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Sciame Lecture Series Bibliographies

Fall 2013: Architecture/Landscape

Joseph Tanney: Selected Bibliography

The Modern Modular

Spitzer School of Architecture Lecture – September 19, 2013

About:

In 1990 Joe Tanney founded the award-winning firm, Resolution: 4 Architecture, with Robert Luntz in New York. Tanney worked for Peter Eisenman and Charles Gwathmey previously. Res4 recently submitted the winning entry in the NCR International Design Competition for an amphitheater in Columbia, SC, known as Nature's Theater. The firm won a New York AIA Award for designing a Manhattan-based internet company and it also designed a residence for the architect Peter Eisenman and family. Additionally, the firm took first place in the Dwell Home Design Invitational for a prefabricated home in Pittsboro, NC. Their competition-winning design in 2003 sparked more interest in prefabrication. The firm has since completed several more modular homes, all unique in their layouts and configurations. They are now known as THE MODERN MODULAR. He is a visiting distinguished critic in Fall 2013 at the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture.

Books:

In Small Eco Houses: Living Green in Style. Cristina Paredes Benitez. Universe, 2012. On Reserve. NA7117.5 .P3713 2010

Tanney, Joseph. Modern Modular: The Prefab Houses of Resolution: 4 Architecture. Princeton Architectural Press, December, 2013. Pre-ordered.

Articles (Selected from 1999 – 2013):

“Jersey shore: a New Zealand expat and her son use their prefabricated lakeside New Jersey retreat as an outdoorsy counterpoint to city life.” Gibbs, Debbi. Dwell, 2012 Dec.-2013 Jan. v.13,

n.2, p. 49-50, 52-54. (interview). Available through InterLibrary Loan.

“Kid tested, mothers approved [Zim-Wex Residence, East Hampton, NY].” Dwell 2010 Apr., v.10, n.5, p.90-97. Available through InterLibrary Loan.

“The art of compromise: a couple with very different dreams for their rural New York weekend house got everything they wanted from Resolution: 4 Architecture and interior designer Amy Lau.” Metropolitan home 2009 July-Aug., v.41, n.6, p.52-61. Available through InterLibrary Loan.

“Modular Mountain Retreat.” Architectural design 2007 July-Aug., v.77, n.4, p.[98]-103. Available online through eJournals A to Z on the Architecture Library home page.

“Pandora's box: despite a hellish building trial by fire, this stylishly customized modular home is heavenly.” Metropolitan home 2006 Mar., v.38, n.2, p.[84]-[89]. Available through InterLibrary Loan.

“The Dwell Home.” Dwell 2003 July-Aug., v.3, n.7, p.73-92. Available through InterLibrary Loan.

Note: The winner and the competitors.

“Making the grade [Eisenman apartment, New York City] / Source: Interior design 2002 Jan., v.73, n.1, p.[172]-177.

“High-impact style [Equinox locker rooms, New York City].” Interior design 2002 Mar., v.73, n.3, p.97-98 (photos. pages).

“Home, sweet home? Houses by New York architects.” Oculus 1999 Sept., v.62, n.1, p.12-16.

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Articles listed above are available in the CCNY Architecture Library unless otherwise noted.

Web Sites:

RESOLUTION: 4 ARCHITECTURE. re4a.com/

elledecor.com features a 2009 home designed by Res4 in the Adirondacks. It was Metropolitan Magazine’s Home of the Month.

www.elledecor.com/decorating/articles/met_home_month_july

Joe Tanney on his LEEDS-awarded Swingline House. 2007 www.treehugger.com/files/2007/10/joe_tanney_on_t.php

See the firm’s Vermont cabin online: tinyurl.com/cfb9g6p

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Judy Connorton, Architecture Librarian

September 2013

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Audrey Matlock: Selected Bibliography                                                

“Maximum/Minimum”                                                           

Spitzer School of Architecture Lecture – September 26, 2013                                                        Related image                                                  

 About:

Audrey Matlock earned her master‟s degree in architecture at Yale, after which she worked at the firms of Richard Meier and then Peter Eisenman. She next spent ten years at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill before becoming a design director at another international firm. In the mid „90s she founded her own firm Audrey Matlock Architect which has completed a number of urban residential high rises and suburban residences as well as commercial and public sector projects. Two of her most recent are the Chelsea Modern condominium building adjacent to NYC‟s Highline and the steel-and-glass 57 Irving Place condominium, in collaboration with the developer Robert Gladstone. She is designing international projects also, recently opening an office in Kazakhstan where the Matlock firm-designed Sports Center and a 20,000 square-foot home now stand.

Books:

“Taffer Loft by Audrey Matlock Architect.” in Lofts DesignSource. Ana G. Canizares. Harper Design, 2005. NK2117.L63 C36 2004. _________________________ in Country Houses Today. Jeremy Melvin. Academy Press, 2006 NA7560 .M44 2006.

Books listed above are available in the CCNY Architecture Library unless otherwise noted.

Articles:

(Selected from 2005 to 2013) “Audrey Matlock Architect; her Manhattan firm merges architecture, engineering, and fine art. Cheryl Weber. Residential Architect. January-February, 2013. residentialarchitect.com/architects/audrey-matlock-architect.aspx

“Redesigning the World.” Newsweek. Special edition issues, 2009. audreymatlock.com/press_articles/Newsweek-Redesigning_the_World.pdf

“Studio Visit: Audrey Matlock.” The Architect‟s Newspaper. October 1, 2008. audreymatlock.com/press_articles/The_Architects_Newspaper-Studio_Visit.pdf “Designed for Success.” Avenue. September 2008. audreymatlock.com/press_articles/Avenue_MagazineDesigned_for_Success.pdf

“Tales of turning the corner.” Stephens, Suzanne. Architectural record, 2008 June, v.196, n.6, p.72-76,78,80. Abstract: Small design-oriented offices often crave larger or different kinds of work. Presented are some tips from those who succeeded. Amoung them: parlay one building type into another, continue to convince and cultivate the client; and don't wait for the call.

“Top Architects.” New York Living Magazine. October, 2007. audreymatlock.com/press_articles/New_York_LivingTop_Architects.pdf “Grand Pavilion.” Custom Home Outdoors. Fall, 2006 . audreymatlock.com/press_articles/Custom_Homes_Outdoors-Grand_Pavilion.pdf

“New York‟s High Line Spurring Innovative Buildings and Planning.” Architectural Record. June, 2006. audreymatlock.com/press_articles/Architectural_Record-New_Yorks_High%20Line.pdf

“A Transparent Order; Reflecting on the Elements in a Modern Catskills Retreat.” Architectural Digest. April, 2005. audreymatlock.com/press_articles/Architectural_Digest-A_Transparent_Order.pdf Articles listed above are available in the CCNY Architecture Library unless otherwise noted.

Web Sites:

www.audreymatlock.com/

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Judy Connorton, Architecture Librarian

September 2013

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John Hong     

"Psychedelic Architecture: Form and Allegory"   

Spitzer School of Architecture Lecture – October 3, 2013 

About:

SsD, the firm founded and led by Jinhee Park (Design Critic in Architecture at Harvard’s GSD) and John Hong (Adjunct Associate Professor at the GSD), won four AIA awards for recent work: The White Block Gallery in Korea won both a regional AIA New England Design Award as well as an Honor Award for Design Excellence from the Boston Society of Architects (BSA); 8 Towers, part of the Ordos 100 project, and Island of Water, a landscape urbanism project in Incheon, Korea both won Unbuilt Architecture Awards from the BSA. Their prototype Big Dig House is well known for the architects’ use of materials left over from Boston’s Big Dig project. The principals are graduates of the GSD. SsD has offices in Cambridge, MA and NYC. He is a visiting distinguished critic in fall 2013 at the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture. .

Books:

Convergent Flux: Contemporary Architecture in Korea. John Hong and Jinhee Park, authors, Birkhäuser GmbH, Basel, 2012 Arch Reserve NA1565.6 P37 2012. “Big Dig House” in Rematerial: From Waste to Architecture. Alejandro Bahamon and Maria Camila Sanjines, Norton, 2010. New Books section: ANA2542.36 B3413 2010.

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Books listed above are available in the CCNY Architecture Library except where noted.

Articles: (Selected from 2010 to 2012)

“Design vanguard.” Pearson, Clifford A.. Architectural record, 2012 Dec., v.200, n.12, p.49-88.

“Braver's new world [Newton, Massachusetts].” Britt, Aaron. Dwell, 2012 Feb., v.12, .3,p.76- 77. Available through Inter-Library Loan.

“Clover Food Lab,” in Dwell Magazine. Aaron Britt, January 2012. Available through Inter-Library Loan.

“Dialogue in Light: The architects at SsD open up the gallery experience in South Korea.” Chris Ro and Yunin Kim>. Metropolis. January 25, 2012. Features the architects’ Gallery White Block in Korea..

“Emerging Voices: SsD,” Molly Heintz. Architect’s Newspaper. March 23, 2012.

“Braver's New World.” Aaron Britt. Dwell Magazine. Vol 12, no.3 Feb 2012. Available through Inter-Library Loan.

“Sert Du Soliel,” Aaron Britt. Dwell Magazine. Jan 2012. Available through Inter-Library Loan.

“White Block Gallery.” eSpace.Magazine. Korea. June 26, 2011.

“Idea Driven Practices: What 8 Young GSD Designers Do.” Harvard Design Magazine, HDM 32: Design Practices Now, Spring/Summer 2010. _ ________________________________________________________________________________________

Articles listed above are available in the CCNY Architecture Library except where noted.

Web Sites:

SsD Architecture & Urbanism, the firm’s web site: www.ssdarchitecture.com/

A 55-minute video of a presentation to the Architectural League of New York, March 23, 2012. http://vimeo.com/43012473

HBNY (Parenthetical Space) ssdarchitecture.com/works/residenial/hbny-pare

 

Yolande Daniels: Selected Bibliography

“Architecture Works 1993-2013”

Spitzer School of Architecture Lecture – October 10, 2013

About:

Yolande Daniels earned her architecture degrees from the City College of New York and from Columbia University, where she is now an assistant professor. Along with firm partner Sunil Bald, she co-founded Studio SUMO in 1997, located in Long Island City, Queens. The firm describes itself on its web site “as an academic/architecture partnership focused on innovative design involving extensive research, formal exploration, and material invention.” Studio Sumo has designed residences, institutions, exhibitions, and installations in the US and Japan. Daniels won the Rome Prize in Architecture from the American Academy in Rome, a travel grant from the NY chapter of the AIA to document slave spaces in Brazil, and has published writings and participated in forums on the politics of space.

Books:

Bonnemaison, Sarah. Installations by architects: experiments in building and design. Princeton Architectural Press. Available online through CUNY+. Also in print: N6494 I56 B66 2009. The author discusses several projects by Yolande Daniels.

“____________________________” in Negotiated terrains. Nina Rappaport, ed. Yale School of Architecture, 2009. NA2300.Y36 N44 2009. _____________________________________________________________________

Books listed above are available in the CCNY Architecture Library except where noted.

Articles: (Selected from 1999 to 2010)

“A conversation with Sunil Bald.” Bald, Sunil. Perspecta, 2010, n.43, p.160-163. (interview) (English).

“Educational facility design: we need better spaces for kids.” Dindo, Umberto. Oculus. 2008 Summer, v.70, n.2, p.41-45.

“Design Vanguard 2006.” Pearson, Clifford A.. Architectural record, 2006 Dec., v.194, n.12, p.73- [125]. Abstract: Seventh annual selection of talented architects.

“Community latticework: a new musum aims to connect locals to an emerging cultural district in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.” Silverberg, Michael. Metropolis, 2006 Oct., v.26, n.3, p.46.

“Housing perception-pleasure-presence.” Daniels, J. Yolande. Dimensions, 2000, v.14, p.70-77. issuu.com/taubmancollege/docs/dimensions14?e=1469865/1052638#search

“The body electric - the Young Architects' Competition.” Griff, Adam. Oculus, 1999 Oct., v.62, no.2, p.17. ______________________________________________________________________________

Articles listed above are available in the CCNY Architecture Library unless otherwise noted.

Web Sites:

Feminist Practices - Design Research. A 2011 video of a discussion sponsored by NYC’s Van Alen Institute. Yolande Daniels takes part with SSA professor Catherine Seavitt Nordenson and other women in the field. Their discussion spans the public realm, social systems and technologies of difference, and sea level rise in urban regions vimeo.com/38244014

A 2010 video from the Architectural League of New York in which Yolande Daniels and Studio SUMO partner Sunil Bald discuss their firm’s work. vimeo.com/23871575.

Studio SUMO. www.studiosumo.com/ 

Charles Waldheim: Selected Bibliography

“Landscape, Ecology, and Other Modifiers to Urbanism”

Spitzer School of Architecture Lecture – October 17, 2013

About:

The John E. Irving Professor of Landscape Architecture and Chair of the Department of Landscape Architecture at Harvard’s GSD, Charles Waldheim teaches courses in the histories, theories, and contemporary practices of landscape architecture and urbanism. His design studios’ focus is “ the intersection of landscape and contemporary urbanism.” According to his GSD site, Waldheim coined the term “landscape urbanism” which he explains, “describes emerging landscape design practices in the context of North American urbanism.” He has written and lectured widely.

Books:

CASE: Hilberseimer/Mies van der Rohe, Lafayette Park Detroit. Charles Waldheim, ed. (Prestel / Harvard Design School, 2004. Available through Inter-Library Loan.

Chicago Architecture: Histories, Revisions, Alternatives. Charles Waldheim and Katerina Reudi Ray, eds. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2005). NA735 .C4 C3757 2005

“Decamping Detroit.” Charles Waldheim and Marili Santos-Munné. In Stalking Detroit. ACTAR, 2001. F574 .D4 D37 2001.

“Detroit, Disabitato, and the origins of landscape.” Charles Waldheim. In Formerly urban. Julia Czerniak, ed. Princeton Architectural Press, 2013. HT167 F677 2012 NB

“Indeterminate emergence: problematised authorship in contemporary landscape practice. Charles Waldheim. In Kerb. No. 15. Arch. Reserve HT241 U698 2007.

“Landscape infrastructure: systems of contingency, flexibility, and adaptability.” Charles Waldheim. In Landscape infrastructure: case studies by SWA. Birkhauser, 2011. Arch. Reserve SB472 .L363 2011

The Landscape urbanism reader. Charles Waldheim, ed. SB472.7 .L36 2006. On Reserve. The e-book is also available in CUNY+.

Waldheim, Charles. Constructed ground: the millennium garden design competition. Un. of Illinois Press, 2001. SB466.U65 C568 2001 ______________________________________________________________

Books listed above are available in the CCNY Architecture Library unless otherwise noted.

Articles (Selected from 2006 to 2011)

“In conversation with Charles Waldheim & James Corner.” Journal of landscape architecture, 2011 AprilJune, n. 31, p. 32-37. Available through Inter-Library Loan.

“Groundswell: the rise of landscape urbanism.” Stein, Jeff. Architecture Boston, 2010 Fall, v.13, n.3, p.38-43. Available through Inter-Library Loan.

“On landscape, ecology and other modifiers to urbanism.” Waldheim, Charles. Topos: the international review of landscape architecture & urban design, 2010, n.71, p.20-24.

“Charles Waldheim named as Chair of Harvard's Department of Landscape Architecture.” Amidon, Jane. Topos: the international review of landscape architecture & urban design, 2009, n.67, p.12. “Logistics landscape.” Waldheim, Charles. Landscape journal, 2008, v.27, n.2, p.[219]-246. Available online through CUNY+.

“The landscape urbanism reader [ed. by] Charles Waldheim.” Thoren, Roxi J.. Journal of architectural education, 2007 Nov., v.61, n.2, p.70-71. (book review). Available online through CUNY+.

“The landscape urbanism reader, edited by Charles Waldheim.” .”Murray, Hubert. Harvard design magazine, 2007 Spring-Summer, n.26, p.108-110. (book review).

“Site matters: design concepts, histories, and strategies, edited by Carol J. Burns and Andrea Kahn.” Waldheim, Charles. Landscape journal, 2007, v.26, n.1, p.168-169. Available online through CUNY+.

“Airport landscape.” Waldheim, Charles. Log, 2006 Summer, n.8, p.[120]-130. (journal article).

“Indeterminate emergence: problematized authorship in contemporary landscape practice.” Waldheim, Charles. Topos: the international review of landscape architecture & urban design, 2006, n.57, p.82-88

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Articles listed above are available in the CCNY Architecture Library unless otherwise noted.  

Web Sites: GSD TALKS: Martha Schwartz and Charles Waldheim. November 2012. www.youtube.com/watch?v=gb50552e_q0

Landscape Urbanism. April 2012. Delivering the Yale School of Architecture's annual Timothy Egan Lenahan Memorial lecture, Waldheim discusses how 21st century urban planners are challenged by the need to organize not just people but space itself and hence defines a new architectural discourse: landscape urbanism. www.youtube.com/watch?v=WD3ybaRN-y8

The Congress for the New Urbanism. Closing Plenary: Charles Waldheim and Andres Duany Discuss Landscape Urbanism. June 2011. www.cnu.org/19/webcast/1

 

Julia Czerniak: Selected Bibliography

“Formerly Urban”

Spitzer School of Architecture Lecture – October 21, 2013

About:

Julia Czerniak is an associate professor of architecture at Syracuse University and the inaugural director (in 2004) of UPSTATE, the university’s center for design, research and real estate. She is also a registered landscape architect and founder with Mark Linder of CLEAR, an interdisciplinary design practice. Her design work focuses on urban landscapes. Most recently, her collaborations have won the Syracuse Connective Corridor competition, the artNET Public Art competition in Toledo, Ohio; and the Pittsburgh Charm Bracelet competition. She earned her landscape architecture degree from Penn State and her MArch from Princeton.

Books:

Case: Downsview Park. Julia Czeniak, ed. Prestel, 2002. Available through Inter-Library Loan

Czerniak, Julia. Fertilizers: Olin Eisenman. U Penn, 2006. SB470 .O44 C94 2006. Formerly urban. Julia Czerniak, ed. Princeton Architectural Press, 2013. HT167 F677 2012 NB

“Foregrounding.” In Landscape infrastructure: case studies by SWA. Birkhauser, 2011. SB472 .L363 2011 On Reserve.

Large parks. Julia Czerniak, ed. Princeton Architectural Press, 2007. SB481 .L37 2007. The e-book is also available in CUNY+.  

“Looking Back at Landscape Urbanism.” Cerzniak, Julia. in The Landscape urbanism reader. Charles Waldheim, ed. SB472.7 .L36 2006. On Reserve. The e-book is also available in CUNY+.

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Books listed above are available in the CCNY Architecture Library except where noted. 

Articles: (Selected from 1993 to 2010) 

Accumulations.” Czerniak, Julia. New geographies, 2010, no. 3, p.80-85.

“Large parks, edited by Julia Czerniak and George Hargreaves.” Henderson, Ron. Landscape architecture, 2008 May, v.98, n.5, p.122. (book review)

“Urban design now: a discussion.: Crawford, Margaret. Harvard design magazine, 2006 Fall-2007 Winter, n.25., p.19-35. Participants included Paul Goldberger, Rodolfo Machado, Farshid Moussavi, Julia Czerniak and others.

“The American lawn, edited by Georges Teyssot.” Czerniak, Julia. Harvard design magazine, Fall, 2000. n.12, p.83-86. (book review)

“Tomorrow's designers today.” Metropolis, 2000 July, v.19, n.10, p.114-121.

“Inside outside: beween architecture and landscape, by Anita Berrizbeitia and Linda Pollak.” Czerniak, Julia. Land forum, 1999, n.7, p.48-49.

“Challenging the pictorial: recent landscape practice. “ Czerniak, Julia. Assemblage. 1997 Dec., n.34, p.110-120. (book review)

“Visions in the present tense.” Thompson, J. William. Landscape architecture, 1993 Dec., v.83, n.12, p.42-55. _____________________________________________________________________

Articles listed above are available in the CCNY Architecture Library except where noted. 

Web Sites:

UPSTATE upstate.syr.edu/ Julia Czerniak was the first director of this center for design, research and real estate at Syracuse University. “Founded in 2004, UPSTATE advocates, initiates and facilitates projects that apply innovative design research to challenges – economic, environmental, political, and social – facing communities.” 

Spring 2013: Rethinking Kahn

Carter Wiseman: Selected Bibliography

“Heterodoxia Architectonica”

Spitzer School of Architecture Lecture – January 31, 2013. 

About: 

Carter Wiseman is a well published writer and was also the architectural critic at New York Magazine for sixteen years. He has written on architecture and design for Architectural Record, Interior Design, and ARTnews, among other publications. Currently he is a lecturer at the Yale School of Architecture where he teaches classes on writing on architecture and on modern architectural criticism. Wiseman received his MA in architectural history from Columbia and was a Loeb Fellow in Advanced Environmental Studies at Harvard’s GSD.

Books:

Wiseman, Carter. The architecture of I.M. Pei: with an illustrated catalogue of the buildings and projects. 1990. NA737 P365 W57 1990 _______________. I.M. Pei a profile in American architecture. Abrams, 1990. Arch. Reserve NA737.P365 W57 1990

_______________. Louis I. Kahn beyond time and style: a life in architecture. 2007. NA737 .K32 W57 2007

_______________. Shaping a nation: twentieth century American architecture and its makers. Abrams, 1990. NA712 .W57 1998

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These titles are available in the CCNY Architecture Library unless otherwise noted

Articles: (Selected from 1982 to 2008)

“Louis I. Kahn: beyond time and style: a life in architecture [by] Carter Wiseman.” Kozloff, Howard. Urban land, 2008 Mar., v.67, n.3, p.144. (book review))

“Louis I.Kahn” (book review) Michael J. Lewis. Commentary. July 2007. www.commentarymagazine.com/article/louis-i-kahn-by-carter-wiseman/

“The return of vitality to our cities suggests an architectural sea change in America - though academia is missing the boat.” Wiseman, Carter. Architectural record, 1999 May, v.187, n.5, p.49-50,52.

“Mainstream history has a critical witDetail Only Available.” Powell, Ken, 1947-. Architects' journal, 1998 July 16, v.208, n.3, p.50. (book review)

“Shame and lust: three books expose and exploit some of architecture's dark secrets.” Nobel, Philip. Metropolis, 1998 May, v.17, n.8, p.105. (book review)

“Fame and folly: Franze [sic] Schulze's exquisitely revealing portrait of Philip Johnson takes the measure of the man and the myth.” Wiseman, Carter. Art news, 1995 Mar., v.94, n.3, p.102-103. (Available in the Cohen Library)

“Born again: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum addition, renovation and restoration, New York City, Gwathmey Siegel & Associates, Architects.” Wiseman, Carter. Architectural record, 1992 Oct., v.180, n.10, p.[100]-113.

“I.M. Pei: the battle of the pyramid.” Wiseman, Carter. Architectural design, 1991, v.61, no.1-2, p.8-21

“A vision with a message: Battery Park City, New York City.” Wiseman, Carter. Architectural record, 1987 Mar., v.175, no.3, p.112-121.

“Where Westway went: A case study in changing urban priorities.” Wiseman, Carter. Architectural record, 1986 Feb., v.174, no.2, p.81,83.

“Good neighbor policy: 500 Park Tower, New York City.” Wiseman, Carter. Architectural record, 1984 July, v.172, no.8, p.86-[95].

“The real importance of Adolf Loos.“ Wiseman, Carter. Architectural record, 1982 Sept., v.170, no.11, p.126- [131]. 

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Articles listed above are available in the CCNY Architecture Library. 

Sarah Williams Goldhagen: Selected Bibliography

“The Biography of a Building: How Robert Sainsbury and Norman Foster Built a Great Museum”

Spitzer School of Architecture Lecture – February 7, 2013 

About:

The New Republic’s architecture critic, she is a scholar and theorist of modern and contemporary architecture. Sarah Goldhagen has published widely in journals and newspapers including The New York Times and the Harvard Design Magazine. An MA and PhD graduate of Columbia University’s Department of Art History and Archaeology, she taught for a decade at Harvard's School of Design and has taught at Wellesley, Vassar, and the School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin. Co-founder of the new journal, Positions: On Modern Architecture and Urbanism/Histories and Theories, she also serves on the boards of the Society of Architectural Historians and ArchitectureBoston. 

Books: 

Anxious modernisms: experimentation in postwar architectural culture. Sarah Goldhagen, co-editor. Montreal; Canadian Centre for Architecture & MIT Press, 2000. Available in CUNY.

Goldhagen, Sarah Williams. Louis Kahn’s situated modernism. Yale, 2001 NA 737 K32 G65 2001.

Richard Neutra’s Windshield House. Sarah Goldhagen et al, contributors. Harvard GSD, 2001. NA737 R53 2001

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Books listed above are available in the CCNY Architecture Library except where noted. 

Articles: (Selected from 2001 to 2009 )

NOTE: A limited number of Sarah Goldhagen’s architecture columns in The New Republic are available fulltext online through the library’s A to Z eJournals list. Search for The New Republic by title. For those articles unavailable online, request them through Inter-Library Loan from the online listing.

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“A bridge to somewhere: the case for a national infrastructure policy.” Goldhagen, Sarah Williams. Participant. Architecture 2009 Winter, v.12. n.4, p.16-25.

“Positioning Positions.” Goldhagen, Sarah Williams. Positions, 2008 Fall, n.0, entire issue (93p.). Available online through the library’s A to Z eJournals list.

“Ulraviolet: Alvar Aalto's embodied rationalism.” Goldhagen, Sarah Williams. Harvard design magazine, 2007-2008 Fall-Winter, n.27, p.38-52.

“The production of locality in Josep Luis Sert's Peabody Terrace.” Goldhagen, Sarah Williams. Harvard design magazine, 2005 Fall-2006 Winter, n.23, p.[84]-91. Available through ILL.

“Something to talk about: modernism, discourse, style.” Goldhagen, Sarah Williams. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 2005 June, v.64, n.2, p.[144]-167. Available online through the library’s A to Z eJournals list.

“Public eye: Sarah Williams Goldhagen says Americans would get better architecture if our schools taught us how to look at it.” Goldhagen, Sarah Williams. Metropolis, 2003 Aug.-Sept., v.23, n.1, p.38,40,78.

“Louis Kahn's situated modernism [by] Sarah Williams Goldhagen.” Brownlee, David B.. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 2002 June, v.61, n.2, p.237-240. (book review)

“Anxious modernisms: experimentation in postwar architectural culture [ed. by] Sarah Williams Goldhagen, Réjean Legault.” Ghirardo, Diane, 1950-. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 2001 Dec., v.60, n.4, p.528-530. (book review) Available online through the library’s A to Z eJournals list.

“Eternal hero [Louis Kahn].” Goldhagen, Sarah Williams. World architecture, 2001 Oct., n.100, p.20-[21].

Web Sites:

http://\www.sarahwilliamsgoldhagen.com/

Robert McCarter: Selected Bibliography

“Uneasy Alliance: Designing a Dialogue between New and Old”

Spitzer School of Architecture Lecture – February 21, 2013

About:

Robert McCarter, the Ruth and Norman Moore Professor of Architecture at Washington University’s Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts, he has also taught architecture at the University of Florida (serving as director of the School of Architecture for 10 years), Columbia University, and the University of Louisville. McCarter has been a Visiting Scholar for the American Academy in Rome on three occasions and received a 2002 Rotch Foundation Traveling Studio Award, among other honors and grants. He publishes widely, authoring numerous books and articles. He was president of D-Mc2 Architecture, P.A. in Tioga, Florida, from 1991-2007, and has had a practice in St. Louis since 2007.

Books:

Building machines. Edited by Robert McCarter. Princeton Architectural Press, c1987 (Pamphlet Architecture no. 12). Arch Reserve NA2105 B85 1987 McCarter, Robert.

Fallingwater: Frank Lloyd Wright. Phaidon,1994 Reserve NA737.W7 M36 1994 ______________. Frank Lloyd Wright. Reaktion, 2006 NA737.W7 M33 2006

______________. Louis I Kahn. Phaidon, 2009 NA737.K32 M38 2009

______________, On and by Frank Lloyd Wright : a primer of architectural principles. Phaidon, 2012 NA2500 M334 2012

______________, with Juhani Pallasmaa. Understanding Architecture. Phaidon, 2012 NA2500 M334 2012

______________. Unity Temple: Frank Lloyd Wright. Phaidon Press, 1997 NA737 .W7 A77 1997

______________. William Morgan, selected and current works. Images, 2002 NA737 .M69 2002  

Articles (Selected from 1994 to 2008):

“Aldo van Eyck: writings [ed. by] Vincent Ligtelijn and Francis Strauven.” McCarter, Robert. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 2008 Dec., v.67, n.4, p.615-617. (book review). Available online through the library’s A to Z eJournals list.

“Louis I. Kahn ja Aldo van Eyck: paralleelid moodsa arhitektuuri teises traditsioonis.” McCarter, Robert. Ehituskunst, 2007, n.47-48, p.88-102 (Available through Inter-Library Loan)

“Louis I. Kahn [by] Robert McCarter.” Ruyter, Thibaut de. Architecture d'aujourd'hui, 2006 Sept.- Oct., n.366, p.2. (book review)

“The fullness of light: Louis Kahn in Ahmedabad.” Architecture today, 2005 Sept., n.161, p.58,61- 62,65.

“The great Kahn : Louis I. Kahn, by Robert McCarter.” Pardey, Robert. RIBA journal, 2005 Sept., v.112, n.9, p.[16-17].

“Louis I. Kahn and Aldo van Eyck: parallels in the other tradition of modern architecture.” McCarter, Robert. Ptah, 2003, n.2, p.3-14. (Available through Inter-Library Loan)

“Frank Lloyd Wright and the nature of concrete.” McCarter, Robert, 1955-. Ptah, 2001, n.1, p.3- [19]. (Available through Inter-Library Loan)

“The space within: Frank Lloyd Wright's Darwin D. Martin House.” McCarter, Robert. Blueprints, 2000 Winter, v.18, n.1, p.6-8. (Available through Inter-Library Loan) 

“The Sarasota school of architecture, 1941-1966 [by] John Howey.” McCarter, Robert. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 1996 June, v.55, n.2, p.192-194. Available online through the library’s A to Z eJournals list.

“Woven space, anchored place: the houses of Frank Lloyd Wright, Part 3: 1935-1959.” McCarter, Robert. GA houses, 1994 Oct., n.43, p.10-23.

“Essays on residential masterpieces: Frank Lloyd Wright 1.” McCarter, Robert. GA houses, 1994 Jan., n.40, p.10-21.

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Articles listed above are available in the CCNY Architecture Library unless otherwise noted. 

Web Site:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qcpe-upEBuM Robert McCarter’s talk on Frank Lloyd Wright at SUNY’s University at Buffalo, May 30, 2008. 

 

Stanislaus von Moos: Selected Bibliography

“Gothicists and Classicists: The Stylistic Battle between English Victorian Architects 1850-1880”

Spitzer School of Architecture Lecture – February 28, 2013

About:

A Swiss-born art historian, Stanislus von Moos has been co-curator of the exhibition, Le Corbusier. The Art of Architecture (Vitra Design-Museum, 2007, with Arthur Rüegg and Mateo Kries) and is currently cocurating Louis Kahn. The Power of Architecture (Vitra Design-Museum, 2012 (with Jochen Eisenbrand). His current research involves the impact of the East-West conflict on the history of architecture and urbanism as well as the cross-pollinations between architecture and the visual arts since 1940. He has been professor of Modern Art at the University of Zurich (1983-2005) and is presently the Vincent Scully Visiting Professor at Ya

Books:

Le Corbusier before Le Corbusier: applied arts, architecture, painting, photography, 1907-1922. Edited by Satanislaus von Moos and Arthur Ruegg. Yale, 2002 N6853 J43 A4 2002

Moos, Stanislaus von et al. Calatrava-Public Buildings. Birkhauser, 1994 ON ORDER .

______________ “A Museum Explosion: Fragments of an Overview.” in Museums for a new millennium: concepts, projects, buildings. Munich. Prestel, 1999. NA6695 .M874 2001.

______________ Le Corbusier, elements of synthesis. Munich. MIT, 1979. NA1053.J4 M613.

______________ New Directions in Swiss architecture . Munich. Studio Vista, 1969. NA1348 .B313. 

______________ Venturi, Rauch, & Scott Brown buildings and projects. Munich. Rizolli, 1987. NA737.V45 M6 1987

Scheidegger, Ernst, Stanislaus von Moos, et al. Chandigarh 1956. Scheidegger, 2010. New Book Shelf. NA1508.C44 S34 2010 ________________________________________.

Books listed above are available in the CCNY Architecture Library unless otherwise noted. 

Articles:

“Le gentilhomme et l'arrogance des architectes: sur la bienséance et la retenue dans l'art de construire. Une réponse à Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani = [The gentiluomo versus the arrogance of architects: a response to Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani].” Stanislaus von Moos. Architecture d'aujourd'hui, 2012 n.389, p.48-53.

“'Europski grad' u malom: poslovna zgrada Novartis Pharma, Basel, éSvicarska = The 'European city' in a nutshell: office building Novartis Pharma, Basel, Switzerland [Fabrikstrasse 12, Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani].” Moos, Stanislaus von. Oris, 2009, v.11, n.59, p.62-71. (available through Inter-Library Loan.)

“Passeggiando tra i draghi addormentati = Wandering around sleeping dragons.” Abitare, 2008 Mar., n.480, p.[90]-99.

Gigon Guyer 2001-2008Detail Only Available . By: Gigon, Annette and Stanislaus von Moos. Croquis, 2008, n.143, entire issue (231p.).

Max Bill, arquitecto = Max Bill, architect. Moos, Stanislaus von. 2G: revista internacional de arquitectura = international architecture review, 2004, n.29-30, entire issue (274 p.).

Le Corbusier before Le Corbusier: applied arts, architecture, painting and photography, 1907-1922 [ed. by] Stanislaus von Moos, Arthur Rüegg. Antonini, Debora. Casabella, 2003 May, v.67, n.711, p.96-97. (book review)

Der 11. September und das Bild der Architektur.” Moos, Stanislaus von. Baumeister, 2002 Sept., v.99, n.9, p.70-77. German. Available online through the library’s A to Z eJournals list.

Im Schonraum der Kunst. Moos, Stanislaus von. Werk, Bauen & Wohnen, 2002 May, n.5, p.6-[7]. German. Available online through the library’s A to Z eJournals list.

Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates: opere recenti. Moos, Stanislaus von. Casabella, 2000 July-Aug., v.64, n.680, p.56-69.

À rebours, ovvero: la logica del cavallo di Troia = À rebours, or: the logic of the Trojan Horse.: Moos, Stanislaus von. Zodiac, 1999 July-Dec., n.21, p.60-67.

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Kenneth Frampton: Selected Bibliography 

“What Sullivan Meant in the Past and What he Offers the Present”

Spitzer School of Architecture Lecture ― March 7, 2013

About:

Kenneth Frampton was trained as an architect at the Architectural Association School of Architecture, London. After practicing for a number of years in the United Kingdom and in Israel, he served as the editor of the journal Architectural Design. He has taught at the Royal College of Art, the ETH Zurich, EPFL Lausanne, the Accademia di Architettura in Mendrisio, and the Berlage Institute in The Netherlands. He is currently Ware Professor of Architecture at the GSAPP, Columbia University, New York. Professor Frampton is a prolific author and editor.

Books: 

Frampton, Kenneth. Alvaro Siza monograph: The complete works. London: Phaidon, 2000.

________________ American masterworks : the twentieth century house. New York : Rizzoli, 1995. Reference. NA7208 .F68 1995. ________________, et al. Architects' journeys: building, travelling, thinking = Los viajes de los arquitectos : construir, viajar, pensar. GSAPP Books ; Pamplona, Spain : T6) Ediciones, 2011. New Book Shelf: NA680 .A6837 2011

_________________. Architecture as material culture. Oro, 2013. On Order

 Calatrava bridges. 2nd, corr. and enl. ed. Basel ; Boston : Birkhauser, 1996. ON RESERVE.

________________. Five North American architects. Muller, 2012 NA703 .F58 2012.

________________ Hariri & Hariri : essays. New York : Monacelli Press, c1995. NA737.H293 F73 1995.

________________ Harry Seidler : four decades of architecture. London : Thames and Hudson, 1992. NA1605.S4 F73 1992.

________________ Kengo Kuma: Complete Works Thames & Hudson, 2013. ON ORDER

________________ Modern architecture : a critical history. 3rd ed., rev. and enlarged. London : Thames and Hudson, 1992. NA500 .F75 1992. ________________. Richard Meier. Phaidon, 2012 Reserve. NA737.M44 A4 2012

________________ Richard Meier, architect, 1985/1991. New York : Rizzoli, 1991. NA737.M44 F73 1991. 

Studies in tectonic culture : the poetics of construction in nineteenth and twentieth century architecture. Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, 1995. NA642 .F72 1995. 0500342830

________________ Tadao Ando. New York : Museum of Modern Art ; Distributed by H.N. Abrams, 1991. NA1559.A5 A4 1991.

Renzo Piano Building Workshop. Edited and photographed by Yukio Futagawa ; criticism by Kenneth Frampton. Tokyo : A.D.A. Edita, c1997. ON RESERVE.

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Books listed above are available in the CCNY Architecture Library

Articles (Selected from 1993 – 2000)

“The Knight's Move: profile - Eduardo Souto de Moura.” Frampton, Kenneth. Architecture & design, 2012 Jan., v.29, n.1, p.28-34, 36.

“The knight's move: from the early houses to the large public buildings raised later, the oeuvre of Souto de Moura is a critical revision of modernity's legacy.” Frampton, Kenneth. AV monografías = AV monographs, 2011 Sept.-Oct., n.151, p.6-15.

“In the American vein: the domestic architecture of Charles Gwathmey.” Frampton, Kenneth. Log. 2009 Fall, n.17, p.138-151.

“Álvaro Siza in Sintra.” Frampton, Kenneth . Domus, 2008 Apr., n.913, p.67-74.

“Renzo Piano and the 'Res Publica': Manhattan 2000-2008.” Frampton, Kenneth. Harvard design magazine, 2007-2008 Fall-Winter, n.27, p.[34]-37.

“Frampton on Holl.” Frampton, Kenneth. Domus, 2006 Oct., n.896, p.[42]-[55].

“A dialogue in New York: Renzo Piano.” Piano, Renzo, AV monografías = AV monographs, 2006 May-June, n.119, p. 138-141. (interview)

“A conversation with Kenneth Frampton.” October, 2003 Fall, n.106, p.[35]-58. Available online through the library’s A to Z eJournals list.

"Dialogue with Kenneth Frampton: the modern house, a response to nine questions [interview]" / Ken Tadashi Oshima. A + U: architecture and urbanism 2000 Mar., n.3, special issue, p.138-145. Architectural review 1999 Nov., v.206, n.1233, p.76-80. Edited version of a keynote address given at the 1999 UIA conference in Beijing. Available online through the library’s A to Z eJournals list.

“Technology, place & architecture.” / Sara Hart. Architecture 1999 July, v.88, n.7, p.115-117, Debate on the impact of technology on topography, place, and culture. Includes an interview with Frampton.

“Kenneth Frampton apropos tectonic: on the high-wire of a definition [interview] “/ Paulo Martins Barata. Arq : architectural research quarterly 1999, v.3, n.2, p.141-146.

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Articles listed above are available in the CCNY Library. 

Web Sites:

IIT Architecture Lecture Series: Kenneth Frampton, "World Megalopoli and the Japanese Experience." January 12, 2012. www.youtube.com/watch?v=bP98kAKOpW4

The Glass House: “Conversations in Context.” www.archdaily.com/tag/kenneth-frampton/ This vimeo video features a brief conversation between architect, critic, and historian Kenneth Frampton, along with Dean Mark Wigley from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. www.archdaily.com/tag/kenneth-frampton/

Gina Pollara: Selected Bibliography

In Motion and Repose: Louis Kahn’s Memorial to Franklin D. Roosevelt”

Spitzer School of Architecture Lecture – March 21, 2013

About:

The Executive Director of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park on Roosevelt Island, Gina Pollara had earlier served as associate director of the Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture Archive at The Cooper Union. She co-curated a number of exhibits while there including one in 2005 on the proposed FDR Park designed by the renowned architect Louis I Kahn. That exhibit was written up in the NY Times, drawing the attention of the park’s soon-to-be major funder, the Alphawood Foundation Chicago. The park opened to great acclaim in spring 2010. Until 2001, Pollara had an active practice in residential design. She also served as a consultant to the NYC Department of Education and as an analyst in several city agencies. She holds a BA from Cooper Union as well as a BA from Bennington College. 

Books:

Pollara, Gina. “Transforming the edge: overview of selected plans and projects.” In New York Waterfront: Evolution and Building Culture of the Port and Harbor. Arch. Reserve HT168.N5 N55 2004

___________ et al. Coming to light : the Louis I. Kahn monument to Franklin D. Roosevelt for New York City. The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture, the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, 2005. Arch. Reserve NA838.K32 C655.

_______________, editors. Water-works: the architecture and engineering of the New York City water supply. Monacelli Press, 2006. D225 .N5 W377 2006

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Books listed above are available in the CCNY Architecture Library except where noted.  

Articles: “Memorial celebrates Four Freedoms Park.” American History. Feb2013, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p7-7. 2/3p. Available online through the library’s A to Z eJournals list.

“A vision deferred.” Christopher Hawthorne. Architect. Jan2013, Vol. 102 Issue 1, p69-78.

“Louis Kahn: The space of ideas.” CURTIS, WILLIAM J. R. Architectural Review. Nov2012, Issue 1389, p78-87. Available online through the library’s A to Z eJournals list. HTML only.

“Roosevelt’s room.” Goldberger, Paul. New Yorker. 8/15/2011, Vol. 87 Issue 24, p34-34. Available online through the library’s A to Z eJournals list. ___________________________________________________________

Articles listed above are available in the CCNY Architecture Library unless otherwise noted.

Web Sites:

FDR Four Freedoms Park on Roosevelt Island. www.fdrfourfreedomspark.org/ “A Memorial on Roosevelt Island 40 Years in the Making.” Sarah P. Reynolds. Monday, September 12, 2011. WNYC

Robert Twombly: Selected Bibliography

“What Will Be Has Always Been”

Spitzer School of Architecture Lecture – April 4, 2013

About:

A recently retired Distinguished Professor of Architectural History at the Spitzer School of Architecture, Robert Twombly has also taught at the University of Paris and held the Walt Whitman Chair in American Civilization at the University of Leiden (Netherlands). Post retirement he has conducted spring seminars at CCNY on 20th century architects. Twombly earned his degrees from Harvard and the University of Wisconsin. He has published biographies of Frank Lloyd Wright and Louis Sullivan, as well as Power and Style: A Critique of TwentiethCenturyArchitecture in the United States and also edited a number of other books. Twombly’s most recent book (with Narciso Menocal) is Louis Sullivan: The Poetry of Architecture, published by W. W. Norton. He is currently at work revising a manuscript tentatively entitled Philip Johnson's Fascist Career,1933-1940. 

Books:

Andrew Jackson Downing: essential texts. Edited by Robert Twombly. W.W. Norton, c2003. On Reserve. NA737.D675 A35 2012

Louis Kahn: essential texts. Edited by Robert Twombly. W.W. Norton, c2003. On Reserve.

Olmsted, Frederick Law. Frederick Law Olmsted: essential texts. Edited by Robert Twombly. W.W. Norton, 2010. SB472.4 .O46 2010.

Sullivan, Louis H. Louis Sullivan : the public papers. Edited by Robert Twombly. University of Chicago Press, 1988. On Reserve.

Twombly, Robert C. Frank Lloyd Wright, his life and his architecture. Wiley, 1979. On Reserve.

________________. Louis Sullivan, his life and work. Viking, 1986. NA737.S9 T9 1986. NA737.S9 T9 1986

. ________________.Louis Sullivan: the poetry of architecture. W.W. Norton & Co., c2000. On Reserve.

_______________. Power and style : a critique of twentieth-century architecture in the United States. Hill and Wang, 1996. NA712 .T88 1996.

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Books listed above are available in the CCNY Architecture Library unless otherwise noted. 

Articles:

“Frank Lloyd Wright: Essential Texts.” Ray Bert. (Book Review) Civil Engineering. Apr2009, Vol. 79 Issue 4, p76-77.

“And I also saw the movie Looking at Louis Kahn.” Robert Twombly. Reviews in American History. Volume 36, Number 3, September 2008.

Van Zanten, D., et. al., “Ornament isn't crime [book review].” The Architectural Review v. 211 no. 1261 (Mar. 2002) p. 94. Available online through the library’s A to Z eJournals list. Note: Review of Louis Sullivan: the poetry of architecture.

Twombly, R. “Louis Sullivan's First National Bank Building (1919-1922), Manistique, Michigan.” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians v. 60 no. 2 (June 2001) p. [200]-207. Available online through the library’s A to Z eJournals list.

__________. “New forms, old functions: social aspects of Prairie School design.” Museum Studies v. 21 no. 2 (1995) p. [84]-91. Available online through the library’s A to Z eJournals list.

Andrew, D. S., et. al., “ Louis Sullivan: his life and work, by Robert Twombly; Louis Sullivan: the function of ornament, edited by Wim de Wit [book review].” Inland Architect v. 32 no. 3 (MayJune 1988) p. 96, 99-100.

Twombly, R. C. “Small blessings: the Burnham Library's Louis H. Sullivan Collection.” Museum Studies v. 13 no. 2 (1988) p. [146]-157. 84]-91. Available online through the library’s A to Z eJournals list.

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April 11     
The Space of Ideas

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April 12     
Symposium

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May 2     
Mumford Lecture: Emerging from the Ruins