Transcript
  • 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:09    |    
    Introduction by Craig Curtis
  • 00:59    |    
    Blurring Boundaries
    • Cascadia
    • Forest and use of wood
  • 02:57    |    
    Work in the pacific northwest
    • Small residential projects
    • Design adapting to the environment
    • Design adapting to the client's necessities
  • 06:32    |    
    Institutional projects
    • Tillamook Forest Interpretive Center
    • Northwest Maritime Center
  • 13:49    |    
    Branching out new projects
    • 1615 N. Wolcott - Chicago
    • 747 N. Clark - Chicago
    • Safari Drive - Arizona
    • San Ysidro Land Port of Entry - California
    • Net zero energy and water design
  • 20:02    |    
    Going international by Corey Mattheis
    • Deer Valley in China
    • Modeling and prototyping
    • Museum and public circulation system
  • 29:12    |    
    Office Building of the Future by Mathew Albores
    • Collaborative consumption and mechanical services
    • Performance based land use codes
    • Use of resources
  • 35:45    |    
    The Bullitt Foundation
    • Requirements of the living challenge
    • Energy flows and energy future
    • Gohar Khaton School for girls
    • Design and construction
    • Context of the country
    • Finished school
  • 46:15    |    
    Question and answer period
    • How did you manage an architectural solution in the border project?
    • Have you found challenging to adapt to the new buildings structure?
    • How did you manage to sell or leasing the new offices?
    • Did developers approach to you looking for similar solutions?
    • How do you manage the cultural and own identity?
  • 58:27    |    
    Final Credits


Blurring Boundaries: The Miller Hull Partnership

New Media  | 12 de octubre de 2015  | Vistas: 192

The Miller Hull Partnership is a arquitectural firm based in Seattle, Washington. During this talk, they explained the projects they have built since their beginning. In 1977, they began operating in the pacific northwest using wood as a predominant material. Based on the experience and lessons they learned, they decided to branch out across the United States and into international territories. Then they move to an international market by constructing an eco resort in the mountains of Shanghai, China. Along the conference they pointed out the different ways in which the design of the project relates with the design of each city. They expounded how most of their work is based in sustainability and the correct use of resources.




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