2016年3月11日 星期五

Robert A.M. Stern, Leon Krier, Yale School of Architecture




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The Yale School of Architecture is one of the constituent professional schools of Yale University. It is generally considered to be one of the most prestigious architecture schools in the world.[2][3][4]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yale_School_of_Architecture

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Robert Arthur Morton Stern, usually credited as Robert A. M. Stern (born May 23, 1939), is a New York City and New Haven based American architectprofessor, and academic writer. He is currently the Dean of the Yale School of Architecture. He also heads his own architecture firm, Robert A. M. Stern Architects, often referred to as RAMSA.
Stern is a representative of New Urbanism[1] and New Classical Architecture, with a particular emphasis on urban context and the continuity of traditions. He may have been the first architect to use the term "postmodernism,"[2] but more recently he has used the phrase "Modern traditionalist" to describe his work. In 2011, Stern was honored with the renownedDriehaus Architecture Prize for his achievements in contemporary classical architecture. Some of his firm's major works include New York City's new classical 15 Central Park West, and the late modern Comcast Center skyscraper in Philadelphia.[3]

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With just one month remaining, we would like to remind you of the upcoming submission deadline for the RAMSA 2016 Travel Fellowship offered by Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Proposals and applications will be due on Friday, April 8th at 5:00pm Eastern Standard Time.

---Robert A.M. Stern
 In 1986, he hosted “Pride of Place: Building the American Dream,” an eight-part documentary series which aired on PBS. The series featured Peter EisenmanLeon KrierPhilip JohnsonFrank Gehry, and other notable architects. "Pride of Place" was well received by the public, although other architects disliked it.[7]

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Léon Krier (born 7 April 1946 in LuxembourgGrand Duchy of Luxembourg) is an architect,architectural theorist and urban planner. He is a representative of New Urbanism and New Classical Architecture. Krier was the first laureate of the Driehaus Architecture Prize in 2003.[1] Léon Krier is the younger brother of architect Rob Krier.

A selection of publications[edit]

  • Léon Krier. Houses, Palaces, Cities. Edited by Demetri Porphyrios, Architectural Design, 54 7/8, 1984.
  • Léon Krier Drawings 1967-1980, Bruxelles, AAM Editions, 1981.
  • Albert Speer, Architect, Bruxelles, AAM Editions, 1985. New York, Monacelli Press, 2013.
  • Léon Krier: Architecture & Urban Design 1967-1992, Chicester, John Wiley & Sons, 1993.
  • Architecture: Choice or Fate, London, Andreas Papadakis Publishers, 1998.
  • Drawings for Architecture, Cambridge (Massachusetts), MIT Press, 2009.
  • The Architecture of Community, Washington, Island Press, 2009.

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Yale School of Architecture: "Le Corbusier after Le Corbusier"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1vXt2uex6r4

Published on Jul 8, 2015
Yale School of Architecture Public Lecture Series
Though recognizing the architect’s enormous artistic and visionary talent, Professor Krier proposes a revolutionary reading and revision of the LC Corpus.
Leon Krier
Robert A.M. Stern Visiting Professor
March 30, 2015
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