Thom Mayne doesn’t see architecture as the means to build a readily imaginable structure. Rather, it’s a starting point for new kinds of building — and thus new kinds of landscapes and environments. This mind-bending talk takes us on a whistle-stop tour of the buildings Mayne and his studio Morphosis have created in recent years. From the Federal Building in San Francisco to graduate housing for the University of Toronto to the Wayne L. Morse Courthouse in Eugene, Oregon, these are big ideas cast in material form.
architecture July 18, 2007
Thom Mayne Speaks At TED
Here is the description for the lecture given by Mayne from the TED website: