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At TEDxBoston, Brian Healy spoke about his vision for creating a floating, residential neighborhood in the Boston Harbor
This is a personal project to show the five points of a new architecture proposed by Le Corbusier in 1926.
Take a virtual tour of Japan Olympic Stadium project designed by Zaha Hadid
HENRY ARCHITECTURE, PART 1: 1926 CONSTRUCTION is one of two videos about the Henry Art Gallery's architecture.
Welcome to the world’s tallest slum: poverty-ridden Venezuela’s Tower of David. Squatters took over this very unfinished 45-story skyscraper in the early 1990s..
CraneTV presents a video of interview with David Gianotten of OMA Asia.
In an interview with Avant/Garde Diaries, Ole Sondresen talked about his personal and non-intrusive work that utilizes the humble aesthetics of reclaimed and recycled materials
Completed in 2011, this is a new amenity building with swimming pool, set adjacent to a 15th century farmhouse
This cool video is an alphabetical list of the most important architects with their best known building.
The Refugia Hotel is located on the Rilan Peninsula on the Island of Chiloé in the Lakes Region of southern Chile.
The Metabolist Movement in the 1960s established the foundation from which contemporary architecture in Japan has emerged up to the present.
In the interview, Tokyo-based architect Shinichi Ogawa shares his thoughts on minimalism and how his residences can accommodate a range of human desires
Caught Mapping, a 1940 educational film from Chevrolet on how road maps are drawn, field-checked and printed.
How do you make a great public space inside a not-so-great building?
Dutch architect Marlies Rohmer has taken the traditional houseboat as a model and brought it into the 21st century creating a new whole new neighbourhood on the water.
In a 2012 TEDx Toulouse presentation, OMA's associate and director of French projects Clement Blanchet talked about the proliferation of pressures and pieties that are threatning to eliminate its intrinsic values
A film about place and memory, a farmhouse in Japan, and the lives of the people who called it home.
On the occasion of the 2012 Paul S. Byard Memorial Lecture at Columbia University GSAPP, Sir David Chipperfield spoke on his much-heralded re-conception of the Neues Museum in Berlin -- a transformative blend of old and new that earned the 2011 Mies van der Rohe Award.

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