Citations with the tag: VENTURI, Robert
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- The softer touch.
Russell, B. // New Statesman & Society; 7/5/91, Vol. 4 Issue 158, p28
Presents an interview with designer Robert Venturi and discusses how architectural superstars beat the recession. Fabric design for Designtex; Venturi's design for the new wing of the National Gallery; Alternative sources of finance; Denise Scott Brown; Marketing whizz-kid Steven Kroeter; Other...
- Iconoclastic architects catalyze shift to more populist style.
Strickland, Carol // Christian Science Monitor; 3/28/96, Vol. 88 Issue 85, p10
Presents excerpts from an interview with Robert Venturi, co-owner of Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates pertaining to architecture. Trends in American architecture; His comments on the expansion of the Museum of Contemporary Arts (MCA) San Diego; Description of the expanded building.
- Conversation with Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown.
Pittel, C.; Strongin, J. // House Beautiful; Sep91, Vol. 133 Issue 9, p100
Presents a conversation with Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown, husband and wife architects and theorists who can undertake anything from a townscape to a tea set. They have just seen Queen Elizabeth open their brilliant new addition to the National Gallery of Art in London; Venturi just...
- Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown speak out on issues of urban contextualism, postmodernism...
Andersen, K. // Architectural Digest; Feb1990, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p68
Interviews Philadelphia-based architects Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown on their work and theoretical influence on contemporary architecture. Major works; Response to critics; Views on urban contextualism, post-modernism and willful disharmony.
- In the coastal vernacular.
Stephens, S.; Wargo, M. // Architectural Digest; Dec90, Vol. 47 Issue 13, p112
Describes the abstract version of a shingle style house designed by architects Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown on a Long Island peninsula. Design; Details; Sense of shelter among the elements.
- Robert Venturi wins 1991 Pritzker prize.
K.D.S. // Architectural Digest; May91, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p19
Announces that architect Robert Venturi has won the 1991 Pritzker Architecture Prize. The award consists of a $100,000 grant, a medallion, and a certificate.
- ROBERT VENTURI & DENISE SCOTT BROWN.
Filler, Martin // House Beautiful; Jun2000, Vol. 142 Issue 6, p45
Features architects Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown.
- The thinking man of design.
McGuigan, C. // Newsweek; 7/1/1991, Vol. 118 Issue 1, p60
Profiles Philadelphia architect Robert Venturi and describes the work he has done. How he jump-started postmodernism; London National Gallery project; His collaborator and wife, Denise Scott Brown; Cited last month for `changing the course of architecture in this century' when he was awarded...
- VSBA today.
Venturi, Robert; Brown, Denise Scott // Architectural Record; Feb1998, Vol. 186 Issue 2, p58
Presents an interview with architects Robert Venturi, and Denise Scott Brown.
Venturi, Robert; Brown, Denise Scott // Building Design; 4/12/2013, Issue 2056, p20
The article offers various information related to building design in Great Britain as of 2013 including failure of Robert Venturi to use Pritzker acceptance speech, plan of Terry Farrell to write an architectural review, and creation of tomb for British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
- Venturi world.
Venturi, Robert; Brown, Denise Scott // Building Design; 11/16/2007, Issue 1796, p40
A 1974 photograph of architect Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown along with Disney characters and a sign.
- 'Less is a bore'
Shepheard, Paul // Building Design; 7/1/2011, Issue 1972, p22
The article offers the author's insights on the reversal of Miesian modernism of "Less is More" in architecture by Robert Venturi.
- Denise Scott Brown.
Shepheard, Paul // Interior Design; Dec94, Vol. 65 Issue 15, p55
Presents views by Denise Scott Brown and Robert Venturi about ornament. Japanese objects.
- Robert Venturi.
Shepheard, Paul // Modern Age, 1900-2000: A Biographical Dictionary of Western Cult; 2006, p854
An encyclopedia entry for U.S. architect Robert Venturi is presented. He was born on June 25, 1925 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He attended the Episcopal Academy in Philadelphia and received his Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree at Princeton University. He worked in various architectural offices...
- Gold Medal: AIA needs to sort out process, priorities.
Kliment, Stephen A. // Architectural Record; Aug1993, Vol. 181 Issue 8, p9
Editorial. Reports on the debate at the June 1993 American Institute of Architects (AIA) convention over a joint awarding of the Gold Medal to Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown. Concern over the vision and mission of the Gold Medal program; AIA Gold Medalist as a signal to society;...
- Long time coming.
Kliment, Stephen A. // Building Design; 3/19/2004, Issue 1617, p10
Profiles the architect couple Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown in London, England. Commitment of the couple to architecture as a social art; Contribution of the couple to British architecture; Pre-occupation of the couple with commercial architecture.
- AIA NOW.
Kliment, Stephen A. // Architect; Nov2011, Vol. 100 Issue 11, p24
The article offers 2011 architectural news briefs including the Architects Speak forum in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Biskra Architecture and Sustainability International Conference in Algeria, and the anniversary of the book "Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture" by Robert Venturi.
- Partnerin ohne Preis.
c. s. // werk, bauen + wohnen; 2013, Issue 6, p46
The article discusses gender equality among architects based on the demand of architect Denise Scott Brown for retroactive participation in the architecture award Pritzker-Preis, which was only awarded to her husband Robert Venturi.
- Scott Brown petition fails.
c. s. // Building Design; 6/21/2013, Issue 2066, p2
The article reports that the online petition calling for Denise Scott Brown to be recognised for her work for which her partner Robert Venturi received the award in 1991 was rejected by Pritzker Prize.
- Chaising the Radical Middle.
Epp, Eduard // Border Crossings; Jan99, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p10
The article focuses on the radical middle, an alternative space of engagement for an architecture which supports a repositioning of ideas and values in postmodern society. It notes architect Robert Venturi's argument that modern architecture had become too reductive and failed to account for the...
- Houseboat, Briefly.
Epp, Eduard // Architect; Apr2009, Vol. 98 Issue 4, p24
The article reports that the Lieb House, a beach abode designed by architect Robert Venturi in 1967, has been transported by barge from Long Beach Island, New Jersey to Glen Cove in Long Island, New York. The Lieb House, which is Venturi's second residential commission, has been threatened with...
- ARCHITECTURE FOR ART LIBRARIES: ACADEMIC, MUSEUM AND SLIDE FACILITIES.
Irvine, Betty Jo // Art Documentation: Bulletin of the Art Libraries Society of Nort; Summer1984, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p45
The article focuses on the librarian's architectural perspective and experience discussed at presentations held in Cleveland, Ohio. Jeffrey Weidman of the Clarence Ward Art Library in Oberlin College, spoke about the art library which is also an art museum addition designed by Robert Venturi...
- "DOING IT DEADPAN".
Golec, Michael // Visible Language; 2003, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p266
Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown and Steven Izenour's Learning from Las Vegas (1972) - a collection of the architects' studies of the Las Vegas Strip, a segment of U.S. Route 91 - is packed with information graphics. The designer Muriel Cooper conveys the vividness of the Strip to the reader...
- SIGNS TAKEN FOR WONDERS.
Upton, Dell // Visible Language; 2003, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p332
My essay reexamines Learning from Las Vegas semiotic presentation of architectural symbolism. First, I argue that the attempt to approach architectural symbols technically, outside their socioeconomic context, overlooks important aspects of signs' functioning, Second, I use visual and verbal...
- The decriminalisation of ornament.
Twemlow, Alice // Eye (0960779X); Winter2005, Vol. 15 Issue 58, p18
The article focuses on the decriminalization and importance of ornament in the present design practice and thinking. According to the article, ornament has been the subject of debate in design, but it began to take moral, social and political tone when it became more affordable and available...
- Architecture as Signs and Systems for a Mannerist Time.
Sen, Arijit // Material Culture; Fall2008, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p123
The article reviews the book "Architecture As Signs and Systems for a Mannerist Time," by Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown.
- Las Vegas Studio: Images from the Archives of Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown.
Garcourt, Glenn // X-tra: Contemporary Art Quarterly; Winter2010, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p30
The article reviews the exhibition "Las Vegas: Images from the Archives of Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown" at the Museum of Contemporary Art at the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles, California.
- Cutting edge couple deserve Royal Gold.
Mitchell, Bill // Building Design; 8/11/2006, Issue 1734, p7
The article speculates on the grant of an award to Venturi & Scott Brown in Great Britain in recognition of their architectural and urban work. The firm is owned by Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown, who are somehow expected to receive the 2006 Royal Gold Medal, for their 40-year...
- Top names in online tussle over Ronchamp.
Mitchell, Bill // Building Design; 6/6/2008, Issue 1822, p4
The article reports that several architects have signed the Corbusier Foundation's petition to block Renzo Piano's Â£6.4 million scheme for Notre Dame du Haut chapel in Ronchamp, France. The signatories included Cesar Pelli, Richard Meier, Robert Venturi and Rafael Moneo. They were in favor...
- LEARNING FROM LAS VEGAS.
Harbison, Robert // Building Design; 3/26/2010, Issue 1909, p22
The article reviews the book "Learning From Las Vegas," by Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown.
- New products.
Harbison, Robert // Architectural Record; Jun1984, Vol. 172 Issue 7, p166
Presents information on several products on architecture and design made available as of June 1984. Description of the Venturi Collection of furniture designed by Robert Venturi; Information on the products and specification literature introduced by Devine Lighting.
- The iconic Lieb House finds a new home up the coast.
Bierig, Aleksandr // Architectural Record; Jun2009, Vol. 197 Issue 6, p104
The article discusses the Lieb House, which was designed by architect Robert Venturi and architectural firm Venturi and Rauch and is considered a seminal work of Pop architecture. The author details the methods that were used to preserve the building, which was slated for demolition in 2008 by...
- Notes & comments: May 1999.
Bierig, Aleksandr // New Criterion; May99, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p1
Examines the dictum `less is more,' attributed to German architect Mies van der Rohe, in observations of how cultural life should be. Robert Venturi's comment on the subject; Implications for cultural pollution; Evidences of a `culture boom' in the past decades; Changes in the cultural standards.
- Art and Exhibitionism.
Tighe, Mary Ann // New Republic; 12/11/76, Vol. 175 Issue 24, p27
Reviews the exhibition "Venturi Show," by architect Robert Venturi.
- The Spirit of '76.
Tighe, Mary Ann // New Republic; 7/9/2001 & 7/16/01, Vol. 225 Issue 2/3, p32
Discusses architect Robert Venturi's proposal to return architecture to its ancient roots as the "Mother of the Arts." Changes in architectural styles; Similarities between Venturi and Frank Gehry, another architect; Buildings designed by Venturi and his wife, Denise Scott Brown; .
- American Gothic.
Muschamp, Herbert // New Republic; 8/12/91, Vol. 205 Issue 7, p31
This article highlights trends in architecture in the United States in 1991. Modern architecture in the country owes its legacy to architects such as Robert Venturi who was awarded the year's Pritzker Architectural Prize. Venturi is also the leader in the "gentle manifesto," that set the...
- HOUSE PROUD.
Goldberger, Paul // New Yorker; 7/2/2001, Vol. 77 Issue 17, p76
Evaluates the works of architects Mies van der Rohe and Robert Venturi. Austerity of Mies's designs; Comparison of Mies with American architect Frank Lloyd Wright; Philosophy of Mies; Description of Venturi's architecture; Disavowal of postmodernism by Venturi.
- ROBERT VENTURI.
Mcmillian, Elizabeth // Veranda; May/Jun2008, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p118
The article profiles architect Robert Venturi. In the 1960s, the design of a house for his mother gave the young architect an opportunity to put his ideology into practice. He believes that more than the 1991 Pritzker Prize it was his book, "Complexity and Contradiction" that affected his...
Mcmillian, Elizabeth // New Yorker; 3/15/1976, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p27
The article focuses on the opening of bicentennial celebration of modern American domesticity presented by the firm Venturi & Rauch at Renwich Gallery in Washington, D.C. It consists of contributions from American citizens, corporations and government agencies. One of the founders of the firm...
- Unstable Ground: Scientific Frictions in the Analytical Techniques of Learning from Las Vegas.
Chapman, Michael; Ostwald, Michael J. // Architectural Science Review; Dec2009, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p245
This paper examines the use of scientific models of organising and displaying data in Venturi's, Scott Brown's and Izenour's seminal work Learning from Las Vegas. The paper will demonstrate the affiliations between the project of measuring and documenting the architectural signification of Las...
- More Than an Asterisk, Please.
K. C. // Architect; Apr2013, Vol. 102 Issue 4, p40
The article discusses a 2013 online petition that calls for the Pritzker Architecture Prize committee to recognize the architect Denise Scott Brown for her contributions that led to her husband, Robert Venturi, winning the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 1991. Particular focus is given to Scott...
- Second Time Around: Will Scott Brown Get Her Pritzker?
moonan, wendy // Architectural Record; May2013, Vol. 201 Issue 5, p21
The article reports that more than 8000 people, including many prominent architects, have signed a petition demanding that architect Denise Scott Brown be given a retroactive Pritzker Architecture Prize as the equal partner of her husband, Robert Venturi, who was awarded the prize in 1991. The...
- Let's Talk About Sex.
moonan, wendy // Architectural Record; Jun2013, Vol. 201 Issue 6, p20
The article focuses on the status of women architects as compared to men. The article discusses unequal pay rates suffered by women in architecture, the scandal caused by the awarding of the Pritzker Prize for architecture to Robert Venturi and not his partner and wife, Denise Scott Brown and...
- ARCHITECTURE'S LEAN IN MOMENT--.
Lange, Alexandra // Metropolis: Architecture Design; Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p58
The article discusses the developments in the field of architecture, particularly on the standing of women in the profession, as of mid-2013. In her 2010 essay "With, Or Without You," historian Beatriz Colomina said that women are ghosts of modern architecture. It also cites the controversy...
- CHAPTER 2: A BAS POSTMODERNISM, OF COURSE.
Venturi, Robert // Postmodernism. What Moment?; 2007, p19
Chapter 2 of the book "Postmodernism: What Moment?" by Pelagia Goulimari is presented. It explores the engagement of commercial iconography as an element of postmodern architecture, arguing against identifying the movement with historical revivalism. It presents criticisms of postmodernism,...
- Episcopal Academy.
Venturi, Robert // Architectural Record; Nov2006, Vol. 194 Issue 11, p20
The article reports on the new chapel project at Episcopal Academy in Merion, Pennsylvania. The chapel will be designed by Venturi, Scott-Brown & Associates. Architect Robert Venturi made a thesis on the design of the chapel when he was still studying. The chapel which they will design for real,...
- Nest magazine closes.
Ulam, Alex // Architectural Record; Oct2004, Vol. 192 Issue 10, p50
This article reports that Nest, the interior design world's most eccentric magazine, is to cease publication after its fall 2004 issue. During its seven-year run, Nest won two National Magazine awards and had a cultlike readership. Architect Robert Venturi, novelist John Banville, photographer...
- New on the bookshelf.
Ulam, Alex // Building Design; 12/3/2004, Issue 1653, p18
The article presents information about books on architectural design. "Architecture As Signs and Systems for a Mannerist Time," by Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown. It informs that Venturi and Scott Brown look back over their influential ideas and buildings in a personal retrospective...
- back to school.
Ulam, Alex // Interior Design; Feb2008, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p28
The article focuses on campus buildings to be launched in the Episcopal Academy in Merion, Pennsylvania in fall 2008. The chapel designed by Robert Venturi in 1950 will serve as the centerpiece of the campus buildings. RMJM Hillier served as master architect for the four academic buildings; the...
- Why a duck? Why not an electronic billboard? A campus
debate rages again.
Campbell, Robert // Architectural Record; Jul2004, Vol. 192 Issue 7, p61
The debate on about the generic exterior architecture and the expressive one, is still alive, as a symposium last month at MIT demonstrated. Frank Gehry and Robert Venturi were on the stage in a forum entitled "The University as Patron of Cutting Edge Architecture." MIT was the right place for...