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Explaining globalization

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[PBS Video],
Pub. Date:
2007.
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English
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City planning that puts people before cars, sculptural museums that are as artistic as the masterpieces they contain, commercial spaces that redefine retail - these are some of the paradigm-shaking ideas of today's architects at work. This compilation of recent NewsHour segments introduces viewers to Frank Gehry, Rem Koolhaas, Daniel Libeskind, Vincent Scully, and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, visionaries in the world of architecture. Episodes include... * Frank Gehry on the Guggenheim Bilbao: Elizabeth Farnsworth talks with architect Frank Gehry about the process of designing and building the Guggenheim Bilbao. Segment also sold as a part of Pritzker Prize-Winning Architects. * Vincent Scully and the New Urbanism: Ray Suarez and architectural historian Vincent Scully discuss the rethinking of urban form through city planning that de-emphasizes cars and focuses on community. Segment also sold individually. * Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk and the New Urbanism: Ray Suarez interviews Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, coauthor of Suburban Nation, on the New Urbanism as exemplified by the Kentlands, a housing development in Gaithersburg, Maryland. * Rem Koolhaas and the Architecture of Shopping: Using the Prada store in Manhattan's SoHo district as a springboard, Ray Suarez talks with architect Rem Koolhaas about a new approach to designing commercial space. * Daniel Libeskind on the Denver Art Museum: Jeffrey Brown and Daniel Libeskind discuss the Denver Art Museum and the Rocky Mountains, from which the architect drew his inspiration.
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subject_facet Anthropology -- Study and teaching, Economic policy, Economics, Educational films, Globalization, Globalization -- Economic aspects, Human geography, International business enterprises -- Management, International economic relations, International relations, Internet videos, Political anthropology, Political science -- Philosophy, Social change, Social structure, Videorecording
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title_short Explaining globalization
topic_facet Anthropology, Economic aspects, Economic policy, Economics, Globalization, Human geography, International business enterprises, International economic relations, International relations, Management, Philosophy, Political anthropology, Political science, Social change, Social structure, Study and teaching