The Making of an Avant-Garde: The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies 1967-1984 (2013)

64 min.Documentary | Biography | History
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An intimate look back at The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies in New York, a not for profit organization with the intent of changing the dialog and conception of architecture around the world. Founded in 1967 at a time of revolution and questioning, the Institute became the most important American and International center for architectural debate and the development of new critical ideas. The main participants at the Institute were; Peter Eisenman; Richard Meier; Charles Gwathmey; Kenneth Frampton; Diana Agrest; Rem Koolhaas; Mario Gandelsonas; Rafael Moneo; Frank Gehry; Aldo Rossi and others. The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies became the most significant and energetic crossroad in the path of rethinking architecture and the city and it's influence is still felt today. Written By Anonymous  Less

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