The Resource The Refurbishment Of New York's Lincoln Center, (streaming audio)

The Refurbishment Of New York's Lincoln Center, (streaming audio)

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The Refurbishment Of New York's Lincoln Center
Title
The Refurbishment Of New York's Lincoln Center
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Summary
Charles Renfro joined Diller and Scofidio, founded by Elizabeth Diller and Ricardo Scofidio, in 1997. Since Renfro became a partner in 2004, the firm has been known as Diller Scofidio + Renfro. The practice first gained attention for its site-specific, landscape and multi-media work, most notably the Blur Building, a pavilion at the 2002 Swiss Expo. It completed its first major building, the Institute of Contemporary Arts in Boston, in 2006. The renovation of the High Line, a formerly disused elevated railway line running along the west side of Manhattan, has become a much loved addition to the city since it opened in summer 2009. The second phase of the High Line opened in summer 2011. In this talk, Renfro discusses the firm's interventions at the Lincoln Center arts complex in Manhattan's Upper West Side. He discusses the strengths and weaknesses of the original campus, designed in the late 1950s and early 1960s by America's leading architects of the time, and outlines Diller Scofidio + Renfro's approach to the refurbishment. He details the various phases of the project, which include opening up the Julliard music school and the Alice Tully concert hall, reworking Dan Kiley's landscape scheme for the North Plaza, and re-energising the Lincoln Center's front entrance, Robertson Plaza
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non fiction
Label
The Refurbishment Of New York's Lincoln Center, (streaming audio)
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Publication
Note
2011
Extent
38
Label
The Refurbishment Of New York's Lincoln Center, (streaming audio)
Publication
Note
2011
Extent
38

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