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Mack Scogin: The anxiety of difference (November 18, 2009)01:07:26

Eric Owen Moss introduces Mack Scogin, Kajima Adjunct Professor of Architecture at Harvard University Graduate School of Design and principal of Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects in Atlanta. Scogin is known for unconventional use of materials, and for subtle, unexpected narrative associations to place and program.

Scogin presents several projects including the House Chmar, House Above the Bug Line, Pittsburgh Children’s Museum, the Bank for International Settlements, the High Museum of Art at Georgia-Pacific Center, One Midtown Plaza, the Gates Center for Computer Science, the Hillman Center for Future Generation Technologies at Carnegie Mellon University, the Yale University Health Services Building, and the Lulu Chow Wang Campus Center and Davis Garage at Wellesley College.

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