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Raimund Abraham, Phil Gusack, and Jack Dunbar Lectures

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Giuseppe Zambonini PapersSeries 3. Open Atelier of DesignOpen Atelier of Design Lecture Series

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Digital Audio
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Raimund Abraham presents examples of his work. “My theoretical discoveries are independent from my architectural discoveries.” Origins of architecture. Language of architecture and the language of music, cinema. Technology. Ritual of living. Hyperspace; House Without Rooms; Seven Gates to Eden. Lecture cuts to recording of Phil Gusack ("Detroit Versus the World") question and answer 45:47. Automotive design. Future/economics of automobile. Energy conservation. European versus American design. 56:02 Jack Dunbar question and answer. Shares his sketchbook with Open Atelier of Design (OAD) students.
Related people
Joseph Rykwert (subject)
Archigram Group (subject)
Kazimir Severinovich Malevich (subject)
Architectural League of New York (subject)
Robert Venturi (subject)
Raimund Abraham (speaker)
Phil Gusack (speaker)
Jack Dunbar (speaker)
Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. School of Architecture (subject)
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