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Giuseppe Zambonini papersNew York School of Interior Design (KA0130.02) ➔ Robert A. M. Stern Lecture, parts 1 and 2 of 3

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Related people/organizations

Robert Venturi (subject)
Romaldo Giurgola (subject)
Charles Moore (subject)
Peter Eisenman (subject)
Charles Gwathmey (subject)
Richard Meier (subject)
Joe D'Urso (subject)
Frank Lloyd Wright (subject)
H. H. (Henry Hobson) Richardson (subject)
New York School of Interior Design (sponsoring body)
Robert A. M. Stern (speaker)
Philip Johnson (subject)

Date

1977

Description

Robert A. M. Stern offers an overview of three generations of american modernists, referring to the new edition of his book New Directions in American Architecture. Current times are exciting. Post-modernism: eclecticism, new combinations, go back to go forward. Architectural allusions. Context. Clients. Dispels myth “can’t build like they used toâ€; technology/craftsmanship is what we ask of it. Compositional principles. Stern shows slides of his work: residential, chair design, environmental controls, moldings. More is more. Art/decoration. Ames Gate Lodge. Question and answer with New York School of Interior Design (NYSID) students.

Identifier

KA0130_NYSID_02

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