim Gunn and Cooper-Hewitt's Director of Education Caroline Payson lead a discussion with the audience.  
smithsonian, American Art Museum, Renwick Gallery, Grand Salon, Tim Gunn, cooper-hewitt, design, education, Washington, D.C., Teen Design Fair, students, Architecture, fashion, product design, communication, landscape architecture, event, long, public program

2010 National Design Awards: Architecture Design - KieranTimberlake


The winner of the 2010 Architecture Design Award is KieranTimberlake. Founded in 1984, the firm is noted for its integration of research with design, and a deep environmental ethic.
National Design Awards, 2010, Kieran Timberlake, Architecture, Marilyn Jordan Taylor, University of Pennsylvania, Loblolly, Phillies, Philadelphia

Bill's Design Talks: Michael Graves


Internationally renowned architect and designer Michael Graves will provide an intimate portrait of his celebrated career and discuss the influences that shaped his thinking and approach to design—from his early days as a student and a recipient of the prestigious Prix de Rome fellowship, to his distinguished academic career at Princeton University and the development of his firm into a global design enterprise practicing architecture, interior design, product design, and graphic design.
Michael Graves, Bill Moggridge, career, life, princeton, Prix de Rome, grand tour, warehouse, the warehouse, michael graves' house, Designer, academic, Architecture, interiors, product design, graphic design, bills design talks, medical care, talk, long, public program

Cooper-Hewitt: Contemporary Architecture and the Legacy of Piranesi


Some of the most significant architects of our era have cited designer and architect Giovanni Battista Piranesi's influence on their work. Learn how architects Peter Eisenman, Founder and Principal, Eisenman Architects; Michael Graves, Founder and Principal, Michael Graves & Associates; and Robert Venturi, Principal of Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates are inspired by Piranesi's eclectic and imaginative approach to his designs. Stan Allen, Principle of Stan Allen Architect and Dean of the School of Architecture at Princeton University, moderates the discussion.
Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Piranesi, Piranesi as Designer, Exhibition, influence, legacy, Architecture, 18th century, Italian, contemporary, Peter Eisenman, Michael Graves, Robert Venturi, Stan Allen, architect, panel, talk, long, public program

Cooper-Hewitt: 2008 National Design Awards Winners' Panel


Michael Bierut, this year's winner of the Design Mind award, discusses the state of contemporary design with our National Design Awards winners: Tom Kundig, FAIA; Scott Stowell (OPEN); Ralph Rucci; Lucinda Sanders (OLIN); and Charles Harrison.
National Design Awards, 2008, Winners Panel, contemporary design, Michael Bierut, Pentagram, Tom Kundig, Olson Kundig Architects, Scott Stowell, Open, Ralph Rucci, Lucinda Sanders, Olin, Charles Harrison, Architecture, Industrial Design, fashion, panel, talk, long, public program

2011 National Design Awards: Architecture Design Award - Architecture Research Office


This year's Architecture Design Award winner is Architecture Research Office. Founded in 1993, ARO is led by Stephen Cassell, Adam Yarinsky, and Kim Yao. Utilizing research and analysis to drive design, ARO works with a diverse array of clients to design architecture that unites the conceptual and the pragmatic with a strong, coherent vision. The Architecture Design Award is given to an individual or firm for exceptional and exemplary work in public, commercial, or residential architectural design.
Architecture Research Office, ARO, Architecture, Stephen Cassell, Adam Yarinsky, Kim Yao, National Design Awards, 2011, National Design Award Architecture Design

Henry Muñoz III - Summer Design Institute 2006 pt.4


Henry Muñoz on the various cultural influences that make up the architecture and communities of Texas.
Henry Muñoz III, architect, Texas, San Antonio, Architecture, Neighborhoods, education, Summer Design Institute, Texas regionalism

Henry Muñoz III - Summer Design Institute 2006 pt.5


Henry Muñoz on the various cultural influences that make up the architecture and communities of Texas.
Henry Muñoz III, architect, Texas, San Antonio, Architecture, Neighborhoods, education, Summer Design Institute, Texas regionalism

Henry Muñoz III - Summer Design Institute 2006 pt.6


Henry Muñoz on the various cultural influences that make up the architecture and communities of Texas.
Henry Muñoz III, architect, Texas, San Antonio, Architecture, Neighborhoods, education, Summer Design Institute, Texas regionalism

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