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“For me, creation is about responding to
things outside of yourself, and if the outside
is strong your creations can be more
F.M. speaks with Lerup regarding the devices that shape, limit and extend
the power of architects and architecture within this new context.
“I place just as much emphasis in analyzing
a new market as the design team places in
analyzing a new site or program. ”
“You have to be a chameleon in terms of
your ability to interpret limits, goals, and
aspirations. Otherwise, if your ideas are irrelevant,
you aren’t earning your place at
“I think that as long as you have novelty, it’s
nearly impossible to go wrong in the Biennale
context because of the incredible density
and compression of ideas and people
in time and space…”
Our colleagues over at suckerPUNCH wanted to share this call for submissions with FM readers.
In the last of three Spring faculty interviews Geoffrey Goldberg gives us advice for ‘getting on with it’ after school is out.
Jeff Kipnis: This is pretty much like an early Sex Pistols concert – 40 people show up, they play a song, nobody says anything. That’s about right, don’t you think?
Jason Payne: Three people dance.
Last semester Fresh Meat sat down with some faculty members to ask questions about doing work, having a Project, getting paid, teaching – what to do after graduation. This interview with Paul Preissner is the first of three to be published here over the coming week.
Jürgen Mayer H. is founder and principal of J. Mayer H. – a cross-disciplinary studio that works at the intersection of architecture, communication and new technology. His work was published and exhibited worldwide and is part of international collections like the MoMA New York and SF MoMA. He sat down with FM to talk about his projects and their development.
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Lluis Ortega is an Assistant Professor at IaaC in Barcelona, as well as at the Harvard GSD in Boston.
Ortega has been in practice in the firm F451 Arquitectura in Barcelona since 1998. His work is instructive and offers concepts that lead to pedagogical innovation.
As Chief Editor in 2003-2005 of the Catalan architecture periodical Quaderns Ortega contributed a new approach to the publication of architecture and urbanism by introducing text and diagrams that explain the combination of the two scales of construction as representative of the disparate institutions and constituencies that must be brought together.
[ripped from the GSD faculty profile page]
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Michael Speaks, Dean at the University of Kentucky’s College of Design, is a theorist and educator who advocates for the application of design intelligence in design curriculum and practice. When Fresh MEAT sat down for a conversation with Speaks [...]