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Bill’s Design Talks: Walter Hood
Walter Hood, a landscape architect, professor, and author, has been praised as a "community whisperer, creating spaces that have elements the residents want before they even know it." His inclusive and innovative designs transform overlooked sites like street corners and highway underpasses into vital gathering spaces. Hs approach puts community members at the center of...
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 – Summer Design Institute 2006 pt.1
Henry Muñoz on the various cultural influences that make up the architecture and communities of Texas.
Henry Muñoz III – Summer Design Institute 2006 pt.2
Henry Muñoz on the various cultural influences that make up the architecture and communities of Texas.
Henry Muñoz III – Summer Design Institute 2006 pt.8
Henry Muñoz on the various cultural influences that make up the architecture and communities of Texas.
Henry Muñoz III – Summer Design Institute 2006 pt.7
Henry Muñoz on the various cultural influences that make up the architecture and communities of Texas.
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 – Summer Design Institute 2006 pt.5
Henry Muñoz on the various cultural influences that make up the architecture and communities of Texas.
2010-17-1
Object of the Month: Design for Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
This drawing was architect Rafael Viñoly’s presentation concept sketch for Verizon Hall, home of the Philadelphia Orchestra, as it appears from the west. Watercolors are an integral part of Viñoly’s working process, used in the early design stages to formalize his organizing concepts. Following the watercolors, more precise drawings present the actual resolution of the...
Bill’s Design Talks: Annabelle Selldorf
Annabelle Selldorf established her practice in New York in 1988, and has acquired an international reputation for work that is sensitive to context, thoughtful in execution, and timeless. Her designs garner high praise for their subtlety and melding of Modernism with exquisite—but not precious—detail. Her current project, the Sunset Park Material Recycling Facility, is eagerly...