Transcript
  • 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
    Introducing words by Douglas Palladino
  • 00:24    |    
    Relationship between architecture and technology
    • Filipo Brunelleschi's ideas and influence
    • Optimization in design
    • Ornament in crime
  • 06:05    |    
    Revolution of architecture
    • Impact of architecture in society
    • Quote, , Lance Hosey (2012)
  • 07:39    |    
    Designing for place, performance and pleasure
  • Example of optimization
  • 12:38    |    
    Architecture then and now
  • Technology for architecture
  • 16:34    |    
    Food and drug administration Project
    • Design
    • Master plans (1996-2012)
    • Material strategy
    • Art of organization
    • Testing process
  • 26:39    |    
    Optimism in architecture
    • Visualization
    • Smaller and smarter design
  • 30:23    |    
    Geometric analysis
    • Previsualization
    • Opportunity costs
    • Teams and projects
  • 43:02    |    
    Final words
  • 46:21    |    
    Question and comments section
  • Have you identified a tendency in entrepreneurial young architects instead working in a firm?
  • 52:47    |    
    Final credits


Designing for Place, Performance, and Pleasure

New Media  | 03 de noviembre de 2014  | Vistas: 12

Douglas Palladino shares, from his experience, the close relationship between technology, design and architecture and its impact to society. He explains that humanity's problems can be faced with optimization in design and structures, applying the advantages that technology has been giving us during the last decade. Palladino compares the way to design, build and creation of complex spaces of the last generation of architects to the current visualization; motivating students to take advantage of facilities that today's technology offers.




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Douglas Palladino is Adjunct Professor of Architecture at the Catholic University…

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